Why does the media continue to ignore Ron Paul as a legitimate candidate?
He runs every election and only gets 1 or 2 % of the vote, until something changes he's not a candidate just someone trying to get his views out there.
He doesn't fit the main stream media mold. He's radical and outspoken, and they don't know how to interview him because they never know what he'll say. As a Texan I adore him and wish he could get more attention, but there's not much hope of that I'm afraid.
Because he represents what 99% of Americans want--no war, no empire, lower taxes, and fiscal responsibility. The typical politicians in the US want to control the world. They raise millions from private interests and give millions to the TV networks for ads. That makes them the paying customers of the media. The media literally works for the two ruling parties in that sense. If Ron Paul is a "radical", than the majority of Americans are "radicals". I think it is radical to ignore international law and be a rogue state.
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