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Washington Times - Demise of Ron Paul greatly exaggerated- Ron Paul will challenge Romney in Tampa

Nice article talking about Ron Paul delegates and recent win in Colorado.


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"In states like Maine,

"In states like Maine, Alaska, Minnesota and others, where Paul finished a close 2nd or at least did much better, he could win the final delegate counts by wide margins."


How do you like them apples?

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Inflection Point -

DP headline

DP headline correction:

Demise of Ron Paul's campaign greatly exaggerated.

As far as we know, Ron Paul's doing fine.


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Send this to drudge, including specific results from MN, CO

Along with anything else you can think of. I've been very disappointed with drudge over the last few weeks, NOTHING on the Paul campiagn that is good news. His Bias towards O'bomney is shameful.

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robot999's picture

I was interviewed

and named in this article by Tom. Very nice guy, and very professional. Great that we have some advocates like Tom and Ben Swan. BUT we do need more.

"Government is the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex". - Frank Zappa

these are just...

community blogs. The guy has written many good things about paul recently. (i think)

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Tom is much more than that. Tom

is us. Me, You, John and Sally, down the street.

The key is what Tom writes, is now being put into view by the MSM (lower forms) with true potential when the masses wake up and realize we are going to give their country back to them with all the RESPONSIBILITY that come with it. This will be the lesson of the lifetime. These days ahead are going to be quite exciting. I was born to be here at this time in history. Weren't you?

Good work TOM. Love your writing.


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Any one that write a pro Paul

Any one that write a pro Paul piece is pro Paul. That doesn't make them less lagitamate in any way. He is a journalist, and he supports us. No one who doesn't support us will ever write a pro Paul piece. So you, yea but he posts on Daily Paul, yea and John Stossel probably does too.

It absolutely *does* make them less legitimate

They told me so on FOX News

he is actually staff

Maybe it's me . . .

but when I see "Washington Times says", I'm thinking WASHINGTON TIMES, not one of us who happens to be "staff" for the "Communities" blog and an "independent voice."

If these posts wouldn't title themselves as being an authoritative post from the newspaper itself it wouldn't be so misleading and therefore irritating, especially at a time that we're all on edge looking for any ray of sunshine.

When I see, "Washington Times says: Blah, Blah, Blah," my first reaction is, "Wow, the Washington Times is reporting something positive I can share with my Facebook friends" but then I find out, no, it's one of us showing support for Dr. Paul.

I just think it's misleading.

Or, Look Right

He's also a regular here, on the DP, under "Daily Paul Features."

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