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Video - Ron Paul with Jay Leno - Dec. 16, 2011

Short clip from Paul's appearance with Leno last Friday night.  The new leader in Iowa polling offers his thoughts on Bachmann, Gingrich, Romney and Huntsman.  Now just 14 days and counting until the Iowa Caucus, where we expect a relatively easy Ron Paul victory.  On PBS News Hour tonight, even GOP strategist Stuart Rothenberg, not a Paul fan, declared him the favorite to take Iowa.



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COMMENTARY | WAPELLO, Iowa -- In the most recent PPP polling about GOP candidates, Ron Paul is still leading Iowa. The media and GOP have dismissed Paul. They have ignored and ridiculed him, yet he leads. What is the Ron Paul hook? What makes him so popular in Iowa? Young voters believe in Paul and are running a strong ground game.

Dec 21, 2011 at 12:16 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
WASHINGTON (AFP) - The US Federal Reserve is expected to embrace a new global framework that requires giant financial institutions to hold extra capital, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

Dec 21, 2011 at 12:37 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Amid growing establishment fears that a Ron Paul Iowa win would grossly misrepresent national GOP sentiment, Ed Kilgore of The New Republic argues today that the candidate's policies are actually more in line with current party orthodoxy than the media thinks.

Dec 21, 2011 at 12:49 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
I hesitate to give this any publicity at all, but I don't even know how to address this. The admin(author) is excited about how many rebuttals he doesn't allow to even post because he thinks "Paultards" are so stupid.


The comments section is even more amazing. I assume this is an attempt at kickstarting whatever RP witch hunt they can stir up.
Dec 22, 2011 at 11:51 AM | Unregistered CommenterLP
"WoW LP"..........you found a Hot-&-Juicey one here........The only person i could think of who could spew out crap like that would be, BHO, Snortin- Nancy, Hunch-Back Reid, or Witch of Washington Hillery........

Ann Cloter couldent evan come up with something like that aginst a democrat, on a good day.....Nope, thats got to be one of them with a I-Pad, wile takking a Crap on the shitter...........................?

I can get a bit down and Hard, on the Ron Paul bashers, but i mean them no Hate, Meanness,or Anger, but i do want to piss them off at me so they try and prove me wrong about RP, and find out I was right all a long.......

Sometimes ya gotta come in from behind to make a point. Reverse Si-Cal-Lo-Gee.........? I used "Bunny's" coment last time to get the RP Bashers to try and prove me wrong, and I only hope some took the time to discredit the MSM......... I miss her an wish she would drop back in on the Daily Bail...........

It sounds like a 4th graders writting after being snubed by all her class mates becouse she got the Hart Throb Stud, on the football team................
Dec 22, 2011 at 8:45 PM | Unregistered CommenterTexas Dar

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