Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
I would not pee on chris wallace even if he was on fire.
Originally posted by Sek82
reply to post by TinfoilTP
You seem to have this all well figured out. But don't stop now, continue to enlighten us, please?
Originally posted by Ancient Champion
Originally posted by SaturnFX
Fox news is simply a full fledged marketing campaign for the GOP
also water is wet
Is anyone suprised?
Yeah and CNN is a marketing campaign for the liberal base, so whats your point?
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
Unfortunately, what Chris Wallace said is very likely true. If Paul wins in Iowa, the GOP will discredit Iowa because they DON'T want Paul as their candidate.
I don't know why you blame Wallace for stating the truth...
Originally posted by Algernonsmouse
reply to post by this_is_who_we_are
Cool, you tell me why his win in Iowa will matter.
Please be realistic about this.
Originally posted by freakjive
Okay, first Rachel Maddow covered it in her show last night.
On Monday night’s The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC’s liberal politics host examined the strange Republican primaries of Iowa and Minnesota, concluding that Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) has actually won both states, or at least tied for first place. “Perhaps the most off-script thing that has happened on the Republican side… Is that I think Ron Paul has just won Iowa,” Maddow said, referencing the badly mangled January primary election. “Uh, seriously. This weekend.”
Let's not forget Minnesota either:
A similar thing happened in Minnesota, she added — albeit, without the chaotic returns. “With half of [Minnesota's 40 delegates] locked up, Ron Paul cannot come in worst than first,” Maddow said. “And it should be noted, he warned us this was going to happen.”
Now we have the reluctant coverage on Fox:
From the video description:
Notice how they're trying to spin the story in a way that suggest that Ron Paul might not win Iowa. The truth is, there is no way that he can't win Iowa. Worst case scenario, he will be tied for first.
This scenario will only happen if former Santorum supporters move over to Mitt Romney. The chances of this are slim, especially since Ron Paul now has the evangelical support that used to be Santorums.
We had been awfully quiet on this board until the last week or so in regards to Paul threads. I was afraid that the movement was dying. Well, it's really just getting started.
Cue the shills...
Ron Paul still in the race...
Ron Paul won Minnesota
Ron Paul IS BEATING Romney!edit on 4/24/2012 by freakjive because: (no reason given)