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Cleveland GOP Cheating Ron Paul (Does anyone know the latest on this ?)

This is disgusting that this country is run by criminals!!! I'm sick of it!!! What was the out come on this??? Anyone know? Did everyone already contact these people? Anyone know about this?

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MSNBC does story about Ron Paul's lack of coverage

MSNBC just ran a story about Ron Paul's lack of coverage.

The host also asked about several other issues.

Jesse Benton was interviewed and did a pretty god job.

He hit a double on the marriage question when she pitched him what should have bee a home run chance.

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"Something is going on."

The gig is up folks. The game is rigged. The emperor has no clothes, and people are starting to take notice. I make no apologies for my diehard support of Ron Paul and I won't - but the original intent of this blog was not to be an explicit endorsement of Paul. I feel a little reluctance to AGAIN feature him but things are getting serious, fast, and I am not ashamed to dedicate so much space on this blog to his cause.


Ron Paul on Morning Joe

Ron Paul was on MSNBC's Morning Joe (via telephone). It is an excellent interview - he covers a lot of ground, including the self-organizing nature of fundraising on the internet and how successful the grassroots-organized November 5th event was. He's excited about the upcoming Tea Party and says they have much more money than they ever expected to have at this point.

So give yourselves a pat on the back, grassroots! We're having a huge impact that other candidates can only dream about!

Thanks to freedom1776 for capturing & posting the video to YouTube:

Ron Paul on MSNBC's Tucker on the Money Bomb

This is an amazing, amazing interview - just the kind I like. Tucker gives Dr. Paul plenty of time and room just to talk. Wow. Thank you to 1sageee for uploading it.

Ron Paul in CNBC / MSNBC / WSJ GOP Debate - Oct 9, 4PM ET

Ron Paul on monetary policy:

More debate highlights below:

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First Read: The Day in Politics

From NBC's Mark Murray
Our friends at Hotline made this excellent point: We all know by now that Paul has more cash on hand than McCain. But he also has more cash on hand than seven other presidential hopefuls combined (Tancredo, Brownback, Huckabee, Kucinich, Hunter, T. Thompson, and Gravel).

The only thing I didn't like was the title: Ron Paul's Warchest!

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