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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:20 PM
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Anybody see Ron Paul cutoff from a live feed in Iowa? He mentioned the federal reserve being ended and just like clockwork, they "lost the feed".

This was from cnn during wolf blitzes show
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by capone1
Anybody see Ron Paul cutoff from a live feed in Iowa? He mentioned the federal reserve being ended and just like clockwork, they "lost the feed".


Typical NWO owned pant wetting media.






posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:25 PM
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:25 PM
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HAHA I did see it!!! They also froze the frame making him look all weird as well. Ive never bought that much into the paul conspiracy, but that may indeed change



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Originally posted by AllUrChips
HAHA I did see it!!! They also froze the frame making him look all weird as well. Ive never bought that much into the paul conspiracy, but that may indeed change


It was uncanny. So cliche to what so many have said on this site before. Right on cue.



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:32 PM
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In all fairness, CNN just ran a great piece with paul and rand, and made up for the glitch. Im back to no conspairacy, they are still talking about him. Good for CNN. I love wolf blitzer



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:39 PM
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We dont really get in depth about it on british news and i havent really been following it but i do seems to feel there is a war against him,ie getting cut off just seems to be a bias against him??

Any american members able to provide alink or something cause i'd kinda like to see it better ??

A link to a manifesto****
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:39 PM
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Dont think this is just in the US that Dr Paul is being intentionally ignored. I happened to stroll into the lounge where the family we're watching the MSM newscast when they had a quick "borrowed" report from the states on the progress of the election campaign.

It was an AP (associated press) newscast and covered Romney, Gingrich, Bachman and Perry but not a single mention of Ron Paul. I was disgusted and whilst it may seem irrelevant what kiwis are being told I think it points to a worldwide attempt to keep Paul covered up. I went on to explain to my family about Paul and how much of a bunch of asshats the others were.



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:40 PM
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It's funny really. Why can't people see them squirm?

I saw some of that stuff when it happened. It's funny - they did it in 2008 too, but no one much noticed it - like he'd come in 2nd and they'd leave his name off a state's results.
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posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:41 PM
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There it is
Quite a large crowd to say the least

btw, Santorum's recent surge is highly suspicious
It's way too way out of nowhere
I cannot see that as normal



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 04:51 PM
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Well, at least Yahoo was giving him some positive press!

news.yahoo.com...


Tons of media there covering it and ALL the big network folks. They got there a day early to get ready for tomorrow.



Momentum is building and I getting so excited I almost can't stand it!










GO RON GO!!!!!!!



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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indeed...



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 11:38 PM
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btw, Santorum's recent surge is highly suspicious
It's way too way out of nowhere
I cannot see that as normal

I agree, but it's really Mitt Romney that gets me. I mean Santorum has spent a whole lot of time in Iowa, visited all the counties, and he does have appeal with social conservatives so maybe that explains some of it. But Romney has spent most all his time in New Hampshire up until the last few days where he came to Iowa with Gov. Christie and has been campaigning there since.
I don't live in Iowa but the way the media talks about that state it is one of those places where a candidate has to spent a lot of face time with his constituents, have boots on the ground, and Romney has only been slightly better at doing that than John Huntsman, who isn't even campaigning there. And to top that off Romney spent all that money to bomb their TV's with negative campaign ads about Newt Gingrich So how does he get tied at first with Ron Paul and Rick Santorum who have spent lots of time there? Just seems like a double standard to me.



posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 11:47 PM
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Originally posted by DevilsLettuce


I agree, but it's really Mitt Romney that gets me. I mean Santorum has spent a whole lot of time in Iowa, visited all the counties, and he does have appeal with social conservatives so maybe that explains some of it. But Romney has spent most all his time in New Hampshire up until the last few days where he came to Iowa with Gov. Christie and has been campaigning there since.
I don't live in Iowa but the way the media talks about that state it is one of those places where a candidate has to spent a lot of face time with his constituents, have boots on the ground, and Romney has only been slightly better at doing that than John Huntsman, who isn't even campaigning there. And to top that off Romney spent all that money to bomb their TV's with negative campaign ads about Newt Gingrich So how does he get tied at first with Ron Paul and Rick Santorum who have spent lots of time there? Just seems like a double standard to me.


We will find out tonight. I dont think that anyone is within 10 points of Paul. The results for polls that are put together just make it look close, so the sheeple that vote to win, will be less inclined for vote for Paul.
Again...this is my theory....and we will find out tonight.
Looking forward to it.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 01:25 AM
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They are claiming(MSM) that 41% of Iowa voters are "undecided". Really? This state gets credit all the time for how "thoughtful" it's voters are. So a couple days before, Iowans are to cast their votes and almost half are "undecided"???


How much thought have they actually put into it if they haven't made up their minds less than a week before they cast their vote?


If you have to hear the candidate in person a some hick-town in Iowa spew his(and her) talking points, just how well-informed are you?

I could show up and tell you the grass is greener if you vote for me or get you motivated to vote for me with some BS and that would convince these"thoughtful" voters? Give me a break!

If you don't know/or haven't checked the candidates out before a few weeks out, you're just another moron American who shouldn't be allowed to cast a ballot!! Go back to your Dancing With the Stars/American Idol/ Bachelor shows and let the real Americans decide who's best to run this country!!







Go Ron Go!!



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 03:34 AM
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Over here in the UK, SkyNews was saying that the order goes: Gingrich, Romney, Bachmann then said Paul, then right after saying Paul, started saying how the other candidates will only have a chance if they have deep pockets (what ever that means)

I tell you what America, i dont think our Pauls got a chance at winning the POTUS - We all know his odds at winning are better than any other's, but i honestly dont think its going to happen.

Your country is sheep following sheep and corrupt to a point that many just accept it.

If our media over here are lying to us, and we dont even have power to change to vote, then i think we're been conditioned into accepting their puppet leader, Gingrich or Romney.

Such a sad state if this happens - He was real hope


I feel like e-mailing SkyNews and asking why they are manipulating the true poll's state, but i wouldnt know how to word it and dont have much evidence to pauls real poll position


We should of been taking this action way before these polls, saying that we will expose them
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posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 03:48 AM
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Originally posted by freedom12
They are claiming(MSM) that 41% of Iowa voters are "undecided". Really? This state gets credit all the time for how "thoughtful" it's voters are. So a couple days before, Iowans are to cast their votes and almost half are "undecided"???


How much thought have they actually put into it if they haven't made up their minds less than a week before they cast their vote?


So in your mind a fast decision is directly related to a well thought out decision?

Seems a lot like backwards thinking you have going on there.





If you have to hear the candidate in person a some hick-town in Iowa spew his(and her) talking points, just how well-informed are you?


Well good to know just what you think of the Towns in Iowa.





I could show up and tell you the grass is greener if you vote for me or get you motivated to vote for me with some BS and that would convince these"thoughtful" voters? Give me a break!


Isn't this exactly what Ron Paul is doing in Iowa as well?




If you don't know/or haven't checked the candidates out before a few weeks out, you're just another moron American who shouldn't be allowed to cast a ballot!! Go back to your Dancing With the Stars/American Idol/ Bachelor shows and let the real Americans decide who's best to run this country!!


How very judgmental and also naive of you.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 04:09 AM
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Even the media in Australia tries not to mention Ron Paul.



posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 07:38 AM
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they just show a clip of ron paul here in holland
he was asking the audience if there was anyone from the fbi or the cia and a couple more
he then said ;no? good then were amongst friends
it was gold lol

i cant find the clip i mean YET online
but the first 30 seconds of this clip gets my point or ron pauls point across nicely to
he talks about the fbi spying on american people and so on
looks pretty old to


srry if it was a ltlle off top
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posted on Jan, 3 2012 @ 08:19 AM
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But Sky is owned by News International, that also owns Fox, of course they are only spewing out the garbage that they have been told to by Rupert and anyone who thinks different is sadly deluded.





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