How The National Media Ignored Ron Paul




How the national media ignored Ron Paul and why it will be their undoing

by Doug Weed, a presidential historian and New York Times bestselling author

Once again, Ron Paul deserved to be in the headlines and once again the national media totally ignored him. Wednesday, the nationwide “Tea Party” protests of big taxes and big spending was the number two story in the nation on most television networks and number one on some. And how could they avoid it? Thousands showed up from coast to coast to express their dismay. What is Obama doing? How can we keep printing paper money? Doesn’t he know that a wave of inflation will hit the shore?

The fact is that the first, notable, Tea Party since Boston was launched at a Ron Paul campaign rally in Austin, Texas in December of 2007. The second was the famous “money bomb” fundraiser for Ron Paul on the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party in the middle of the 2008 presidential run. And most of the crowd and organizers of yesterday’s event were Ron Paul supporters. But congressman Ron Paul, the Nostradamus from Texas, who predicted the crisis we now face, was not mentioned once by the national media.

Credit (or blame) for the event was given to former Texas congressman, Dick Armey, a nice guy but not THE guy or to Newt Gingrich, or to Washington conservative think tanks that mine for Ron Paul money but never give him any respect or credit, or FOX television who actually blocked him from an early debate in 2008, or from sinister “corporate interests.” Huh? Gee… I wonder what corporation could possibly be interested in lower taxes and less government spending? General Motors? AIG?

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  1. Watch Jon Stewarts piece on how they have been ignoring him.

    Ron Paul supports the legalization of Industrial Hemp and stopping the wars abroad. Enough said. He is a rational thinker and he thinks for himself - not one of these plastic talking heads.

    The media doesn't know what to do with him because he has original thoughts and could actually get something done and is not in the pocket of corporations.

    This Democrat supports Ron Paul 100%. I think I might change my allegiance just to vote for him in the Republican primary.

    Good Luck Mr. Paul I support you.

    Josh Davis

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  2. Does it bother anyone else how Fox News is "muscling" in on this movement and derailing legitimate, non-partisan concerns; especially given the fact that they were pretty hostile to Dr. Paul back during the debates...

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  3. You know, it really does appear that the media is "asleep" on this. The "CNN" crowd has not caught on that there is this HUGE throng of disenfranchised, disillusioned, angry populace out there who are ready to take action. It makes me wonder if the Republican party itself has a clue. I also think guys like Shawn Hannity and Newt Gingrich believe they are part of this crowd when in reality they are viewed as "old school" and held at arms length. This revolution is truly taking the nation by surprise... BTW I just put up a new site: shaysites.com... Google the term "shaysites", you'll be glad you did...

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