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Saturday, May 12, 2007

Myspace sensors Ron Paul

Myspace is owned by the CEO of the neoconservative Fox News channel.
Those who know congressmen Ron Paul will know that Ron Paul is anything
but a neoconservative, but he is running for president in 2008 as a
republican. It seems that the neoconservative CEO of Myspace is afraid
of a republican getting attention that is not a neoconservative. There
have been reports from Ron Paul supporters that Myspace is blocking
postings about Ron Paul. Why would Myspace be doing this? Are the
neoconservatives that desperate to keep the American people from
hearing anything except the status quo? Iraq is fine. The economy is
fine. bla bla bla

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