Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Could it be any more blatant now ?

I just saw the end of the live debate today from 4 to 6 PM (It will re-air at 9 PM, twenty minutes from now, on MSNBC).

Ron Paul raised $5,000,000.00 in the third quarter, and was getting a lot of media attention and publicity. The debate focused on economic issues, and Paul got a total of maybe 5 minutes in 2 hours to state his views, while much of the "second-tier" candidates such as Huckabee, Brownback, Hunter, and Tancredro had much more air time than Paul.

Paul still did great in the limited time he had, so I hope you will check it out yourself tonight to see how blatant the media bias is, and has been ever since the campaign started. "When in the course of human events", the first video posted in this blog, is a good video that relates to the issue I am raising about media bias at hand.

After the debate, there was a poll. 8,000 people took it before MSNBC took it down. The page can no longer be accessed, but take a view at this screencap just before MSNBC took it down.