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Naraku
11-02-2007, 05:01 PM
It just happened on Tucker Carlson. They were talking about Ron Paul and the guy brought up November 5th!

paulitics
11-02-2007, 06:23 PM
It just happened on Tucker Carlson. They were talking about Ron Paul and the guy brought up November 5th!

more like ridiculed it.

NinjaPirate
11-02-2007, 07:16 PM
It caught Tucker off guard.

Ridiculous
11-02-2007, 07:53 PM
How many times did I say choosing the 5th was a bad idea....


Educated people are going to make the Guy Fawkes association very easily. It says "Remember the 5th of November" on the top of the 4th site.

"Remember the 5th of November" is the beginning of a famous English poem about the Gunpowder plot that Fawkes was involved with. So even though the V references have been removed, the Guy Fawkes association is at the top of the page.

paulitics
11-02-2007, 08:38 PM
How many times did I say choosing the 5th was a bad idea....


Educated people are going to make the Guy Fawkes association very easily. It says "Remember the 5th of November" on the top of the 4th site.

"Remember the 5th of November" is the beginning of a famous English poem about the Gunpowder plot that Fawkes was involved with. So even though the V references have been removed, the Guy Fawkes association is at the top of the page.

don't you think its because guys like whoever from the Daily Paul hyped it up and marketed it the MSM as Guy Falkes day. November 5th can mean alot of different things to alot of people.

realitywiz
11-02-2007, 08:40 PM
The other guy with Tucker sounded like he didn't know what he was talking about. This kind of ridiculing won't have a strong effect.


Every notice how the bad guys never make any sense? Like when someone is trying to ridicule Ron Paul, they clearly sound like an idiot.



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SwordOfShannarah
11-02-2007, 08:53 PM
How many times did I say choosing the 5th was a bad idea....


Educated people are going to make the Guy Fawkes association very easily. It says "Remember the 5th of November" on the top of the 4th site.

"Remember the 5th of November" is the beginning of a famous English poem about the Gunpowder plot that Fawkes was involved with. So even though the V references have been removed, the Guy Fawkes association is at the top of the page.

The fact that you are claiming "vindication" is a total joke. Ron Paul is endorsing this now as well- so get out of the way!!!

We don't care what the MSM says- because we are more powerful than them. Get that through your head.