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I still refuse to watch Faux

I still refuse to watch Faux news. Actually don't watch much of any MSM none news these days.

Please always include the article.

Thanks to the first person who commented that copied the article for us.

This article was posted on DP yesterday. Additionally, this isn't a Faux News article.. it's AP.

Fox is filled with rejects that don't know squat about journalism. Would you really expect them to come up with that story on their own?


I think we have hurt Faux's numbers and they see themselves being exposed as a bs news source. I aint cutting them any slack. They have MUCH tp prove to this campaign yet. Don't go pouring accolades all over them just yet. THe last thing we want to do is give them any validation from the RP camp.

They are like a battering husband. BAMO...oh, I'm sorry, come here...BAMO...oh, I shouldn't have done that, come here, I really do like you...BAMO...etc.

CNN already does it to us.

Same with Tucker...How many times does that guy have to burn us for some of you to understand he's a jerk and NOT RP friendly.

Don't get cozy with any of these asses yet, they are very shrewed. Pardon my skepticism, I've gotten this way from being in this campaign and it has served me well.

Here's the article, so we can keep the hits down

KENNER, La. — Ron Paul, a Republican presidential contender and Texas congressman, said Monday that the Federal Reserve is to blame for the country’s weakening economy.

Paul highlighted his economic remedies — abolishing the federal income tax and returning to the gold standard, among them — on a three-city tour of Louisiana.

The libertarian-minded Paul was the only candidate to visit Louisiana on the eve of the state’s Republican caucuses Tuesday. The caucuses are an intermediary step in picking a favorite candidate. A presidential primary will take place on Feb. 9 and a state convention will convene on Feb. 16.

Paul blamed the Federal Reserve for the current economic conditions; stock markets worldwide fell Monday after Wall Street declined last week. On his Web site, he said the Fed has taken the United States “into a terrible crisis.”
Paul told an overflow crowd at a suburban New Orleans hotel Monday that the Fed has allowed the dollar to weaken, which in turn, he said, has hurt the middle class and led to inflation.

“I would enjoy being the next president to get rid of our central bank,” he told supporters. The crowd gave him a raucous welcome, chanting at one point, “Who dat? Who dat say they’re gonna beat Ron Paul?” — a riff on a popular football chant for the New Orleans Saints.

Paul, on his Web site Monday, said the economic policies of his opponents are based on ill-advised “print-and-spend” theories. He added that he would cure the economic crisis by ending the “hyper-expensive, hyper-dangerous empire all around the globe.”

Paul is a 10-term congressman from southeast Texas whose campaign differs on many points from most of his Republican rivals. He opposes the Iraq war and the death penalty, for instance, and votes against military appropriations.
He would also like to abolish the Education Department, Energy Department and Internal Revenue Service. He is against abortion and gun control.

In Nevada, Paul was a distant second to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. Still, Paul called Nevada “a shot in the arm” and pledged to keep campaigning “all the way through a brokered convention.”

As of late, Paul has been raising hefty sums, pulling in about $20 million in the last quarter of 2007, according to his campaign.

He’s been running an Internet-driven campaign, trying to appeal to and excite younger and libertarian-minded voters. Monday marked another so-called “Money Bomb,” in which his campaign aims to raise as much money online as possible in one day.

good idea


ooh nice article

some caustic anti-paul comments tho lol- no pain no gain- i think we're getting somewhere.

Am I in the Twilight Zone?

Does this mean FOX will show RP in the next pie chart and maybe actually say his name on air once or twice?

I'll Never Know BECAUSE I Never Watch Faux News

Vote RON PAUL 2008

Vote RON PAUL 2008


I'll second that motion!