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Ron Paul Won the NH Debate: Media's Cover It Up

Updated on July 13, 2011

A Clear Winner

If you happened to have watched the recent NH republican debate, you could tell that Ron Paul clearly hit home with his usual messages. He received more applause then any other candidate, even while being constantly interrupted. On top of that, all the top polls show that Ron Paul was a clear winner throughout the debate, receiving anywhere from 30-80% of the votes from poll takers. Yet the very media's that took the polls, are claiming that Ron Paul got the lowest number of votes, even going as far to say he got 0%.

What's up with that?


Can't Hide the Truth

To the displeasure of the media mobsters, political thugs and the rest of the elite mob - the truth can no longer be stuffed away in the dark as it has in past years. Which is probably why one of the main issues on the Bilderberg agenda was Internet Censoring and control...

No matter how frustrated they are though, they can't hide the facts that have already gone viral all over the net like wild fire: Ron Paul Won the NH Debate.

There are hundreds of bloggers, vloggers and writers that are making sure the truth of this doesn't die away in the darkness. Especially since it's clear that the mainstream medias has gone from ignoring Ron Paul all together, to out right making things up. It's not a new tactic, but with quick and vigilant voters double checking the facts, it's clear that they aren't going to get away with it this time.

Did you watch the NH debate?

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  • Sam Dolloff profile image

    Sam Dolloff 

    7 years ago from Maine

    So right! Ron Paul may not be the best debater out there but the man knows his stuff and doesnt take crap from anyone. I watched the debate last night as well at the Reagan Library and they basically just ignored Paul all together. Media bias is out in full force.

    Keep it up! great Hub!

  • profile image

    Write For Liberty 

    7 years ago

    Keep fighting the good fight. Thank you for the article. RON PAUL 2012. He's what we need right now. People don't realize how bad it's getting. Most of them won't- not until it's too late.

  • BizGenGirl profile imageAUTHOR


    7 years ago from Lake Stevens

    I agree that many things would be different, but I feel your view of how things would happen, are more extreme than Ron Paul's views, lol. Not to mention, I'd much rather have more freedom then more security, and on top of that, the government doesn't exactly do a good job of regulating everything.

    "Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one." ~Benjamin Franklin

  • LRCBlogger profile image


    7 years ago

    Ron Paul has some valid ideas but he is an extremist. The libertarian view is to strip govt of regulatory authority which would be a disaster. Can you imagine if utility companies could decide to run electricity to your house based on whether or not it was profitable for them? How about water?

    Again, I like some of Paul's ideas but he plan would make the US a completely unregulated country. If you are curious what this would look like, take a look at Haiti, Iran, etc.

    A reason Haiti was so devastated by the earthquake is because their are no standards and regulations when putting up buildings.

  • Mandrake_1975 profile image


    7 years ago from Pennsylvania

    Right on! I was one of those individuals who voted on some of the mainstream polls and I saw the results before they were pulled and replaced. It is despicable what is allowed to happen in a supposedly free society these days.

    Even those individuals who didn't want Congressman Ron Paul to win ought to be concerned when they see this kind of chicanery going on right before the eyes of the public.


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