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Ron Paul's 10% In Iowa Shocks Establishment Media

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by poncho, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    "Ten per cent is not insignificant - that's a huge number," said Fox's Greta van Susteren, appearing with host Shep Smith last night. Smith noted that Paul had more than doubled Giuliani's total.

    "Should Fox News reconsider?" asked Smith, to which Susteren responded, "I'm not sure why he's out of it (the forum)."


    "Here you have a candidate that 10 per cent of the people caucused in his party really want him and it's not like he's an insignificant player," she added.


    "He didn't just drop in yesterday to the process, he has been running for president for a long time, and certainly many of the issues he's raised are rather provocative and certainly stimulate the debate, that's not a bad thing - and why not pull up another chair?" Susteren concluded.


    Watch it.

    "On a clear night you can almost hear the establishment sweating" (over Ron Paul and his message of limited constitutional government) :thumbs:

    Ron Paul Y'all !!!
     
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  2. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    I noticed in ABC's debate last night some of the other "republican" candidates are trying to tap into the RP revolution by copying Ron Paul's message. And the democrats? The buzzword is "change". Change, change, change, change, change...

    The only thing that will change is the faces of course. The destructive policies of the warfare/welfare state will go on under any "new" administration be they "R's" or "D's" unless Ron Paul is elected.

    That's my take.


     
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    Funny how his numbers were better than Richardson's but yet he has been excluded...Hmmm.Same ol ,same ol.
     
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    I'll tell you Obama's change....

    Pull the troops out of Iraq, and send 'em to Pakistan.

    And I 100% guarantee you if Obama is elected, there WILL be a draft.
     
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    The reaction from the neorepublican camp here abouts would prove to be interesting if that happens. Might even make me a welcome visitor here again if there were a warmongering globalist democrat in office for a "change".
     
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