The State of the Ron Paul Campaign

Almost as though he were responding to my recent YouTube post, Ron Paul posted a video and an article updating his supporters on the state of the campaign. He says he’s in it for the long haul. I really hope he means it.

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  1. gbm3 wrote:

    It looks like Dr. Ron Paul does not have enough national support, more precisely, national corporate support. He has many ideas that the US must return to (or peril), but I think corporate America fears that he will bring down their volume level (and bottom lines) at the Capitol here in DC (obviously, or is it?). Since he is not getting any air time on corporate airwaves (or even newspapers: there are only 4 left; how much space does one man need?) and he doesn’t have enough money, it seems that he’s just staying in it for his supporters like y’all. Sorry ’bout that (for us all).

    Welcome to Rome! All hail Caesar W! (And the Free Maso…, oops!)

    See here (http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/350/transcript.html):

    PBS’ Now (quite liberal news magazine show that I watch):
    In the early stages of his campaign, Ron Paul was having a difficult time getting his message out. He had no name recognition and no money to pay for ads, and what little attention he was getting from mainstream media journalists wasn’t helping much.

    ABC—”THIS WEEK” clip

    GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: What’s success to you?

    PAUL: Winning.

    STEPHANOPOULOS: That’s not going to happen.

    (STEPHANOPOULOS = Bill Clinton = corporate America = status quo)

    gbm3

    Posted 05 Feb 2008 at 8:27 pm

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