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Can You Tell Who All is Running For President by this Gannett/USAToday Website?

• usatoday.com via RonPaulSocialNetwork post
How blatent can it get? 
 
After playing with the menus, I also find that if you choose either Mitt or Newt, the Candidate drop-down then only lists either of the two - no one else.
 
Funny how when you filter it for 'Republican', Barack still shows up - just like all three do when you choose 'Independent'.  Must be the 'target audiences'?
 
Ed

7 Comments in Response to

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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You haven't proven SHIT, and are the delusional one!

Give directions, make demands, you really are a superior being amongst us monkeys - IN YOUR OWN MIND MAYBE.

Go ahead - log in under two more pseudonyms and agree with yourself some more.

I won't delete it.  I WANT everyone to see your rantings.

I promise.  : ) 

Comment by Joseph Vanderville
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Don't drag the issue away from the point of discussion. Prove to me that Ron Paul, who always run as a candidate in every presidential election since time immemorial, can win or will ever win and in your hallucinating mind will become the next President of the United States. I have proven my point that historically he always lost and could never, ever win let alone be nominated as a GOP official candidate in any presidential election. Otherwise if you cannot prove your antagonistic yak-yak, only nuts from the "linatic fringe" would think Ron Paul can win, and worse, believe that he can be the next President of the United States. It is this form of insanity or some kind of hallucination that's so annoying to the American public.

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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Yeah, that's why they only listed Romney and Gingrich, right?

http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/23/11359666-gingrich-hints-he-may-drop-from-race-this-week

You can 'chat' with yourself in the comments section all you want, but your propaganda fails on face value for any discerning reader.

Comment by Anonymous
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Yes, you are right Panocha ... some loonies believe that Ron Paul wins the presidency everytime he runs as candidate for President! A supporting loony always writes that even though Ron Paul always loses, he always wins ... blah, blah ... blah! That's how bad it is when the obssessed cult-like mind is no longer in touch with reality!

The New Hampshire newspaper was absolutely right!

Comment by Ana Panot
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Followers from the  "lunatic fringe" according to the New Hampshire newspaper cannot and will never understand till the end of time or until  "hell freezes over", whichever comes first! They will make Ron Paul run again in the next 2016 presidential election, then after that, and after that throughout eternity or until he dies of old age, whichever comes first!

Comment by Joseph Vanderville
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You still don't understand it -- in this case only presidential candidates with a chance of winning were listed down, except Ron Paul. This happened already many times -- even in the GOP presidential debates itself, Ron Paul does not count! That's the hard truth. He is constantly and repeatedly ignored as a nuisance candidate. It's their damn prerogative to no longer include Ron Paul if they believed -- like millions of American do -- that including Ron Paul would just be a waste of time!  That in this case after receiving some complaints from you and from a handful of don't-matter-don't-count supporters Ron Paul was included, because to humor you is what they want, to make you happy.  But they thought you are thinking normally, enough to understand like millions of Americans do, the reason why the Main Stream Media simply ignored Ron Paul as an "unelectable" candidate.  But I don't think you understand -- or will ever understand till hell freezes over.

 

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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24 HOURS LATER...

http://www.dailypaul.com/227641/usa-today-eliminates-rp-as-a-candidate#comment-2394127

After an onslaught of complaints USA Today has 'fixed' this oversight, and added Ron Paul to the menu.

Even though they were sent playlists of the 75 ads created by the Paul Campaign and aired across America, they posted three - and one didn't work, so it was removed.  Two remain.

Well gee, thanks!  "Vale mas, algo que nada."

Something is better than nothing.

Ed 


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