Defeat the Media Clones
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
So how does the Establishment deal with a Ron Paul candidacy? What else did you expect? By ignoring him as much as possible.
The Reuters headline following the May 3 GOP debate: "2008 Republicans back war."
All right, you say, perhaps that's just a crude summary. A headline can't say everything, after all, and the article itself will surely disambiguate the candidates. It's certainly newsworthy that a nine-term Republican congressman had been a fierce opponent of the war from the beginning, and made his antiwar position clear time and again during the debate. Naturally this will get some play.
But not even a hint of that in the Reuters article by John Whitesides. I mean, hey, didn't you read the headline? The 2008 Republicans back war!
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