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"The entreaty to search the Internet for news of the Republican congressman from rural Texas is one of the more visible signs of enthusiasm from a do-it-yourself base of Web fans. Their support doesn't show up in public opinion polls, but it's unmatched among presidential candidates in its passion."


It's such inaccurate, inflammatory, and irrelevant statements from mediots which proves just how irrelevant their "news" collecting ability really is.

It is THEY who are marching to the beat of one drum--and their drum is beaten by an alien enemy foreign power.

Their "public opinion polls" have been BIASED from the start--and now we have the proof and enough statistical evidence on the internet to CONVICT them of treason.

It is a provably FALSE statement to say that THEIR polls are more representative of "public opinion" than ONE HUNDRED PERCENT of the internet-based polls which dispute their "opinion".

PROVABLY false.  It is not possible for an organization like Gallup, now controlled by jews, to survey a select and targeted handful of 2,000 "random" Americans to produce a poll more accurate than the HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of Americans on the internet who VOTE in actual, random, legitimate, scientific polls.

Not only does this news media not represent public opinion--it's so far off base that it's not even in the ball park.

Ron Paul Web sites News articles Video Images
Google 2,210,000 2,944 6,752 36,700
Yahoo 11,000,000 1,298 574 7,694
MSN 905,700 1,208 3,958 8,979
LA Times   166    
OC Register   307    
NY Times   211    




John McCain Web sites News articles Video Images
Google 2,460,000 11,153 2,162 47,100
Yahoo 16,200,000 4,889 885 18,399
MSN 1,269,605 37,882 2,078 7,391
LA Times   4,793    
OC Register   604    
NY TImes   6,126    




Rudy Giuliani Web sites News articles Video Images
Google 17,000,000 13,907 4,089 145,000
Yahoo 28,400,000 6,188 1,004 51,172
MSN 817,236 72,362 3,982 23,864
LA Times   2,719    
OC Register   3,130    
NY Times   21,106    


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NEW YORK — Passengers on a plane leaving New York could see three words in 4-foot block letters painted on an East Village rooftop terrace as they ascended: GOOGLE RON PAUL.

The entreaty to search the Internet for news of the Republican congressman from rural Texas is one of the more visible signs of enthusiasm from a do-it-yourself base of Web fans. Their support doesn't show up in public opinion polls, but it's unmatched among presidential candidates in its passion.


USA TODAY ON POLITICS: Who's meeting Ron Paul?



On their own, the fans have developed a Ron Paul Revolution logo, marketing the idea through YouTube. Message boards and websites debate his virtues.

The Web fans for Paul's anti-establishment campaign run away with online polls and blanket websites with caps-locked, exclamation-point endorsements of the contrarian Republican, even though he measures no more than 2% in most national opinion polls.

The supporters have an entrepreneurial drive and get their political news from Internet sources outside the mainstream media, especially blogs and news aggregators that rely on popular vote to determine news value.

That same spirit inspires them to canvass parade routes in 100-degree heat, argue campaign strategy in two-hour meetings or paint the roof of a Manhattan apartment building.

"To get your arms around everything and understand what is going on is really impossible to do," Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said of supporters roaming the Web.

Paul's message is gospel among his base, which Benton described as mostly old-school conservatives.

Supporters can recite his talking points at length.

"They forge their own intellectual world to find the obscure, unusual sources of information that lead them to obscure, unusual candidates like Ron Paul," said Brian Doherty, a columnist for the libertarian magazine Reason.

Avery Knapp is typical of the Paul Web supporter. A 28-year-old radiology resident, Knapp describes himself as a lifelong conservative who voted for President Bush in 2000 before growing disillusioned with the Iraq war and federal spending.

Bush "did nothing but increase the size of government. The Republican Party needs to move back to its core principles," Knapp said. Many Paul supporters share Knapp's disdain for what he called a "neo-conservative clique" and hope Paul can spark a Goldwater-style insurgency.

At 46, Kevin Leslie has never bothered with politics. After watching an interview with Paul during his 1988 campaign as candidate for the Libertarian Party, Leslie told himself, "If this guy ever runs for president again, I'll back him."

Paul did, and Leslie was good to his word, starting a prominent Paul blog in February and traveling to the recent straw poll in Ames, Iowa.

Paul has attracted a contingent of previously apolitical and even left-leaning Americans like Leslie who support his call to pull all troops out of Iraq immediately and who like his reputation for opposing any legislation not linked to principles already expressed in the Constitution.

"I've already been surprised by how much traction his campaign has gotten," Doherty said. "He's a clever politician because these netroots types can call him a 'true conservative,' a 'constitutionalist' or whatever they call themselves, and he's sensitive to that."

Whatever their political background, the supporters all consider themselves part of a spray-paint and duct-tape "Ron Paul Revolution." Four banners with that unofficial logo hang from the fire escapes of the Manhattan building.

"They couldn't reel us in if they wanted to. Most everything has become an unofficial-official part of the campaign," said Dave Gallagher, whose cadre of Paul supporters came up with the Ron Paul Revolution logo.

Gallagher claims to have started the first group for Paul supporters on, a website geared toward the kind of networking that helped presidential candidate Howard Dean's supporters organize in 2004.

In the six months since, more than 30,000 people have joined Meetup groups in more than 700 places across the country. Paul's Meetup presence surpassed Dean's in just two months, said Andres Glusman, vice president of

"Because people have the power to self-organize here, it's obvious that he's hitting a chord that is resonating with people in a way the media is not acknowledging," Glusman said.

This weekend, Paul will be the major Republican candidate to attend a Texas GOP straw poll in Fort Worth. Straw polls typically are won by the candidate who does the best job turning out dedicated supporters. All the top tier candidates in the race — and a few lower-rung candidates as well — are bypassing the event.

When Paul supporters get together, they often find themselves thrown into the intricacies of running an insurgent campaign, attorney Steven Heath said after a Meetup session in Dallas.

"These guys in Meetup, hardly any of them have any political experience," Heath said. "These people are newbies. They're about to get plugged in, and they'll be plugged in with Paul's ideas."



jewn McCain

ASSASSIN of JFK, Patton, many other Whites

killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

legally insane debarred lawyer CENSORED free speech

mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

moser HATED by jews: he followed the law Jesus--from a "news" person!!

1000 fold the child of perdition


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