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foofighter20x
06-19-2007, 11:22 PM
We've emailed other news shows to get Dr Paul on the air... Why not on the show of the journalist who does the most news and exposť pieces on the continuing attacks on civil liberties, a message of disdain over it that agrees with what's in our platform?

email address is: countdown@msnbc.com

angrydragon
06-19-2007, 11:27 PM
Yah, why not...

austinphish
06-20-2007, 07:04 AM
I think Olberman is a Socialist too. I will send an email though.

austinphish
06-20-2007, 07:11 AM
You fancy yourself a defender of civil liberties so why not have the Libertarian running for President on your show – or at least talk about his rise on the internet or his brave attacks on the Republican Party? The MSM is missing out on a major story, and the root of its silence is very suspicious. Do you only like to talk about liberty if it is coming from the mouth of a Democrat?

Sincerely,
Michael Holt
Austin, TX

RonPaul4President
06-20-2007, 08:57 AM
I sent him an email about 3 weeks ago. No reply.

tsoldrin
06-24-2007, 10:24 PM
Help get Ron Paul on Countdown with Keith Olbermann (http://tsoldrin.blogspot.com/2007/06/help-get-ron-paul-on-countdown-with.html)

richard1984
06-29-2007, 02:49 AM
I liked Olbermann until the debate on MSNBC, at which time I lost a great deal of respect for the man. At first I expected everyone to be blown away by Dr. Paul, but then dim reality set in. I thought that Olbermann would at least acknowledge the fact that Dr. Paul is the only candidate who has even mentioned so many important issues that everyone else is afraid to touch--and he does so honestly and intelligently. Apparently he doesn't got for truth, though. Olbermann's a tool (albeit, not the worst) just like all of his other cronies in the MSM. How depressing.

RonPaulGetsIt
06-29-2007, 03:00 AM
I liked Olbermann until the debate on MSNBC, at which time I lost a great deal of respect for the man. At first I expected everyone to be blown away by Dr. Paul, but then dim reality set in. I thought that Olbermann would at least acknowledge the fact that Dr. Paul is the only candidate who has even mentioned so many important issues that everyone else is afraid to touch--and he does so honestly and intelligently. Apparently he doesn't got for truth, though. Olbermann's a tool (albeit, not the worst) just like all of his other cronies in the MSM. How depressing.

Yeah I too was disappointed with Olbermann after the debate. It didn't make any sense. Here was a man saying bravely defending freedom and the Constitution and Olbermann gave him no mention whatsoever. To me it seemed like he had marching orders and wanted to keep his job.