Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Kent Snyder vs. Ed Failor

Ron Paul's Campaign Chariman Kent Snyder battles Iowa Tax Relief Chairman Ed Failor on WHO newsradio Iowa regarding the decision of Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance to exclude Ron Paul (of the other major candidates, only Mike Gravel was not invited) , from their forum. So, essentially, they invited 16 out of the 18 candidates, but didn't invite Paul because they 'couldn't invite everybody'.

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I apologize for being blunt, but Ed Failor sounds like a sniveling little weasel. He's also a senior advisor for the John McCain campaign.

2 comments:

DR_EVL said...

When listening to this, I did try to rationalize their side. It wasn't because of who they thought represented tax reform or religious beliefs for Iowa. Paul advocates both of those positions. I then thought that maybe scheduling is a legit reason. Here, it was found that they firm scheduled people that weren't even in exporatory status!?! Then I considered who they thought had the strongest chance to be president. So wait, Brownback who has shown nothing of interest yet, but he has a better chance the Ron? I then thought because this is not a debate but a small discussion, it's their perogative... So why are they including all the candidates who have shown least likely to advocate either tax relief or Christian values? Then you go to the website and Pual is the only guy under the sun that is not listed at all... I got nothing to defend them with.

DR_EVL said...

When listening to this, I did try to rationalize their side. It wasn't because of who they thought represented tax reform or religious beliefs for Iowa. Paul advocates both of those positions. I then thought that maybe scheduling is a legit reason. Here, it was found that they firm scheduled people that weren't even in exporatory status!?! Then I considered who they thought had the strongest chance to be president. So wait, Brownback who has shown nothing of interest yet, but he has a better chance the Ron? I then thought because this is not a debate but a small discussion, it's their perogative... So why are they including all the candidates who have shown least likely to advocate either tax relief or Christian values? Then you go to the website and Pual is the only guy under the sun that is not listed at all... I got nothing to defend them with.

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