June 06, 2007

Ron Paul at CNN GOP Debate

Here's the highlights

Vote for RP on CNN here. Nice to see him winning the debate (again) with 53% of the vote there.

Vote for RP on MSNBC here. Yup, 64% for Ron Paul there.

Vote for RP at vote.com here. You got it - 79% Ron Paul in a landslide.

I guess the other candidates have no supporters who know how to use those confusing internets...

Oh, you can read about the debate on Faux News here. You got it - no poll, and not one mention that Ron Paul was even there. Folks, that's not a news channel. It's the GOP propaganda machine, and the GOP leaders do NOT want Ron Paul heard. Ask yourselves why.

38 comments:

Illegals Everywhere said...

Charles Hugh Smith over at oftwominds had an elite chart on his site a few weeks back. It pretty much summed up whose running the show on a global scale. The MSM i.e., FOX, CNN, etc. are nothing more than programming tools.

In every story and debate they push the candidates that are programmed to win. Any objective reasonable person could see the primary camera focus was on Giuliana, Romney and Mccain.

The same applied Sunday during dem debate where Hitlery and that vampire looking F&^$er, Obama had all the face time.

Don’t believe me! Find the video on youtube where Slick Willie appears brainwashed and the one where Larry King tells him that Ted Turner will serve him.

Anonymous said...

How can you say he is winning the debate from an online poll where you can vote as often as you want? Come on man, you're not kidding anyone.

Anonymous said...

"I guess the other candidates have no supporters who know how to use those confusing internets..."

no those other candidates have supporters who don't spend hours and hours spamming internet polls

I used to joke that you people were insane. Now I'm not so sure about the joke part. I think some you actually think this freak has a chance. I suggest medical treatment before you do something really stupid.

Anonymous said...

So let's see:

he is anti-war. he is against immigration. he is against trade. he wants to abolish the military. he is also against abortion and for good measure wants to abolish the income tax, hence no more government spending on welfare.

He is alienating about 90% of the country.

Good luck with that.

SPECTRE of Deflation said...

ELITISM which will be ass kicked in the next election. A popularist will shake their world.

Agent #777 said...

Was it my imagination, or was he more confident and authoritative than ever last night?

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Howdy Doody was running for offce. Eeegads.

Anonymous said...

"It's the GOP propaganda machine, and the GOP leaders do NOT want Ron Paul heard. Ask yourselves why."

Even with the "great" Ron Paul being censored the average conservatard will continue to think that Fox is a news channel.

Anonymous said...

look at all those other dickheads standing there watching him speak and perhaps wishing they had the balls to say what he says.....damn bastards.......the only man in this race that is real, is ron paul.....the rest of these pricks are not worth giving the time of day to. they are cardboard cutouts of each other. they are one and the same. the ruling elites throw this stagefull of people at you and perhaps some may think they have a choice. you do not. except for ron paul. and it becoming painfully apparent that the game is rigged against him. after the first debate when he cleaned house, they took notice and so now they are subtley attempting to put him in the back of the debate so to speak, in order to blunt and throttle his message.....he is a man that is busting at the seams with ideas but they do not give him much time to speak.........a shame really.......for him and for us........and for liberty.......

Anonymous said...

Gotta love that poll question on CNN..."Who was the snappiest dresser?"

WTF kind of question is that? They should be banned from the news business as they have truly morphed into "entertainment."

guy n. cognito said...

well, the MSM is getting warmer w/ this piece about Ron Paul's one man army in NH:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/05/AR2007060502787.html?hpid=topnews

Anonymous said...

My Alex Baldwin-like promise:

If Ron Paul does not win, I am going to watch America crumble into insolvency and insignificance.

Anonymous said...

Clearly Ron Paul's support comes from Gen Xers and the younger generation. Those that hang out on the Internet. It makes sense.
The corporate media on the other hand, caters to the boob tube watchers.

Give'em hell Dr No!

its me said...

GOP wants control of gubbermint to funnel money to thier crooked buddies and cronies. RP will not do that.

RP wants lower taxes you would assume they would support him HOWEVER we see the TRUE agenda of GOP is the same as the DEMS, entitlements and spending.

SMALLER GOVERNMENT NOW!

Anonymous said...

I missed the live debate on CNN, but caught the CNN wrap-up in the airport. Not one mention of Ron Paul by the CNN team following the debate. Thanks for the post!!!!

Anonymous said...

look for the movie "One Shining Moment" on the McGovern campaign.

Whatever you think about Jessie Ventura, He was an outsider and he won.

the kids out there are a power to be reckoned with, they have big numbers and will support Ron Paul. They like his stand on freedom and are sick of the corporate run BS that they see wveryday. Layoffs, lack of job security, the threat of a draft to fight for oil, falling further behind then their parents.

the internet is the great unkown in this race.

Anonymous said...

I must have watched a different CNN channel from a mirror universe.

Ron Paul made no gain on the leaders on my TV.

McCain makes a fool out of himself with his pro-anti-immigration tripe; it just does not wash.

The whole bunch reminds me of the Dems race in 2006, talking heads with no substance, including Paul.

Anonymous said...

Gotta love that poll question on CNN..."Who was the snappiest dresser?"

WTF kind of question is that? They should be banned from the news business as they have truly morphed into "entertainment."
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yea, I had a good laugh at that one too. Speaks volumes about the "debate" and how the MSM views voters/viewers.

Anonymous said...

How can you say he is winning the debate from an online poll where you can vote as often as you want? Come on man, you're not kidding anyone.
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I tried to vote more than once but it didn't seem to register.

Anonymous said...

he is anti-war. he is against immigration. he is against trade

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against trade? I don't think so. I think he is all for fair trade and not the lopsided trade we have now that enable countries to rig a positive trade balance.

rcochran said...

CNN had a post-debate comment page up, and removed it after there was overwhelming support for Ron Paul.

Be afraid, neocons.

Be very afraid.

http://tinyurl.com/39ah83

No one is orchestrating anything.

There is a groundswell of grass roots support for Ron Paul, and it's showing up on the Internet first because of the speed with which information travels via this medium. It's only a matter of time -- a SHORT amount of time -- before Ron Paul's supporters are massing face-to-face and busting some gates down.

gt said...

if mccain says 'my friends' one more time, i will fw over his responses aka most of the debate

rcochran said...

...he wants to abolish the military.

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Where are you getting your (dis)information?

That's utterly false.

Adam said...

Ron Paul speaks the truth, and that's a trait that strikes fear in all of these politicos hearts....

garyk said...

Ron Paul is the real deal. I've noticed a trend in his detractors...they talk out of their azzes. They spout off a bunch of crap that isn't true and think it justifies their bashing. Ron has the right ideas, and some of the other goons are trying to sound like him because they know how strong his message is.

Anonymous said...

Some trolls here can say whatever they want against Ron, but in my office of about 25 people, 90% is voting for Ron Paul. My wife said that her entire office is voting for him, too. So are our family and most of our friends.

Perhaps we are a minority in an ocean of ignorance and evil cronies, but we are all voting for RON PAUL...so be it.

We have all contributed money to his campaign and are voting online for him at polls. We are a mixed group of Gen Xs, Ys, and a few Baby Boomers (mainly family).
GO RON!

ZZwcck said...

I like what Ron Paul said about the immigrants just being a scape goat for bad policy. We should dump birthright or the government should forcibily take the child since anyone traveling that far into a pregnancy is going to be bad parent anyway.

Who's the most insincere candidate, Romney, McCain or joules? -- I'd have to say McCain. Hey, maybe it will be Hillary and McCain in 2008. If that's the case I think I'll just stay home and get drunk.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul reminds me of Ross Perot, which he was winning the presidential race in REAL polls by as much as 70% - untill he droped out of the race after the GOP started giving him death threats at his daughters wedding.


Do you think the GOP/Bush/Cheney crime network will let Ron get away with winning the next election?

I hope Ron does win, but bush-co will want to implant the next jew-co/republican clown boy. All the other's looked like evil monkeys with death clouds above them. Very chilling indeed. I almost called the cops.

Anonymous said...

Agent 777-

You're not imagining things, Ron Paul gets better and better at speaking each time he appears.

I was hoping for and expecting that to happen. his writings are so confident and well-thought out that I figured it was a matter of time before he began expressing himself better in the spoken.

This guy totally rocks.

Everybody register to vote and get him as the Republican nominee.

If he doesn't win the nomination, vote fo him as a write-in.

I love how he introduced himself as the "champion of the Constitution".

Anonymous said...

People are smarter now. If they try to kill RP, there'll be riots in the streets. Best to just let democracy reign for 4 years if he wins the election.

They'd probably be smart to just allow him to win. the next President is going to inherit a heap of bad stuff. Both the Dems and Repubs could then just blame it all on RP and come out smelling like roses.

Anonymous said...

"My wife said that her entire office is voting for him, too. So are our family and most of our friends."

You Ron Paul whack jobs are starting to sound like the Sanjaia votiers on American Idol.

ksfq said...

Ron Paul is the only of the candidates which has sticks to principles.

Anonymous said...

The Neocons are in fear that their wars will no longer be funded and their oil buddies won't get billions in government welfare each year.

Anonymous said...

Are not the people that work at FOx, CNN, MSN, .. embarassed to call themselves American's and face thier children each day when they go home from work?

Are they all anti-American?

stardust said...

i made another donation to ron paul and i'm switching parties to vote for him in the primary. i'll be needing some "talking points" for my flyers that i will begin posting and my new letter writing campaign. suggestions anyone?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

I must have watched a different CNN channel from a mirror universe.

Ron Paul made no gain on the leaders on my TV.

McCain makes a fool out of himself with his pro-anti-immigration tripe; it just does not wash.

The whole bunch reminds me of the Dems race in 2006, talking heads with no substance, including Paul.

June 06, 2007 5:59 PM

Yep, exactly as CNN and the MSM want you to see him, good job lemming.

No substance! Ha! What a dullard you must be. Did you come up with that observation after watching the entire 5:56 min. the good Doctor was allowed to speak or did your mommy tell you to say that?

Anonymous said...

You Ron Paul whack jobs are starting to sound like the Sanjaia votiers on American Idol.

June 07, 2007 3:37 AM

votiers? Is that some kinda French word?

Anonymous said...

You Paul hating trolls can start eating crow now.

Dr. Paul raised $4.5 mil since the first debate. A 738% increase from last qtr.

Boy, those handful of spamming Paul supporters must be filthy rich.

Guess what TROLLS, I got a lot of money saved up from renting to donate to DR. NO!!!!!!!!!