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Ron Paul is the 13th Floor, No mention of RP in LA Times Article


No mention of the good doctor. I say let's fill the comment section with valuable information about our future President.

4 votes

CNN Poll: Obama would beat Ron Paul by just four points


"If you are looking for signs of President Obama’s vulnerability, there are plenty to be found in the latest CNN poll. But one number stands out: If that hypothetical election were held tomorrow, Obama would beat Ron Paul—yeah, that Ron Paul—by just four points."

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Washington Times Poll

I saw a new poll this morning in Washington Times. Please vote in it:


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LATimes Ignores RP again - comments needed

Articles focuses on the #3 son-of-a-billionaire Jon Huntsman instead of the #2 "iconoclast" RP (while an apt adjective, most readers will think its something bad)

Leave a comment letting the author know he should focus on RP


5 votes

LA Times- Ron Paul in Third Place, Polls Say. "first tier"

By Michael Muskal

September 20, 2011, 9:33 a.m.
Quietly, and very much under the radar, Ron Paul, the Texas congressman who no pundit believes has a serious chance of winning the Republican presidential nomination, is staging a bit of comeback, returning to his position as a solid No. 3 candidate in the GOP race.

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Please respond to this letter to the editor

A letter to the editor appeared in Tuesday, September 13th 2011's Washington Times page B2, Commentary section, written by Joshua Lipana of Manila. The title is APPALLED AT PAUL'S FOREIGN VIEWS. It is short. Someone please respond, intelligently. www.washingtontimes.com

It does not indicate it can be submitted any other way than e-mail, but check. Fewer than 350 words, please. Let me know if you are unable to find it.

3 votes

Ron Paul Booed! La Times

From the LA Times Dot Com Blogs:

Ron Paul, long a darling of such gatherings such as the one in Tampa on Monday, was roundly booed during the CNN/Tea Party debate for suggesting that American foreign policy helped contribute to the Sept. 11 attacks.

Paul was upbraided by former Sen. Rick Santorum, long a hawk on taking on radical Islam on a global scale.

"You said that it was our actions that brought about the actions of 9/11," Santorum said. “Congressman Paul, that is irresponsible.”

4 votes

We're NATO troops now, not American soldiers

Have you been noticing story after story about how NATO troops have been injured, killed or attacked, just to find out they were really American soldiers? Terms like coalition troops, NATO troops is a political attempt to be deceptive at best, but, at worst it's a sign of our reduced sovereignty.


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Obama, 2012 election, Democrats

Doug Mills/The New York Times

Published: September 10, 2011

Democrats are expressing growing alarm about President Obama’s re-election prospects and, in interviews, are openly acknowledging anxiety about the White House’s ability to strengthen the president’s standing over the next 14 months.

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# of times each candidate got to speak

Here are the # of times each candidate got to speak at the RR debate last night.


# of times each candidate spoke at ronald reagan debate 2011 on Twitpic

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Ron Paul 3rd in LA Poll, not measured against Obama like others, non-whites move to Paul

They didn't poll Paul vs. Obama because they didn't want to reveal how Paul has the best shot to win over any other GOP candidate. They chose to match the three that do not get crossover from Independents or Democrats against Obama - another earlier CNN Poll showed that Ron Paul leads all GOP against Obama.

"Candy Crowley Lies About Ron Paul's Chance to Beat Obama..."

They don't want another poll out there like that one.

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