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WOW RON PAUL ON MSNBC!

WOW, I AM SPEECHLESS! DID ANYONE ELSE SEE THAT NOW ON THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW?

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The best interview I have seen with Dr. Paul ever. It was perfect. I am speechless.
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Excuse me but she said

racist tea party.org and tried to connect Dr. Paul to that. Dr. Paul was great but is a terrible person trying to do the label crap.

"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."

Ive got to say....

This was Ron at his best i think. Very astute and clear in his message. It seemed by the end Rachel almost wanted to join our movement!!!

She is a total TOOL

watching her right now on letterman, total obamoid and shill like alot of people here said... sorry guys just another media shill

-Dylan

Her agenda is to divide the joke called the Republican Party...

She has no real inkling of the Philosophy of Liberty espoused by Dr. Paul.

Her only agenda is to support the Democratic Party.

Meanwhile Dr. Paul is TRYING to tell her that both parties are just 2 heads of the same beast.

If that were not true, the 2 parties would allow 3rd party candidates into the presidential debate speeches.

It's nice that Ron Paul was on her show but she is just a party hack with NO REAL LIBERTY AGENDA.

Can't fool me, but nice try.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

Of course she's respectful

Of course she's respectful while he's there.... he's only on to boost her sorry ratings. Not that I'm complaining about the interview or anything like that... just setting the record straight as to why he's getting treated that way. Maddow's smart enough to know that you can attract more flies with honey than vinegar.

That is our power and it gives Dr. Paul the ammo to stand back and launch bombs at the establishment.

Ta,

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This was a very good interview.

Every once in awhile the media surprise me and do the job they are supposed to do. This was Dr. Paul at his best. Thanks for posting.

Maddow gave Dr. Paul one of my favorite interviews, EVER!

She was totally straightforward and professional in the way her show brought Dr. Pauls' unwavering message of Liberty-above-all-else, to her audience.

Some have said that the Cheney questions sought to divide Republicans, but Paul agreed that it ought to, at least in the sense that Liberty, and neo-con goals and means, are always going to compete for Libertys' rightful eminence.

Dr. Pauls' usual, "comfortable in his own skin" approach, had an even more intense delivery that gave this interview an edge that I've seldom seen before.

I believe that past interviews had shown him that Maddow has always maintained an appropriate level of respect toward Dr Paul and his service record for Liberty.

The level of trust that was shown worked both ways and made this a fine example of when effective journalism meets one of the finest, articulate advocates for Liberty our Republic has.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Almost in tears...

... as she pays tribute to Ron Paul at the end... ah, what a man!

Plano TX

Maddow disclaimer

Dr. Paul carries himself and his message so well, that it makes it difficult for media folks to look good if they don't roll with him.

Bull Oh-Reallys' interview melt down with Dr. Paul comes to mind as an example of how it makes them look when they dis the good Doc. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7JPvbVsDdY

I've heard Rachael Maddow, at times, offer what I thought were some disappointing commentaries on various topics, but remembering some of my own fussy thinking about things that I've had to relearn, I watch for similar humility markers in folks when confronted by similar truths.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Using 'Corporatism', or 'Fascism' as Mussolini called it, would

get the Libs on our side. I don't understand why he doesn't make that connection, maybe Mr. Paul isn't aware of that connection himself.

You may want to check out the

You may want to check out the following: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J96KjkbNKvY&feature=related. He has spoke on this issue many times.

Ron should start using the word Corporatism

& give specific examples how they have taken over the GOV. & stomped on the Constitution.

He Nailed It

It was like watching a Barry Bonds home run, a high, deep, arching bomb sailing into the mist. You just stand and gape. Magnificent.

...

Minus the steroids, of course! :)

If I had a set of drums, I'd give you a rimshot!

that was great.

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

I agree. Best interview ever. Thanks for the post.

It appears as though RP has won Rachel over.

“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”― Henry David Thoreau

Snarky Rachel "Mad Cow".... foiled again!

The Obama-hoe couldn't get a fire started. Did you see Ron Paul 'transform' her ignorant, left vs. right, azz.
He was irresistable.

That was a good 'un.

That was a good 'un.

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"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it." -- Joseph Goebbels

Yes, yes, I KNOW how Rachel is....

But she allows (consistently) RP to talk to HER fans. And every time she lets him TALK.... and every time she smiles and nods.... WHO CARES what her motivation is. She gets him on the air to a whole new audience and allows him time to get his points across.

If RP only talks to his own followers we don't get anywhere! Singing to the choir only leads to stagnation. To have a great interview like this where he can talk to NEW PEOPLE is how we grow! So be HAPPY folks. This was GREAT advertising for RP and the cause of liberty!

Thomas Jefferson: “Indeed, I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His justice cannot sleep forever."

Viva La Revolucion!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmaTNf4YhEs

I'm with you -

and doesn't Ron just get better and better at taking their leading questions and bringing it around to the important subjects? It was a thing of beauty. It would be nice if it seemed like Rachel (and all the other intellectually limited MSM anchors) were actually listening to what he says - but no matter - there are millions of people out there hearing "Ron Paul. Ron Paul. Ron Paul." - and there he is laying it out for them with so much nobility and clarity. The thought of people thinking "Hey - who IS this guy? He's RIGHT!" (like all of us did at some point) is so exciting.

Rachel has always been

Rachel has always been respectful toward Ron Paul. She does listen. I do not agree with her on some issues, that said, I like her for the most part. We have many areas of agreement. Take moral issues for example, I have a lot of problems with folks self-rightously judging other people's morals where consenting adults are concerned.

We Ron Paul Republicans should look for opportunities to come together and work with folks like Rachel to regain our individual freedoms.

I agree that Rachel is respectful - and I appreciate that.

I also agree with you with respect to the rights of consenting adults, and working together to regain our freedoms. However, I'm not convinced she's listening to Ron Paul. And I don't approve of her characterization of tea parties as "racist".

I do not agree with her

I do not agree with her characterization of tea party participants as "racist". Charges of "racism" and "anti semitic" are used more often than not as show stoppers to derail honest debate. Rachael's actions are contradictory in that regard. For clarification, she has not labeled any tea party folks anti semitic to my knowledge.

email her, thanking her for

email her, thanking her for having Dr. Paul on, and just add that you think there are far fewer racists and the like at the tea parties then she imagines.

tell her that not to buy into the hype the that ranks of the tea party are filled with nut jobs.

most tea party goers are just angry citizens that are like most americans.

now a lot of them may be neocon sheeple, but that's a whole different problem.

the anti-obama neocon sheeple don't realize the scope of the problem, how far it goes back, who were the bad actors (hint they're evenly split between the parties), how THEY THEMSELVES were complicit in allowing it to get this far...

Cheney is a major Republican

Cheney is a major Republican player in the Neo-Con, globalist, New World Order crowd. If the Republican Party is ever going to become viable, they need to purge this element. Bush the Younger became the most unpopular president in the history of this nation because of his phony "War on Terrorism". The WOT is really an assault on the civil rights of the American people, allegedly to "protect" them from terrorism. It is the Neo-Con crowd that is responsible for the terrorist attacks we have suffered.

Continued intervention in Middle Eastern nations, bombing and invading them, and the use of torture has made us the most hated nation on the planet. These people are a more serious threat to us than the Middle Eastern terrorist. It is they who are destroying our freedom, and treating the American people as criminals and terrorists.

I give that two 'wows'

Very enjoyable.

The rise of Cheney is a

The rise of Cheney is a smokescreen...a diversion from their real candidate.

They know how much Cheney is linked to Bush...and they know that the people hate Bush. There is no way that some old, trigger-happy, Norad-stand-downing, bald, white Bush admin asshole will ever get anywhere near the public support as Obama.

So it was good that Ron Paul didn't bother with attacking Cheney directly. Personal fights with Cheney would only slow Paul down. Ditto for Lindsey.

However, these things might make for opportunities for open debates.

The young people? I thought

The young people?

I thought Ron Paulers were quite diverse.

Also, I don't give much credit to a movement that is based on young (inexperienced) people...and neither do most people. So even if this is true, it might be a mild scare tactic, but it isn't a good selling point.

It isn't a good scare tactic because the GOP knows all it has to do to win over young people is to wear them down as they have wave after wave of young people. They need to know that this 'revolution' is different.

Finally, I'd like to see an age poll on the DailyPaul.

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It is important to remember

It is important to remember that Revolutions usually begin with the ideals of those older and wiser filtering down to the youth, it is the youth that usually fight the ultimate battles of Revolution. There is indeed a revolutionary spirit growing in this country, it is rarely heard on the media, but it is there. The problem we now face is that the Radical Left (both Democratic and Republican) appear to be in control and the agenda is to deprive the people of everything they have worked so hard to enjoy under a fiat economy, then that Radical Left can easily implement the true agenda of massive, wide-spread government controls and the people, beat down by hardship, will willingly accept the type of "Change" Obama is really talking about.

At that time, the idea of a peaceful revolution on our part will change. Revolutions are not made with rose water!

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"We are not a nation, but a union, a confederacy of equal and sovereign States" John C. Calhoun

Enroll Young People

Political movements (revolutions) revolve through the population, starting, as he said, with "the young." The young get older, and more young follow, until, within 2-3 decades, we have revolved 180 degrees.

This is a marathon, not a sprint. The "young people" also go home and spread the word at Thanksgiving, enrolling their grandparents, and others.

I don't mind being called "young." (I'm 54)

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