Monday, February 28, 2011

The Power of Ron Paul

One of the great things about the internet is that it has taken power away from mainstream media. People can read what they want to read without MSM censors.

Those who would like to see the old censorship back in place so the elite can decide what you should read, just hate that the internet shows there is a huge following for Ron Paul.

Check out wanabe elitist David Shedlock in this spoof just hating the fact that people want to read stories about Ron Paul.

I mean, this guy just hates the traffic stories about Ron Paul get:
Ron Paul, a libertarian who wants to be President, and his supporters, have discovered the pathway to the GOP nomination and the presidency. It is to overwhelm the system. If they remain faithful and read every blogpost and newstory about him, they will increase traffic to those websites. Those websites will in return do more articles about Ron Paul, eventually pushing out all news stories about any other Republican candidates. Even New York Times stories about Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin, Justin Bieber and Glenn Beck will become passé and nobody will publish them.


  1. Damn democracy!

    It's only good and moral when the majority swings in your favor.

  2. LOL!! Ron Paul fans are conspiratorially reading internet posts about there flag bearer? LOL!!!

    NO WAY!!!

    You mean we are going to stop idolizing marketing ploys like Reagan and Bieber and start talking about liberty and freedom?? NOOOOOOO!!!! THE HORROR!!!!

    I think this guy needs a lesson in market fundamentals. There is a much larger DEMAND for freedom and liberty than there is SUPPLY of politicians (statesmen) that preach it. So of course there is a metaphorical line out the door when Ron Paul says something. Market fundamentals are not exactly a conspiracy.

  3. When a majority of people like my candidate, that's democracy. When a majority of people like the other candidate, that's just populism.

  4. "Even New York Times stories about Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin, Justin Bieber and Glenn Beck will become passé and nobody will publish them..."

    Is that a threat, or a promise?

  5. "Is that a threat, or a promise?"

    Neither, it is just silliness, but which you guys are too staunchy and full of Milanta to get.

    'When a majority of people like my candidate"

    The majority of people like Ron Paul?

    Seriously, you guys. I actually support 90% of Paul's positions on economics. And I think buildindg democracies in nations that aren't prepared for it is a foolish. Lighten up. It's a spoof, remember. Look up spoof in a dictionary, if you own one.