John King Ignores Ron Paul, Gets Booed By Crowd at S.C. Debate

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John King did not have a good night Thursday.

At last night's CNN debate in Charleston, S.C., the network's moderator was absolutely eviscerated by Newt Gingrich after King brought up his ex-wife's recent interview in undoubtedly the event's most memorable exchange.

Not only that, he seemed to skip over Ron Paul - a doctor by trade - more than once, most notably during an exchange about the candidates abortion positions:

Following a back-and-forth between Republican presidential candidates Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, King changed the topic, only to be booed by the crowd.

Because he had completely ignored the fourth candidate on stage, Paul.

Paul laughed off the oversight, noting “John, once again, it’s a medical subject and I’m a doctor!” Paul, an obstetrician, went on to weigh in on the subject.

The Texas Congressman voiced concerns about federal funding of institutions providing abortions, saying such decisions should be made on a state-by-state basis.

South Carolina's crucial primary takes place tomorrow.

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The first poster, Ken, declares that he is a Canadian but has been volunteering in the Washington State primaries. Doesn't Canada prohibit its citizens from taking part in foreign political activities? If not, it should, and we certainly should not allow it here. Ken is being very presumptous.


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Ron Paul is the only candidate that is not in the race for fame. Morals matter the way a person looks does not. I believe its his "goofy" look that holds Dr. Paul Back. He is Clearly the best canddate.


Ron Paul is the only candidate that is not in the race for fame. Morals matter the way a person looks does not. I believe its his "goofy" look that hold Dr. Paul Back. He is Clearly the best canddate.


I will vote for Dr. Paul, even if I have to write him in. I'd prefer Obama to Romney. An Obama win means another chance in 4 years, but a Romney win dooms us to a choice between incumbent Romney vs Hillary Clinton in 2016 and therefore no chance for anything better for 8 more years. Malaysia, thank you for posting your insightful comments. I am so pleased to add your country to my list of those with pro-Paul commenters, a list that so far includes Canada, Switzerland, Spain, UK, Indonesia, Brazil, New Zealand and Australia. It seems that many throughout the world desire the peace that Dr. Paul would bring.


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