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Measuring about 3.5 inches high including mounting bracket by 3 inches wide and about 1.5 inches thick, this little bugger is so small, it’s almost invisible. Mounted upside down on the windshield of my little Datsun bodied EM (“E” class, “M” for Modified) autocross car and configured to save the image upside down, it comes out right side up. It’s a good way to look back on laps you’ve driven and notice where you made mistakes. As you can see from the GoPro’s maiden voyage, I’m just plain slow. I used to be a lot faster and after looking at the following video, it’s obvious that I need to remember why coasting isn’t productive.
I think watching full screen is best.
If your only source of political information is the
Lamestream Mainstream Media, you would never realize that the movement known as the Tea Party Movement isn’t a monolithic group of people who support homogeneous political positions. As a dues paying (make that Ron Paul campaign contributing) member of the original reconstituted Tea Party that began on December 16, 2007, I and many others were uniformly opposed to Congressman Ron Paul’s REPUBLICAN OPPONENTS in the race for the 2008 Republican nominee. Since then a variety of ordinary NeoCon politicians labeled as Conservatives or Republicans have succeeded in representing themselves as Tea Party members. I guess they’re free to do so, since there’s no formal Tea Party membership and no formal membership criteria. Nevertheless, I am compelled to make the point that people like Dick Armey, Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, Herman Cain and all the others on the stage with Ron Paul – are impostors.
Tom Mullen recently published an article on his blog that makes my point better than I can. Read it HERE.
After watching the following video, leave a comment explaining why the Iranians shouldn’t feel the need of nuclear weapons.
If Ron Paul isn’t elected president in 2012, we’re all going to be Iranians. Enemies of the state.
In my previous post, I pointed out the way the mainstream media is attempting to ignore Ron Paul or when they do mention his polling numbers, the polls themselves become suspect. In this post, I will point out that the only thing worse than the mainstream media ignoring Ron Paul is when it decides not to ignore him but instead attempts to denegrate, or ridicule his views. What’s interesting is that the rivalry that exists between Fox and CNN is put aside as they find the most contraversial Ron Paul statements made during an interview by their competitors and attempt to put him in the position of either defending what’s presented as an outrageous statement, denying it, or admitting that he didn’t mean it.
The first two videos below illustrate one example of the above tag team strategy used by Fox and CNN. The last three videos illustrate that Ron Paul knew what he was talking about in the first two videos.
Chris Wallace (Fox News) interviewing Ron Paul on FEMA in conjunction with hurricane Irene on the Eastern Seaboard asks a series of questions predicated on the premise that Ron Paul’s views are radical, extreme and certainly not mainstream.
IN 2012 IT’S RON PAUL
NOBODY AT ALL
Message to the GOP leadership and to their willing accomplices in the media:
In 2012, it’s RON PAUL or NOBODY AT ALL.
If the GOP thinks the Republican Party can regain the White House, it had better start recognizing and supporting the candidacy of Congressman, Doctor Ron Paul right now and start to honestly present the history and voting records of his big government, mainstream, media favorite opponents for what they are… regardless of the fact that some of them will come off looking like idiots, corporate shills, socialists and uninformed Tea Party imposters.
The following videos are presented for the simple purpose of illustrating that Ron Paul has been right for AT LEAST 23 years. The first two videos were recorded in 1988 when Ron Paul ran for the office of president as the Libertarian Party candidate. Notice that he explains what was going on back then and predicted EXACTLY what the result would be.
Part 1 – 1988 Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Ron Paul interview.
Part 2 – 1988 Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Ron Paul interview.
In this video we see that a mainstream media network isn’t happy that it inadvertently allowed Ron Paul’s accurate message to be aired and potentially heard by the American public.
John Stewart hosts a show on the comedy channel. Even so, it’s possibly the least biased news outlet around. In the following video, he exposes the blatent bias that exists on a variety of the so-called “legitimate” news channels.
If you don’t want to see Obama re-elected… All Independents including libertarian Party, Green Party, Constitution Party members as well as freedom loving Republicans and Democrats need to register as Republicans to insure that Ron Paul becomes the GOP nominee and INSURE that either Ron Paul or Barack Obama will be the next president.
Personally; If Ron Paul doesn’t win in 2012, I don’t think it matters who wins.
I’m overwhelmed. There are too many important politically oriented subjects in the news these days. Most of them are bogged down with 30 second sound bites trying to explain or describe a complicated issue that I couldn’t properly explain without either writing a book or do a blog entry with footnotes referring to several credible outside sources.
Here’s a more frivolous topic. Congressman Ron Paul is a candidate for the Republican presidential nominee. He is 75 or 76 years old. The media always brings up his age to diminish his credibility as a worthwhile candidate. The last time I heard this done, Congressman Paul responded with a challenge that I wouldn’t accept. Would you?