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January 25, 2008

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Realist

Congrats, PM! Your post today shows you see why Ron Paul should not have been dismissed out of hand, as he was by his co-cabalists and the media. What he has to say in defining the problems facing this nation doesn't mean that he's wrong about them. His path strays from reality when he presents his "cures" for these problems, but at least the candidates would be on the correct topics if they debated them and not attempt to rescue W's legacy from his folly.

Hotrod54235

PM,
Just take a step back and see who we REALLY are left to vote for: A female corporate stooge, a black corporate stooge, any number of white male corporate stooges, and now Edwards, who is barely hanging on, and Ron Paul who has no chance of winning anything but derision from the Neocons. The more things change, the more they stay the same, true as ever.

PG Bowden

Is it my imagination, or did Rudy Guiliani--loser to Ron Paul in every primary but one--get 3x the number of questions and 10x the time to answer them as Ron Paul? I knew it would happen yet I foind myself screaming at the two GE stooges--Tim and Brian--as I somehow thought they could hear me through the TV. Every time the corporate media screws an insurgent candidate a new conspiracy theory gets its wings.

Paul Revere

The airwaves are suppose to be licensed by the Government and belong to the public, so I ask you: what gives the MSM the right to favor one candidate over another? All debaters should be given equal time and the public should demand this.

Scoppertop

Duh. Either way, they're scared little losers with a war tradition.
conservative |kənˈsərvətiv; -vəˌtiv|
adjective
• holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion.

noun
• a person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in relation to politics.

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