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Superb WP Blog Post

A superb article which talks about the legality of the Liberty Dollar and how it has affected the campaign positively!

"A Paul campaign spokesman, Jesse Benton, today reiterated that the campaign has no connection with the Ron Paul Dollars (though supporters have taken pictures of grinning Paul next to the coins.) He said the campaign is seeing an "uptick" in Web site visits and contributions following reports of the raid."

http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2007/11/19/if_its_g...

Washington Post article with NH supporters

Here is the full 2-page article and the video blog right next to it.

http://tinyurl.com/2ce37b

Washington Post Coverage of Ron Paul Supporters

Friends,

Editing this to say that the article will be published on Monday with photos and a video blog of key volunteers in NH; as they were interviewed before, during, and after watching the October 9th debate, with reporter Jose Antonio Vargas.

We had a variety of 10 supporters who gathered at a private home and spent several hours with Mr. Vargas who I think will give us some excellent coverage.

This should dispell any lingering notions that we are a few spammers living in our parents' basements! (Also I see we almost have $750K raised once again already!)

MSM: We Spin, We Decide

Here's Fox New's take:

Of course, there was no mention of Ron Paul, who finished a respectable 5th, with 9.1% of the vote.

But it wasn't just Fox. This article from the Washington Post lists who finished, first, second, third, fourth, and sixth. They completely skipped the fifth place finisher, Dr. Ron Paul. See for yourself, below.

What is going on here, and what is the best way we can combat this kind of media bias?

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Good coverage from the MSM

Also-Ran in the GOP Polls, Ron Paul Is Huge on the Web

"On Technorati, which offers a real-time glimpse of the blogosphere, the most frequently searched term this week was "YouTube."

Then comes "Ron Paul."

The presence of the obscure Republican congressman from Texas on a list that includes terms such as "Sopranos," "Paris Hilton" and "iPhone" is a sign of the online buzz building around the long-shot Republican presidential hopeful -- even as mainstream political pundits have written him off."

Ron Paul's Washington Post Summary Page

This page at the Washington Post summarizes Ron Paul's essential information, and has a hot-linked list of all the articles from the Washington Post that include Dr. Paul.

http://projects.washingtonpost.com/2008-presidential-candida...

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