Camelot Castle's Song about Ron Paul Hijacks Debate on Hilary Clinton

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Ron Paul campaign hijacks international TV news show, wins debate hands down as his ideas emerge as the only truly creditiable republican opposition to a Clinton or Obama challenge.

Camelot Castle causes Ron Paul campaign to hijack news show. In a news program initially presented to question whether or not Hillary Clinton might or might not win the US presidency, British and US experts in media and US politics, when gathered, found themselves discussing and giving considerable airtime to the merits of Ron Paul's campaign and agreed that Ron Paul's campaign has far more reach than the media might have imagined. Most importantly that Ron Paul's nomination would indeed split the Democratic vote.

As Professor Toni Michelle Travis of George Mason University stated.

"Ron Paul can split the democratic vote."

As the only candidate running that will bring the troops home immediately and who will manage the economy so that the US dollar will recover and not result in long term economic depression due to mismanagement of federal debt, Ron Paul's credibility is rising in the media.

The news program was presented by the internationally recognised and acclaimed celebrity news journalist Yvonne Ridley whose program "The Agenda" had decided to feature and showcase a song dedicated to Ron Paul by John Mappin - released by Camelot Castle in England, as part of the show. The song - Inner Truth - had been released on U Tube two days before the show and had shot to number one on U Tube in Britain the very next next day.

For those monitoring the momentum and growth behind Ron Paul's Presidential Campaign the entire program is quite historic and makes extremely interesting viewing. It can be viewed at Press tv's website.

Those wishing to view this edition of the news program "THE AGENDA" in full should go to:

PRESS TV's website:

Then click on the link at the site for the program titled: Can Hillary Win?


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