has some serious supporters and when they get together to push for liberty there's no telling what the results will be, and Thursday night just before the debates while CNN attempted to report the latest on the "two man race," the group of pundits got a BIG taste of Dr. Paul's popularity. Pshhhh! Two-man race? Whatever! Get a grip CNN!
Watch the video above to see the mainstreamers trying to talk aboutand while signs wave in the background for neither one of them: nope, only Ron Paulers! In fact, a few times you could hear the chanting over the CNN folks trying to get their points across, while in the background in unison just like a beautiful song ringing out for freedom the lyrics went like this, "President Paul! President Paul! President Paul!"
The greatest moment to make any "End the Fed" activist laugh out loud comes at 1:51 in the video where it sounds just like someone got ahold of a CNN microphone and says in an animated kind of silly voice "RON PAUL!" I don't see how anyone heard much of anything these CNNers had to say due to the Ron Paul spirit in the background being so strong. It's like Ron Paul's supporters are not about to allow the media black out. If the MSM won't step up, his supporters will take care of it.
I am absolutely convinced there is nothing more exciting than a group of r3VOLution freedom fighters yelling, chanting and cheering for Dr. Ron Paul. Dukin' it out at the Thursday evening debates in Florida brought a lot of sunshine to the most popular Ron Paul web site on the internet, The Daily Paul. When I signed on to check in on the latest Ron Paul news, here's some of the top forum topics:
"Ron Paul fans overwhelm CNN pundits at the Jacksonville, FL debate!"
"Dr Paul is on Fire at tonight's CNN Debate."
"Watching CNN debate preshow live every camera shot lots of Ron Paul supporters."
Yes ladies and gentlemen I can vouch for the fact the Ron Paul internet world and twitterverse is alive and well. Hold on tight, we're in for a great ride in 2012. Don't forget to vote! It'll be a two-man race alright, it's just that CNN got the two names wrong. The two-man race will be Barack Obama and the champ of the Constitution himself, Dr. Ron Paul.
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