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wongster
01-24-2008, 10:27 PM
He just said huckabee did the best job tonight and have won him over... wtf... this two timing asshole

Jeremy
01-24-2008, 10:28 PM
Huck did a lot better than McCain and Romney imo

Michigan11
01-24-2008, 10:28 PM
Nooooooo, did he say that really?

Luft97
01-24-2008, 10:28 PM
No surprise really.

JoeySweets
01-24-2008, 10:29 PM
Stand up for the good Dr, tucker,

you have to admit, he was probably told by the honchos to lighten up on his Paul love.

he's got to keep his job right.

Dorfsmith
01-24-2008, 10:29 PM
He just said huckabee did the best job tonight and have won him over... wtf... this two timing asshole

Just wait until huck not only takes away his prostitutes in Vegas but also his porn online :D

tarabyte
01-24-2008, 10:29 PM
Well at least Tucker is voting for RP, more than I can say for most of the other media pundits.

RonPaulFTFW
01-24-2008, 10:30 PM
wow.
what a fuck steak piece of shit.

i hate that bastard.

mongoose
01-24-2008, 10:30 PM
Even if he favors Paul, he has to be seen as objective, correct? If he is always pro-Paul on everything they will demote him to the mail room.

slantedview
01-24-2008, 10:30 PM
i've told you guys over and over again.

trust.
no.
one.

WarningSLO
01-24-2008, 10:31 PM
No he was saying that Huckabee was TRYING to win him over on the fair tax and appreciated that Huck was at least trying to explain a real position.

Dorfsmith
01-24-2008, 10:31 PM
i've told you guys over and over again.

trust.
no.
one.

I base my life on that motto!

tarabyte
01-24-2008, 10:31 PM
Even if he favors Paul, he has to be seen as objective, correct? If he is always pro-Paul on everything they will demote him to the mail room.

Yeah, don't hate so much on Tucker, he's one of our few friends in the MSM.

Dibold
01-24-2008, 10:31 PM
Paul always does horribly. Paul never makes jokes, shows no emotion whatsoever. Doesn't stand up for himself or show any leadership abillities.

He makes a good congressman, but being president takes leadership abilities.

kirkblitz
01-24-2008, 10:31 PM
who the hell am i gonna watch on tv now? HBO

RSLudlum
01-24-2008, 10:31 PM
he's giving his honest opinion. Paul didn't get enough time to be declared a "winner". MSNBC knows that if you aren't given a chance to play you can't win.

Cindy
01-24-2008, 10:32 PM
Tucker now just said, when asked by Chris who he thought won,

I don't see him having a future as the republican nominee, but yeah, very charming guy and I see him being very likable by the Republican Party.

Tucker is tripping he is back in Highschool or something

DanK
01-24-2008, 10:32 PM
Actually, he said Huckabee actually did a pretty good job explaining one of his positions, which most of the candidates didn't. He actually said it didn't necessarily win him over, but it was clear Huckabee was trying to.

Something really non-committal like that. He also said that no one really stood out, he didn't think anyone would change in the rankings. Seems pretty unbiased to me, actually.

Eponym_mi
01-24-2008, 10:32 PM
I respect his answer. RP didn't stand out tonight...because they left him out.

WarningSLO
01-24-2008, 10:33 PM
He makes a good congressman, but being a TV president takes fake charm and charisma.

Fixed it for you.

akalucas
01-24-2008, 10:33 PM
i was watching with 4 other people, two which are democrats and they all said Romney did the best overall. They did say though Pauls last answer was very good.

ScotTX
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
F tUCKER.

maqsur
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
Paul always does horribly. Paul never makes jokes, shows no emotion whatsoever. Doesn't stand up for himself or show any leadership abillities.

He makes a good congressman, but being president takes leadership abilities.

That's harsh man! I actually think Dr. Paul was calm, collected, and intelligent. I could care less if my president can crack a joke. Who gives a shit? I want my president to know what the f-ck he is talking about, not be a court jester.

Dibold
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
I respect his answer. RP didn't stand out tonight...because they left him out.

They would stop leaving him out if Ron Paul grew some testicles and spoke up.

CrownThyGood
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
SHUT UUUUUPP!!! don't tell me that ravenous ron paul supporters has nothing to do with why they sometimes dis paul. msnbc should be told about their unfair platform tonight but do it in a constructive manner. wave a flag.. no just a bunch of name calling.

calm down.

w2992
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
Tucker did pick the least viable dog killer candidate to take away from the others.

evadmurd
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
I really hope Tucker has trouble sleeping tonight.

XelR8r
01-24-2008, 10:34 PM
GOOD....Tucker is an asshat...Now the press can ask sHuck if he will distance himself from the endorsement of a person who frequents whore houses.........

NMCB3
01-24-2008, 10:35 PM
Paul always does horribly. Paul never makes jokes, shows no emotion whatsoever. Doesn't stand up for himself or show any leadership abillities.

He makes a good congressman, but being president takes leadership abilities.Go fuck yourself. :cool:

JGalt
01-24-2008, 10:35 PM
That worthless, two-timing son of a b****.

tarabyte
01-24-2008, 10:36 PM
They would stop leaving him out if Ron Paul grew some testicles and spoke up.

Whatever, he criticizes Ben Bernanke on national TV to his face, and he doesn't have..."balls"?

Delain
01-24-2008, 10:36 PM
Tucker is a backstabing establishment-whore, so what else is new? :D

Jim_Karr
01-24-2008, 10:37 PM
I thought he said Huck did better than he expected. And tried to win him over.

improv241
01-24-2008, 10:37 PM
It's ok. It's the truth. Paul did NOT win. Get over it.

Go ahead and send him hate mail and see if he continues to support Paul on a daily basis.

Soccrmastr
01-24-2008, 10:38 PM
Tucker is always a little on the gray area. People just stay away from him.

Goldwater Conservative
01-24-2008, 10:39 PM
Even if he favors Paul, he has to be seen as objective, correct? If he is always pro-Paul on everything they will demote him to the mail room.

If they want him to be objective why would they ask him his opinion?

billyjoeallen
01-24-2008, 10:40 PM
Tucker has fucked us over from the beginning.

1.He snuck the hookers into Dr P's Pharump, NV press conference and got him all that bad press.

2. He interviewed Kirchick the night before the TNR smearpiece hit the fan.

3. He had Nick Gillespie, former editor of tReason on his show to trash Paul.

Tucker never was trustworthy. He was never loyal. He is a tool.

jasonuher
01-24-2008, 10:40 PM
Look guys, you can't have it both ways; either Tucker has the balls to say he supports Paul; or there is no MSM blackout. If Tucker came flat out and said "Ron Paul is always the winner; cause he is the smartest" they would stop asking him questions. It would seem to me that he is subtley swaying arguments in RP's direction without saying it outright (not tonight, but usually).

Also, Tucker said he though Huck did the best; but he also said that Huck wouldn't get the nom; planting the seeds of doubt the same way the rest of the media does for Paul.

Trust me, Tucker is doing the best he can to pull for Paul while maintaining his pulpit to do it from. It's a fine balance.

Jae0
01-24-2008, 10:41 PM
I still like Tucker.

Delain
01-24-2008, 10:42 PM
Tucker has fucked us over from the beginning.

1.He snuck the hookers into Dr P's Pharump, NV press conference and got him all that bad press.

2. He interviewed Kirchick the night before the TNR smearpiece hit the fan.

3. He had Nick Gillespie, former editor of tReason on his show to trash Paul.

Tucker never was trustworthy. He was never loyal. He is a tool.

+1

Son of a banker.

mongoose
01-24-2008, 10:42 PM
Look guys, you can't have it both ways; either Tucker has the balls to say he supports Paul; or there is no MSM blackout. If Tucker came flat out and said "Ron Paul is always the winner; cause he is the smartest" they would stop asking him questions. It would seem to me that he is subtley swaying arguments in RP's direction without saying it outright (not tonight, but usually).

Also, Tucker said he though Huck did the best; but he also said that Huck wouldn't get the nom; planting the seeds of doubt the same way the rest of the media does for Paul.

Trust me, Tucker is doing the best he can to pull for Paul while maintaining his pulpit to do it from. It's a fine balance.


I agree w/ this.

CrownThyGood
01-24-2008, 10:43 PM
think about it ppl

he down played mccain .. and he didn't prop up the the so called top 2. he said romney was just pretty much the same. why be mad over that?
Once one of the others drops out he have more of a chance to talk about him .. you know he does .. but the way this thing has been set up he is probably wanting to keep his job. we need guys like him.

Jim_Karr
01-24-2008, 10:43 PM
I thought Fred did allright tonight also. Had to say that. I can't believe they didn't try to bring him into this after the debate. Russert "I think Fred did very well also,Lets take another look."
I never noticed that about Ron Paul and the blackout. I to would be very pissed off. I am sure when I get into the full Ron Paul swing ,I will be there with you all.

fmontez
01-24-2008, 10:43 PM
He just said huckabee did the best job tonight and have won him over... wtf... this two timing asshole

Huckabee and Romney won tonight... by a large margin. Huckabee is likable and funny, he is sure appealing to the common joe on the street.

Gimme Some Truth
01-24-2008, 10:44 PM
sigh , are you kids?

Damn , you sound like jealous little schoolgirls. Is Tucker not allowed to express his opinion now? Is he not allowed to talk about anyone but Ron?

I think Huckabee did ok tonight. Bring on the schoolgirl wrath!

Jae0
01-24-2008, 10:44 PM
I thought Fred did allright tonight also. Had to say that. I can't believe they didn't try to bring him into this after the debate. Russert "I think Fred did very well also,Lets take another look."
I never noticed that about Ron Paul and the blackout. I to would be very pissed off. I am sure when I get into the full Ron Paul swing ,I will be there with you all.

FRED?

tarabyte
01-24-2008, 10:44 PM
I thought Fred did allright tonight also. Had to say that. I can't believe they didn't try to bring him into this after the debate. Russert "I think Fred did very well also,Lets take another look."
I never noticed that about Ron Paul and the blackout. I to would be very pissed off. I am sure when I get into the full Ron Paul swing ,I will be there with you all.

Yeah fred did great. his ghost was whispering "raise taxes" to romney.

Jim_Karr
01-24-2008, 10:46 PM
FRED?

My old candidate. Big head Thompson. LMAO

fmontez
01-24-2008, 10:52 PM
If he's saying what he believes, why are we mad at him?

There are mostly good forum posters on here, but there are a lot of fringers/truthers/haters that attack anyone that doesn't agree with them (notice I wrote "them" not Dr. Paul, they typically don't care about RP at all.) Ignore them...

Feel free to not hate the other candidates... I bet Dr. Paul doesn't hate them.

SeanEdwards
01-24-2008, 11:00 PM
I thought the huckster had a good night too. He responded well to the criticism of the fair tax I thought, and he had that stupid folksy charm thing turned up full blast. It sure would be nice if Paul could whip out some of those mocking little quips and rejoinders that make the others guys look foolish in an amusing way. But it seems that is not his style. Sometimes Paul seems far too polite.

Barney
01-24-2008, 11:26 PM
Tucker is a plant.

Yes, he paid some lip service when Paul was nowhere and no threat to the establishment. But when the campaign started catching fire, he started changing his tune.

Bringing a pimp and a couple of hookers to Paul's media event was suspicious. But when he went at length explaining how his hotel alarm didn't go off, he was late which led to him calling Hof just totally gave him away. I know it's Vegas, but I doubt a cab is harder to come by than a pimp and some hookers in a stretch limo.

I know it ain't a big deal to RP supporters, but the stunt was meant to convert you. It was aimed at the value voters who are flocking to the Huckster when Paul is the true saint on values.

And it was Tucker who invited New Republic's Jamie Kirchick to do his racist hit piece on Paul just days before the New Hampshire primary.

Don't be fooled by this rat.

amy31416
01-24-2008, 11:28 PM
Stand up for the good Dr, tucker,

you have to admit, he was probably told by the honchos to lighten up on his Paul love.

he's got to keep his job right.

Naw. We need more principled people in this world who will stand up for what they believe in no matter what.

No slack here.

Joe3113
01-24-2008, 11:29 PM
i've told you guys over and over again.

trust.
no.
one.

+100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

amy31416
01-24-2008, 11:32 PM
sigh , are you kids?

Damn , you sound like jealous little schoolgirls. Is Tucker not allowed to express his opinion now? Is he not allowed to talk about anyone but Ron?

I think Huckabee did ok tonight. Bring on the schoolgirl wrath!

Hey now, most of you are schoolboys, let's try to get that right.

After all, there's been many complaints about the lack of women who support Ron. So don't say you're a bunch of girls. You're a bunch of boys.

And of course Tucker can express his views, but why, oh why, do they change from week to week when I've been a Ron Paul supporter ever since I heard about him.

That doesn't mean that he shouldn't talk about anyone else, but he should stay true to something......anything.

pauldaman
01-24-2008, 11:37 PM
Tucker is a plant.

Yes, he paid some lip service when Paul was nowhere and no threat to the establishment. But when the campaign started catching fire, he started changing his tune.

Bringing a pimp and a couple of hookers to Paul's media event was suspicious. Tucker and pimps and hookers?! Am I missing something? When was this?

UnitedWeStand
01-24-2008, 11:44 PM
He seemed like he had been warned to not mention Ron Paul, at all-- He chose Huckabee, which did do well tonight, but was definately the "other" candidate of the poll...

I'd rather him mention Ron Paul when he can, and if he's been told to never mention him again, Im glad that he did when he could.

I'm certainly glad that he doesnt make snide comments about Ron Paul.

I think he ousted that racism story because he saw, being a media insider, that the story was about to leak elsewhere, so decided to do the story himself as to soften the blow and denounce it himself.

pinkmandy
01-24-2008, 11:47 PM
Tucker is fully on the "other side" now. He is MSM and never to be trusted again imo.

pinkmandy
01-24-2008, 11:48 PM
And I just want to add...if Tucker had balls he'd use his position to expose what is going on while on air. A real patriot would risk a career with warmongerers to save his country.

A. Havnes
01-24-2008, 11:49 PM
I don't recall him saying that Huckabee won him over. :confused: While I wished that he would have spoke kindly of Ron Paul, I was thankful that he talked about someone other than Romney. I was so sick of everyone trying to shove Romney down our throats that the minute a name other than Romney was mentioned I jumped for joy. Not literally, of course. :rolleyes:

We got it! Romney was good! Stop shoving down our throats!

austinchick
01-24-2008, 11:51 PM
They would stop leaving him out if Ron Paul grew some testicles and spoke up.

ok, why don't you watch 1988 videos of Ron Paul, he has more testicles then you'll ever know

austinchick
01-24-2008, 11:52 PM
Tucker was on DANCING with the STARS...that means a LOT

wongster
01-24-2008, 11:53 PM
Tucker was on DANCING with the STARS...that means a LOT

lololol

affa
01-24-2008, 11:56 PM
Paul always does horribly. Paul never makes jokes, shows no emotion whatsoever. Doesn't stand up for himself or show any leadership abillities.

He makes a good congressman, but being president takes leadership abilities.

In thread after thread, you are nothing but negative.

familydog
01-25-2008, 12:03 AM
If you think that somehow Tucker favors Huckabee over Paul now, you're wrong. I take it a lot of people here aren't familiar with his show and his style. He is sarcastic and uses a lot of dry humor. It was just his way of saying Huckabee did a great job tonight, and he did.

I know that the only way he will be accepted on this forum is if he kisses Ron Paul's ass every night and quits his job over media bias, but it ain't going to happen. He said numerous times he supports Ron Paul, that he has voted for him before, and will vote for him this time around. These kind of threads are rediculous.

Swmorgan77
01-25-2008, 12:29 AM
He just said huckabee did the best job tonight and have won him over... wtf... this two timing asshole

You're suprised by this?

Tucker's friendliness to Paul was always fake, as evidenced by his breaking of the two major hit pieces against Ron Paul so far in this election cycle on his show (Hookers endorsement and TNP Racism crap.)

Tucker is slick, he was never to be trusted.

Swmorgan77
01-25-2008, 12:30 AM
I know that the only way he will be accepted on this forum is if he kisses Ron Paul's ass every night and quits his job over media bias, but it ain't going to happen. He said numerous times he supports Ron Paul, that he has voted for him before, and will vote for him this time around. These kind of threads are rediculous.

I would settle for honest journalism, fair time and NOT breaking ridiculous smear pieces against Ron Paul.

Expatriate
01-25-2008, 12:49 AM
I'm getting seriously sick of DIBOLD and the other subversives trying to undermine this movement from the inside.

They first pretend to support Ron Paul, and once they have your trust, start acting like they are getting sick and tired of Ron's message. This is a very effective tactic as it gives us the impression that many real RP supporters are giving up or switching their support to other candidates.

And then there's the ones that post outrageous conspiracy theories and rant about reptilians and flying saucers so that we look like a bunch of tinfoil-hat moonbats.


Paul always does horribly. Paul never makes jokes, shows no emotion whatsoever. Doesn't stand up for himself or show any leadership abillities.

He makes a good congressman, but being president takes leadership abilities.