This is truly pathetic. It is about as low as we've seen one of the major networks stoop in their coverage of Dr. Paul--and this isn't even TV coverage (which, compared with the online content is usually the worse of the two). Note how ridiculously baseless the charges are and the inflammatory headline (trending # 3). Also notice that they even resorted to such shameless tactics as picking out a one-line, incoherent sentence from Dr.
Catholic Bishops on Obamacare Reg: 'Unprecedented Attack on Religious Liberty,' Even Jesus Wouldn't Qualify as 'Religious'Submitted by Bob-45 on Mon, 09/26/2011 - 09:58
Catholic Bishops on Obamacare Reg: 'Unprecedented Attack on Religious Liberty,' Even Jesus Wouldn't Qualify as 'Religious'
By Terence P. Jeffrey
September 25, 2011
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Archbishop Timothy Dolan meeting with Pope John Paull II at the Vatican on June 30, 2003. Dolan was then archbishop of Milwaukee, Wisc. He is now archbishop of New York and president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. (AP Photo/Massimo Sambucetti)
As if the Federal Government subverting our Constitution in order to spy on us isn’t enough, the DHS encouraging americans to spy on each other wasn’t enough… now we have 2012 Presidential hopeful Barack Obama enlisting his liberal loyalists to step up their counter-terrorism efforts.
The gloves are off...
LAKE JACKSON, Texas - (RonPaul2012.com) – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul’s campaign continues to challenge Rick Perry in the lead up to tonight’s Republican presidential debate. Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton released an open letter to Gov. Perry focusing on his record as Texas head of state, pointing out inconsistencies with his new Tea Party rhetoric. See text of letter below.
Subject: Rick Perry Can’t Handle the Truth
An open letter from Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton
Dear Governor Perry,
After our campaign’s first ad highlighting your Big Government record and support for liberal Al Gore, your campaign is attacking Dr. Paul – missing the point of why your past is important.
We don’t think the fact that you used to be a Democrat is the big problem here. The real problem is that, too often, you still act like one. Even you yourself, Governor Perry, said of your party switch, “I will still vote the same principles, only with an R after my name.”