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MSNBC Interview with Ron Paul 10.24.07

Here’s a good clip of an MSNBC interview discussing the “buzz” surrounding Paul’s campaign and his desire to bring the troops home. The reporter mentioned she has been receiving a “flood” of emails from Ron Paul supporters.

The reporter says, “Congressman you are 72 years old and you are a sensation among young people. . .”

During the interview Ron Paul confirmed his position against the Iraq war, his desire to save America the 2.4 trillion dollar cost of the war and bring the troops home.

The report concluded with her asking, “Will you tell your supporters not to flood my inbox?”

Paul responded, “Oh no, I think you should enjoy reading them all.”

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2 Responses

  1. That’s awesome!

    Nice that they actually let him talk for a change, and weren’t busy trying to stick words in his mouth.

    I remember seeing this reporter call Dr. Paul an isolationist a few weeks ago. She had a look on her face that one makes after stepping in dog poop. Glad to see she’s seen the light!

    If I knew her email address, I’d gladly send her a happygram thanking her for the nice interview.

  2. This is good. Its hard for these reporters to ignore Paul when they getting slammed with emails from supporters.

    Remember the 5th. Try and give something at least, if you can’t afford the 100, but 100 would be great!

    This could be a turning point for the campaign:

    Remember the 5th of November!

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