Jan 5, 2008

naked bias against Ron Paul

Wow... this is a pretty unsubtle take on a guy who's polling ahead of Giuliani in the state in which the two shared a stage:
Paul, mounting a quixotic campaign, stuck to his insistence that the war should end.
Though Paul may be a different sort of Republican candidate, his supporters are loyal and mobile and loud, and he's got as much of a chance as any of the other second-tier candidates. It's patently unfair to uniquely label his campaign "quixotic."

3 comments:

Sina said...

WOW! I love Ron Paul...he always says whats on his mind...and he is so frank...he deserves to win but the sad thing is that he doesn't even have a chance...

oh yeah and by the way..i sent you guys an email (decorabilia@hotmail.com) and it is VERY urgent...

LD n00b said...

As Ron paul has the endorsment of a white-supremist group, I'd say hes pretty much shot. Americans may vote dumb some times, but I doubt they'll vote for a Nazi. The only reason more people don't realize this is because they don't percieve him as having much of a chance anyway; if he started winning in the polls the media will start publicizing it.

Jim Anderson said...

Unsavory groups endorse candidates all the time, which has nothing to do with whether the candidate desires, appreciates, or condones the endorsement. I've seen no direct evidence that Paul harbors any fascist sentiments, only unsubstantiated smears and innuendoes. I find that distressing, and I'm not even a Paul supporter.