CNBC Follows Bill O’Reilly And Fox News By Pulling Their Debate Poll (UPDATED: ‘BLOWBACK SLAMMING’ Initiated Against Bill O’Reilly and CNBC)

(Editor’s Note: Look For Update At End Of This Post, 11.11.2011)

A NATION OF SHEEP BEGETS A GOVERNMENT OF WOLVES

(Editor’s Note: For those readers who believe that Ron Paul’s ideas are crazy and fringe, that there are only a few thousand devotees ‘slamming polls’, that Dr. Paul can’t trounce Obama, that there isn’t a way to stop the global Borg movement, that there isn’t a way back to Constitutional principles and that the Cain, Romney or Gingrich are going to make everything better; put down the koolaid and stop letting the Media decide your candidate for you.  YOU WILL GET MORE OF THE SAME. Now is the time; there are enough Americans awake now to make the shift.  Open your ears, open your minds, and THINK!  P.S. – To my readers – I’m all in.)


Twice now (here and here), Bill O’Reilly has disqualified Ron Paul from a poll because his message was connecting with American voters, Fox pulled a debate poll for the same reason, and now CNBC wants YOU to believe that Ron Paul supporters have some magical way of getting around the IP gateway to overload a poll. There are two logical reasons why Ron Paul does so well in the polls.

  • Ron Paul supporters get off the couch, go to their computers, and VOTE!
  • Ron Paul’s message resonates with Americans thinking about voting for someone else , they get off the couch, go to their computers, and VOTE!

Ron Paul has won 15 straw polls….have you heard that?  You won’t hear that because they want you to believe that you are alone so that you will vote for the best marketed GOP candidate who mimics everything that Ron Paul says.  What happens when Dr. Paul wins the Iowa Primary?  How they going to spin that?

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