The sad thing is, the ignoring of a unique and well-supported candidate that actually has a chance to win his party's nomination is indicative of what many people have already suspected, but probably didn't expect to see so blatantly in the media, and that is the media having such a bias against a certain candidate. This is evidence that his openly-stated views are a major threat to many big players and they are using their influence to censor him. It's too bad that the media has lost its soul. When the media loses its soul, then so does the United States and our supposedly democratic republic.
Instances of Ron Paul being ignored...
Ron Paul strikes me as the best of the GOP candidates because he is very honest, thoughtful and consistent, and has been that way for years. He is not interested in getting elected, if it means he has to do it at the expense of what he believes to be right. You have to admire that. I also admire that he wants to end the expensive/unwinnable "war on drugs", and he wants us to get out of foreign wars and stop policing the world. If we do this, we will save trillions of dollars. Also, he is very much against SOPA and the NDAA bills that are poised to strip Americans of the rights to due process and censor-free internet. These laws are about as un-American as you can get.
Ron Paul talks about what matters and seems like he can actually be trusted... weird for a politician, right? Here's footage of a Fox news guest (Bush/Cheney political strategist) discussing how Cong. Ron Paul cannot be bought...
Very refreshing to hear. Everyone should do more to hear this candidate's message, because he is the exact opposite of the dishonest, professional politician that Americans have grown to loathe. He also has a lot of common sense solutions to fixing the economy and making Americans more "free."
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