Donnerstag, 1. November 2007

Time Magazine berichtet über die "Revolution"

Das Time Magazine berichtet heute über die Ron Paul Revolution. Der Grundtenor des Artikels lässt sich in einem Satz zusammenfassen: Ron Paul und seine Anhänger sind Nerds, Exzentriker und Verrückte.

His message, even if packaged in obscure economic lectures, is that there is something very corrupt, very Halliburton-Blackwatery going on with our military-industrial complex, and that can attract some pretty weird followers.

Paul's fans — and there were more than 100 of them in Leno's audience, many of whom had flown in from out of town — are entranced by a man who responds to surprising information with "Wowee" and a jaw-dropped smile not often seen apart from 5-year-old boys and Muppets.

Auch der ach so neutrale Umfrageexperte Frank Luntz (Fuck you Frank!) darf sich über die "Paulites" auslassen:

"His supporters are the equivalent of crabgrass," says GOP consultant Frank Luntz. "It's not the grass you want, and it spreads faster than the real stuff. They just like him because he's the most anti-Establishment of all the candidates, the most likely to look at the camera during the debates and say, 'Hey, Washington, f____ you.'"

Ein kleines Juwel war aber auch für die Paulaner im Bericht zu finden:

On Tuesday, both Paul and Tom Cruise were guests on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The actor went to Paul's dressing room to thank him for his work on a bill fighting the forced mental screening of grade-school kids. "Go. Go. Go. Go hard," Cruise said. Paul turned to an aide and asked, "What movies has he been in?"

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