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Sunday, January 29, 2012
The Definitive Not-Too-Shabby Ron Paul Interview
Readers of mwbh know that this writer is not particularly enamored with any of the Republican candidates for President, and has been wavering between Ron Paul and Rick Santorum, all the while preparing to hold his nose at the thought of "pulling the lever" for Mitt Romney (which should not be confused with being "in the tank" for him), and concluding that Newt Gingrich needs to retire and spend more time with his wife before moving on to the next one, maybe hold a garage sale and sell off some of his excess baggage. That said, this is a halfway-decent interview with Congressman Paul on that fair-and-balanced bastion of neo-cons everywhere Fox News. They treat him pretty decently without soft-pedalling the questions, and Paul manages to avoid going off on the Trilateral Commission for nearly twenty minutes.
Now there's something you don't see every day. Exit question: yours truly didn't get to hear the last few minutes. Do they mention the newsletter thing?