Media Blackout of Ron Paul

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Media Blackout of Ron Paul
May 16, 2007 by David J. Heinrich

Ron Paul Amazing “What If?” Speech

Before MSNBC deletes these reader comments, I’m posting them here (MSNBC doesn’t have copyright over other’s comments). The following is an exhaustive listing of all of the comments up to the point of this posting. Despite winning MSNBC’s own polls, and winning Fox News’ listener polls, Ron Paul has been blacked out. It seems pretty clear that the way the nomination system works, and the way the mainstream media works, is to make it impossible for anyone but the “favored candidates” to have a chance. See Ron Paul 2008 for a video of Ron Paul’s answers in the debate.not much of a story…just a comment really, if i didn’t know who ron paul was before reading this, i certainly wouldn’t know after…you dont even mention he’s running for president or that he is a current senator…
Roy, Denver, CO (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:24 PM)

So, based on what you read and heard, what is the “Ron Paul Revolution” all about?
Steve Dasbach, Falls Church, VA (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:36 PM)

Actually, he’s a current Representative.
Bill, Springfield, Oregon (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:38 PM)

Well, since the article was so short in details, here’s some of facts about Ron Paul: He has never voted to raise taxes. He has never voted for an unbalanced budget. He has never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership. He has never voted to raise congressional pay. He has never taken a government-paid junket. He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch. He voted against the Patriot Act. He voted against regulating the Internet. He voted against the Iraq war. He does not participate in the lucrative congressional pension program. He returns a portion of his annual congressional office budget to the U.S. treasury every year. Ron Paul is a representative of Congress from Texas’s 14th district. He is currently seeking the Republican party nomination for president.
Stephen, San Jose, CA (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:44 PM)

Ron Paul won your own viewer poll. Yet, you are barely are willing to acknowledge his existence! It’s disgusting – and obvious to viewers! It is also quite obvious to all of us that Ron Paul is not one of MSNBC’s “annointed” candidates. The hypocrisy you show is astonishing. Is MSNBC part of a free press? Nope! You are part of a “machine” press that wants to tell us what to think. And you make it so blatant it would be funny if it weren’t so repulsive. Now go do a story about Paris Hilton…. it’s about all you can muster.
JJH NewYork, NY (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:50 PM)

As a Congressman, Paul has: -Read the Patriot Act, and voted against it -Voted against going to war in Iraq -Wants to abolish the IRS -Wants to get rid of the Federal Income Tax Even today, individual income taxes account for only approximately one-third of federal revenue. Eliminating one-third of the proposed 2007 budget would still leave federal spending at roughly $1.8 trillion – a sum greater than the budget just 6 years ago in 2000! Does anyone seriously believe we could not find ways to cut spending back to 2000 levels?
Anthony, New York, NY (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:53 PM)

Ron Paul is a Republican representative from Texas who has never voted to raise taxes nor has he voted for an unbalanced budget. He voted against the Iraq War and the Patriot Act. Check him out, he’s a great candidate! The Ron Paul Revolution, in my understanding, is simply a group out promoting Dr. Paul and his message. Here’s his campaign website: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/
Matthew Peterson, Mobile, Alabama (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 4:54 PM)

“Ron Paul Revolution” isn’t actually endorsed by his campaign to the best of my knowledge. And I also would like to comment that it would be nice if you would actually mention who he is in the article.
John Mac, Hudsonville, Michigan (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:09 PM)

If you’re looking for info about Ron Paul Revolution you can find them on youtube. They have a bunch of videos. It’s great to see they were out there at the debate tonight
Jen, Chicago, Illinois (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:10 PM)

Ron Paul is the only congressman that keeps his oath of office. He returns money to Washington that he doesn’t need to spend in his district. He has turned down the lucritive congressional retirement. He has EARNED more respect than anyone who has graced the hill, but he gets NO respect from the media.
Flo Greenville, Ohio (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:31 PM)

You guys are actually reading MSNBC.com looking for *information*?!?!? That’s rich.
Rob, Binghampton, NY (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:45 PM)

OH MAN!!! I am so impressed by the people posting on here…they are really telling the truth! Whom knew that when you turn off mainstream media you could become a well informed patriot!!! Look this is the guy that will allow us to take our country back from the current administration whom has no interest in the american citizen but only corporations. Bottom line the government should work for the people not the other way around….wouldn’t be a democracy! He is willing to remove the IRS as it is an “ILLEGAL” entity!. Bring back Security to our Borders…correction Bring back the Republic and Security to our borders. For the brain-washed google NAFTA AND CAFTA … North American Empire…yup it’s coming with no say from you and I. Yes RON PAUL is against it! He will bring the troops home…I know we should keep them there until we win…although I don’t think GW knows what a good definition of victory is. (Soverign Nation with secuirty, army, and peace 2004 / no car bombs 2006 / less secualr violance 2007.) Most of all he is talking about building a stronger United States. Yea reminds of some GW’s propoganda right….right before shipping hundred of thousands of off-shore. No I don’t hate GW besides he’s not really in control anyway. Google Rockefeller…predicted 9/11 before it happened 11 months before it did…scare people to create endless war on terror! Not crazy talk…GOOGLE IT!! Watch out Venezuela is next!!
Roberto Gonzales (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:45 PM)

I am impressed with Congressman Ron Paul’s dedication to the US Constitution. I believe he would be the best President because he would restore peace, preserve our liberties, and enable real prosperity. He has my support.
George Whitfield, Seoul, Korea (absentee voter in Florida) (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:50 PM)

Ron Paul is featured in the movie “America: Freedom to Fascism”….you can watch it free on Google video….I’d love to see a Ron Paul/Dennis Kucinich 2008 ticket….they’d be unstoppable!…..Google videos: 9/11 Press for Truth, Loose Change 2nd Edition
911truthdotorg (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 5:56 PM)

Roberto Gonzales….right on, my man! The people in this country had better wake up to the fact that the fascists running this country right now are mass murderers. They made their “new Pearl Harbor” happen to give them the eternal green light to destroy The Constitution, our rights and ultimately, this country. We NEED someone like Ron Paul to help us undo the nightmare of these barbarians. But I fear that he will end up like Kennedy if he does get elected. JFK had signed Executive Orders to abolish the Federal Reserve and the CIA and a few months later they killed him. Ron Paul wants to do the same with the Federal Reserve and the IRS, not sure about the CIA. We need to help Ron Paul!!….Google videos: 9/11 Press for Truth, Loose Change 2nd Edition
911truthdotorg (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 6:20 PM)

Alright! Glad to hear about the activity on the ground.
iRonPaul.com (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 6:51 PM)

Name another politician who refuses to take a nickel of his fat Congressional pension and strictly abides by the Constitution. Ron Paul is the real slash big government deal. As for MSNBC’s deliberate censorship of the Paul campaign and his first-place finish in their own poll, it’s just proves they’re a modern version of the old Soviet-era Pravada.
Al Doyle, Oshkosh, WI (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:10 PM)

I wanted to come out there so bad! I learned about Ron Paul 3 months ago. There is no one else to vote for! He is such a statesman–even if you don’t agree w/ him on everything (how could you agree 100% w/ anybody?), there is no denying that this man speaks from his heart…and he speaks the truth.
Aaron, Bloomington, IN (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:26 PM)

RonPaulRevolution dot com and .org will provide you with a great deal of information. The most important of which is how you can make use of material provided by other individuals to start your own RonPaulRevolution near you without any permission slip from the government.
Ernest Hancock Phoenix, Arizona (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:32 PM)

Not only is Ron Paul the only real conservative running for president he is the only candidate that isnt a total corporate sellout. We need to get the disenfranchised Democrats and Rebublicans to realize this fact. The left right paradigm has held the country back for many years. We need to wake the citizenry up and it seems that there is a real chance to do that but Ron Paul supporters MUST get the word out. The MSM has proven its not going to do it. I think it is also important to stress getting back to the CONSTITUTION and the BILL of RIGHTS. No other candidate will touch those subjects. The people want to hear about it but until now havent had that choice. Now we all have a real canididate to vote for! Vote Ron Paul 2008 http://www.ronpaul2008.com DONATE what you can!
Jason Virginia (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:33 PM)

Congressman Paul a major candidate tonight. Anyone who pays attention can practically feel the oceanic swell of his suporters, national as well as international. Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and John Locke would be proud! Godspeed to you, Dr. Paul!
Antony, Hopkins, Minnesota (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:35 PM)

Actually Ron Paul voted against the USA PATRIOT ACT because he couldn’t read it. Nobody did. That was his first objection, as he so stated on the floor at the time … the legislation they were voting on was unavailable for ANYONE other than the Speaker to read at the time. So your Congressman voted your rights away without even knowing, or obviously caring, what he was voting on if he voted for the PATRIOT ACT. Business as usual from the Washington Party.
Fascist Nation, Phoenix, AZ, USA (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:42 PM)

Ron Paul will have a chance only when you, the media, start reporting him. How can he poll high if the people —who’s job it is for you to inform— haven’t heard of him? How can he win if the people —who’s job it is for you to give unbiased coverage— are repetedly told he has no chance? The after-debate coverage of the May 3rd debate was a disgrace. While the paid talking-heads were opining about anyone but Paul, the public was voting him to the top of the GOP candidates. We choose our candidates, not the media!
JTaverner, AZ (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 7:45 PM)

The ‘Ron Paul Revolution’ is a grass roots campaign that started in Phoenix AZ and is now nation wide to promote Ron Paul for president. Instructions on how to be a part of it can be found here: ronpaulrevolution.com. Through this election, the MSM will be exposed for the censorship that they have imposed on the electoral process. I hope that this article is an attempt by MSNBC to save themselves by reaching out to the people. I welcome this and hope to see more.
Tom Westbrook, Mesa AZ (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 8:02 PM)

ronpaul2008.com Vote for Ron tonight on FOX by texting them R7 to 36988
NH4RonPaul (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 8:20 PM)

Thanks for the story MSNBC! There is a poll using your cellphone up on foxnew.com it is sort of complicated, so take your time.
Jones, Springfield, MO (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 8:23 PM)

Ron Paul is this country’s last hope – he really is. All the top tier people are bought and paid for and so is the bulk of the press. The more they try to ignore RP and pretend he doesn’t exist by simply making no mention of him, the more comical and obvious it becomes.
NickT, San Antonio, Texas (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 8:57 PM)

Ron Paul is the voice of americans that are tired of seeing their country and liberty being stolen or sold to global elites, tired of being kicked out of their homes so government can line their pockets off of the profits of a wealthy buisness owner.. tired of being presumed guilty before innocent and becoming the focus of unwarrented survellience and searches.. tired of their income being taxed and given to others in the form of healthcare, welfare or corporate subsidies. while the richest corporations in this country pay little or no taxes.. tired of fiat currency and the devaluation of the US dollar.. tired of our government lying to our face and policing the world.. tired of government backing corporate interests before that of its people and participating in the fleecing of common americans, such as enron&worldcom or the california energy crisis.. we need to look back to our constitution and what this country was founded upon because our government is guiding us to communism and away from our democratic republic..
john gomes, sacramento, ca (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 9:10 PM)

MSNBC WAKE UP!!! The people got to see a genuine candidate, who had something different to say FOR ONCE, and EVERY major newscorp ignores him! LOOK AT YOURSELVES
m jackson, portland,oregon (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 9:31 PM)

I’m watching the debate right now and they are not asking Ron Paul hardly any questions at all. Now they’re ignoring him on the stage!…Ron Paul is amazing!! He does not shrink from saying the “unpopular” thing. They just tried to trip him up with an Iraq question when he mentioned 9/11 and that schmuck Giuliani jumped down his throat and demanded he retract his statement. Ron didn’t do it….We need to get him in the White House!!….Google videos: 9/11 Press for Truth, Loose Change 2nd Edition
911truthdotorg (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 10:24 PM)

In response to tonight’s debate, I thought it worth mentioning that Giuliani’s attack on Ron Paul was cowardly and severely harmful to his standing in the Republican primary race. As a scholar of international relations, Ron Paul’s perspective was a regurgitation of the consensus on the causes of 9-11. Giuliani attacked him in an attempt to prey on the fears of the American people. Right now I’m going out to my car, removing the Giuliani 08 sticker, and replacing it with Ron Paul.
Joe Smith, Athens, Georgia (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 10:41 PM)

OMG! In the post debate Fox Noise spin, they’re crucifying Ron Paul for what he said…especially that fraud, Giuliani….If I was advising Ron Paul, I’d tell him to withdraw from the debates because they’re never going to give him a fair shot….Ron Paul needs to come out for 9/11 Truth…he knows it’s a lie!…. Google videos: 9/11 Press for Truth, Loose Change 2nd Edition
911truthdotorg (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 10:43 PM)

Ron Paul is the only Academic choice!!!!!
Dan Smith, Garland, NC (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 10:54 PM)

Ron Paul rebuttal to Giuliani’s political grandstanding was pure genius. However, when Giuliani asked ROn Paul to retract his statement….the audience cheered! Face it! The GOP has completely been hijacked by neocons
Justin Foard, San Jose, CA (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 10:55 PM)

Ron Paul OWNED tonight. Only the ignorant disagree that 9/11 was caused by blowback from American foreign policy. Ron Paul is America’s candidate. Visit http://www.ronpaul2008.com. Friend request him on myspace. Watch and vote positive on his youtubes. Now is the time for change in America, and the neo-cons have lost their opportunity. Long live true republicanism!
V, New York, NY (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:07 PM)

Ron Paul is an esteemed intellectual when it comes to American foreign policy. However, this hurts him in our dumped-down, foreign policy hubris infested society.
Justin Foard, San Jose, Ca (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:21 PM)

Ron Paul has my Vote..
Don – Channahon,IL (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:31 PM)

Ron Paul is leading the text message poll on Fox News. Can this be real? I host his campaign web site and traffic is way up, although not as much as after the first debate. Part of that may be due to the later timeslot. Did anyone else think Fox News set Ron up for Rudy to make his indignant (and ignorant) remark? It looked staged to me and as soon as the debate ended, Hannity and the other talking heads started talking about cutting Ron from future debates. Now they are interviewing everyone but Ron. Can you say “rigged game”?
Kent White (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:32 PM)

Ron Paul is currently placing first in the foxnews poll. He is the only civil libertarian that EITHER party is running. He is truly the only man running for the White House that will preserve what this nation stands for.
Matt Shroy, Greenville, SC (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:33 PM)

watch America:Freedom to Fascism on youtube that is your best introduction to Ron Paul and what he stands for. If you want more information go to thomas.org
Troy Lawrence, Byers, Colorado (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:35 PM)

Ron Paul in 2008! Show the media how they cannot spin and silence his views. He still wins the polls.
Jeff, Warwick, RI (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:37 PM)

Man, NeoSean really hates Ron Paul. He is such an ass when he is losing an argument. The post debate interview was priceless . . .
Kent White, Orlando, FL (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:45 PM)

Ron just owned Sean Hannity, and insisted on continuing the debate even after Hannity and Colmes attempted to break for commercial. RON PAUL WON TONIGHT.
V, New York, NY (Sent Tuesday, May 15, 2007 11:47 PM)

they are right now trying to knock out ron paul micheal steel is a dum knuckle head. ron paul won romeny
ferl ball (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:08 AM)

It’s sad to see that a so-called ‘news event’ was so clearly controlled to benefit just a few candidates. There was no clear attempt to give the American people a chance to see what each candidate had to say on a given question. How about a debate that’s truly fair to all parties involved. One where the same questions is posed to ALL participants, and ALL participants get equal time to respond. Dr. Paul certainly deserves that much (actually more) based on his un-wavering many years of service to the American people, with such a high-level of integrity in the face of so much opposition and propaganda. Not to mention the fact that he’s probably smarter in the area of foreign policy than the sum total of all the candidates combined. To assume that the American people are now too stupid to see a blatant censorship like that which happened tonight on Fox is to assume that all is lost here in America. Thank God for the internet, the one and only last resort for FREE SPEECH for the American people. America – for your children’s sake, PLEASE WAKE UP.
Bill Kosloskey, Petoskey MI (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:10 AM)

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul has my vote. Thank God he has the integrity to stand his ground and defend this nation, our forefathers and the United States Constitution.
Jim Theriault, Sarasota FL (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:14 AM)

It’s sad to see that a so-called ‘news event’ was so clearly controlled to benefit just a few candidates. There was no clear attempt to give the American people a chance to see what each candidate had to say on a given question. How about a debate that’s truly fair to all parties involved. One where the same questions is posed to ALL participants, and ALL participants get equal time to respond. Dr. Paul certainly deserves that much (actually more) based on his un-wavering many years of service to the American people, with such a high-level of integrity in the face of so much opposition and propaganda. Not to mention the fact that he’s probably smarter in the area of foreign policy than the sum total of all the candidates combined. To assume that the American people are now too stupid to see a blatant censorship like that which happened tonight on Fox is to assume that all is lost here in America. Thank God for the internet, the one and only last resort for FREE SPEECH for the American people. America – for your children’s sake, PLEASE WAKE UP.
Bill Kosloskey, Petoskey MI (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:15 AM)

MSNBC and Fox now have both spiked the news that Ron Paul won their republican presidential debates.
David (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:21 AM)

Tier 1, Tier 2, what a bunch of BS. Who is the media to tell me what to think, whatever happened to objective journalism?? Big media won’t deter from supporting Ron Paul and I would ask of them to please give him more airtime he deserves it, we deserve it, do it for the Republic!! We are not a democracy, we are a constitutionally limited Republic!!
benny benfari, briarwood, new york (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:22 AM)

Ron Paul tied with Romney for the winner of the fox cell poll after leading for nearly an hour. Hannity and some pollsters then call their own poll worthless because ‘there is no way Paul won that debate, no way.’ I can not describe how frustrated that makes me fell. I am an Iowan Republican and I support Ron Paul out of this current crop. If no one else comes into the race, I encourage all other Iowa Republicans to vote for him in the caucus. I hope the Libertarians and Democrats will help him in the caucus as well. Ron Paul is right for America. God Bless.
Matt, Dubuque, Iowa (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:26 AM)

Start covering this guy more. I’m going to tell everybody about him. I believe he is what the people want. Of course, he doesn’t fit into your agenda……..does he.
John Stump (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:28 AM)

Ron Paul is the only traditional conservative running for the Republican nomination.
Robert Moore, Huntsville, AL (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:30 AM)

Please donate to Ron Paul. If only five or ten dollars, it all helps. I will be supporting him in the caucus state.
Matt, Dubuque, Iowa (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:36 AM)

Ron Paul proves that,the founding fathers vision of the country still ALIVE..RUN RON RUN
Michael , ventura , ca (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:43 AM)

Congressman Paul, I want to let you know that I am absolutely appalled at your misuse of our trust in your misrepresentation of yourself and your views when you ran for election in our district. You are completely aware that you ran on a strong military support stance, you know that we support the anti-terrorism war in Iraq, and you know that you are a charlatan in running under the cloak of strong conservative values. Now you embarrass us with you diatribes against our men and women’s efforts on national television. Shame on you and shame on your dishonesty to your constituents. I will work will all of my energy to recall your election to office on the grounds of misrepresentation and no confidence. I am embarrassed that you are from the State of Texas.
barbara sherrill, Alvin, TX (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:44 AM)

RON PAUL ROCKS! Period! GO RON GO!! He just won the FOX debate too! Take that Military Industrial Complex!!
AJ Severino, Parkville, MO (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:46 AM)

MSNBC, thank you for not censoring Ron Paul comments like abc.com does.
Tom Westbrook (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:47 AM)

I usually vote democrat, but I will vote for Ron Paul if the neocons don’t keep him from getting nominated. The republicans have a choice. Either nominate Ron Paul or possibly have a democrat in the white house.
Ryan Mann (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:56 AM)

Go, Ron, go!
B Iman, Chewelah, Wash. (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 12:57 AM)

If he doesn’t get the nominatation, we’ll just write him in. I’m not a republican by any means, but I’d vote for Ron Paul.
Jane, Southern Mississippi (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:00 AM)

Ron Paul is the only true republican presidential candidate. I had left the republican party and now, I’m going to register as a republican and vote for RON PAUL in the primary elections. RON PAUL is the only one, who actually voted against the Iraq War. Did Hilary or any of those other democrats? NO. RON PAUL is the only candidate that with enough experience and consistently voting with his princples and constitution in mind. RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT!!! THE RON PAUL REVOLUTION!!!!
Jacob, San Antonio, Texas (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:02 AM)

I wonder how long it will take the major news media to realize that they’re missing the boat as long as they portray Dr. Paul as some sort of abberation. He has always spoken his mind and his position is clear. How can the same be said for the other candidates? It just can’t. I will register as a Republican ONLY if Dr. Paul is on the primary ticket. Otherwise, it will be anyone who is NOT on the Republican ticket. No votes for drones for me!
Louie, Burleson, TX (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:07 AM)

Ron paul is an alright guy. He is a little more like that gravel fool on the democrat side, but at least he tells you the way it is. I disagree with him on Iraq, but other then that, he would make a good president. If the democrats are still in power if he gets elected, I think they will shut him down myself. I remember when he was running for congress against some liberal moron named Sneary. The folksy voice on the radio would tell everyone what this liberal moron’s position would be and how he would help destroy america. At the end of the ad, you would hear “there’s something lerry about that fellow sneary”. Of course Ron Paul won hands down. He is a good man, but there is something gravel-esque about him and that is why he probably won’t win. Still, it would be fun if he was running against Obama and he tried to do an ad like he did earlier, just have to find something to rhyme with Obama.
jerry/corpus christi texas (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:25 AM)

Paul is the ONLY consistently coherent, constitutionally-based candidate in the race. The other clowns on both sides are pandering to the lowest common denominataors, preying on the innocent, and are an insult to the average person’s intelligence. It’s AMAZING to see that people are responding so positively on this site….almost makes one believe there is still some hope.
Charlie, Arizona, USA (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:31 AM)

Awesome, I disagree with Paul on some of his social issues, but his view on foreign policy and the nature of government far outweighs my fears over his anti-abortion stance. The only sane choice is to vote for Paul. I am a liberal and will vote for him.
josh, new york, NY (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:43 AM)

Awesome, I disagree with Paul on some of his social issues, but his view on foreign policy and the nature of government far outweighs my fears over his anti-abortion stance. The only sane choice is to vote for Paul. I am a liberal and will vote for him.
josh, new york, NY (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 1:44 AM)

Dr. Ron Paul is the only candidate for President with the courage, integrity, intelligence, knowledge and voting record to get us out of this mess. The set up question on 911 proves the bias of Fox. Dr. Ron Paul won this debate as he won the first debate.
David Kay Snider, Mt Vernon, Oregon (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:02 AM)

I caught the debate end in the spin room with Hannity and Colms,live, watched the debate repeat, and then watched the spin room repeat (I’m in WA state). FOX NEWS CUT THE INTERVIEW WITH RON PAUL IN THE SPIN ROOM ON THE REPEAT!!!
E. J. “Ed” Pole II, Lacey, WA (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:09 AM)

I won’t complain that this short article doesn’t talk about who Ron Paul is. I take it as a sign that MSNBC reporters/bloggers think there’s no need to do so. Just like they wouldn’t need to explain who the other TOP candidates are. He did, after all, win all of their polls!
Pat Davis, Ava, Missouri (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:11 AM)

Ron Paul all day everyday. Class act.
Charles Pete (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:48 AM)

Words to describe Congressman Paul – Integrity, Statesman, Experienced, Reserved, Tenacious, Committed, Honest, Independent, Dedicated, Admired, Courageous, Solid, Unwavering, Sincere, Leader, Skilled, Diplomat, World Leader. Michigan For Ron Paul – 2008. WAKE UP AMERICA!!!!
Bill Kosloskey (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 2:50 AM)

Miss the debate? Learn about Ron Paul: http://www.tinyurl.com/yoagoh
John, Brooklyn, NY (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 3:35 AM)

Wow this news site did a disgrace by not even mentioning that he is running for president. I think the American big media companies are pretty much just like censored Communist media in Russia. What a disgrace. I am voting for Ron Paul if I get the chance and when I look to see how he is doing in the news, they don’t even hardly bother mentioning him.
Scooter Chanman (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 3:45 AM)

MSNBC is owned by people who make weapons of war. Ron Paul is not. It’s as simple as that.
Jeremiah Patoka, Austin Texas (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 4:33 AM)

Ron Paul was right about 911 and Rudy needs to shut-up and take some history lessons.
Jimmy Brown, Kingsport, TN (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 7:55 AM)

It doesn’t suprise me at all that Ron Paul is receiving no coverage. And of this morning, he has trounced all the others in MSNBC’s own poll. I’m sure that even this clear evidence isn’t enough to evn have his name mentioned. Paul supporters must persevere.
M. Gish (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 8:11 AM)

I just wanted to take a moment and thank MSNBC for not deleting our comments. It’s important to respect public opinion, even if you have no respect for yourself and your country. You do a great disservice to us all and the freedom of the press when you report stories like this one. With that said, we’re more than happy to pick up where you left off, provided you leave the comments without deleting them. By the way, if you want a story, you should consider investigating the deletion of comments on YouTube and Google Video.
Mark, Atlanta, GA (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 8:35 AM)

Ron Paul: finally a politician who will speak the truth courageously and articulately. Rudy Giuliani should be condemned not only for his cheap, opportunistic attack on Ron Paul, but also because of his sheer lack of knowledge WHY militant Islamists decided to attack the United States. If he would read the 1996 & 1998 fatwas issued by Bin Laden, he would KNOW: the attacks were in retaliation for American meddling in the Middle East.
Gene Trosper (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 8:54 AM)

Yes, our “mainstream media” is bought and paid for, kind of like Pro wrestling…it’s all for show. The good news is that more and more people are waking up to that fact everyday. The propaganda machine is destroying itself over Ron Paul. The Neocons are going down ! **********Ron Paul 2008**********
Cindy, Texas (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 9:14 AM)

Based on what I heard, Ron Paul didn’t justify the 9-11 terrorists’ attacks, he explained why Muslim extremists are targeting the United States. Thoughout history, empires have been attacked and challenged by disgruntled peasants and barbarians.
Stuart, Nashville, TN (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 9:33 AM)

Ron Paul made me proud last night. It cost his campaign 25,000 to enter that debate and I’m very glad I contributed so he could educate me, FoxNews viewers, and not least Guliani and Hannity. Great, great points about Lebanon, Iran and Iraq.
Karl P, Atlanta, GA (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 10:02 AM)

If you want to know more about Ron Paul, take a look at U.S. House Con. Res. No. 40 of the 110th Congress. You will see that he co-authored that piece of legislation, currently PARKED PURPOSEFULLY BY THE CORPORATE CONGRESS, in committee, never to see the light of day. But to know where America is right now, you need to read every word. Go get em Dr. Paul!!!!!!!!
Gary Conner, Dripping Springs Texas (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 10:17 AM)

Ron Paul won the Fox News poll after the debate. No mention. That just illustrates that the people don’t decide these matters, it’s a handful of elitist party bosses and media spinsters that do. I watched the debate. He never said 9/11 was America’s fault, yet that’s the spin. Very Soviet like. We’re watching a propaganda machine mobilizing to destroy Ron Paul before our eyes, proving that this political system is corrupt beyond repair.
larry blythe vinton, iowa (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 10:47 AM)

Rudy Guillani: I have never seen that commetn made at a Republican Presidential Debate. He’s right. The last time a comment was made like that(regarding entagnling alliances) was from Thomas Jefferson.
Mike, Pittsburgh (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 10:49 AM)

Ron Paul stood his ground in the South Carolina debate 5/15/07. He spoke the truth, and those who twisted his words can be found throughout big media. Listen to the entire set of debates if you want to know how threatened FOX and big reporters – as well as the favored candidates are – by Ron Paul. They want to silence him or freeze him out, or, failing that, mischaracterize him. Take a good look at Ron Paul. Listen to the man. Then ask yourself: what sort of person would be threatened by this man? A crook? A monster? A war profiteer? Someone who gets in the way of reindustrializing the United States? Oh. Yeah. Ron Paul for President 2008 if it takes bake sales and potato races make it happen.
Jo, Hampton, VA (Sent Wednesday, May 16, 2007 10:57 AM)

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Brett Celinski May 20, 2007 at 2:32 am
Why does Paul poll so low in national polls? I’d say a good 40% of the country has never heard of him.

But I think all publicity is good publicity for the Dr., and smear attempts seem to only empower his hardcore base (which is probably less than 10% to be rough as possible, and me included). Hell, he beat GIULIANI at his own game in the FOX viewer poll.

His numbers are up too, marginally, but proving my above point: his hardcore base (me included) call bullshit on the media.

We can’t just shout out people like Gabriel who make good points about the nature of polling and campaigning, which is sadly a big part of the dominance of political parties in the nation, something never implied in the Law of the Land (the Constitution).

Again, any publicity for Paul is good publicity. Either way he’s guaranteed to gain the support of antiwar libertarians and conservatives who haven’t heard of him before.

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Alberto Dietz May 20, 2007 at 3:59 am
Dr Ron Paul will be on CNN’s Late Edition (11am Eastern) today. I truly hope that during the next few months the whole world gets his messaage loud and clear, for the entire planet, not just America, badly needs a two-term Ron Paul in DC.

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carlos May 25, 2007 at 12:54 pm
as an anarcho- capitalist, i will never vote. i will never donate. and i will NEVER run for public office. gov’t is what we are struggling against. ron paul is a statist. ron paul is a republican. ron paul is a politician. there is no room for political thugs in an anarcho- capitalist society. history will look back at statists as barbarians. how many people died in the 20th century due to statist wars, goulags, etc? i think around 200 million was the body count. if ron paul wants to be part of that, fine. i want nothing to do with the man, whatever his intentions are. abolish all gov’t and let the freedom begin. the only way to eliminate corruption is through freedom of association and competition, two principles in direct opposition to gov’t.

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Samuel Medrano, MD May 27, 2007 at 11:12 pm
In Ron Paul you have the spirit of 1776. His ideas are explosive and a threat to the political elites of this country. By even permitting Ron, even a fraction of time in the debates they have let the cat out of the bag and have already lost.

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Tes Cummings June 20, 2007 at 12:25 am

Robert Brager spoke well. It no longer amazes me how close minded some of the people on the right are. It just saddens me. You people hate muslims and then look for any news clip, true or false, you can find to prove your point. Well let me tell you that if all of ME was christian, Israel would not exist today. (1) We in the west would be more considerate of Arab christian majority to hand over their land to our ashkenazi jews, and (2) we’d definitely not feel comfortable making war on christian masses regardless of how many Saddams there be, and (3) unlike muslims, Christians hate Jews for theological reasons, and while holocaust brought much shame to christians of the west, it never resonated with christians of the east. They felt no guilt. Their feelings towards Jews remain as they have for last 2000 years

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Randy E. June 22, 2007 at 2:05 pm
What the election comes down to is David Rockefeller vs Ron Paul.

The puppet master needs to step out from behind all that he and his cartel has under their realm of influence (generally capture through bribery/blackmail)and tell the world why he and his elitist Nazi’s should have the right to mold the future.

The entire population of the world needs to stand behind and beside Ron Paul to insure that the most insane of all peoples on this planet (Zionists) are what is wrong with life, they despise freedom and liberty and welcome slavery and corruption.

They are always both sides of every war and sheeple fall for it every time.

We need to stop using “their money” and get back to barter and even community-based currencies.

The current system is a rigged game that allows the Zionists to take control of industry, government and ultimately the people.

They way of offering this monopolized service goes against all but the elite and those they bring into their criminal organization by using the counterfeit (fractional reserve) monies to bribe and to blackmail and to buy-up the media and other essential services. Enough is enough.

If you want to end war, end Zionism, it is that simple. The true criminals are known and the ones who assist them are just as guilty.

Possibly the world’s people can offer amnesty to those who the Zionist are blackmailing and who do their bidding for fear of public condemnation for doing what they did that allowed the Zionists to have the control they have over these people in positions of power in the first place. Many are not supporting them through shared ideals, it is through fear and through intimidation. If all that they control through this manner decided to stop enabling them with their agenda, they would be only a few as their greed deters them from sharing the booty that they gain through criminal activity.

it comes down this, David Rockefeller vs Ron Paul or Slavery vs Freedom, take your pick but use your brain and your heart.

All races, religions and age groups of people who make up the US need to join together as the powers that currently be want nothing more then continued unrest, prejudice, violence & confusion all tied in with materialistic/superficial ideals which makes the people ignorant and asleep to the truth.

Stop hitting the snooze button, wake the @#$% UP!

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grassroots rob July 9, 2007 at 6:24 pm
Everyone I know, myself included, support ron paul, whether they watch faux news msnbc or any other baised paid off propaganda broadcast

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Marc January 31, 2008 at 10:16 pm
ok I was curious how much CNN let Ron Paul speak at the Simi Valley debate…
…..so I timed all the candidates

Romney> 29 minutes 56 seconds
McCain> 26 minutes 3 seconds
Huckabee> 16 minutes 5 seconds
Paul> 6 minutes 46 seconds

I may be off by seconds…hell even a minute or two….but it’s quite clear there is no fairness to this election from the media

http://blog.mises.org/6638/media-blackout-of-ron-paul/

The Amazingly Accurate Predictions of Ron Paul

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  1. BANNED VIDEO – RON PAUL Vs. the NEW WORLD ORDER ’08

    FEAR- CONTROL- CONTROL – FEAR!!

    2008

    CLEARLY RON PAUL CAN NEVER BECOME PRESIDENT WHILE THE TAIL WAGS THE DOG OF AMERIKA!

    Jesse Ventura battles a Jewish reporter on Fox
    this is a clip that is not often seen. Jesse makes easy work of this reporter, the reporter gets mad and walks off the set!!!

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