Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Ron Paul Takes On Piers Morgan

Ron Paul smacked down Piers Morgan during an interview when Morgan said that Dr Paul should do the“decent thing and pull out” of the Republican race.

ABC reports:
“Why don’t you do the decent thing and not pester me with silly questions like that,” a fiery Paul replied to host Morgan. “I mean that would be decent of you.”

Morgan pointing out that a recent Gallup poll has Paul at 9 percent nationally, and that the congressman has so far collected 71 delegates compared with 569 for Mitt Romney.

“It’s way too soon for you to write anybody off,” said Paul, pointing out that states such as Maine, Washington, and North Dakota are still working through the process of awarding delegates.

“Through the process, our people are in the right places. They’re doing the things to become a delegate,” he said.
Not losing a beat, Paul mused about Romney’s position as the Republican frontrunner
“What if Mitt Romney isn’t the best person,” Paul asked, adding “why should we just throw in the towel because people like you say ‘hey, throw in the towel.’”

Taking a dig at Morgan’s British roots, Paul said “we fought the British because the British came over here and arrested our American citizens for civil law.”

Morgan eventually offered Paul an olive branch.

“I don’t want you to throw in the towel, I think you’re a national treasure in this country,” the host said.
The show will be aired tonight on CNN.

As far as Ron Paul pulling out, no way. He is the only candidate carrying the message of liberty and that needs to be present, now more than ever, at the Republican convention.


  1. I suspect that Dr. Paul's supporters are doing an even better job on getting delegate selections then I thought, since the media lapdogs are trying their best to pressure Paul into dropping out.

    The Powers That Be must be really worried. They should be.

  2. What did RP mean by "we fought the British because the British came over here and arrested our American citizens for civil law.”. Civil law?

    1. The British Empire is our ally. The British Empire has always been our ally.

  3. Another good point that Paul made last night was that in 2008 the Dems hadn't chosen a candidate until June, reinforcing the idea that it's still too early to call.

  4. Somebody should tell that simpering Piers Morgan to go find a pier to jump from. He's an embarrassment to all who have British blood in their ancestory.