THE CARTOON PAUL
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.”)