Posted 1 year ago on Feb. 17, 2012, 9:56 a.m. EST by asauti
from Port Orchard, WA
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
There are four candidates still in the running to unseat the current president in the 2012 election. However, when watching television news, reading newspapers and/or examining the websites of the mainstream media, one would likely believe there are only three: Gingrich, Romney, and Santorum.
The mainstream media is giving Nearly Zero attention to Ron Paul.
Why is that? Why, for example, is it not Gingrich that is garnering such a minute amount of attention? After all, he is the "most behind" in the cumulative results of the states who have been polled. Yet, his name and photo continue to appear in many mainstream articles about the election.
When viewing independent journalist websites and user-generated media, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, one finds that Ron Paul is quite popular among "The People". His campaign contributions are made up by small donations from individuals across the country - not corporations. And with all of these small donations, he has been able to raise a lot of capital, allowing him to stay in the race far longer than other competitors.
But the mainstream media is turning a "blind eye" to his "Message of Freedom". Very strange, indeed.