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Ron Paul: Santorum's record is "ATROCIOUS"

http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-ron-paul-cnn-sant...

It's a very good sign when major news outlets begin to cover the heart of the difference between Ron Paul and everyone else.

It's even better when they put Ron Paul's fighting words in their headlines.

For those of us supporting Ron Paul, it's obvious each of his opponents is "atrocious".

To date, this hasn't often been expressed in mainstream news coverage.

The video clip from today's Candy Crowley show was almost immediately picked-up by the Los Angeles Times and that major news organization added the very important point the Ron Paul campaign has been making all along: Ron Paul is the difference we demand!

Hopefully, this is a sign of better and MORE coverage to come.

The article has a byline and it's probably worthwhile to drop a note to the Times' author, Melanie Mason, and to the Los Angeles Times, giving them kudos for this accurate and good coverage.



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hehe

He shoulda said "disgusting" instead

What?

Acknowledging the odds were against his campaign accumulating enough delegates to win this spring, Paul predicted he would stay in the race well into the summer.

Then why all the hype about getting delegates?
Just to broker the convention?
That was kinda discouraging to read...

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

would like his complete

list of Santorum stuff so I can use as talking points. Anybody?

I mean from his union days to US Rep votes to Senate

is it in the PRINT edition?

We have to reach the offliners. Internet is already ours.

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the print edition isn't out yet

They haven't published a print edition yet; the video comes from a Sunday morning talk show and the Los Angeles Times won't print again until tomorrow morning.