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mello
04-10-2008, 11:29 PM
I was watching the most recent elimination show & they showed clips of Clinton, Mccain & Obama talking about Idol Gives Back. No Paul.

A-holes!

satchelmcqueen
04-11-2008, 09:33 PM
Screw em!

HOLLYWOOD
04-12-2008, 01:34 PM
I was watching the most recent elimination show & they showed clips of Clinton, Mccain & Obama talking about Idol Gives Back. No Paul.

A-holes!

It's FAUX! FOX runs IDOL and Political Dictation! There's even a Verbal Memo around FOX to exclude and discount anything related with RON PAUL!

I wish someone could get a copy of the "Minutes" from that senior FOX meeting!

Kotin
04-12-2008, 01:37 PM
like Ron Paul would have anything to say about American Idol Worship...


he would probably bring up monetary policy.

Dark_Horse_Rider
04-12-2008, 03:03 PM
American Idle ?

forsmant
04-12-2008, 03:07 PM
That show is still going? How many Idols do we need?

NathanTurner
04-12-2008, 03:10 PM
The reason that Ron Paul is by and large ignored in the media is pretty simple; he doesn't fill the air with empty rhetoric like most other politicians. He tells it like it is: he gives the reasons why the country is in the shape it is, and how these problems can be solved. Unfortunately, this is usually much too deep for the average audience, especially those who regularly watch "reality TV." They don't care about monetary policy; they don't know the difference between hard money and fiat currency; and they don't understand on a practical level how the debasement of our current money will personally affect them. They just want more contradictory promises, and more "sound bytes" that they can listen to and go away feeling safer and more secure while their liberty and prosperity is taken away, piece by piece.

Until the country as a whole becomes more self-reliant and takes a greater part in their government and economy, we can expect Ron Paul and the principles he stands for to be ignored and brushed aside.

Paul or not at all
04-16-2008, 06:35 PM
they didnt have hugh cort either. or nader. or mckinley. or alan keyes. or gravel. they cant have every longshot.

qh4dotcom
04-20-2008, 04:33 PM
Jay Leno couldn't have said it better on April 17th

"How many of you watched the debate last night?" Few cheers (The Democratic debate)
"How many of you watched American Idol last night?" Plenty of loud cheers

Then Leno said

"You get the government you deserve"

Kludge
04-20-2008, 04:36 PM
Jay Leno couldn't have said it better on April 17th

"How many of you watched the debate last night?" Few cheers (The Democratic debate)
"How many of you watched American Idol last night?" Plenty of loud cheers

Then Leno said

"You get the government you deserve"

Lol.... Harsh. Maybe he attracts Republicans to his show.

SimpleName
04-22-2008, 05:17 PM
Of course Faux would display such ignorance. Time Warner, Disney, News Corp., GE, New York Times, Washington Post...they have all done a magnificent job of ignoring Ron. And now, the WWE as well according to the other thread. lol. Nothing much else to say. Say nonsense.