Habeas Corpus 
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Re: “Ron Paul’s Revolution Wasn’t Televised, But They Sold A Lot of Tickets For The Live Show

This article starts off in a reasonably normal fashion, building up Ron Paul, the protagonist (i.e., the main character), with logos and ethos. The author's credibilty descends, however, quite rapidly, at around the midway point. It is from here that the author's opinions of the protagonist become known. This is a big no-no in the world of journalism, at least professional journalism. From there it is all pretty much down hill. The author seemed to pull up for air around the 3/4 pole, but then continued on his downward descent. The author either needs to (a) do a better job at reporting objectively, or (b) do a better job at concealing his own true beliefs, or both. Otherwise, he might find himself being recruited for a job at CNN, Fox, MSNBC, Huffington Post, etc.

- Habeas Corpus

Posted by Habeas Corpus on 03/30/2010 at 11:34 PM

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