THE CAR­TOON PAUL

The Washington Times Daily - - Politics -

Now on re­tail book shelves and Ama­zon, it’s the 32-page “Po­lit­i­cal Power: Ron Paul” bi­o­graph­i­cal comic book.

“Mitt Rom­ney might be win­ning the del­e­gates, but Ron Paul has won over the re­tail­ers. The Ron Paul comic is out­selling a sim­i­lar book on Mitt Rom­ney,” says Dar­ren Davis, the pub­lisher of Blue Water Comics, who man­aged to hand Mr. Paul a few copies dur­ing the Washington state cau­cuses.

“Ron Paul is many things — doc­tor, politi­cian and now comic book char­ac­ter,” adds Mr. Davis, who has al­ready pro­duced comics based on Mitt Rom­ney, Sarah Palin, Pres­i­dent Obama and for­mer Pres­i­dent Ge­orge W. Bush. “No one can ever say Rep. Paul is bor­ing. And is 2012 the year that this Re­pub­li­can, with lib­er­tar­ian ten­den­cies and a loyal fol­low­ing, claims the White House?” near­ing $4 a gal­lon, the un­em­ploy­ment rate hov­ers over 8 per­cent, the U.S. debt is soar­ing to as­tro­nom­i­cal highs, but MSNBC is too busy to cover these le­git­i­mate news sto­ries. In­stead, you go af­ter Rush.”

(Me­dia Re­search Cen­ter founder Brent Bozell in a let­ter to MSNBC pres­i­dent Phil Grif­fin and Brian Roberts, chair­man and CEO of Com­cast, the net­work’s par­ent com­pany. Mr. Bozell sug­gests MSNBC fire Mr. Schultz, or be con­sid­ered “hyp­ocrites.”)

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