Someone Tell Ron Paul!

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    I'm sure they will. Now that RP has, like, $20 less than Thompson, Romney and Giuliani, he doesn't have the excuse of "no money to hire staff"...
     
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    What's in it for Paul?

    Glenn Beck's ratings are horrible. The only people who would even SEE the damn interview would be Ron's supporters. And all he's done so far is been a condescending, contemptuous asshole to Ron. He's equated RP supporters to 'terrorists'. He's a fucking fruitcake and offers NOTHING to ANY candidate's campaign whatsoever.

    Ron is doing just fine without Glenn's worthless offer.

    Why are you so obsessed with Ron Kathianne? You talk about him more than I do lately. You must really be scared that he's got a shot to win, or you wouldn't even be bothering to waste your time.

    Thanks for the publicity though.
     
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    Why is Ron so afraid of the conservatives, Paulaticus?
     
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    And why does he run as a Republican many ask when Ron Paul has stated that he won't support any other Republican if nominated because they are war lovers? Because if he ran as a Democrat, they would cast him out like the Dems did to Senator Lieberman,..who ran as an independent in his state and still won, but continues to claim he is a Democrat in the likes of JFK, and FDR! Ron Paul is a punk, hiding behind the Republican hope. Not ever in his wildest dreams will he get nominated as a Republican!
     
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    And an anti-semite, which probably leads to being an bigot regarding other minorities.
     
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    im not a huge ron paul supporter myself, but i do like how he mixes things up. that being said, skatianne must be the dumbest broad in the room, because without a doubt she is calling him an anti-semite because he wants to cut israeli access to the money tree. admit it, or at least go ask whoever told you he was an anti-semite to admit that is why.
     
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    Glenn Beck reminds me of the know it alls who grew up in luxury and now think their experience is the experience of the world. Obnoxious, arrogant bull tosser. But Paul should accept as it is great opportunity regardless of the circumstances.
     
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    Glenn Beck viewers are almost universally pro-Bush, pro-Iraq war, pro-torture.


    As a politician campaigning for office, Ron Paul is not going to change any minds, nor get any more potential voters in his camp by using his time on the Beck show.

    This isn't rocket science. It's standard political campaigning.
     
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    Shit, I thought the dude was cancelled months ago.

    The only reason I even had a fresh thought about the guy was because he started jumping on the smeer RP bandwagon. Thanks for the publicity though Beck. As they say, any publicity is good publicity.

    He's probably been enjoying a ratings spike from this as well. For that, he ought to THANK Ron. Otherwise, he'd be languishing with his usual bare minimum ratings threshold that apparently keeps him from actually BEING cancelled.

    Won't be long though.
     

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