Says a typical warmongering, State-shilling WaPoite, who calls Ron a "nut":
"Wednesday night’s debate proved that the country’s news gatekeepers were right to begin with — best to ignore this chap. The media 'correction' is what now requires a correction. As The Washington Post’s Charles Lane explained yesterday, Paul’s ideas are loopy and baseless. The 'silver dime' moment, the air-conditioning-FEMA moment, the Sept. 11-guns moment — how close to the White House could a guy with these ideas ever get?"
Won't you be surprised? But at least David Sirota's statement on why Ron is ignored is reproduced (to ridicule it, of course):
"Because Ron Paul doesn’t fit the narrative. And we were talking about other narratives that are embedded in our media debate in this country, our political debate.
"Ron Paul is an antiwar, pro-drug legalization, pro-civil liberties Republican. That doesn’t fit into not just Republican politics, it frankly, unfortunately, doesn’t really fit into Democratic politics either. And so he’s being sort of written out of the story because he can’t be put through the prism, necessarily, of that red versus blue, summer-camp-color-war idea that dominates so much of our politics.
"It’s really sad, because here is a guy who has had political success, who, by every other metric that any candidate would be judged by, would be included as a front-runner, or at least in the debate about who is going to win or could win the Republican nomination."