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Ron Paul Highlights From NBC Florida Presidential Debate - The Fed, Possible 3rd-Party Campaign, TARP, Freddie Mac

This is a very interesting clip.  Watch at least the first few minutes, as Gingrich and Paul discuss the Federal Reserve, a possible 3rd-party campaign run for Dr. Paul, Gingrich's consulting tenure for Freddie Mac, TARP, Wall Street and more.




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Jan 24, 2012 at 11:48 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Funny, Ron Paul has all the Answers, but MSM has him way down in 16th..........! Truth is thoe, hes realy at 48%...
Jan 24, 2012 at 6:06 PM | Unregistered CommenterTexas Dar
Out of George Orwell's book "1984," there is now a "Minister of Truth" that tells all the major and even minor media what the "Truth" is and when there is a Trillion dollars missing from the Defense Dept. budget and probably another Trillion missing somewhere else that is a lot of "argument for persuasion" as to what the Truth is............www.SilvertonGold.org............
For a Doctor in The House, vote Ron Paul, 1st, 2nd or 3rd party!
Jan 24, 2012 at 7:02 PM | Unregistered CommenterLeo McCormick
"By using his State of the Union speech to draw sharp contrasts with Republicans..."


Wow. That MSM article required only 15 or so words to announce itself as total rubbish. What a time-saver.

As for the speech itself, Obama wasted no time exposing his breathtaking inconsistency, touting his bailout bets on the banks paid off nearly in the same breath that he used to disavow all future bailouts.

The man is a total jackass. He'd read fortune cookies off his teleprompter if his handlers told him to.
Jan 24, 2012 at 11:54 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
"He'd read fortune cookies off his teleprompter if his handlers told him to. "

Cheyenne, embracing the e'er lame and extremely tiresome teleprompter meme demeans your respected name. You make some strong and legitimate criticisms of Obama, but by embracing this particular one, you drag yourself down to the mouth-breathers. Will you next start spouting off about Teh Birf Certificate? One hopes not.

I thought this episode would have ended the teleprompter nonsense once and for all,


but some zombie memes are hard to kill.
Jan 25, 2012 at 11:04 AM | Unregistered CommenterSomething Polish
As for the speech itself, Obama wasted no time exposing his breathtaking inconsistency, touting his bailout bets on the banks paid off nearly in the same breath that he used to disavow all future bailouts.


Noticed the same thing. I just kept saying 'bullshit' as I watched.
Jan 25, 2012 at 12:40 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail

In the context of last night's speech, I had the same thought about the teleprompter, especially when you compare Obama's speaking ability with and without. The guy is a genius with a script, and pretty lame without one, which several live clips have proven. You have to understand the frustration some of us feel when we hear the constant lies, albeit presented so eloquently.
Jan 25, 2012 at 12:47 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Puppet, nothing more...
Jan 25, 2012 at 12:51 PM | Unregistered CommenterJosie
Something Polish--

'fraid a two year-old link to an a 2nd-hand account of a puppet show debate won't wash the teleprompter label off the man. It fits O lie a glove for a reason--he needs the teleprompter more than a fetus needs its umbilical cord.

The man is scared to death of press conferences--where questioners are pre-screened for softball pitches in the first instance. That's why he waited OVER A MONTH to take questions on the Gulf Oil Spill disaster. And that press conference showed quite clearly his fear was rational.

At another press conference, with Sarkozy, a reported shouted a question: did Obama agree with the French position on the Middle East? Obama's response? "Bon jour"

Obama's non-responsive nonsense elicited a follow-up question, of course:

Q. Is that a "no comment"?
A. No comment.

The man is a DISASTER on his feet. That's why he's relegated to utterances behind a teleprompter. It's one of the few things he's ever earned.
Jan 25, 2012 at 12:55 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Am I not frustrated? When was this not abundantly clear? I too have a huge problem with the lies and the bullshit and the snuggling with banksters and the Supreme Ruler can lock up citizens with a nod and a wink and the hey hey hey it kills me. But the moment one drops the word "teleprompter", they immediately wade into Fox News Demographic (i.e., mouth-breather) quicksand*. Best to stay on the high ground and avoid that territory; there be douchebags. That was my singular point above.

I don't usually bother with SOTUs, as they have always been utterly contrived, prepackaged, predictable stale oatmeal. (Hell, the script is now released ahead of time when the clock strikes the right hour: "America totally rocks! [wait for applause]".)

This preview from the awesome Mr. Pierce was spot on:


The kicker:
"I suspect that tonight we're going to get the statesman. It would be the smart move, given the clown show being played out on the other side in Florida. I would advise against any drinking game that requires you to drink whenever the word "sacrifice" is mentioned, especially if you have to get up early for work tomorrow. I think we'll hear some eloquent head-fakes concerning income inequality and the brutally unfair tilt of the economy upwards, and some concrete proposals to fight off the evil Deficit Monster. I suspect we will hear "Washington" and "Congress" decried for partisanship and delay. We will be told how great we are again. People will cheer. Some clumsy Republican street theater may break out in the chamber. But the sense of the lost moment will hang heavily, one more time, and nobody out in the land will realize that it is not Barack Obama's moment that was lost, but our own."

*Can I trust everyone not to conflate correlation with causation here? Thanks in advance.
Jan 25, 2012 at 1:13 PM | Unregistered CommenterSomething Polish
"It's one of the few things he's ever earned. "

Oh boy...
Jan 25, 2012 at 1:23 PM | Unregistered CommenterSomething Polish
"a 2nd-hand account"

Oh, look:


Whom you gonna believe, a right-wing talking point or your lyin' eyes?

{Long sigh} The point here is not that the Prez isn't full of shit and hasn't done (and continued) some horrible, unforgivable things. The point is the Teh Teleprompter Meme is a lame-ass talking point pitched to right-wing dumbfucks. There are gazillions of legitimate arguments to be made against the current Administration. I would be considerably less heartbroken if you would stick to those and not instead parrot The Steve Doocy Experience.
Jan 25, 2012 at 1:42 PM | Unregistered CommenterSomething Polish
Well, hes "Back".....doing what he dose best. Lye and Spew Crap...! Just like 2008.
Jan 25, 2012 at 6:32 PM | Unregistered CommenterTexas Dar

I don't watch or read anyone identified on either side of the flaccid pre-bailout aisle. Why? Because they're all in the service of morbidly obese and criminal banks. What kind of "conservative" attacks welfare but defends TARP? What kind of "liberal" attacks corporate greed but maintains that TARP was repaid. It's just ridiculous and (more importantly) a waste of time to anyone seeking the truth.

But now that you bring it up, it's hilarious if right-wing jagovs actually attack BHO for using a Teleprompter if they at the same time defend Bush, who was a true moron. I'll never forget when Bush was attacking Saddam Hussein and stated, "he's disassembling" before leaning in to the camera to enrich our vocabularies: "that means lying." Jesus. What a fool.

Plainly both Bush and Obama are in the exclusive service of their criminally fraudulent Wall St. masters. Limbaugh, O'Reilly, Hannity, Chris Matthews--they're all worthless punks, clueless salesmen, jagovs. Rather than coping with the forces behind our current Depression, i.e., fraud, they instead attempt to shoehorn cherry-picked facts into a left-right model that would be a joke but for the fact that it's absolutely killing our country.
Jan 25, 2012 at 6:48 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
"Amen" to Cheyenne's well crystalizing, summing up remarks.........................
Jan 25, 2012 at 6:59 PM | Unregistered CommenterLeo McCormick
Cheyenne...we need to get you a damn log-in so you can start posting some of that lyrical brilliance on the front page of the site...

Polish...same goes for you...

Look, I know both of you personally - cheyenne recently thru the site and a weekend in chicago for his movie, and many phone calls since - and polish since i was 22 and 4th year at UVa...you are similar folk with similar styles, and outlooks on the world.
Jan 25, 2012 at 11:01 PM | Registered CommenterDailyBail

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