Ron Paul Wins Debate, Declared "Loser" By Media

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#1 Thu, Sep 8, 2011 - 9:47am
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Ron Paul Wins Debate, Declared "Loser" By Media

From https://azizonomics.com/2011/09/08/ron-paul-wins-debate-declared-loser-b...

Last night, MSNBC and Politico hosted a debate for Republican candidates. Let’s see who voters on MSNBC’s website thought won:

Meanwhile, the media seem to have been watching a different debate. From NewsMax:

Two well-known conservative pundits weighed in immediately after the GOP debate to declare Texas Rep. Ron Paul the clear loser due to his response to a question about Ronald Reagan.

InsiderAdvantage CEO Matt Towery tells Newsmax. “You can’t go into Ronald Reagan’s house and put down Ronald Reagan. I like a lot of what he says, but you can’t get away with that.”

Former Bush senior staff member Bradley A. Blakeman said Paul was the big loser in Wednesday debate “because he’s just so out of it.”

Now there is no doubt that Ron Paul is far outside of the political establishment. Let’s see how the political establishment have managed the nation. The housing bubble burst:

Wages are stagnant:

But large corporations are doing fine:

And no progress on employment:

The establishment’s economic mismanagement seems a lot more “extreme” than Ron Pau

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Thu, Sep 8, 2011 - 11:50am
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What MSM wants,,,,,,

MSM wants the Republicans to make it a two horse race between Mitt and Perry.

Game set and match. Thanks but No Thanks!

The media sets these things up and controls the action like a Miss America pageant.
I'm surprised they don't ask the candidates if they have any talents they could share on stage and judge a swimsuit contest also. :roll:
Ron Paul is dissed and him showing up to these things actually takes away from what he is capable of doing.
Anybody remember Ross Perot's informational TV shows with his charts? That was really working for the little guy and RP should start that up in earnest.
Going to these silly debates is demeaning and a waste of energy and with MSM in control of the production you've got to think outside the box.
RP tried to run straight up last time and if he or his supporters want a different outcome they'll need to go rogue for him to catch fire.
I appreciate RP's demeanor and the class he exhibits but it's time for the gloves to come off and get serious.

Thu, Sep 8, 2011 - 12:11pm
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Absolutely: it's time for Ron

Absolutely: it's time for Ron Paul to declare unrelenting war against the corporatism and the military-industrial complex.

Thu, Sep 8, 2011 - 3:52pm
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media bias? oh what a surprise!

Can it be anymore obvious that the media is NOT going to address anyone but whom they want in the race? Just ignore the American people again! You can just feel the tension rising in this country with every new conversation being had. True Americans are NOT going to continue to allow this anymore. Something is brewing from within. Ron Paul 2012 is the best shot we have.

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