Daily Archives: August 12, 2011
Writes Gary North: When the New York Times runs this kind of photo, we know: the fix is in.
Pay no attention to the straw poll because Ron will do well, which goes against the constitution of the regime: war, redistribution, the police state.
Writes Mark Brandly: 12 minutes into the Limbaugh's show today, Rush, more than once, described Ron Paul as "nuts on parade," and asserted, obviously irritated, that Ron Paul "will destroy the Republican party." I hope he's right.
Or so the neocon mag in effect predicts in a well-written and well-thought-out piece. (Thanks to Johnny Kramer)
The results: 1st - Ron Paul 44% 2nd - Herman Cain 16% 3rd - Michele Bachmann 10% 4th - Rick Perry 8% 5th - (tie) Tim Pawlenty and Mitt Romney 5% 7th - Sarah Palin 4% 8th - "Someone Else" … Continue reading
Thanks to Tom Woods for this: Ron is the 3rd hottest search today, showing that people paid attention to the debate, despite "the horror of the other candidates and the Soviet-style approach of the media," as Daniel McAdams outs it.
Writes Tom Woods: Let them have their red states and blue states. Now we have our green states.
After snubbing him for 29 years at their annual monetary conference, the Koch Bros. have invited Ron to be the keynote speaker this time, a position usually taken by Greenspan, Bernanke, or some other central banker. The oligarchs fear him … Continue reading
Rick Perry and his praetorian guard of conniving neocons: See Justin Raimondo on the monster from Texas. UPDATE from Jim May: No worries about Rick Perry. There's no way America would elect a former college cheerleading, do nothing, never had … Continue reading
To win the Iowa straw poll. (Thanks to Johnny Kramer) UPDATE Actually, the neocon Bachmann is ahead, but given her religion and local roots, as I have said before, I consider #2 a victory for Ron.
Writes Tom, speaking for the Revolution PAC: Once again, Ron Paul distinguished himself in a Republican presidential debate by telling Americans the truth, answering the questions he was asked, and refusing to treat his countrymen like ten-year-olds who should be … Continue reading