(Editor’s Note: ”Desperate Situations Call For Drastic Measures” and “The Definition Of Insanity Is Doing The Same Thing Over And Over Again And Expecting A Different Result”.)
Megyn Kelly interviewed Dr. Ron Paul today about the fact that the media is ignoring his campaign and his whisker thin loss to Michele Bachmann in the Iowa Straw Poll on Saturday. Dr. Paul believes it is because he is challenging the status quo of Washington, D.C. with a completely different view of foreign policy, monetary policy, economic policy, and the hundred year march into empire building and currency debasement. One has to give Megyn Kelly credit for having Ron Paul on her show and asking about the tried and true media mantra, ‘you can’t win’.
‘The One That Can Beat Obama’
On a side note, you might enjoy this article from InfoWars.com:
Aug 16, 2011
Texas Governor Rick Perry has shown his hand immediately. His presidential campaign strategy consists of attempting to steal away Ron Paul supporters while the mainstream media aids him by refusing to even acknowledge Paul exists.
Perry entered the presidential race on Friday and was instantly hailed by the corporate controlled media as a “top tier” candidate. Meanwhile, Ron Paul was busy romping home to a historic vote total in the Iowa straw poll, coming second only to a phony tea party wannabe in Michelle Bachmann, who could only beat Paul by buying 4000 votes.
As Jon Stewart painstakingly points out, the establishment media is manifestly engaged in a concerted effort to completely ignore Paul. Indeed, establishment media talking heads admitted what we’ve been highlighting from the very start – that there is a deliberate policyto sideline and discredit Paul’s campaign.
Perry, on the other hand, is certainly not ignoring Paul, if his recent “attack” on Ben Bernanke is anything to go by.
Speaking in Iowa yesterday, Perry said,
“I’ll take a pass on the Federal Reserve at the moment, to be honest with you. I know that there’s a lot of talk about ‘em”
“If this guy prints more money between now and the election, I dunno what y’all would do to him in Iowa but we would treat him pretty ugly down in Texas.” Perry said.
“Printing more money to play politics at this particular time in American history is almost treacherous, or treasonous, in my opinion,” he added.
Watch the video at the link above.