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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Guys. Ron Paul finally unloaded and is now running advertisements here in New Hampshire. It is exciting times! I drove down to Florida and back to New Hampshire with a Ron Paul bumper sticker- we saw Ron Paul stuff everywhere! Some examples of what we saw:

  • A renegade Ron Paul sign hanging from the bottom of an overpass near Balitmore
  • A minivan with Ron Paul stuff covered all over the back side of it in Virginia
  • A car in Florida with multiple Ron Paul bumper stickers covering it's window

    It was amazing! Plus we met other Ron Paul supporters standing in line at Animal Kingdom in Orlando. Unbelievable!

    Now, in New Hampshire Ron Paul is starting to spend money on ads and will send out a 12 page full color booklet to all NH republicans. Just in the nick of time. Everything is accelerating now, the chase has finally truly begun- but before he's even spent the first dime on ads Ron Paul is already polling up to 7.5% in New Hampshire - above Thompson and Huckabee!

    It will be VERY interesting to see what the numbers do after these mailers and ads are out there. Very interesting indeed.

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  • Monday, October 22, 2007

    There was coverage of last night's debate this morning, on NPR's Morning Edition- "GOP Candidates Take Aim at Each Other" by Mara Liasson. Was there any mention of Ron Paul? No, not this time. But what really stung was that Liasson outlined who was "in the running for front runner status" - Thompson, McCain, Giulani, Romney and Huckabee.

    Huckabee? Still? - Liasson went on to explain that Huckabee, who hasn't "raised much money" is "showing surprising strength amongst social conservatives" - pointing out that he came in second this weekend at the values voters summit straw poll, and "that he's running third in several Iowa polls."

    Woah woah woah. Surely if she believes Huckabee to be in the running then she must consider Ron Paul as well! Allow me to retort, Ms. Liasson:

    #1 Ron Paul outraised Mike Huckabee, Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo and Sam Brownback's combined fund raising efforts by 61 percent in the last quarter - raising over 5 million dollars, second only to Giuliani and Thomspon (beating McCain and Romney). Source: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/fundraising

    #2 He placed third in the same values voters summit that Huckabee placed second in - Results: http://www.frcaction.org/get.cfm?i=PR07J04

    #3 Ron Paul has finished ahead of Huckabee in 30 of the 35 straw polls he's been up against him in. Source: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/straw-poll-results/

    So I think it's time that Mara Liasson updates her recounting of who is in the running for the front-runner status for the republican nominee. Not only that, but I think it's time for EVERYONE to update their notes on who is in the running for front runner status. Ron Paul is clearly ahead of Huckabee, so he should be considered in the running for front-runner status - and if you aren't going to include Ron Paul in that list then Huckabee shouldn't be included either!

    It's time for a change, one way or the other.

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    Sunday, October 21, 2007

    As you might have heard, Florida has been stripped of their delegates for participating in the 2008 Democratic Primary. Other states, who have moved their primary dates up against Democratic Party rules, are also facing similar situations- in Michigan many Democratic candidates aren't even registering to be on the ballot. So this means that democratic voters in those states can only make symbolic votes and may not even have a choice of who to vote for--

    OR


    Or, democratic voters in those states could participate in their republican primaries and make their votes count for something! They'd have a chance to influence who the democratic nominee would eventually be running against. They'd have a chance to "hedge their bets" and vote for the candidate they'd feel the most comfortable having in office, should the democratic nominee lose.

    They'd have a chance to make their vote count!

    So Democrats, which republican candidate should you support? Well, as an individual who has voted democrat in every presidential election I'm here to tell you that I am going to vote in the republican primary for Ron Paul. Why? Please hear me out:

    First, you have to know that I've never voted for a Republican president and I never thought I ever would- but Ron Paul is different. Far different. First of all, Ron Paul voted against the Iraq war and the Patriot Act from the start- something most Democrats and other Republican candidates cannot claim. He's one of the only Republican candidates who stands up for civil rights, who speaks sensibly about America's place in the world, who insists on the rule of law and rejects the exceptionalism and emergency powers advocated by every other GOP candidate.

    But, you say- isn't he a "long shot candidate?" - Well, there are those who are comparing Ron Paul to Howard Dean in terms of the strong support he's received on the internet. Dean turned that support into victories in the early primaries before his "dean scream," and could easily have gone on to win the nomination (he did go on to become the chair of the democratic party). Today his national polling numbers are at their highest- he is one of the top 3 in overall fund raising, and Ron Paul is the most popular candidate on the internet- has the highest number of youtube channel subscribers, has the highest number of searches on google according to google trends, and has the largest number of meetup.com groups of all the other candidates.

    Please, seriously consider participating in the republican primary this year to vote for Ron Paul- I've provided additional information, and informative videos about him below-- please do the research to make your decision *today* because time is running out- you may have to change your affiliation ahead of the primary in order to vote for Ron Paul if you end up choosing to:

    (writeup) Who is Ron Paul? http://www.ronpaul2008.com/about/
    (video) Bill Maher on Ron Paul: http://youtube.com/watch?v=WUYDt7kC3Z0
    (video) Ron Paul at the debates this year: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/snippets/47/ron-paul-at-the-debates/
    (videos) Ron Paul Youtube channel (#1 presidential channel!) http://www.youtube.com/RonPaul2008DotCom
    (wikipedia oveview) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_paul
    (wikipedia VERY detailed article on all his political positions and record) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_positions_of_Ron_Paul

    Quick summary of Ron Paul's record:
    He has never voted to raise taxes.
    He has never voted for an unbalanced budget.
    He has never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership.
    He has never voted to raise congressional pay.
    He has never taken a government-paid junket.
    He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.

    He voted against the Patriot Act.
    He voted against regulating the Internet.
    He voted against the Iraq war.

    He does not participate in the lucrative congressional pension program.
    He returns a portion of his annual congressional office budget to the U.S. treasury every year.

    Please consider joining me in supporting Ron Paul - or at least spread the word to those who you think would appreciate hearing it!

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    Friday, October 19, 2007

    Unbelievable!!! You MUST watch this story- this is it, this is what we've been waiting for - all eyes are turning to him, and this weekend's debate is going to be SUPER SUPER KEY.

    If Ron Paul shines at this debate then there will be NO STOPPING HIM. Watch this video- the future is happening in front of our eyes!! - and don't forget to check out this wonderful Ron Paul cartoon "ad" :)

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    Wednesday, October 17, 2007

    There was coverage of the press conference I mentioned yesterday :
    "Paul has about half of the funds that Giuliani has and is becoming the driving force in the Republican presidential primary.

    Paul’s campaign had a very simple message for the media. Three candidates are funded to seriously compete in the Republican primary, they are Giuliani, Thompson, and Paul.

    Ron Paul’s campaign is in an interesting position to demand equal time in the upcoming Fox News debate."

    Just look at these numbers, Ron Paul is less than $1 million away from catching Fred Thompson!

    Looks like the media now catching on! FOXNews used the phrase "Darkhorse Success" - he's moved up, he's moved up to top tier!!! Check out this morning's interview with Ron Paul on "FOX & Friends"-

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    Tuesday, October 16, 2007

    Just look at these numbers- polling at 5% in the National USAToday Gallup Poll, his highest national polling numbers ever!

    Not only that, but his fund raising is off the charts- the #2 highest fund raiser in New Hampshire and New Hampshire is first in Ron Paul donors per capita in the country...his second strongest "state" per capita is Washington D.C.! - but donors are spread out all over the country - comparitvely more spread out then others

    With all of this momentum behind him Ron Paul will be holding a national press conference tomorrow (10/17) to shout from the roof tops and to the WORLD that Ron Paul is now a top-tier candidate and he has truly arrived!

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    Monday, October 15, 2007

    "SPARKS, Nev. – Ron Paul won the GOP presidential straw poll conducted by organizers at the Conservative Leadership Conference held at the Nugget Casino this weekend “by a large margin,” according to an organizer. Paul won with 32 percent, McCain came in second with 17 percent" - Romney came in 4th overall.
    As printed at MSNBC.com - Ron Paul just earned yet another straw poll victory. This adds to his dominance as Ron Paul has been the winner of the lion's share of straw polls taken this year nationwide.

    But editorially I feel like MSNBC really dropped the ball on this one- as one Digg commenter eloquently put it: "It's such bullshit. A story about Mitt Romney loosing - not Ron Paul winning. Why the fuck to we tolerate this from our media?" - yes, yes indeed. But I think it illustrates an important point- Romney had his people there, according to the article, but they just didn't vote for him- they didn't put forth the effort. They didn't do it because there just isn't any passion for Romney, certainly not when compared to Ron Paul supporters.

    But will the passion be contagious enough to make a difference? Ron Paul is trying to raise 4 million dollars this month- he's only up to $850,000 as of today. If you care about Ron Paul, I urge you to make a donation- no amount too small! In the last quarter I only donated $5, but I did my part and he raised over $5 MILLION last quarter! - but I'm not too worried about his fundraising skills- $1 million of that $5 million came in the last seven days. The man's got skills. He's gonna have the money and people are going to learn about his words and his special message of liberty.

    Lastly, today I was talking about Ron Paul and what Ronald Reagan said about him... and I couldn't recall the exact quote. But I have it now in the form of a 1 minute youtube clip- an excellent clip, one that I think could be a campaign commercial:

    "Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country." -Ronald Reagan
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    Thursday, October 11, 2007

    My first post in over 6 months and it's to deliver a very important message for registered democrat voters in New York and New Hampshire:

    If you know nothing about, haven't learned enough about or made a decision about Ron Paul yet then you have less then 24 hours to make a decision because New York and New Hampshire require that you change your party registration by tomorrow at the latest in order to vote for Ron Paul in the republican primary this year!

  • New York Democrats go here to update your party affiliation for the primary
  • New Hampshire Democrats go here to update your party affiliation for the primary

    This video from an interview with Ron Paul taken yesterday may be all the convincing you need:

    Democrats- Ron Paul is one of the few candidates, on both sides of the aisle, who has been against both the Iraq War AND the damaging foreign and domestic policies of the Bush Administration from the beginning!

    Since it appears that Hillary is nearly a foregone conclusion to be the nominee now is your chance to influence the other side of the race for the only republican candidate who stands for much of what you believe in too- it's a strategic move to hedge your bets-

    But don't take my word for it- here is an insightful article: "A liberal democrat's view of Ron Paul"

    I've always been libertarian minded- and Ron Paul is the only candidate I've ever felt this passionate about. I never thought I'd vote for a republican before- but this man is different- he's the farthest from today's republicans you can get- he's a respectful republican, he's a real conservative- not a neocon, not Fox News, not George Bush, Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson or Rudy Guiliani!

    Ron Paul stands for freedom and personal liberty. If you want even more about Ron Paul then watch his latest video- if you still don't agree that Ron Paul is the most compelling Republican candidate after reading and watching all that I've shared with you then please share your thoughts with me in the comments section (video contains some graphic violence unfortunately, FYI)

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