posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 09:59 AM
What matters to me is not what the media company reported, nor the author's demonstrated penchant for being less than journalistic, nor the editorial
process which placed this article when and how it did.
What concerns me is why now? Are they STILL concerned about the 'movement' that Dr. Paul is trying to start? They media-massaged reality and made
him an untenable candidate; they misrepresented his positions, the created a narrative to support their ken-doll candidate and then they ignored
him... and STILL this stream of stuff comes out under such inflammatory headlines?
Why? To what end?
I suppose we can only enter into conjecture about it. I wonder if they are concerned about exactly how much they will have to manipulate the
election to prove that conservative "Americans" don't want Paul in the mix. They continue to attempt to tell us "what we think." You have to love
Madison Avenue social engineering for it's presumptuous hubris.
If he spent the last decades bleeding two or three thousand dollars from the tax-paying crowd I have to say - this must be a man with no ambition.
Nearly every other politician comes away from office 500% richer than when they went in... evidently, the meagerness of Paul's "corruption" is an
insult to the club.
I wonder when the next hit piece will come out saying that Paul is a racist and white supremest.... you have to know that will be next... it's the
only issue that half the voting public is afraid to even ponder...
Since many USA Today readers consider a list of headlines as "news" I'm sure the intended audience will walk away thinking that Ron Paul is another
edit on 13-9-2012 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)