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Budowsky: MSM like Pravda when it comes to Ron Paul

Over the weekend Ron Paul won a big victory in the California straw poll, leaving Mitt Romney and Rick Perry in the dust. And polls are starting to show Paul in third place, though many media covering the campaign, imitating Pravda under the Soviets, ignore Ron Paul in their insistence the Republican contest is a two-person race.

The issue here is not merely Ron Paul, who has earned far more respectful coverage than he has ever received. It is the Pravda-like herd of insider media who believe some candidates (like Donald Trump and Rick Perry) should be treated with media festivals, while others (like Ron Paul) are treated like the Soviet dissidents who disappeared into the gulag during the Cold War, and were treated by the Soviets as though they did not exist.


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Being On the Right Side of History: Psalm 46:10

Drudge should host a presidential debate.

More people pay attention to Drudge than MSNBC. Drudge should host a presidential debate.

Paul ante portas.

Thanks for posting!

Thanks for posting!

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Ron Paul would do more good

Ron Paul would do more good for the average citizen and small business owner and self employed people in america than any other candidate. Lowering regulations would help individuals start businesses and grow their small business.

which would also make competition in business more fierce, which usually leads to a lower price and a better product. a la the free market.

problem is: individuals and small businesses don't own these major networks.

that's why I believe it is part of the media's agenda - to help keep the big boys on top, who are already on top (with who the media are all owned my - the conglomerates).