Media suppress Ron Paul

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Media suppress Ron Paul
Wed, 08-31-2011 - 5:37pm

This is a totalitarian country. So there is no chance for Paul. He is there to cheat the public that US is democratic country. That's all. Though he is the most popular candidate, he will be suppressed.

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Who won the Republican Presidential Debate?


Active Cities : 6,965


Total Votes : 40,882

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Votes as of 03:09 PM, 08/14/11


FoxNews / Topix - You Decide


The media is trying REALLY hard to hide the fact that Ron Paul is a serious contender



Ron Paul wins a "Who Won the GOP Debate" poll in Fox News, and after seeing how Ron Paul won by a HUGE margin, Fox News decides to quickly erase it. Funny how all of the media sources, both liberal and conservative, are trying so hard to keep him under the rug. Here's the original Fox News poll: Iowa GOP Debate - Topix [40,000 votes, he got 24,000 of them... more than 4 times the guy in second place].

And these things are happening everywhere (meaning, Ron Paul getting a significant amount of support from both sides, and getting pushed off as insignificant.)

And here is the new one Fox started (Ron Paul STILL winning by a landslide): Who Won the GOP Debate? - Guess they'll have to erase this one as well.

What do Fox News, CNN, MSNBS, etc, and all these other garbage news sources have in common? They are all run by corporate interest!

Now on to MSNBC:

Once again, the Anti-Ron-Paul rhetoric is everywhere. Notice how MSNBC bolded out every republican candidate in the Iowa Straw Poll... except Ron Paul, as if he were last place or anywhere near there (Yes, they bolded out the last guy as well).

First Read - Bachmann wins Ames straw poll

These aren't just coincidence. Both sides are trying hard, real hard, to hide the fact that Ron Paul is a serious contended.

Open your eyes folks: These things are happening LEFT and RIGHT (meaning everywhere and from both liberal and conservative sources).

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Thu, 12-08-2011 - 7:31pm

Ron Paul Still Ignored - Jon Stewart Daily Show

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Fri, 12-23-2011 - 8:24pm
Though they let Ron Paul leads over other candidates in Iowa this time, it’s only a trick. When more and more people show their support to an honest politician that rarely seen these days, the rulers have to compromise a little bit. Otherwise the rigging and suppressing is too evident. However, Ron Paul has no chance because this country is controlled by the tyrants. They will have plots and tricks to rig the election. Watch and notice, you will see finally how corruptive this country is.

Just look at how 'successful' Ron Paul was against John McCain and Mitt Romney in his bid for the 2008 nomination. He led all kinds of gallup and straw polls, he even led the way in raising funds via internet campaigning...yet how much success did he have in securing the nomination?

You will have a president obedient to the rulers such like idiot Bush. Or an incompetent one like Obama. None will work for the people.
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Sat, 12-24-2011 - 2:10pm

Ron Paul does have some beliefs regarding foreign policy and economics with which I agree, but the quotes below make him way too crazy for me to support.They are from


Because federal hate crime laws criminalize thoughts, they are incompatible with a free society.

  • Unconstitutional Legislation Threatens Freedoms, May 7, 2007 [11]

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 gave the federal government unprecedented power over the hiring, employee relations, and customer service practices of every business in the country. The result was a massive violation of the rights of private property and contract, which are the bedrocks of free society. The federal government has no legitimate authority to infringe on the rights of private property owners to use their property as they please and to form (or not form) contracts with terms mutually agreeable to all parties.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 not only violated the Constitution and reduced individual liberty; it also failed to achieve its stated goals of promoting racial harmony and a color-blind society. 2004-07-03 speech to Congress opposing House resolution celebrating 40th anniversary of Civil Rights Act, quoted in "Civil Rights Act",

Having federal officials, whether judges, bureaucrats, or congressmen, impose a new definition of marriage on the people is an act of social engineering profoundly hostile to liberty. "Protecting Marriage From Judicial Tyranny",, 22 July 2004

The theory of the IRS is rather repugnant to me because the assumption is made that I, the government, owns 100% of your income and I permit you to keep 5%, 10% or 20%. You're vulnerable, you've sold out. The government can take 80% if they want, which they did at one time.

  • Candidates@Google interview, July 13, 2007 [74]

Chris Wallace: You talk a lot about the Constitution. You say Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid are all unconstitutional.
Ron Paul: Technically, they are. … There’s no authority [in the Constitution]. Article I, Section 8 doesn't say I can set up an insurance program for people. What part of the Constitution are you getting it from? The liberals are the ones who use this General Welfare Clause. … That is such an extreme liberal viewpoint that has been mistaught in our schools for so long and that's what we have to reverse — that very notion that you're presenting.
Chris Wallace: Congressman, it's not just a liberal view. It was the decision of the Supreme Court in 1937 when they said that Social Security was constitutional under Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution.
Ron Paul: And the Constitution and the courts said slavery was legal, too, and we had to reverse that. Fox News Sunday, 15 May 2011, quoted in Millhiser, Ian (15 May 2011), "Ron Paul Calls Social Security and Medicare Unconstitutional, Compares Them to ‘Slavery’", Think Progress, retrieved on 2011-08-28

On stem cell research
  • I think stem cell research is crucial. I think medically it has a great future. I think that the answers aren't in yet. Some people say it's absolutely the answer, and others say it's no good and don't do it. It's not known yet, and I'll tell you what: politicians and bureaucrats and the FDA don't know either, and I don't think that's where it should be determined. It should be determined in the marketplace. In Washington so far we only had two choices, either prohibit it or subsidize it. My position is that we shouldn't do either. It should be in the states to devise the rules and laws on what you can do and can't do. Though I'm very strong pro-life and the worst thing I can conceive of is manufacturing babies to be used for research, but as an obstetrician I've had on quite a few occasions to do a surgery on a woman with a pregnancy in the Fallopian tube. And, the fetus is small, and alive, and the heart is beating, but if you don't operate on him, the fetus dies and the patient dies, because a hemorrhage is a very very critical time for ectopic pregnancy. I don't see any reason why you can't use that fetal tissue for research.
    • Politico TV, May 2007 [99]
  • Jan Mickelson: One of my litmus test questions to find out what kind of thinking process a candidate has done on this, is to ask my test question. Test question is: do you think that Roe v. Wade is the law of land?
    Ron Paul: Well, they call it the law of the land, but I want to clarify that by getting rid of it......

We quadrupled the TSA, you know, and hired more people who look more suspicious to me than most Americans who are getting checked. Most of them, they just don't look very American to me. If I'd have been looking, they look suspicious.… I mean, a lot of them can't even speak English, hardly. Not that I'm accusing them of anything, but it's sort of ironic.

Add to the above, his early 1990s racist & homophobic newsletter that he now denies having ever seen, and it's hard for me to even give him credit for the few issues we agree on.


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Thu, 01-05-2012 - 8:21pm
The NDAA Repeals More Rights

by Rep. Ron Paul, December 28, 2011
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Fri, 01-06-2012 - 3:48pm

I did sign a petition requesting Obama to veto the NDAA bill; too bad he caved.


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Sat, 01-07-2012 - 10:51am

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Wed, 01-18-2012 - 9:26pm
tom.j.g wrote:

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Wed, 02-01-2012 - 6:23pm

They behaved like thieves.

Quote, 'Tonight's Iowa Vote Count To Take Place At Secret Location

Concerns about subversion grow after Republican strategist says GOP establishment will not allow Ron Paul to win
Paul Joseph Watson

Related: Republican Insider: GOP Establishment Planning To Subvert Iowa to Prevent Ron Paul WinTonight’s final vote tally for the Iowa caucuses will take place at a secret undisclosed location, an announcement that has stoked fears of vote fraud amongst Ron Paul supporters, concerns that were heightened following a Republican insider’s claim that the GOP establishment will not allow Paul to win.
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Wed, 02-01-2012 - 8:12pm

The GOP acting like thieves is never surprising - See Florida and Ohio in the 2000 Election that 'elected' Geoge W. Bush

~ SW

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Mon, 02-13-2012 - 9:55pm

Try to cheat people? 15% is what the meida give out to let you to believe. In fact, Ron should have been the leading candidate.

Here is the proof. People found Ron Paul is the most popular candidate in Internet. Because Internet is open place. Ron Paul got most support from military, that's can't be rigged because the donation is there.