2:10 “I do look for short periods of time at all of the TV channels just to see what all the propaganda is all about, and I’ve noticed one thing: if there’s a station that leans towards conservative — which there are probably about three now in that category — that I think the personnel seem much friendlier, and present themselves better, and they’re not antagonistic. The more progressive you get, the more liberal you get, I’ve noticed they very rarely smile. I think it’s not just something I’m making up. I think the left, the progressives who are so up tight about telling everybody how to do, since it’s an impossible task, they’re very unhappy people.
And then I got to thinking about it. That was sort of the way it was in the Congress, that people were miserable when they take it upon themselves they’re going to save the world, and ‘all we have to do is to get the people to listen,’ and they get very frustrated because ‘they’re not listening to us. If they listened to us everything would be so much better.'”
8:05 “I definitely think that people who depend on others or who want to be somebody else’s boss are less happy. That’s one of the good things about thinking about independence, self-reliance, getting the satisfaction of taking care of oneself….” Continue reading “Ron Paul: Progressive TV newscasters ‘rarely smile; they’re very unhappy people’ — true about liberal congressmen too”