Fox News correspondent Dick Morris appeared on The O'Reilly Factor and
Fox And Friends yesterday and attempted perhaps the most ridiculous
smear against Ron Paul to date -- suggesting that the Congressman is
more of a left wing radical than Obama.
Describing Paul as "the
most liberal, radical left-wing person to run for president in the
United States in the last 50 years," Morris added, "This guy is no
conservative. This guy is a ultra, ultra left-wing radical."
think it's horrible!" Morris exclaimed. "Nobody else wants to dismantle
the military, including Obama, but he does. Even Obama doesn't want to
repeal the Patriot Act but he does! Even Obama doesn't say that we
caused 9/11 and brought it on ourselves. But Ron Paul does. Even Obama
doesn't want to legalize heroin and cocaine, but Ron Paul does."
Watch Morris' comments below:
assertion that Ron Paul is the not only the least conservative
candidate in the 2012 GOP field, but also the most liberal is beyond
ridiculous. In fact, Ron Paul is not only the most conservative
candidate, he is officially the most conservative member of congress and
more conservative than any senator or president, not only today but
dating all the way back to 1937.
Out of 3,320 individuals, Ron
Paul ranks number 3,320 (number 1 being the most liberal) in a Common
Space Scores tabulation by distinguished political scientist Dr Keith T.
Poole. The scores are computed from all the roll calls cast in the
House and Senate for the 1937 -- 2002 period.
To suggest that the
other GOP contenders are more conservative than Ron Paul is truly
laughable. Both Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney supported the banker
bailout and Romney was the author of an almost identical proposal to
Obamacare, while Michelle Bachmann, the so-called Tea Party (Taxed
Enough Already) candidate, is a former tax collector. All candidates
also endorse an aggressive militaristic foreign policy.
charts politicians on their stance on every issue by collating news
reports, speeches and roll calls. According to their charts, Obama is
considerably more Liberal than Ron Paul -- as if we needed to point that
out in any case. Paul espouses a libertarian economic stance and
conservative positions on social issues.
The smear attacks on Ron
Paul have continued throughout the day, with the latest coming from
Bloomberg Businessweek. Columnist Joshua Green once again drags up the
long debunked "racist newsletters" non-issue and throws in a few more of
the standard attacks against Paul such as 'he's an isolationist', and
'even if he wins in Iowa it won't matter.'
A further Businessweek
break down of Paul's chances contends that the mild weather will likely
scupper his chances in Iowa, and suggests he can only win if there is a
blizzard. by Steve Watson
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