Ron Paul is on C-Span 3 now with what looks to be the National Press Club- He's doing great, but interviewer leaves much to be desired if you ask me...
Per the NY Times, Rep. Ron Paul will be on Univision's 'Al Punto' this Sunday, the 2nd of October.
RP Should Be On Near 10:30am
Live link: http://www.seeon.tv/view/17060/
EL TIEMPO PARA LA RON PAUL REVOLUCIÓN!
I see all these candidates on the television, from Cain to Huntsman, and I never see Ron on T.V. I'm starting to think his campaign is doing it purposely to try and act as if the media is ignoring him even more so than they are. I know that if the campaign tries hard enough, they could get on the Greta Van Susteren show or Hannity or Piers Morgan...something other than Fox Business which no one I know has.
Over the years, Saturday Night Live has always been funniest, and most culturally potent when it lampoons the political scene.
Here's their satire of the "GOP debates":
Video Link: Saturday Night Live GOP Debates highlights
MeetTheTruth TV Show Remembering Ten Years After The World Trade Center Controlled Demolition - We must never forget about the 9/11 demolitions and the petition for a new investigation of WTC 7.
Social Security was formed, but this whole Social Security and Medicare system is surely based on ever increasing numbers of dues paying customers to for the benefit drawing recipients. This is the classic description of a Ponzi Scheme.
Listen to what Santelli says ^_^:
Good interview Dr. Paul. Excited to see you for my 3rd time in NYC on the 26th!
View here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zu0U58MvSQ
Rick Perry has just single handedly elevated Dr. Paul's campaign!!! The media attention surrounding this is going to be big. The news stories are already flying about a Perry vs Paul showdown.
Perry's campaign released a response to the ad, which spells out Dr. Paul's letter as to why he left the GOP in 1988...
There are several reasons why his response fails.
First, Dr. Paul can say that he left the GOP because it wasn't conservative enough for him. That would be a great counter because it's true. Many conservatives would now agree that as great as Reagan was, he wasn't as conservative as today's conservatives are (and claim to be). It's a much better position to be in to be too conservative for the Republican party than too liberal (ala Gore) for the Republican party.
Second, Rick Perry's response may get some attention, but the only way he could truly fight back is to run ads of his own. You think Rick Perry really wants to spend money fighting Ron Paul? :)
A article talking about Ron Paul's new campaign ad with Rick Perry as Al Gore's Texas Cheerleader
the judge is back and you know hes gonna agree with ron paul and tear fema a new asshole whose gonna watch it tonight at 8pm
:update: it seems he is not back who knows when they'll
bring the judge back
If you like Ron Paul, odds are you would really enjoy watching "Jericho". This show explains a lot of what WE here in "The Revolution" believe. Give it a try if ya haven't watched it yet.
Jericho is an American action/drama series that centers on the residents of the fictional town of Jericho, Kansas, in the aftermath of nuclear attacks on 23 major cities in the contiguous United States. Produced by CBS Paramount Network Television, with executive producers Jon Turteltaub, Stephen Chbosky, and Carol Barbee, the show was broadcast in more than 30 countries.
Not sure exactly when Ron will be on, but on the CNBC screen he is "coming up."
There are new Ron Paul interviews coming up tomorrow. Here's the scoop:
Interview with Freedom Watch, Fox Business
August 23, 2011 8:00 pm ET
Interview with Maria Bartiromo, CNBC Closing Bell
August 23, 2011 4:30 pm ET
Just thought I would pass it on.