Ron Paul vs the “Pretty Boys”

September 12, 2011
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Ron Paul tackles Republican “Pretty Boys” Mitt Romney and Rick Perry in this hilarious ad sponsored by RevolutionPac.

After last week’s debate, and this MSNBC poll, the media bias is obvious. Major TV, Web and print (iPad?) news sources continue to ignore Ron Paul’s lead. The New York Times mentioned him halfway down. Jon Stewart joked about his policies. Diane Sawyer and ABC’s nightly news? They didn’t even mention the GOP debate the following evening.

If ABC, NBC, CBS, and yes, even Fox, continue to ignore Ron Paul, the people won’t. Liberally backed MSM doesn’t stand a chance against Dr. Paul’s agreeable message “freedom is popular.”

[Dr. Paul cheers on supporters in this ad.]

On another note, is it odd there are only 302 views on this YouTube video? People say it’s been that way a couple hours. Another commenter said the CIA owns Google. Google owns YouTube. Can anyone confirm this? Is it a government conspiracy to stifle Ron Paul’s message of independence? Would refusal to air the ad violate the freedom of speech, press or both?

Do you think the media is being fair to Ron Paul? Why or why not?

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One Response to Ron Paul vs the “Pretty Boys”

  1. Wil on September 16, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    This is why the men that founded this country belonged to the fraternal organization of Free Masonry. They were forced to be secretive about creating a Democratic Republic based on a Constitution and a Bill of Rights because the government at the time did not want any subversion of a system that benefitted those in power.

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