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WoW! Check this Out! The Hill op-ed is saying Ron Paul is now Romney's Poodle!

Well, now I've seen everything! The press has lowered themselves to allowing Ron Paul to be called Mitt Romney's poodle! OMG!!! On the op-ed, Brent B. is blathering on and on how Ron Paul is Romney's poodle. I think he was trying to say that Ron Paul was Romney's b!!!!!@, but did it in this format to get away with it. The fact that this poorly written article was actually published by the Hill shows that anybody should be able to be published. So, how about it RP supporters. I know that we are viewed as poisonous to those on "the Hill", but why not write an op-ed. Evidently anybody can do this. Anybody with great writing skills out there?

Here's the Poodle article:

Here's the link to writing the Hill's op-ed:


Bump this today - maybe we can become leading writers of the Hill's OP-ED! OMG!!!!! We can also read about Brent below and even contact him - please be civil, you know how they like to inflate anything we do!

About the Author of this op-ed

Brent Budowsky served as Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Lloyd Bentsen, responsible for commerce and intelligence matters, including one of the core drafters of the CIA Identities Law. Served as Legislative Director to Congressman Bill Alexander, then Chief Deputy Whip, House of Representatives. Currently a member of the International Advisory Council of the Intelligence Summit. Left government in 1990 for marketing and public affairs business including major corporate entertainment and talent management.

He can be reached at brentbbi@webtv.net.

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That guy got roasted in the

That guy got roasted in the comments section! Good work!

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saying that Romney is worse than all of the other conservative candidates, meaning romney is worse than newt and romney is worse than santorum. If you think Romney is nicer or more diplomatic or more pleasing or a cut above any of the other conservative candidates, then you give the author Brent and the hill ammunition.

No Paul delegates to Romney.


Thanks for the comments!

You know I liked that comment about Romney being Goldman Sach's bjjjj99! How funny! Well, obviously the media is desperate to put Ron Paul on par with Romney's poodle. Perhaps we should thank him for showing total desperation! Anybody that wants to write an op-ed though, why not!!!



Another day, another doltish, uninformed, emotionally driven rambling by Budowsky. The only thing this article made me think was..."I wonder if this guy actually gets paid for this stuff, and if so...how much?

What also strikes me is some assumption that Ron Paul's supporters are somehow a block vote just waiting for Dr. Paul to say the name Romney. This is probably the most laughingly stupid meme that the MSM passes forth amongst themselves.

Those who think this even remotely possible haven't been paying attention to the level of emotion and commitment that Paul's supporters bring to the game, and are completely out of touch with what is going on. Paul couldn't possibly change the facts as they now exist, that he has single-handedly, by representing the "thoughts" of his following, killed the GOP...for good.

He couldn't change this now any more than a world renown surgeon could have saved Marie Antoinette immediately after her date with Msr. Guillotine. And expecting his supporters to do so on his word, is like expecting the mob of Paris to propose a chip-in to build Louie XVI a new palace.

That someone would even entertain the thought that Dr. Paul's supporters would roll over for the nominee of a Party that has acted, at EVERY turn, to marginalize, disenfranchise and defraud them is well....something that a Budowsky would think and therefore ridiculously stupid.

Life-long Republican...no more.

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

He asks "Which is worse?"

My reply:

Which is worse - A Democrat who receives campaign contributions from Goldman Sachs or a Republican who receives campaign contributions from Goldman Sachs?

Brent sounds like yet another

Brent sounds like yet another poodle of the establishment.

Stop feeding the propaganda machine. Turn off your TV.

How do I lower my IQ so I can be published by The Hill?

I can right good. As long as I don't loose my sanity.



You can't get clean in a dirty bathtub.

XD You could try watching Fox


You could try watching Fox News and CNN 24 hours a day for the next week. That ought to get you there.

Stop feeding the propaganda machine. Turn off your TV.


he's getting BUTCHERED in the comments

The establishment controls both right and left.

So, they use the media mouthpieces from both sides to smear Ron Paul.

The media is part of the establishment. That's why they are treating us like they do.

What we are doing is WAY bigger than running for president.
This is a challenge to the entire establishment, and they don't like it.

This article makes no clear

This article makes no clear points against Ron, is poorly written, and..well..it makes so little sense that "rebutting" it is virtually impossible.

Someone should write..

an op-ed about Romney being Goldman Sach's Bi***.

Brent feels jilted

Brent was a rare booster for Paul last fall, then turned sour after he realized Paul wasn't going to be a liberal trojan horse in the GOP and parrot the Obama campaign line against Romney. In fact, he is absolutely furious now that he thinks Paul may actually be helping Romney.

I forgot, BUMP!


"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

Ye-ah we got good writers

take a look at DP Features! Hope they see this! I know Robin loves to write. His main domain is Huffpo.

"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina

Bumping with new info

check out Brent's work history! WoW! Hmmmmmm.......



We need good writers!