Probably his best performance yet. Here are the highlights:
Posts Tagged ‘debate’
Matt Letten writes:
The first candidates name was Fredmitt McGiulihuck. This candidate is an advocate for bankruptcy, warrant-less wire tapping, and attacking nations with aggressive war. He believes in policing the world, and thinks fanatic Muslims hate us because of our freedom.
Candidate number two goes by the name Ron Paul. He is a 10 term Congressman from Texas. He is an advocate for freedom, peace, and prosperity. This man is well read and researched on America’s foreign policy, and believes in learning from history. He seeks to restore our standing with the world, and restore the civil liberties that Fredmitt McGiulihuck has been taking away.
It looks like Faux News will be holding a circle jerk for the fascists tonight. How can a bunch of thugs agreeing with one another be considered a debate? Better yet, how can anyone watching find it remotely interesting?
I received the following via email:
ABC was very biased against Ron Paul. Every time that he was talking instead of focusing the camera on him, they would focus the camera in any of the morons who was laughing or making faces about him, particularly Giuliani, Ronmey or McCain. Most of the time when Ron Paul was talking, one of the neocon lapdogs would rudely interrupt him and the moderator would do nothing about it.
Also, after the debate there was a segment where some of the political experts were asked everyone of them their opinion about how one of the candidates did at the debate; there was no one asked to give their opinion about Ron Paul.
ABC prefers to use soft bias, instead of hard bias as Faux News does.
Ron Paul won the debate by far. He is an honest man who is not afraid of speaking Truth to power. He did educate those other candidates who repeat nonsense as a broken record.
You displayed the Facebook Poll where Ron Paul was winning by far, but you failed to mention this fact.
This election is crucial for our survival, they represent the battle between the neocon barbarians and their controlled media versus the People and the Internet.
Jim Kozubek reports:
After being “uninvited” to participate in FOX’s debate Sunday night at St. Anselm College, Paul decided to purchase an hour-long television slot that evening, because “I can afford it.”
I just hope he times it correctly. Sunday night during prime-time would be ideal. Monday is Football and the Faux News fascism agreement session and the following “analysis”, Tuesday is the New Hampshire primary.
More info here.
The Los Angeles Times reports:
THE United States is at war in the Middle East and Central Asia, the economy is writhing like a snake with a broken back, oil prices are relentlessly climbing toward $100 a barrel and an increasing number of Americans just can’t afford to be sick with anything that won’t be treated with aspirin and bed rest.
So, when CNN brought the Republican presidential candidates together this week for what is loosely termed a “debate,” what did the country get but a discussion of immigration, Biblical inerrancy and the propriety of flying the Confederate flag?
In fact, this most recent debacle masquerading as a presidential debate raises serious questions about whether CNN is ethically or professionally suitable to play the political role the Democratic and Republican parties recently have conceded it.
Read the rest here.
Kurt Nimmo reports:
Desperation. It stinks of desperation. During the Republican debate, CNN once again attempted to derail the Ron Paul campaign. This time they ran the following lower third under Paul as he spoke:
“Will Ron Paul let America down by not running as an independent?”
Obviously, CNN wants Paul to run as an independent because he is blowing the other candidates off the stage and basically over-turning the political establishment apple cart. People are sick and tired of the “conservatives,” who are really establishment bootlickers and neocons, and want a sincere candidate, one that represents change and traditional constitutional values.