The Invisible Man

In order to cling to at least some shreds of legitimacy, the Party occasionally allows outsiders into the political process. One of these Ron Paul, who was then elected to Congress despite views antithetical to the Party. The Party dare not attack Ron directly lest it expose its own weakness, so it simply acts through its influence on the media to prevent him from being heard. The Daily Show (must view, can’t embed) exposes this tactic. Just remember the near-continuous “campaigning” conducted by the Party is just propaganda, but represents a huge source of income for the commercial media. This is especially important now, when the vast majority of Americans disapprove of the way the Party is running the country, and just might be willing to consider alternatives to the Party.

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