July 09, 2007

Here's Ron Paul on ABC this weekend with Stephanopolous

More $$$ in the bank than "major" candidate John McCain (anyone want to bet when he drops out?), the only GOP candidate who is correct on the Iraq disaster, taking off on the internet, all the momentum, and George Stephanopolous thinks HE'S the smartest guy in the room.

Not.

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28 comments:

HiMomItsMe said...

All the other repukeagains are the same. Only RP is different.

I'm donating today!

Maybe RP can pick up Obama as his VP running mate to get the black vote. or not.

Paul E. Math said...

Keith, I'm getting more and more impressed with RP.

And less and less impressed with Stephanopolous. "That's not going to happen" - what a smug, arrogant little prick. It doesn't matter if he's right.

Anonymous said...

Stephanopolous is a tiny arrogant schmuck.....can't believe he told RP to his face that he has no chance of winning. I'm so irritated by this little guy's lack of objective reporting that I'm donating another $100 to RP's campaign. C'mon people, open your wallets. Let's use the internet and spread the word about RP. Donate, donate, donate!

Anonymous said...

Obama voted for the shamnesty fraud. Obama is done, man.

Anonymous said...

George S. (I'm just not going to waste my time trying to spell his name right...) really made an a$$ of himself on that one, but made RP look great!!

Check out George's "transformation":

http://youtube.com/watch?v=q-ywngi3i-0

djsandbox said...

Why on Earth would Obama want to run with somebody who wants to get rid of social security and medicare? Ron Paul is an idiot.

Anonymous said...

Boy is the guy Stephanopolous smug or what!?

emp said...

dj-- wait, you actually think medicare and SS are going to be around in the future? ahahahahahhaaha. Wish you you were an office mate, I'd make so much betting you... Go Paul!!

RJ said...

Ron Paul is the best choice for anyone who understands that:
1. Our government is already insolvent with nearly $60 trillion in total debt. That's why he wants to end social security and medicare.
2. U.S. infrastructure maintainence and development is increasingly being sold to international consortiums such as Cintra Capital Group because of the above #1. This is a major national sovereignty concern.
3. The Bush administration has worked hard to lay the groundwork for economic integration with Mexico and Canada via the Security and Prosperity Partnership as agreed upon at the Waco, Texas summit in 2005. This is very bad for American workers and our national sovereignty.
4. The above #3 is the next step in making Mexico the main point of entry for Chinese goods entering North America further eroding U.S. jobs and presenting massive security risks.
5. Free markets do not mean accepting China's absolute advantage in manufacturing when that advantage comes at such horrific costs to human rights, the environment and intellectual property rights. Yet the government rewards China with subsidies through the Export-Import Bank. Like China needs subsidies from their biggest debtor!
6. The war in Iraq is bleeding the military and the economy and will continue to due so until both reach the breaking point. Wars do in fact bankrupt nations.

From what I can see, the other candidates in both parties are largely party hacks. RP is by no means perfect. But who is really addressing all of the above issues? No one that I've heard. And the U.S. is heading toward a major financial crisis.

Anonymous said...

Has Everyone seen this?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1656880303867390173&q=freedom+to+fascism&total=895&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0

tinman said...

Well, Steph was just doing his job as a MSM bitch. Think about it: The "front runners" are capable of raising insane amounts of money. This translates to multi-million ad accounts for the MSM. So of course, the MSM wants the "front runners" in the race.

But hopefully, the people will finally stand up for what is right (RP). We all know what happened to the last president who stood up for humanity (JFK). If anything "happens" to RP, it's seriously time for a revolution--and yes, with violence if necessary.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul is a useful idiot.

Anonymous said...

Why on Earth would Obama want to run with somebody who wants to get rid of social security and medicare? Ron Paul is an idiot.

well, Obama isn't for single payer health care so those w/o health insurance will find themselves bending over for the health care industry and social security probably won't ease the pain much.

Anonymous said...

Paul E. Math said...
Keith, I'm getting more and more impressed with RP.

And less and less impressed with Stephanopolous. "That's not going to happen" - what a smug, arrogant little prick. It doesn't matter if he's right.

July 10, 2007 12:38 AM

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Why in the world were you ever impressed with him to begin with? Oh I remember, he was one of Bubba Clinton's lapdogs, therefore he is to be praised as a great man.

Never mind.

Anonymous said...

Ex-Clinton Admin member is a sr. correspondant at ABC news. But there is no liberal bias in the media, no sir, not at all.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul holding steady at 0%
http://tinyurl.com/ywqkqh

Anonymous said...

George is a pompous schmuck. I appreciate him showing his true colors so I can stay away from his program.

Anonymous said...

If Ron Paul is really a threat to the status quo, they will never allow him to be selected...I mean elected. They would more than likely kill him, probably in a plane crash. It seems to be something they enjoy.

So the only way to know if Ron Paul is on the up and up and is not another wolf in sheep's clothing is if he ends up dead. Of course, that is bad news for Mr. Paul and the rest of the country.

If he does make it to the White House, then it has been ordained and we continue to get screwed by a government that we should throw off. Who needs them. The more we are dependent on them, the more we become enslaved to them.

Of course, if you enjoy being screwed over and over again, just bend over and keep waving those cheap made in China flags. The international financiers and the government are only to willing to oblige such cooperation.

Stephen said...

George Stephanopolous is a slimy, contempable little weasel.

I feel the need to Windex(r) my television screen every time he appears on it.

InfidelSix said...

Send more $$$ to 0% Ron.

or (better idea)

buy weed instead.

RJ said...

Anon said:
Ron Paul holding steady at 0%
http://tinyurl.com/ywqkqh

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"There's lies. There's damned lies. And then there's statistics."

There are over 170 million registered voters in the U.S (U.S. election assistance commission 2004 data). Let's assume that only 80 million are Republican or 'lean' Republican. The Gallup Poll cited, surveyed "394 Republicans and voters who "lean" Republican has a margin of error of +/- 5 percentage points."

Assuming the 80 million voters, that's a sample size of .0002%. Now Gallup has been in this business a looong time but this is nonsense. I'm sure I could pick out a sample of 500 conservative voters and get a 50% response for RP. It's all in picking the right sample.

Anonymous said...

rj said:

"I'm sure I could pick out a sample of 500 conservative voters and get a 50% response for RP. It's all in picking the right sample."

Can you show me one scientific poll - just one - that has ever shown Ron Paul with more than 1% ?

RJ said...

Anon said:
Can you show me one scientific poll - just one - that has ever shown Ron Paul with more than 1% ?

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Honestly, I can't. But I have a serious distrust of public opinion polling, both that coming out of the MSM and the online line polls that showed massive online support for RP. And I support RP!
However, I don't see the polls as relevant. Considering the seriousness of the issues we're facing as a nation (as I posted earlier), let's assume the accuracy of the polling. Let's assume that Giuliani win's the Republican nomination. What is he going to do about the issues I raised earlier? He hasn't addressed those issues. He won't because he is just another party hack maintaining the status quo for Wall St. and the corporate elite. The fool supports efforts to fight global warming. To fight a fiction! So if the polls are accurate (a point I'm not yet willing to concede), then there are alot of extremely ignorant voters. Stating the obvious, I know.

Anonymous said...

Will single women vote for RP? Hell no! Single women are the voting block that will determine the next President - you may not like that fact, but we all have to deal with it. Unless the candidate moistens their panties, he/she hasn't got a chance.

Anonymous said...

Paul is right on some things, but way, way too simplistic on many. Especially the ridiculous libertarian panacea blather. Guys, get your heads out of the clouds.

Anonymous said...

Go Ron! I just sent you another $201.

Giuliani's just one scandal away from being out of the race...and I can't wait for it to come out.

-Anon

djsandbox said...

You folks are still peddling that propaganda that Social Security is insolvent? That's been thoroughly debunked repeatedly.

Medicare is a different story, however if Medicare disappears it will only be because it is replaced with a better funded more comprehensive medical program. The voters will demand it.

Ron Paul has no support and rightly so.

Anonymous said...

See SiCKO, then get on your representatives about H.R. 676!