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Stephen Colbert Comes Out for Ron Paul

..... asked by Mika Brezenski on MSNBC's Morning Joe about who he likes, Colbert being funny initially says "Herman Cain" .... Mika then presses him asking who he likes that is still running and Colbert replies:

"Ron Paul"


...... utterly stunned, uncomfortable silence by the talking retard brigade .... no one knows what to say ....

Colbert proceeds to recover the pregnant pause by extolling Dr. Paul's consistency and virtues ....

Give the C man some DP love ....

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Herman Cain got over 500 votes

You don't think people really voted for Cobert. do you


Mika Brezenski

It always amuses me as to how Mika plays her role knowing full well what "Daddy" Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski and his NWO cronies are doing.

I bet she reports directly to him about how Ron Paul is doing. That is scary, because we know that Ron Paul is putting the fear into them.

Not really an endorsement...

He said Ron Paul was intellectually honest. I would say the same thing about Dennis Kucinich, but would I vote for him? Almost no chance. Maybe the title could be, "Colbert says a nice thing about Ron Paul." I don't think we need to go buy books or send nice email's to anyone and everyone who realizes Ron Paul is consistent. It doesn't take much to figure that out. I figured it out back when I was a neo-con. It's not that hard to see.

"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."-Samuel Adams

Not an endorsement but he

Not an endorsement but he said if he had to choose one it would be Ron Paul. So he's better then the other 3, that's for damn sure.

Commerce with all nations, alliance with none, should be our motto. - T. Jefferson rЭVO˩ution

"Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state wants to live at the expense of everyone.” - BASTIAT

I just saw that too...

... but it's "OK" Cavuto Apologized ;)

Ron Paul cut off during Fox interview

Did anyone just see what I saw?? Am I going crazy?? Just as Ron Paul was calling out the media on their blatant dismissal of him, they cut him off mid-sentence and went straight to commercial!!! WTF???!!!

egapele's picture

Okay so the percentages add up to well over 100 on their poll.

Please tell me that was part of the joke. Otherwise, what a bunch of morons.

It wasn't supposed to add up

It wasn't supposed to add up to 100%.

Watch the whole segment

It's really funny relieving point of view...This newt surge gave me a headache

Don't waste your time trying to be right, spend it trying to get better

Respect to Mr. Colbert for supporting the good doctor!!!

I don't know why that joke was so funny but it was haha... i salute Colbert for coming out for Ron Paul!!! Good to see people in the media finally finding their backbone and recognizing truth when its hitting them in the face!

We Are The Ronpaul R[̲̅ə̲̅٨̲̅٥̲̅٦̲̅]ution!!!


I can't believe anyone is taking this seriously at all.

In reality he's a big government Obama supporter.

"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."


Exactly the point...

....He's an Obama supporter, but yet he likes Ron Paul (his delivery here is sincere and not satirical---you just have to know Colbert a bit)

a lot of peoplewerei a

i too when i was a brain washed democrat/ obama supporter but never again. people are crossing over every day.

In reality

In reality, he showed support for Ron Paul when he said, "I like Ron Paul. I really do. I really do! I like Ron Paul. The guy is intellectually consistent"

In reality, the media would be looping this if he had said the same thing about any of the other candidates with the same tone he used, which was that of sincerity.

That Colbert blurs the lines between satire and reality is part of his genius, and what attracts progressive thinkers of all parties to him.


The eyes of the audience in

The eyes of the audience in the back of colbert when he say it, is priceless.




I would prefer..

You not calling SC voters at 3 in the fucking morning.


You say you're from "South Carolina for Romney"

"Would you send your sons and daughters to die for nation building?"
"Would you be willing to go further into debt to China for this?"

This could have been a bad

This could have been a bad thing in SC.

Newt Gingrich is Surging???????????

The Media is force feeding the CFR scumbag Newt Gingrich down the public's throat. How I really would love for Ron Paul to beat Newt Gingrich tomorrow, can it be done, how can America's vote for these obvious scumbags? I cannot explain it. Someone explain it to me please? I'd take Romney over Gingrich any day, he absolute scum, he looks like Jabba the Hutt. They've spun this devastating news for Gingrich into a positive, it boggles my mind the way they manipulate the sheep, as I sit in awe of their collective, hypnosis of the gullible mainstream American. God Help us all.

it is two tiered

The Public votes, and then the GOP votes in secret.

lol, thats why Paul was never

lol, thats why Paul was never in the "top" tier.

what if Colbert (Cain) gets Ron's votes

just watched a funny piece where Cobert said a vote for Cain is a vote for Cobert. He has made his point and I love what he has done to expose the Super (Secret) Pac. But I am concerned by how many people are going to vote for Cobert as a joke.


I doubt it..

I doubt it Ron Paul supporters know why they're voting for him, to vote for Colbert, who actually endorsed Ron Paul (no mention on the media though, they did highlight whatever he said about Newt which was actually an insult, but they spun it like it was a good humored joke for their CFR attack dog that has no chance of beating Obama in a general election) would be a wasted vote. Ron Paul supporters know this. Now if ho took votes from Romney or Newt that would be awesome.

What other choice did Colbert have? He is after all...

...an intelligent man.

"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

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Colbert want the Ron Paul

Colbert wants the Ron Paul bounce. (i.e. Kelly Clarkson, Ben Swann, etc.)


Yesterday 6 U.S. troops were killed in Afghanistan and today 4 French troops were killed and 15 wounded.

This news is being underplayed on CNN and the Huffington Post that usually puts news of U.S. casualties in Afghanistan on their Main Page and has it on their World News instead.

No doubt this news is being suppressed so that it doesn't provoke a surge for Ron Paul, the only anti-war candidate. This news might create a surge for Ron Paul and upset the results in an unpredictable way tomorrow. And the media can't have that!!!

I think we should go to the article on the U.S. helicopter tragedy in Afghanistan on the Huffington Post and comment there so that the article gets pushed to the Main Page.

haha RonPaulstilskin...

if you catch him and say his name (something the media won't do), then he has to show you how to turn fiat money into gold.... hahahaha

Somewhat related

in defense of the talking heads.

Frankly, the entire media is a bit perplexed by Dr. Ron Paul. And it's understandable. Older supporters of Ron Paul have likely learned about the philosophy of liberty over time, through not insignificant effort on their own. Many, from reading the works of Ayn Rand. They have devoted time and effort to learning those principles 'the hard way' so to speak - these ideas aren't taught in school, and likely what was taught was totally antithetical to the ideas of liberty, the supremacy of the individual, what Ayn Rand called rational egoism, and Austrian economics, among other things.

Younger followers are learning about these ideas thru Ron Paul - almost certainly, not thru their conventional educational process. Yes, they could be considered intellectual 'innocents' but the real test is, does it explain reality? are these ideas intellectually consistent and do they allow human beings to deal with reality in a way that their minds can grasp? The answer is yes, and that is a big part of Ron's real attraction, apart from his inherent likeability. He MAKES SENSE.

The talking heads are veterans, generally. But they've never taken on that intellectual challenge - to the ideological status quo. They might've heard about libertarianism - but they've never seen a living, breathing libertarian, especially in the form of a politician - one who is philosophically consistent, knowledgeable, and can demonstrate the superiority of his position through its connection to practical reality.

And they simply do not know what to make of his existence. They are generally flabbergasted and left speachless by it.