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Newt Gingrich: False Conservative

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It’s hard to beleive how many candidates the media has pulled out and promoted as a front-runner candidate for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination. All the while, Ron Paul continues to get the cold shoulder in the major media even as his campaign begins to really gather steam. Romney has been a favorite from the beginning with his teflon personality and plastic mug shot a favorite among the news pundits. Perry was a flash in the pan, followed by a seriously flawed Cain and now Newt Gingrich is back on stage. Newt Gingrich is a very dangerous alternative. I am providing a video recap of who Newt Gingrich is and a collection of articles recapping his pro-establishment career.

Reference: Newt Gingrich File

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December 3, 2011 at 11:13 am

America: Don’t Let the Media Pick Your President Again

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In the 2008 campaign, we were bombarded with the “Yes We Can” message of Barack Obama. Now in the 2012 campaign we hear “Ron Paul Can’t Win”. Where have I heard that before. Oh, I know. It was 60 years ago, the last time a main-line, grass-roots, well-organized Republican Candidate with a bona fide chance to win the white house ran on a NON-INTERVENTIONIST platform. I am speaking of Robert Taft.

You see, if wall street is threatened by a candidate they simply ignore them in the press or outright attack the candidate. The democratic party under Woodrow Wilson really exacerbated the Interventionist foreign policy. After WWI the people elected three consecutive Republican presidents as there was considerable backlash to the war. Even FDR ran under the pledge to keep America out of the European Wars.

By the time the election of 1952 rolled around, the democrats had controlled the white house for 20 consecutive years under an interventionist foreign policy which included entry into WWII and a foray into the Korean War without congressional declaration. It was Robert Taft who ran a campaign to end the insanity and revert back to the pre WWI foreign policy that the United States was founded upon. The destruction of the Taft Campaign damaged the conservative wing of the Republican Party. Eisenhower, Nixon, and Reagan were all by-products of the Eisenhower victory. Ford and the Bushes were an indirect result. The interventionist foreign policy of the democrats was adopted. We have had 60 years of bi-partisan foreign policy and it is time to break the grip of Wall Street.

War is money, and the Wall Street bankers stood to make a lot of money by financing both sides of future wars. They were not about to let Taft rain on their parade. The press got rolling once Eisenhower was convinced to join the race for the Republican nomination. We see the same pattern today. Rick Perry joined the race and the “Ron Paul Can’t Win” mantra has started. Do you think there is any animosity between the Wall Street bankers and Ron Paul? One of his key platform issues is for ending the Federal Reserve system.

I was able to dig up some source documentation. Take a look at the attached articles. They reveal the attitude of the New York Times towards Robert Taft and the campaign to derail his nomination bid. We must learn from history.

Reference: Arthur Hays Sulzberger, editor and publisher of the NY Times on the Taft Candidacy:19520418-Sulzberger-UofP
Reference: The New York Times “Taft Can’t Win” Propaganda Sheet: NY Times

*** UPDATE *** See Time Magazine 9-5-2011 Article: Ron Paul Prophet. Aparently Time is right on cue with an attempt to discredit Dr. Paul. Unfortunately I do not have access to the article as I do not subscribe to the rag.

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August 16, 2011 at 12:52 pm

Ron Paul: A 21st Century Thomas Jefferson

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August 5, 2011 at 12:22 pm

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Is Ron Paul Electable?

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2012 Presidential Candidate Ron PaulIs Ron Paul Electable? I keep hearing this question. I don’t think there has been a politician in my lifetime with the degree of consistency this man has. How brave is he? Does he ever shirk his duty to defend the constitution from enemies both foreign and domestic? Every chance he has to take the easy way out he refuses. He says the unpopular thing when it needs to be said. He simple knows right from wrong and does the right thing as he knows it.

Now, I can answer the question. Is Ron Paul electable? Of course Ron Paul is electable but that is the wrong question. The question that needs to be asked is “Who is the best man for the United States of America right now?” That’s the guy you need to vote for. If you know the answer to that question, you should write his name in if he is not on the ballot. That’s your duty.

Who give’s a damn if the guy you voted for is not elected? Did you vote for the best guy? Did you do, as Ron Paul always does, the right thing for the sake of being right? Electability doesn’t even enter the equation as far as I am concerned. If Americans would just do what is right and not worry about how many other people agree, you might find that those pundits that tell you that a certain candidate can’t win are wrong.

Here is Thomas E Woods Jr correcting the Mother Jones Article that tried to alienate Ron Paul from the voters:

Here is his resource page: http://www.tomwoods.com/motherjones/

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June 6, 2011 at 1:12 am

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Fox News Distorts Ron Paul’s CPAC Straw Poll Victory

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Ron Paul won the CPAC presidential straw poll for the second year in a row. Last year Mitt Romney supporters booed the results. This year the result was warmly received. Fox News used last years announcement clip when reporting this year’s result. I wonder why they would do a thing like that? Have a look at the reliability of your mass media.

On Topic: Looks Like Yahoo  is now reporting this.

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February 16, 2011 at 4:46 pm

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