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Old 03-01-2012, 05:01 PM
 
Location: Georgia
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Originally Posted by noexcuseforignorance View Post
Outside of you typical Ron Paul supporters, nobody really cares about Ron Paul. Outside of American, almost nobody knows who he is. Thus, I doubt it's the most hated vidoe on the web.

Europeans for Ron Paul
Even Europe is enthralled with Ron Paul | Common Sense
EconomicPolicyJournal.com: They Love Ron Paul in Europe
Asia Times Online :: Ron Paul vote raises alarm (http://atimes.com/atimes/global_economy/na06dj02.html - broken link)

Keep opening your mouth and inserting your foot ignorance I enjoy proving you wrong.
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Old 03-01-2012, 06:33 PM
 
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Well the biggest problem is that Israel supporters wasted their money.

Average American response will be: "Who the hell is Gary whatshisname?"
No they didn't waste their money,Gary Bauer is very well known in evangelical circles,who are the target audience.The average American doesn't know who Gary Bauer is but the average American doesn't tend to care too much about Israel either.Its only a certain segment of the evangelical community that is fixated on Israel....and they are much more fixated on it then even the 'average jewish American'.

I still haven't figured out why this video would rate as 'The Most Hated Video on the Web"I can't figure out why most would even waste the 60 seconds watching it...I only did due to the way RPON hyped it in the thread title.I was expecting some entertainment value...I want my 60 seconds back
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Old 03-01-2012, 06:48 PM
 
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Europeans for Ron Paul
Even Europe is enthralled with Ron Paul | Common Sense
EconomicPolicyJournal.com: They Love Ron Paul in Europe
Asia Times Online :: Ron Paul vote raises alarm (http://atimes.com/atimes/global_economy/na06dj02.html - broken link)

Keep opening your mouth and inserting your foot ignorance I enjoy proving you wrong.
After reading through your links I didn't see much to indicate a whole lot of europeans know who Ron Paul is.The comments section on several seem to indicate that like here he has a very dedicated but small group of supporters overseas.I did find it a bit amusing to see the NSA and CIA had recruiting ads right next to and within the referenced Ron Paul article on the asiantimes online site.
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