Wednesday, May 16, 2007

"They set Ron Paul Up"

Giuliani Up, McCain Up, Romney Down, and Ron Paul Out — Way Out
A strange turn at the South Carolina GOP debate.

By Byron York

Columbia, South Carolina — For a man who had just grabbed the spotlight in a nationally televised presidential debate, Ron Paul seemed a little, well, defensive. A few minutes after the debate ended here at the University of South Carolina, Paul, a Republican congressman from Texas, ventured into the Spin Room to talk to reporters, only to find that they wanted to know whether he really blamed the United States for the September 11 terrorist attacks. Click here for more.

Editor's Note: We The People need to convene a "National Debate On The Events of 9/11" and see who, among the candidates from both parties attends and/or just stays away.


Blogger Tyler Moore said...

Giuliani Up, McCain Up, Romney Down, and Ron Paul Out — Way Out

What. Zee. Frak?

Instant Messenger Polls last night:

Giuliani 17%
McCain 2%
Romney 27%
Ron Paul 27%

Motherfrakkers! What do they take us for? Idiots?

11:41 AM  
Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

I couldn't help but email the author after reading this.

Aside from the usual hit campaign against Ron Paul, the Fox News debate was a farce.

Judging by the applause Rudy Giuliani received after attacking Ron Paul's statements on the cause behind 9/11, I'd say the majority of the American people have no hope. They deserve to get what they support, unfortunately the rest of us would have to live with it.

1:18 PM  
Blogger TrueLogic said...

Giuliani, Being knighted by the Queen... Does in fact make him inelligable to Hold any office, let alone the Presidency, in Our United States...

So says the Constitution.

Our Alleged Leaders are Causing our Nation to Hemorrhage and Die!

Our Constitution means nothing to most of them... And Bush should be IMPEACHED NOW!


I must express... That this is only my opinion... And merits no action on my part, or by any Member of My Family. However... It is still, MY OPINION... and the Opinion of Others Nation Wide.

4:45 PM  
Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

It's really too bad that "National Review" (NR), founded by a true Conservative, has been taken over by NeoCons. The author of this piece is towing the NeoCon line in his attack on Paul.

In 1964, when I worked my ass off for the Goldwater campaign, NR was a publication with integrity...and a supporter of our Republic. It has devolved into a minion of the Corporatocracy. Thank God William F. Buckley, Jr. cannot be blamed...he is no longer active in the management of NR. Buckley was one of the first Conservatives to say that Iraq was a mistake...and a huge mess.

3:56 AM  

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