Does America Need a Lesson On Democracy?

January 10, 2008 | Filed Under deception, Elections, media, Media Bias 

 Ron Paul takes on Fox News

During tonight’s Republican Debate Ron Paul got slammed by the moderator with a nasty question but he held his own.

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After the debate was over, Frank Luntz, the resident Fox News “expert” was spoon-feeding Florida natives with the “winner” Fred Thompson and “loser” Ron Paul.   I’ve never seen a media network so intent on sabotaging a political candidate.  This should outrage all Americans, conservatives included.  Fox News thinks you are a bunch of idiots, and the way the debate played out… they showed that they have no respect for your intelligence.

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4 Responses to “Does America Need a Lesson On Democracy?”

  1. The Presidential Candidates on January 10th, 2008 9:41 pm

    Great points. I thought Ron Paul handled that extremely well. He’s starting to get pissed off, I love it. Keep fighting Ron! Tell these fascists off!

  2. The Presidential Candidates on January 10th, 2008 9:42 pm

    I also loved his interview on CNN today with Wolf Blitzer where he talked about ending the War on Drugs… Definitely a pet issue for me.

  3. COMMONSENSE on January 11th, 2008 4:56 am

    The Ron Paul anti-cheerleaders lead by hairy legged Sean Hannity and jiggly butt Frank Lutz performed last night.

    GIVE ME AN N GIVE ME AN E GIVE ME AN O GIVE ME A C GIVE ME AN O GIVE ME AN N…WHAT’S THAT SPELL ???
    NEOCON!!! YAYYYY!!! (

    Let’s go Rudy, Let’s go Rudy, pass it to
    Freddy…oh my gawd that Mitt is soooo cute…Johnny looks so old, is a senior? I’d date Mikey Huckabee since he lost all that weight. You would?? No way he has bad breath!!
    psst what’s that icky Ron Paul doing? Their not gonna let him in the game are they ??!!! Ewwww
    Hey let’s do that cheer we worked on yesterday in practice
    Oh you mean the “bomb Iran one?” Like, okaaay…

  4. Ronaldo on December 8th, 2014 8:06 am

    I don’t see the connection beewten the derivative bubble and the fed debt-based system. However, I do have thoughts on both.The administration needs to work with congress to repeal the CFTA (Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000) to re-regulate commodity futures. (Plus a lot more. Such as repeal Gramm-Leach-Bliley (1999).)As for the fed and the debt-based system, sure, too much debt is bad. However, what would do you do when there’s an emergency and you (or a loved one) might die if you don’t run up your credit cards? Well, of course, in almost every case, you’d use the credit cards. Chances are some day (as we’ve done before) the debt can be paid down especially if we don’t overspend. Clinton did it!

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