Ron Paul is on the Colbert Report at 11:30 pm EDT tonight.
Update. Here’s the video:
Also, here’s footage of Ron Paul’s arrival at Colbert HQ:
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Ron did an awesome job in this interview. Wish he had more time to explain why he would get
rid of those departments (I’ve done my research on him and know its because he thinks those
powers should be up to the states), but its time for all of us to stand up and get Ron Paul
into office! Go Ron Paul!
The best way to get Ron Paul elected is to educate people about the other candidates. Most of the other candidates are backed by the money of David Rockefeller in one way or another, and that money is being spent for the purpose of pushing forward the agenda for One World Government, which will greatly benefit international corporations.
Let the people know which candidates belong to the Council on Foreign Relations, which advocates One World Government –
People need to see that Ron Paul is not a quack-job libertarian who wants anarchy. I think all these interviews with John Stewart and Bill Maher and such are good because they show his sense of humor and also that he’s about the only Republican who can simultaneously be the hero of both Bill Maher and Tucker Carlson!
It was funny to watch Dr. Paul speak with a Bill “O-reeally” satirist, Colbert. Having a real conservative on the stage really helped to illustrate the hypocrisy of Bill and all of his phony socialists masquerading as “conservatives.”
Ron Paul has done well on all of his appearances so far, his fund raising is going quite nicely, having already raised a few million dollars. His odds are definitely improving, the more public appearances he gets. Even if they don’t let him speak on the “debates” (not that anyone even watches those debates) he can get publicity elsewhere, as his ideas resonate with the hearts of most Americans.