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NYT Claims "No One Can Remember" Ron Paul Candidacy, Declares It Over

The NYT wrote an idiotic piece today claiming that Ron Paul's campaign is over, and that "no one can remember" his candidacy. Stupid, but worth reading to see how bad the conversation has become:


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by Paul supporters.

I spend a fair amount of time on the NYT site and it can
get pretty lonely out there at times supporting Dr. Ron.
A fair number of posts get moderated out of existence, etc.

This lame article, though, must have set off something.. I have
never seen such an outpouring of support there for RP! (You
don't get the volume of comments on NYT that Yahoo or MSNBC
tend to generate - 500 or so is about as many as you'll ever see,
they tend to close comments fairly quickly)

Yesterday, they even had a moderately long regular news
article on the Paul campaign that was not a complete hit piece
- hard to know if there is any relationship between the two,
but it had been a while since there had been much more than
the occasional mention.

Don't know if we're talking trend here or anything, but as
much as this blog piece was negative crap, there are some
positives, to the situation, too.

Do run run, Ron!


This article is a poor rehash of the Bruni one, just focusing on Ron Paul rather than Gingrich.

The screams from the mass media are getting louder as they realise they have lost. While they desperately try to frame Romney as the fantasy winner Ron Paul is on track to win the real nomination and the Presidency. Just imagine the chagrin of all these desiccated parasites who have spent billions building media empires in order to brainwash the masses into voting the way they are told.

Now all they can hear is the echoes of their own lies rebounding from the ether while the real election is going off in the opposite direction leaving them in the detritus of their old columns and the flickering shadows of their fading irrelevance.

Goodbye mass media. Goodbye...

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)


The NYT article was mostly a "Goodbye Newt" article...
With just a throwaway line about Paul.

The IBTimes article covers a little more ground on other misguided calls for Ron Paul to drop out. Someone must really want Romney? (The MSM cheerleaders?) HAH!

If no one can remember RON PAUL, why are they writing about

him! ? Them liberal Obama backers are trying to make people believe Ron Paul was raptured, but he wasn't. Ron Paul is still working his way TOWARD THE WHITE HOUSE ! So New York conservatives, Liberterians, Independents, peace lovers, and Christians, REMEMBER to vote for RON PAUL !!!!

The NYT who?

Whos that ? Never heard of that paper. Sounds like something you wrap the trash with.

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you have been warned not to duplicate post

previously, stop.

"You underestimate the character of man." | "So be off now, and set about it." | Up for a game?

I apreciate your post,

but have no clue as to why you feel the need to post it 3 times in multiple forum sections. What gives, you think you'll get more views? If so, no matter what, people will see your post whether you only post once, or 3 times. Now someone will click on it if they find it interesting (the headline,) but posting multiple times does nothing but take up space.
LOL I see you have a history of this. And a similarity is you have only posted IBtimes articles.haha Good source, but has me wondering...

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James

I love the comments. They are

I love the comments. They are just completely dismissing the author of that drivel.

The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire. - Heinlein