Written by Cal Jennings
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Topics: Ron Paul, YouTube

Wednesday, 13 June 2007

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This is what you get when you post a Ron Paul video on YouTube

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - The Internets - In an effort to block, or at least slow down Ron Paul's extreme popularity on the internet, YouTube has been delaying videos meant for Ron Paul's Iowa Straw Poll campaign. This is only one small part of an enormous effort by Internet sites to block Ron Paul's campaign.

Other sites have been shaving points from Ron Paul in their polls in significant numbers, trying to keep him from winning the polls. It seems that the only way that they can keep him from winning is to cheat by removing large numbers of votes from his score.

This shows the advances that Lady Liberty has made in America. It shows just how much The People's opinion counts in anything regarding the government. It shows the enormity of freedom from censorship that we have in our media today! America has a reason to stand up and be proud of its leaders and its media.

One media reporter at a media website doing the polls said, "We have to stop those dang Ron Paul spammers from influencing opinion. I don't care if a person can only enter one vote. Those people must have found some way around it. They must be creating dummy e-mail accounts so they can vote more than once. There can't be that many people in America interested in their freedom.

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