Comment: What a breath of fresh air!

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What a breath of fresh air!

Remember how Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes could make his interviewees squirm by asking the hard questions, and followed up with more hard questions?

Imagine the same awesome potential of this channel. If Ron Paul can get interviews with high profile politicians, pundits and similar celebs on his channel, think of how they will be thrown sideways when they are not asked the usual softball or ingratiating questions, but get asked the hard questions with no commercial breaks or pre-set time limits. Imagine Hannity, Rush, Rove, Krugman, and other like shills on the hot seat. Even if they talk fast and BS their way through a interview they'll look like the fools they are defending their flawed positions with question after question. And look really bad if they get nasty or testy to Dr. Paul.

Better yet, think how green with envy all the current soothsayers like Levin, Rush and Hannity will be when Dr. Paul's interviews reveal spontaneous off-the-cuff admissions and statements form his hosts that reveal their true motives to the world. Those clowns spend so much time on their so-called interviews monologuing and basking in their own self-reflected glory with faux humility.

It would totally throw the stuffed shirts off their usual game, revealing fully their flawed philosophies and shallow values regarding to liberty, US foreign policy, economics, civil liberties and ZAP, etc.

We just have to hope that the politicians and pundits who crave attention will be lulled into a false sense of security that this is just another talk show for free publicity, only to be hit sideways with having to defend their flawed positions by the master zen interrogator, Dr. Paul.

Conscience does not exist if not exercised

"No matter how cynical you get, it's impossible to keep up!
---Lily Tomlin