Sunday, April 22, 2012

Ron Paul To Guest Host CNBC's Squawk Box

RON PAUL U.S.A. | April 22, 2012
In my opinion, this is where Ron Paul is at his best!

The campaign announced yesterday that Ron Paul will guest host on CNBC's flagship morning show, Squawk Box, Monday, April 23.   Be sure to set your DVR's for tomorrow
morning, as the show airs at 6:00 AM and runs until 9:00 AM Eastern.  As a guest host, Dr. Paul will be present on the set for the duration of the show, and will join in conversation and interview guests on various economic and investment topics.

I first came to learn about Ron Paul's economic and fiscal ideas on this very show over 15 years ago. As a stock trader and investor, I was tuned into CNBC religiously to get the latest breaking news on anything and everything that could affect the stock market.  Dr. Paul would regularly be interviewed and guest host on this network, and would speak his same message of free markets, sound money, and fiscal restraint.  It is a great avenue to him to get is message in front of a diverse and educated market segment.

Ron Paul shines every time he gets in front of the cameras, but this is a very unique setting in which he significantly differentiates himself from the other candidates and most other politicians.  The open and conversation-style dialog on the show allows him to fully explain his ideas and get into the details of why his positions are are the right solutions for our country.  As we all know, Dr. Paul is one of the smartest leaders in the world and has amazing knowledge of global economic issues.  Other candidates, including Mitt Romney, sound very robotic and rehearsed in this setting, because they can only repeat their talking points and campaign slogans even when the conversation becomes more granular.

If you miss the interview, we will upload the YouTube as soon as possible tomorrow morning!  Good luck Dr. Paul!!!

1 comment:

  1. hear someone ask why Ron Paul, if you are wondering over Mitt Romney its probably because they look at whats going on around America they see Ron Paul is in more demand as a speaker. He draws continuous crowds of 4-5 digits people. Romney can barely get into the 4 digit number, usually has just a couple hundred in places that sit thousands and has to pay some to boot.

    Definitely the best choice if your counting the 2 nominees (Gingriches book tour Im not counting, 4.2 million in debt and wasting the taxpayers money having SS to do it)