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Fox News Philadelphia runs anti Ron Paul fluff piece.

 
Kalivar
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Fox News Philadelphia runs anti Ron Paul fluff piece.
Unfortunately i do not record my tv shows, but perhaps a video clip will pop up on the net so people can view it. Anyway, i thought it was an interesting piece that raised a few questions. Here is what Fox news Philly, had to say about Ron Paul.

1) He can never be elected because he is a conspiracy theorist. Yet fox news failed to mention which conspiracies.

2) Fox news stated that Ron Paul only had strong support from young voters because they are entertained by said conspiracy theories.

3) They stated that he will never be elected because young people will not show up to vote because they are undependable. A correspondent responded by stating that Obama was able to get support from young voters, and the Anchor stated that it was a rare event which will not happen for Ron Paul.

They said for anyone to win the election they needed to have the support of those over the age of 65 because that is who votes.

Seems to me like Fox is really grasping for straws with all of their recent attacks. I mean grabbing for the conspiracy theorist label is pretty funny, considering they failed to mention any of his beliefs. Hey who knows maybe RP is member here at GLP.

How do all of you view the young voters compared to the seniors? Are the baby boomers more inclined to vote? I think many people will be surprised at how many "youngsters" show up to vote if RP is on the ballot. If he isn't, then i agree that young people will not show up to vote this time.

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Its uncanny the panic i can sense in the mainstream media. The irate american public will not let the attacks and when not attacked the ignoring of his presence continue!

Media fav mitt will not overcome the peoples fav RON PAUL!!
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Re: Fox News Philadelphia runs anti Ron Paul fluff piece.
Unfortunately i do not record my tv shows, but perhaps a video clip will pop up on the net so people can view it. Anyway, i thought it was an interesting piece that raised a few questions. Here is what Fox news Philly, had to say about Ron Paul.

1) He can never be elected because he is a conspiracy theorist. Yet fox news failed to mention which conspiracies.

2) Fox news stated that Ron Paul only had strong support from young voters because they are entertained by said conspiracy theories.

3) They stated that he will never be elected because young people will not show up to vote because they are undependable. A correspondent responded by stating that Obama was able to get support from young voters, and the Anchor stated that it was a rare event which will not happen for Ron Paul.

They said for anyone to win the election they needed to have the support of those over the age of 65 because that is who votes.

Seems to me like Fox is really grasping for straws with all of their recent attacks. I mean grabbing for the conspiracy theorist label is pretty funny, considering they failed to mention any of his beliefs. Hey who knows maybe RP is member here at GLP.

How do all of you view the young voters compared to the seniors? Are the baby boomers more inclined to vote? I think many people will be surprised at how many "youngsters" show up to vote if RP is on the ballot. If he isn't, then i agree that young people will not show up to vote this time.
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I see things like this backfiring for one simple reason, people are unpredictable. Call me a cynical optimist, lol. And to address their points.

1. Most people ARE conspiracy theorists to some degree. They don't admit it, but they've got their pet theories. This might encourage some to identify and dig a little. I inherited a conspiracy habit from my Dad as did many other people I know, one parent or the other.

2. Most younger people are actually quite well read and stuff goes viral. Then they talk about it with the bridge generation AND their parents. Since they're better read and "friends" to their parents, they carry more influence than previous generations over their parent's opinions.

3. If youngsters are told they're too undependable to vote, they'll do it to prove those sons of bitches wrong. That's not new, mind you... that's being young. You've still got the stick it to the man fight in you :)
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There is a conspiracy that Ron Paul is attached to...the conspiracy to defame Ron Paul. It's utterly disgusting how the media works so hard to veer voters away. It's going to be an uphill battle to get this man elected. This is truly an epic battle of good and evil and I am afraid to see the day where a Romney, Obama, Gingrich, Perry, Santorum rule the "free" world for the next four years.
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