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John Stossel: Presidential Campaign Media Coverage And How It’s Manipulated

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Has is Occurred

to anyone just how much work and effort RON PAUL put in while he was on the road? He is in his 70's to boot! Geez, talk about HEALTHCARE!


Cutting off Barack

Obama at the end was priceless.

Good editing!

not front page worthy


"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy." -- James Madison

I watched the whole 40 minute

I watched the whole 40 minute special... pretty interesting . On one hand, its very scary and sad that it actually has these people laughing and making fun of how much of a gimmick the entire system is. On the other hand, it illustrates how the American public feed on this sort of behavior and why they would reject someone like Ron Paul. He is too real and doesn't fit the "mold", therefore, any positive things he says automatically don't register because his eyebrows are a little too shaggy and his suit is a tad too long.

Thats why we're the future and need to be the generation to change this... make political campaigns about issues not this superficial garbage.

Their motto is "Dont Tread On Me"...

That was kind of BS

John Stossel knows better than to say that the media doesn't keep secrets for the candidates or cover up is ridiculous. If the media really wanted to smear the candidates they could just talk about how similar Mitt Romney is to Obama or how many new conflicts Obama has gotten us involved in or the assassination of US citizens.. It is almost a slap in the face that a "libertarian" reporter would defend the modern media's coverage of presidential candidates.


He's experiencing Stockholm Syndrome from being at FAUX too long.

He Also Had A Strange Anti-Conspiracy Piece


Still, Stossel is a full-fledged, authentic libertarian.

"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard