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Supporters can debate with an anti-Ron Paul radio "political analyst" today at 3pm CST

Mr. Caryl J Boyd, one of our frequent and most ignorant trolls, has issued a challenge for Ron Paul supporters to debate him on his radio show today. If you have the time to take him up on this offer, I suggest you convince some of his listeners that Boyd is very, very misinformed. But, make sure you know what you are talking about ;) I have noticed on his Facebook page that not all of his listeners are happy about the misinformation regarding Paul.

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Politico: Mitt Romney Doubling Down in Miami Today (9/21/2011), “I told them (Iowans), corporations are people"

Mitt Romney is doubling down on his “corporations are people” line.

Speaking to a town hall-style gathering at a Miami airport hotel, the former Massachusetts governor repeated the line he first said last month at the Iowa State Fair.

“I’ll communicate to the private sector, by the way, that we like you,” Romney said in response to a question about how to encourage banks to lend more money. “We like enterprise. I was in Iowa the other day, and people suggested that we just raise taxes on corporations.”

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USA Today - Barry Manilow is a Ron Paul Fan

GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul has an unlikely fan in pop singer Barry Manilow.

Manilow, known for hits such as Mandy and Copacabana, told The Daily Caller website that he agrees with "just about everything" the Texas congressman says.

"I like him. I like what he says, I do. I like what he says. I think he's solid," Manilow is quoted as saying. "I agree with just about everything he says. What can I tell you?"

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Jesse Benton To Russia Today, "Ron Paul does not do interviews with Russia Today. No one watches you guys anyway".

Adam Kokesh announced on his show tonight that this will be the last show of Adam vs. The Man, but didn't say why. However, he did say he interviewed Ron Paul on May 4th of this year, and since then has tryed numorous times to have Congressman Paul back on the show, with no reply.

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