I was not saying we should support him, I was simply indicating that we
should not attempt to get him thrown off CNN or his radio show. We risk
much by looking extremely radical, and also lose a well know spokesman
for a large portion of libertarian economic theory who is broadcasting
to the 'enemy' camp.
Last I heard, Ron Paul will be on his show (CNN) on Tuesday for the
--- In RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com, Joe Liberty <joe_liberty@...> wrote:
> Apparently his "act" isn't working. See
> I've never seen his show and I never heard of him until he started
criticizing Ron Paul. I've read that Ron is going to be on his show in a
fe weeks. If so, I will probably tune in for that. Otherwise I think
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: "westmiller@..." westmiller@...
> To: RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Sunday, December 9, 2007 1:50:10 PM
> Subject: [RLC-Action] Re: Ron Paul Supporters - Action Alert
> Posted by: "Steven Burden" steve@freedomsadvoc ate.com
> > I have to say that I think that Beck on CNN is an overall good
> I agree. Beck honestly disagrees with Ron's perspective on
> "The War," but probably agrees with 90% of his other positions
> (and has said so). His *job* is to be outrageous, hysteric, and
> entertaining. He knows, as do his listeners, that his rant is an
> act, designed to get attention ... which means more viewers,
> more ads, more money for him. It isn't that he's "selling out,"
> only that he has to find an outlandish spin (some RP people
> are really "revolutionary" ) to get attention.
> Frankly, I wouldn't be surprised if he "endorses" Ron Paul
> next month ... probably as the "lesser of eight evils."