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By Lynn Stuter

February 12, 2008

A news article and e-mail have been circulating claiming that Ron Paul has withdrawn from the Presidential race.

Nothing could be further from the truth; Ron Paul has not withdrawn from the Presidential race. Let me make that crystal clear: Ron Paul has not withdrawn from the Presidential race.

What has happened is that Ron Paul has had to address a serious threat to his congressional seat in his district. While Ron Paul was assured that a run against his seat would not be made while he was campaigning for president, that assurance proved false. Quite obviously, the individual seeking to unseat Ron Paul in his congressional district was put up to declaring his candidacy because Ron Paul�s candidacy for president is being far too successful and a need existed to divert Ron Paul�s attention away from his presidential bid. That the declaration to run for Ron Paul�s congressional seat was made so close to Romney�s announcement that he was suspending his campaign, is beyond coincidence.

That the neo-con Republicans would do this should come as no surprise to anyone who has watched the political scene for very long.

But Ron Paul has not withdrawn from the Presidential race. It is crucial that Ron Paul supporters understand this and understand the import.

Mitt Romney has pretty much dropped out of the race in the name of �party unity.� He was obviously made an offer he couldn�t refuse.

Huckabee is flapping in the wind. He claims to be a minister; he isn�t; has never been ordained. He is an associate of the world church promoter, Rick Warren, promoter of the self-centered �purpose driven� apostasy. Huckabee has told so many lies that only the wittingly ignorant would believe anything he says. His actions as governor of Arkansas speak louder than his claims to the contrary.

Since Romney suspended his campaign, McCain has come up against growing resistance over claims that he aided and abetted his captors while a POW in Vietnam. If McCain had and has nothing to hide, why was he instrumental in making sure that POW/MIA records would be withheld from public scrutiny? Why did he support legislation that would make sure POW/MIAs would be abandoned to their fate in Vietnam and other places such as the former U.S.S.R. where it is claimed many Vietnam POW/MIAs ended up? McCain�s answers to these questions are not satisfactory by any stretch of the imagination. He�s being referred to, in many circles, as a Manchurian Candidate.

McCain might secure the Republican nomination. But, again, his candidacy could very well be reminiscent of the Republican candidacy of Bob Dole who, essentially, gave the presidency to Bill Clinton in 1996. McCain�s laundry list of negative attributes far outweighs the positive. His support amongst Republicans is ill-advised; undoubtedly, that support will continue to erode as McCain shows his true colors under the duress of growing opposition. Since Romney suspended his bid for the Republican nomination, resistance to McCain has mushroomed rapidly even with the likes of Giuliani, Perry, Schwarzenegger lining up like dominoes in support of him. This leaves the Republican nomination wide open, especially if the neo-cons decide that McCain could lose them the White House. If that happens, look for McCain to develop an undisclosed malady causing him to drop out.

That mainstream media is foaming at the mouth to keep any mention of Ron Paul out of the news is a given, both at the national level and at the local level. When Ron Paul was due to come to Spokane, Washington, one of the nationally affiliated stations, KXLY, put a small blurb on their website announcing his coming. One station, KHQ, did a short interview with him during his stop over. The other station, KREM, made no mention of his coming or his being here. When asked why not, KREM stated there was an emergency the day of Ron Paul�s visit that took precedence. They apparently figured this covered their failure to announce that he was coming, too.

When Michelle Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton came to town, February 8, 2008, the day before the Washington caucuses were held, the area was experiencing one emergency after the next due to blowing and drifting snow closing roads and stranding drivers, yet KREM�s coverage of the Obama and Clinton visits was extensive, as was their announcing these two were to be in Spokane.

On their 5 p.m. newscast on Saturday, February 9, 2008, a KREM reporter made reference to Ron Paul winning substantially at the Spokane County Republican caucus. The link to the video footage, supposedly posted on the KREM website, produces no corresponding video. The link to a second video, done by another reporter on February 10, 2008, titled �google Ron Paul� also produces no corresponding video. That these two links produce no corresponding video is obviously no coincidence.

Fair and balanced reporting? How much more blatant could the discrimination against Ron Paul be?

KREM is the local CBS affiliate. How much does their aversion to reporting on Ron Paul have to do with the fact that Katie Couric, CBS�s anchor, is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, one of the groups working diligently to destroy America�s sovereignty in the interests of world government? Couric claims to have put important questions to �all the candidates� but she lied; she only put what she deemed �important questions� to certain candidates.

While the biased and unfair reporting tends to raise the hackles of Ron Paul supporters, the effect on the populace, in general, has been to wonder why mainstream media is ignoring this candidate. Many have gone looking on the internet, only to find a candidate who truly believes in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, who has truly honored his oath of office. They don�t find some whacked out fringer but a man of principle, who walks the walk and talks the talk of the average American concerned about where the leaders of this nation have taken, are taking, America; the same leaders whom the mainstream media fawns all over every time they open their mouths. Ron Paul supporters come from every socio-economic stratum, every political spectrum, every ethnic group in America. He truly has the universal support among the American people that none of the other candidates can claim.

Is it any wonder that mainstream media is frothing at the mouth to keep Ron Paul�s name out of the news?

Because of Ron Paul, the American people are coming to the realization that the Federal Reserve isn�t federal, isn�t constitutional, is owned by foreign interests, and is undermining the economy of America and the American people with the blessing of Congress with the exception of Ron Paul who has voted consistently against it and its policies.

Ron Paul has stated he would do away with the Internal Revenue Service, the IRS, an entity that has no constitutional basis and no constitutional authority to tax the wages of the American people, yet continues to do so with the blessing of Congress with the exception of Ron Paul who has voted consistently against it and its policies.

These are but two (albeit big) issues on which Ron Paul, via his presidential campaign, has educated the American people about what is versus what should be.

The American people, because of the Ron Paul campaign, are waking to the reality of what is wrong with America, why it is wrong, and what needs to be done. National mainstream media outlets such as CBS, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, FOX, and CNN work for those who truly want the American people kept in the dark and fed b.s. until it is too late.

If nothing else, the aversion of mainstream media to the one candidate who truly represents the American people should send a clear message to the American people that mainstream media only reports what the powers-that-be want the American people to hear. Truthful is not a requisite; nor is full and extensive coverage of what is really going on, both inside America or in foreign lands where America is involved. What the mainstream media reports and the reality are too often 180 degrees opposite. A for instance is: How many are aware that while American�s are losing their homes, their jobs, their businesses, Bush wants a $1.3 billion economic stimulus package for Mexico? Don�t believe it, here�s the story you didn�t hear about from main stream media.

To those supporting Ron Paul I say this: do not, for one instance, believe that Ron Paul has withdrawn from the presidential race. He has not.

Further, I say to you, stay the course, vote for Ron Paul even if you have to write his name in on the general election ballot. Hold the line, do not vote for the lesser of two evils; vote your conscience; vote for the one man who truly represents the American people.

Whether McCain, Clinton or Obama wins the White House on November 4, 2008, makes no difference. Each of these individuals is beholden to those seeking to destroy this nation; they have been bought like the political whores they are. It will make no difference which of them wins the prize; they will all dance on the strings of their puppet handlers.

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What will make the difference is if the Ron Paul supporters hold the line, vote for Ron Paul even if we have to write his name in on the general election ballot. In that we send a clear and undeniable message that the Ron Paul Revolution has not and will not die; that we will take our country back from those intent on destroying our sovereignty, our way of life, and plunging America and the American people into the third world status of other nations.

Our numbers are growing exponentially as the likes of McCain, Clinton, Obama, Huckabee and Romney are exposed for the frauds they are. We might not win the presidency on November 4, 2008, but we will win in the long run if we hold the line; stay the course; vote for Ron Paul.

� 2008 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved

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Mother and wife, Stuter has spent the past fifteen years researching systems theory with a particular emphasis on education. She home schooled two daughters, now grown and on their own. She has worked with legislators, both state and federal, on issues pertaining to systems governance and education reform. She networks nationwide with other researchers and citizens concerned with the transformation of our nation. She has traveled the United States and lived overseas.

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Whether McCain, Clinton or Obama wins the White House on November 4, 2008, makes no difference. Each of these individuals is beholden to those seeking to destroy this nation; they have been bought like the political whores they are.