The GOP primaries were held in New Hampshire yesterday and the results are in.
As you can see Mitt Romney took a strong first followed by Ron Paul. This pretty much seals the deal on Ron Paul being a legitimate candidate and Romney’s true competition. However, you would never know this by looking at two of the most popular media outlets. The media continues its blackout on Ron Paul.
Let’s examine the featured political articles on CNN.com and FoxNews.com one day after the New Hampshire Primaries.
This is anything but “fair and balanced” coverage of the Republican primaries! How can any candidate expect to legitimately and fairly compete for the office of the presidency if they receive almost no attention or coverage from the media? He can’t!
Ron Paul’s candidacy is funded by donations from the people, word of mouth, grass-root efforts, and independent research from the less than apathetic members of this country. Where are all the corporate donors? This is what happens when a candidate is for the people not the status quo! If you are a Ron Paul supporter keep spreading the word – if you aren’t or have no idea what he stands for it’s time for some research! Why does the second place contender for the Repbulican primaries only show up in 3 of 22 articles on the two most popular media outlets? Why the blackout?
You can see this same analysis from the IOWA Primaries if you aren’t convinced. In Iowa, two weeks ago, Ron Paul finished third behind Romney and Santorum – and I think we can all remember how much attention Santorum recieved from this second place finish. Where’s the love for Ron Paul?
“In response to criticism by rivals that his calls for scrapping the Federal Reserve and bringing home American forces from around the world were dangerous, Paul declared: “We are dangerous, to the status quo.”