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Anyone notice the all out attack on Ron Paul this morning by the Washington Post?

If you need proof that Ron Paul did really well at the debates last night, simply google his name and look at the news section. There are at least 2 separate articles all written by the Washington Post and even more picked up by other papers and media outlets all trying to bring up the Newsletters again.

I see this as somewhat good news, we have them scared to death! They saw the CNN Debate and the amazing support we showed outside the debate before it started. I've never seen any other candidate get that type of support from their fans.

Also make sure to vote in the poll as he is currently running a distant second to Romney.

PS-> I removed the links to not give the dirtbags more help in search rankings.

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Newsletters get more ink

than assassination, and indefinite detention without trial, of American citizens. More ink than civilians -- little children -- murdered by drones. These presstitutes spend more time digging up dirt on Ron Paul's newsletters than they do investigating the recipients of TARP bailouts and the campaign contributions to Obama, Romney and Gingrich.

These newsletter passages have NO bearing on this election. Ron Paul's voting record, and his record of public speeches and writings, speak for themselves. I don't believe that Ron Paul harbors racist opinions, but even if I thought otherwise, it would not change my view that he is the best candidate running for President. What matters is that he adheres to the Constitution. I don't care what he thinks of rioting blacks in L.A., whether he prefers boxers or briefs, or what his favorite flavor of ice cream is. All of that is irrelevant to his duties as President.

If these thought-police "progressives" are really worried about genuinely destructive racism, they need look no further than the wars -- on drugs, and Muslim countries. But of course, those fall under the heading of "public policy," and are both enthusiastically supported by The One.

Me, I'll take the guy who published some un-PC comments in a newsletter but steadfastly opposes the war and police state over the guy who regularly incinerates and maims children and adults alike -- and his sycophants who treat those people's lives as being so worthless as to not warrant a mention, because they're too busy smearing Ron Paul.

time to start calling

these shows en masse and bring up the tough fight that the GOP has ahead of it in trying to eject the neo-cons and their influence from the party.

For example:

"Hi Rush. I'm worried about the future of the GOP...we have to get these neo-cons out of the party, they're destroying the traditional Republican message!"


"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

The Conspirator

You know what makes me sad? I recently saw that movie "The Conspirator". It was a pretty decent movie and Frederick Aiken was defending Mary Surrat to receive her constitutional rights to a proper trial. Aiken went on to create the Washington Post after the trial, I think he would be turning in his grave, seeing what his paper now stands for and how it reports.

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.

I wholeheartedly agree.

That was a sad and frustrating movie. I didn't know the history, but the story is all too familiar. Great performance by Robyn Wright.

As the old saying goes, you

As the old saying goes, you know you're over the target when you start taking the flak.

Don't get mad -- just realize how hilarious it is to listen to the desperate cries of a deservedly dying power structure.

These people are going down and they know it.

Rush Limbaugh

brought up the newsletters today on his show, and lied outright by saying that Ron Paul's denial of them was false, and that he absolutely was aware of them and even agreed with them. And that they were RACIST, with a very pregnant pause, and particularly accentuated pronunciation of the word "RACIST", spoken louder than the rest of the sentence. It was clearly an intended hit.

Of course, this was in between Rush's continuous advocacy rants for Newt and Frothy. And also an occasional defense of Romney. Adding up to a "Rush policy" of advocating anybody but Ron Paul, in keeping with the official establishment position. He even had a caller who referred to "the 3 candidates" as if Ron Paul didn't even exist.

Rush is really over the edge now. The only other comment he made about RP today was that RP was playing comedian last night. He had his comedian hat on for this debate. Since he knows he isn't going to win, he could let it all hang out.
Those may not have been exact words, but it was pretty close to that.

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Who reads the

Washington post? Tabloid papers have more accurate information.

Yeah, they're even skewing the comments this time

800+ comments in a few hours? All of the "most recommended" votes are for anti-Paul comments, which just doesn't ever happen. They are self-spamming their own articles.

How sad and desperate. I say, just leave them alone and let them wallow.



It's all coming from the

It's all coming from the FED.

Jack Welch is the biggest tip-off.



Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul