Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Still Missing From Corporate Media Coverage

Image from FAUX News website. Notice anybody missing?

I continue to be amazed at how brazen the global corporate media is about censoring Ron Paul. They all but refuse to print his name or face. He is grudgingly allowed to sit in some debates, but then they practically refuse to ask him a question. When they do, it is often an insulting one ("Credibility, do you have any sir?") or they cut him off as soon as he begins to answer.

Despite the blackout and the constant pumping up of the CFR candidates, Paul is still hanging in there with a decent collection of delegates (most of whom you never know about because the media won't tell you or account it to his total). It is a word-of-mouth and internet campaign.

It is crystal clear that there is only one candidate that they fear and despise. That's how the Patriot knows he's the one to vote for.


Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Montel Williams, TV host of 17 years on FOX, was brought onto a Fox News segment to do a fluff piece about Heath Ledger's death, but instead the former naval officer decided to turn the tables and discuss the lack of reporting on dead soldiers in Iraq. After a few moments of rather unexpected politically charged conversation, on the part him and the other hosts, the show went to a break - with the stated intention of Montel returning after commercials. He did not reappear for the second segment.

Three days later Montel's TV show of 17 years was canceled by FOX.

10:08 AM, February 05, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This election has made clear the disturbing reality that even much of the "alternative" media is no longer any different than the corporate controlled dinosaur outlets of yesteryear.

11:04 AM, February 05, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now that it's clear, how many people are going to act on it? Boycott the so-called "conservative" media, and look for news online. No more advertising money from me!

11:30 AM, February 05, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

the Morning News had about the same picture over their banner- five corporate candidates and no Ron Paul.

9:15 PM, February 11, 2008  

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