I've been sending polite emails to Fox News and people on their station asking why the media is ignoring Ron Paul. I've always been polite and have pointed out the articles I was referring to. Well, I just read an article about Cain and Gingrich gaining off of Perry's problems and it mentioned every single candidate except Paul (even mentioned Palin and others not in the race).
Great Article written in The Excavator!!
A must Read.
I’m fairly certain that this is not illegal (nor do I really care because Santorum is a non-issue) because he received this money before he was a candidate, but how many candidates or potential candidates have been on Fox’s payroll? $239K isn’t all that much (to our aristocracy at least – for us serfs that’s the going rate to eat a spoonful of nuclear waste or order from Godfathers Pizza or something gross like that – but I digress :) compared to Palin’s $1 million reported contract.
Faux News Channel: We Distort, You Comply!
Fox News posted a ridiculous article claiming that Herman Cain is now in the top tier. This is corrupt poll that was conducted under false and misleading pretenses. Let’s take a look at the pollsters, Shall we?
"The Fox News Poll is conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R)".
Shaw & Company Research: http://shawresearch.com/shaw/I...
Top Story - "The New GOP Top Three"
Herman Cain wins one straw poll and is now considered top tier by Fox News?!?!
Google News Front Page... "Ron Paul: My supporters are 'hardcore'"
Original article source is here...
I frequent Google News
Not sure how long it'll last, but for the first time I've ever seen, Ron Paul was the top ranked "US" news story. Related to his appearances in NY yesterday.
We're getting there!
It's time to get serious this is the most important time in ron pauls campaign. I myself am doing everything i can to get ron paul known for the republican primaries and guess what? its not enough stop and ask yourself what am i doing and what else could i be doing? instead of throwing ideas around make them a reality.
This is where we the people make a stand and boost ron paul up to the point where no one can simply ignore or dismiss his arguments we need to start organizing, planning, and acting
this is the time for REAL CHANGE
this is the time for action
First, Ailes dialed back the Tea Party talk. Now he’s turning the GOP race into a political X-Factor—and steering the election agenda one more time.
Hours before last week’s presidential debate in Orlando, Ailes’s anchors sat in a cavernous back room, hunched over laptops, and plotted how to trap the candidates. Chris Wallace said he would aim squarely at Rick Perry’s weakness: “How do you feel about being criticized by some of your rivals as being too soft on illegal immigration? Then I go to Rick Santorum: is Perry too soft?”
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Does anyone here know how to use a satellite dish to grab back channel news feeds?
I have just finished watching a video called SPIN by a guy named Brian Springer who, during the 1992 presidential campaign, spent a year scouring the airwaves with a satellite dish grabbing back channel news feeds not intended for public consumption. The result of his research is SPIN, one of the most insightful films ever made about the mechanics of how television is used as a tool of social control to distort and limit the American public’s perception of reality.
Here is a poll from Bill O'Reilly on who won the Florida debate. http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html Go and vote for Ron Paul. Paul is winning currently. It will be interesting to see if he ignores the poll if Paul wins.