NY Times all but ignores Ron Paul in debateSubmitted by SemperFi on Fri, 05/06/2011 - 07:59
"While candidates in presidential debates often need no introduction, the participants who filed onto the stage at the Peace Center for the Performing Arts offered an exception to that rule. There were two former governors, a member of Congress, a former senator and the former chief executive of a chain of pizza restaurants — all of whom round out the lower rung of an unsettled Republican field.
Tim Pawlenty, a former governor of Minnesota who was among the best-known of the candidates on hand,"
Lower rung Republicans? Pawlenty "best-known"????
Who died and made this staff writer of a dying newspaper the judge of viable Republican presidental candidates? Sheeeesh! Hurry up and go chapter 13, New York Times!