Skip to comments.MSNBC Fail: Graphics Team Confuses Ron Paul with Paul Ryan
Posted on 07/18/2012 1:21:20 PM PDT by Kaslin
On today's edition of MSNBC Live, anchor Thomas Roberts talked with Michael Barbaro of the New York Times discussing the so-called Young Guns who are on the short list to be Mitt Romney's running mate: Sen. Kelly Ayotte (N.H.), Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.), Gov. Bobby Jindal (La.), and Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.).
But when the MSNBC graphics team showed photos of the Young Guns, they accidentally used a photo of Rep. Ron Paul, the septuagenarian former Republican presidential candidate with strong libertarian convictions, in lieu of Paul Ryan. See our video below:
MSNBC Fail: Graphics Team Confuses Ron Paul with Paul Ryan
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A closer look match would have been Pat Paulson, surpised MSNBC didn’t use his image.
MSNBC is done. see ya idiots.
What a bunch of idiots at MSNBC.
You have to admit it’s rare to see Baraqqis demonstrating without pre-printed union made signs....
Then there was what MSLSD did to Niger Innis’ name. But I don’t think that was accidental.
Since Ron Paul is so old and Paul Ryan hates old people, therefore according to MCNBC Ron Paul wants to thro himself over the cliff?????
I have heard about it, but since I don’t watch PMSNBC, I did not see it
It was rather niggardly of them, as I recall....
Hey...you want a laugh? Type “msnbc.com” into your browser URL box and see what happens....
Really does anyone of consequence watch that joke channel?
I completely forget about it as a news outlet until Rush says something amusing about them. They’re nothing but an agent provocateur and everyone knows it...it’s amazing that they even get any advertising.
Now wonder MS pulled out of MSNBC
I literally LOL whenever I see that picture.
The most telling question with a "Yes" response was: "So you're OK with BHO choosing Sarah Palin as his running mate?"
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