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Ron Paul Asskickin' Fox Douche Cavuto

Carl Bank
post Dec 20 2007, 06:36 PM
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My man Paul is asskickin' Neil Moronuto who
was obviously instructed to not even mention
the name "Ron Paul" in the interview.
He called him 'Congressman' at best, mostly he
adressed him just short "congress".
What an MSM puppet!

Dr. Paul at his best. Again!:

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mo fiya
post Dec 20 2007, 07:06 PM
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You can never tell how Cavuto is going to treat Ron each time he interviews him. One time, he's a condescending, contemptuous asshole, next time he's fair and nice, and then back to asshole again.

In this particular interview, besides the fact that RP ONCE AGAIN held his own and did excellent in fielding this obvious loaded interview, I notice that Cavuto seems sullen while talking to him. I think these guys are really starting to see the possibilities of RP's success come this election. It's just written all over their faces these days, and you can hear it in their tone of voice.
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post Dec 20 2007, 08:00 PM
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QUOTE (mo fiya @ Dec 21 2007, 01:06 AM)
In this particular interview, besides the fact that RP ONCE AGAIN held his own and did excellent in fielding this obvious loaded interview, I notice that Cavuto seems sullen while talking to him. I think these guys are really starting to see the possibilities of RP's success come this election. It's just written all over their faces these days, and you can hear it in their tone of voice.

Sullen doesn't seen to be the right expression here.
He is withouit any doubt nervous and does not feel comfortable
while he's asking the questions fron his sheet.

Imo, this was because, he doesn't agree with the kind of
distracting, confronting and respectless questions anymore.
He feels, that he is used as a talking head toy by people who
don't speak the truth and he is sorry and annoyed by this.
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post Dec 20 2007, 08:11 PM
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QUOTE (Carl Bank @ Dec 20 2007, 08:00 PM)
QUOTE (mo fiya @ Dec 21 2007, 01:06 AM)

In this particular interview, besides the fact that RP ONCE AGAIN held his own and did excellent in fielding this obvious loaded interview, I notice that Cavuto seems sullen while talking to him.  I think these guys are really starting to see the possibilities of RP's success come this election.  It's just written all over their faces these days, and you can hear it in their tone of voice.

Sullen doesn't seen to be the right expression here.
He is withouit any doubt nervous and does not feel comfortable
while he's asking the questions fron his sheet.

Imo, this was because, he doesn't agree with the kind of
distracting, confronting and respectless questions anymore.
He feels, that he is used as a talking head toy by people who
don't speak the truth and he is sorry and annoyed by this.

Maybe, maybe not. His constant change in attitude towards him in each interview makes me question that.

I think Cavuto is just a lost Bush "conservative", that really doesn't have a clue WHY he's a conservative. I don't know of Cavuto before Bush, but I'd be willing to bet he was like most of the other conservatives that voted for Bush for his rhetoric on conservatism, and then when Bush backpeddled and double crossed them, they just stayed on board because he's a republican and so are they.

In other words, a useful idiot to the maistream media.
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post Dec 20 2007, 10:21 PM
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QUOTE (Carl Bank @ Dec 20 2007, 07:00 PM)
Imo, this was because, he doesn't agree with the kind of
distracting, confronting and respectless questions anymore.
He feels, that he is used as a talking head toy by people who
don't speak the truth and he is sorry and annoyed by this.

You mean he's getting tired of sticking it to people between the shoulder blades?

I often wonder about that...if there are actually semi-moral people in these uncomfortable jobs with their salaries on one shoulder and their consciences on the other fighting back and forth.
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post Dec 20 2007, 11:58 PM
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Then Cavuto should have the balls to crumble that sheet and speak his free mind.

Otherwise he's just a tool.
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post Dec 21 2007, 01:00 PM
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Yet another example (and the best one i've seen recently) of how unpatriotic FOX NEWS is. They are burning bridges with the American people during this election, and they haven't a clue.

IF FOX NEWS CAN'T SUPPORT TRUE PATRIOTS LIKE RON PAUL, I HAVE NO USE FOR THEM WHATSOEVER. THEIR ACTIONS ARE SHAMEFUL AND UNPATRIOTIC TO SAY THE LEAST.

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post Dec 21 2007, 03:29 PM
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QUOTE (LizzyTish @ Dec 20 2007, 07:21 PM)
I often wonder about that...if there are actually semi-moral people in these uncomfortable jobs with their salaries on one shoulder and their consciences on the other fighting back and forth.

See "Outfoxed" and Charlie Reina's take on Faux News (he's been there, done that).

http://dir.salon.com/story/news/feature/20.../fox/index.html

http://www.outfoxed.org/Reviews.php
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