Despite Ron Paul’s 2nd-place victory in the Nevada primaries, the MSM continues its blackout on any positive Ron Paul coverage. Here’s the New York Times’s race coverage today:
They continue to list Guliani and Thompson, though Ron Paul regularly bests them in most contests.
Since Ron Paul is winning delegates and out-fundraising the other candidates, The New York Times doesn’t have a legitimate excuse for its biased reporting. That the New York Times would stand to lose political favors under a Ron Paul presidency is probably reason enough for their stance, and understandable as a business transaction. But one does not get to engage in political manipulation and call it journalism. Pick one.
A nice lady waiting for her daughter at Emma’s dance school saw my Ron Paul bumper magnet and we talked about him for a short while. It’s a small world, and far more people know about his policy ideas than the MSM would care to admit. I just expected to wait for half an hour in a cold mudroom, not get a chance to talk monetary policy and constitutionalism with another 30-something. We agreed – maybe not this time around, but change is a-coming.