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Why Ron Paul will take IA/NH and Why the Polls are WRONG

2) In general, many of the polls are sampling 'likely GOP voters' from the oped newsprimaries in 2004 and 2006 - but the whole point is that many Ron Paul voters are against the war in Iraq and thus may not have voted GOP in either year, or they may even be 'Reagan Democrats' who haven't voted GOP since 1994, or even 1984! They may even be cross-over Dems who have NEVER voted GOP! The very young would be another group which have never voted, period, and are thus missed by polling 'likely GOP voters.' If you think that young voters AREN'T a disproportionate part of Ron Paul's support, I invite you to go to your nearest Ron Paul meetup and see for yourself. There's usually one every week in your area.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

AOL POLL: Who do you think will win the GOP nomination?

December 31, 2007 Permalink

Do You Hear The People Sing

Uplifting & Spirited

December 31, 2007 Permalink

Candidate profile: U.S. could face financial crisis if budget isn't balanced, Paul says

His message includes limited government, an end to the war in Iraq, protection of gun rights, lower taxes, strictly abiding by the Constitution and a balanced federal budget.
It's a message that sets him apart from other Republican presidential candidates who mostly have supported the war and have not been nearly as aggressive about taking a stand on budget issues as Paul. That difference has catapulted Paul's campaign into one of the strongest grass-roots efforts so far in the 2008 run for the White House.
December 31, 2007 Permalink


9, I too have spoken to both serving and retired military personnel and while they have used different words, they all tell me the same thing. If Ron Paul dies, the gloves come off.
17, Very well written, very well put, and so very true. There are "bubbas" in Arkansas that can drop a ten point buck at a half mile with a .22 magnum, so a shot like that with a .300 mag or a .308 would be a piece of cake at three quarters of a mile to a mile. The death of Dr. Paul would open up hunting season.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Televised Ron Paul U of M Speech to Air This Week

Televised footage of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul’s business wireOctober speech at the University of Michigan will be airing December 31 and January 4 on local television in Midland County.
“Dr. Paul’s speech at the Diag was one of the most energizing moments for the campaign in Michigan,” said Paul Michigan state coordinator Leslie Roszman. “Over 2,000 supporters were there to rally and hear Dr. Paul’s message of freedom, peace, and prosperity, and I’m so glad that Midland residents have the opportunity to see Dr. Paul’s speech re-broadcasted this week.”
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Congressman Ron Paul NH ASKS Polling Center

I absolutely 100% pledge to uphold Article One, Section 9, as I take my marching orders directly from the US Constitution. There are very few circumstances under which the Constitution would expressly authorize a suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus, as our lives and liberties are not the government's for the taking.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

eLIB3RTY's new Ron Paul TV Commercial


December 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: a Means to an End

But it doesn't stop there. Ron Paul is also concerned about our growing opedsurveillance/police state. He was willing to say on Meet the Press last Sunday that America is on the verge of Fascism. He wants to repeal the Real ID act, the Patriot Act, the Military Commissions act, and the Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act. He consistently rails agains the excessive secrecy of the Bush Administration and against their blatant attacks on our civil liberties through wiretapping, suspension of habeus corpus, torture, rendition, and the implementation of a national ID card. Don't you wish Obama would start talking about those issues?
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Is Challenging his supporters to learn - How “The System” works

Like another poster pointed out once you understand and come to believe through continued research (took me a couple of years) the core deceptions that our government, the fed, taxation system and globalists etc. hide under you can’t forget. Armed with the truth, it will never again be OK for me to vote status quo or lesser of two evils.
The Constitution is what We the People need to protect, because it is the only thing protecting us from tyrannical government. It is a shame the public schools failed to instill, the importance of defending the Constitution, to me. Ron Paul has given a great gift to this country by challenging people to research how and why the system works.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Fox News Fascism: Ron Paul Excluded From Debates

I would call for a boycott of Fox News but no one really takes them truthnewsseriously. Just remember this point in history America. The machine is now telling you who you can even listen to and the rest of the media is complicit in their silence over it. There are many waypoints on the road to fascism and today we are staring at yet another. Dr. Paul has warned us repeatedly about the fascist state we are heading more deeply into. I guess that message was heard loud and clear by the fascists who have no decided to try and silence him.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Fox Covers Fox Censorship New Hampshire Forum Jan 6 - Included!

Ok I don't mean to get giddy here but my site was shown in this news report! You can see's 3 seconds of fame at the 43 ~ 46 second mark. As far as I am aware this the first time this site was used on television. :)
December 31, 2007 Permalink

This Is Why I’m Voting For Ron Paul

This whole “track the Sudafed purchasers” is apparently part of the fascist “Patriot” Act that only a handful of Congressmen voted against. The “Patriot” Act is supposed to protect us from terrorists, but how tracking my Sudafed purchases will protect the nation from terrorist attacks is beyond me.
Ron Paul is the only top tier candidate that is running for president that opposed the “Patriot” Act from the beginning; he also opposed the Iraq war from the beginning.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Can Montana help Ron Paul?

Terry Frisch, an ardent Paul supporter, said he found it remarkably easy capital hill blueto secure a precinct post. The Lewis and Clark County GOP had 80 precinct positions open when he asked for a spot recently. He was given one, and no one asked whom he was supporting.
"In some counties, people are looking at Ron Paul supporters and they are not sure who we are and what we are all about," said Paul's state coordinator, David Hart. "Some people are concerned there is going to be a change in the power base, and they should be."
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul is the ONLY Candidate to Fill All Delegate Positions in Tenneessee

Sunday afternoon, I received an email from one of the local Ron Paul Meetup coordinators. According to the campaign’s state coordinator, Ron Paul is the only Republican candidate who filled all of the delegate positions in Tennessee. In all nine districts in TN he has at least three delegates, the full amount of at-large delegates overall, and more than enough alternative delegates.
Mike Huckabee has no delegates in two districts, and only two in two other districts (and is thus short eight total).
Rudy Giuliani, and Duncan Hunter have no delegates in Tennessee at all
December 31, 2007 Permalink

In Defense of Ron Paul, Part Two: Why Left-Libertarians Need Not Worry

I also support Ron Paul for President of the United States. I do this for lewrockwellthe simple reason that, more than any other political figure to emerge in the US in decades, perhaps a century or more, Ron Paul has it right on the issues that matter most. Whether on the most immediate economic matters affecting the poor and working people, primary civil liberties, the grotesque expansion of the police state under the guise of the terror war, the equally grotesque "war on drugs," imperialism and militarism, the need to dismantle the empire and the uncontrolled statism that has become the norm in modern politics, Ron Paul sides with the good guys.
December 31, 2007 Permalink


A short blurb about Ron Paul & IOWA

December 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's War Chest Swelled in 4th Quarter

Mr. Paul's total is all the more impressive because, unlike other the wall street journalcandidates, few of his donors are giving the maximum $2,300 check. About 90 percent of Mr. Paul's contributions come through online donations that average $100 per donor, said his spokesman, Jesse Benton. "We have powerful grassroots support," he said. "It shows how hungry people are for real change."
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Mini-Bombs Away!

A reminder, now that it's officially New Year's Eve Day (at least on the redstateeclecticEast Coast). Today is the last "money bomb" of the year for Ron Paul supporters (guess it would have to be the last, wouldn't it?). The goal is obviously to get as much as possible, but the original imperative was to put the campaign over $20 million for the quarter. As I write this, the campaign looks like it's about ready to pop over the $19 million mark, so with relatively little effort (based on previous events), the goal should be met.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Operation Call 4 Paul Last Chance for IOWA Calls! contribute anything you can so they can keep calling! Visit their site HERE to donate.

December 31, 2007 Permalink

Belief in Ron Paul rallies young volunteers in Iowa

"Do I expect him to be president? I think so," said John Zambenini, a 22-statesmanyear-old Dayton, Ohio, native who became the campaign's Iowa spokesman in October, a month after he first heard the name Ron Paul. "I think the more Americans know about Ron Paul, they will realize we cannot afford not to have him as president."
Paul's Iowa campaign claims more than 300 volunteers from 39 states and four foreign countries. Most are bivouacked at seven camps across the state and driven into towns for door-to-door campaigning.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Gore Vidal - Opinion: Ron Paul gains, Neocons weaker

General commentary on most candidates.

December 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul takes on FOX News

No matter what you think of Ron Paul or his platform, selectively omitting him from the discussion smacks of censorship and should be denounced. This is an extreme example of media gatekeeping and the more consolidation that's allowed, the more the few corporate owners will get to choose what you can and cannot hear. This is destructive to democracy and the whole reason News Hounds was started.
December 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul indeed Out-Foxed (for now)

Fergus Cullen, chairman of the New Hampshire State Republican chicago tribuneCommittee, confirmed Sunday evening to the Tribune that, yes, there will be a televised Fox News presidential candidate forum on Jan. 6, and yes, Rep. Ron Paul was not invited when the other candidates were a week or so ago.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Top Ten Ron Paul Stories of the Year

The Ron Paul campaign has confounded the experts, amazed the media, and inspired a grassroots movement unlike any other. The biggest headlines are yet to be written as Ron Paul's success in the primaries will astound the skeptics even more, but looking back at 2007, these are the top ten stories of the campaign so far.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's Actual Support

Another measurement can be the Meetup groups and members. Dr. Paul has a much larger following nationwide than his Republican counterparts. We'll let the graphics below do the talking. The red markers are Meetups, paid for by individuals, that are currently active. White markers are individuals that would like to have a Meetup in their area.
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Wall Street Journal Softens Ron Paul Blow

Only a few months ago, people were laughing at the presence of Ron whitehouserPaul. No one wanted to believe that an anti-War Republican had a chance to make history, but all of that has changed. The neo-cons that like to call Ron Paul supporters all sorts of names will be paying attention to the primaries because they probably sense (correctly) that their prominence in American politics is quickly coming to an end.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Has Fox News Excluded Ron Paul? pt. 2

"An official at the New Hampshire GOP, which is co-sponsoring the event 2088with Fox, said that Paul might still be included, but the planning for the debate was still coming together and it was ultimately Fox's call."
As of late afternoon today (December 30), we have nothing more to report.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Is A Ron Paul Double Digit Surprise In New Hampshire’s Future?

There’s more in the Wall Street Journal piece that explores why Paul could be a totally different kind of political animal — one not recognized to exist and/or understood by the mainstream media, blogs (like this one) or pollsters.
And, indeed, there are examples throughout history and political history where something new was not recognized because everyone was so fixated on the existing order or prevailing perception.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

IOWA: Ron Paul IS Electable

Has it ever occurred to any of these experts and organizations that one nolanof the best ways to fix a problem is to simply not create the problem to begin with? This concept may be difficult to grasp for a nation that is constantly bombarded by the Pharmaceutical Corporations’ advertisements which offer some new "plan" to fix what's wrong with us. Ron Paul would be at 70% right now if each of those commercials ended like this:
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Is Correct About Pakistan

This "wisdom" of interference is so conventional that CNN's Wolf Blitzer expressed shock when Republican candidate Rep. Ron Paul of Texas said that the tragedy proved his case for nonintervention in the affairs of other nations. We should not, Paul said, either subsidize or work to undermine other governments because such policies invariably only empower our enemies.
But why should Blitzer have been shocked?
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Blossoming Jewish Support for Ron Paul in Israel?

These international sources add that GOP presidential candidate Ron fmnnPaul's foreign policy of non-intervention is dear to the hearts of more and more Jews in Israel, as well as in America. "What people who have not been to Israel, or lived there extensively, do not understand is that there are plenty of Jews in Israel who do not want the kind of aid and support that America offers. They think it is making things worse."
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Detroit Office Opening Draws 150

"We are very encouraged by today's turnout," said Paul state coordinator Leslie Roszman. "Supporters dropped by to pick up hundreds of signs and thousands of flyers, and they are taking to the streets of Detroit, spreading Dr. Paul's message of freedom, peace, and prosperity. No other campaign is this active in Detroit, and we hope to turn that support into votes on January 15."
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul on Special Edition

Paul comments on foreign policy & immagration.
December 30, 2007 Permalink


Lets tip the scales in our favor. Spread the Liberty Message! Lets reach 100,000's of Targeted Registered Voters for the early 2008 Primaries. We will be targeting the following states:
Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Michigan & Nevada.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Paul campaign wants to raise another 23 million dollars to win nomination

Paul’s success had lead to an increase of incredulous attacks from paid usa dailymedia pundits that look like they are in panic attack mode. Paul’s campaign has said that they have been excluded from a Fox News media forum scheduled just two days before the New Hampshire primary.
Should Paul win the New Hampshire primary he may win the GOP nomination. Paul’s campaign has been running a multi state campaign for months and is likely to be competitive in every state
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Tim Russert Mellows Without Ron Paul

Meet the Press's Tim Russert, who seemed to have taken a stimulant lew bloglast week, seemed to be on prozac today.
His body languge with Ron Paul was nervous and unfriendly, eyes downcast, voice edgy and tense. He asked multiple attack questions, interrupted Ron, almost never allowed him time to make a complete answer.
With that chaplain to the power elite, the Rev. Huckabee, today, Russert was relaxed and friendly, smiling and avuncular. There were no attack questions, Huckabee was never interrupted, and he was never asked multiple questions. There were slightly hard questions and softballs, and he was given vast time to attack Romney.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Paul gaining ground in Florida

There are tangible signs on the ground that Ron Paul presidential usa dailycampaign is gaining support in Florida. There is noticeably an increase in yard signs on residences and bumper stickers on automobiles in the Sunshine State that are supportive of Ron Paul.
There have also been increased incidences of Paul supporters in various cities having mini rallies holding up Ron Paul signs at busy intersections. Paul supporters had a highly visible presence at several intersections in the South Western Florida city of Cape Coral yesterday. The city has been noted as one of the fastest growing cities with a population over 100,000 people.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Why Many Atheists Are Scared of Ron Paul

But then that's the real problem atheists have with Paul, isn't it? Atheists have relied on a federally controlled, taxpayer-funded education system to force their agenda and beliefs down the throats of American children for decades. Perhaps they are afraid someone will finally neutralize the most effective weapon of proselytization in their arsenal.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Fox News Excludes Ron Paul from Presidential Debate

As I have been saying for months, the mainstream media is not to be gambling 911trusted and this is further proof of it. This is a Presidential election for goodness sake, not an election for scout master. Fox News is heavy handedly affecting the outcome of the election of the President of the Free World. The simple act of excluding Ron Paul will have a huge impact on the election. New Hampshire, although it has lost half of its delegates due to holding their primaries too soon, is still the first primary in the nation (Iowa holds the first caucus) and thus has a huge effect on who people will determine is an electable candidate.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

The Ron Paul (Murdoch) MEDIA BOMB!

The news media still think they can get away with ignoring their real nolanviewership. Not the potty-trained, brain-dead zombies upon whose backs they have built their collectivist Morlock-empire, but the real ones - the ones who actually count.
They do not yet realize how many of us there actually are. Our support, our base, goes far beyond the memberships, far beyond anything they can fathom in their secluded and deluded little minds. They do not know - yet - that they are messing with America herself.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

An Open Letter to the Catholic Community in Behalf of Ron Paul

My main argument to you, though, is not a specifically Catholic one. It’s lewrockwellone that should resonate with anybody who values honesty, integrity, and decency. Ron Paul is a good man who believes in justice and the Constitution, and who cannot be bought. His ten terms in Congress have proven that again and again.
And that is why the media fears him. Unlike the rest of them, Ron Paul is unowned.
Now every establishment hack out there wants you to vote for one of the business-as-usual candidates. Are you really so happy with the establishment that its endorsement or cajoling means anything to you? If anything, it should make us all the more interested in Ron Paul – the one candidate the establishment fears, since they know their game is up if he should win.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Get ready for a nationwide attack on Ron Paul!!!

But it does not stop there. These same warmongers have close family/friend ties to the electronic voting machines stationed throughout the country. It is these machines that stand in the way of war and money or the piece that Ron Paul advocates. Understand they do not want the latter. They will do whatever it takes to destroy this candidate including hacking these machines to severely marginalize the legitimate vote.
Watch this video included here and listen to reputable reporters in disgust rant about this real national crisis that we face. Watch for yourself a live example of the ease in which these very machines can be hacked and the votes altered without detection.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Flying billboard takes Paul campaign to the sky

ABOARD THE RON PAUL BLIMP — The big white airship heralding the"Ron Paul Revolution" dips and glides over downtown Baltimore, providing sky-high advertising for the maverick presidential contender from Texas.
Paul's name is bannered on both sides of the 190-foot-long flying billboard. Inside the blimp's unheated cabin, the two young men most responsible for making the once-obscure Lake Jackson congressman into an Internet phenomenon are busy at work.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Democrat urges support for Paul

As a life-long Democrat and independent voter, I have come to see that most people are loyal to the point of being stuck when it comes to voting within party lines. This presidential election is showing something that has never happened before. A candidate who has so much integrity and willingness to stand up for our Constitution that it’s unprecedented.
December 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul NOT excluded from Fox debate [?]

Some sloppy reporting, instant web indignation, and holiday vacations nolanproduced a surge of hysteria that might have been avoided.
So, what happened?
That story was picked up by the AP Newswire, which added some information that it had from a month earlier about the format being discussed.
Finally, the AP article was picked up by Lew Rockwell and passed along to, with all the errors intact. Of course, a firestorm ensued on all the Ron Paul nets before the information could be verified. Immediately, thousands of messages went to FoxNews and the NH GOP protesting the exclusion.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

The time is now

To run radio and television ads in 20 states simultaneously will cost a 2008fortune. Not to mention the cost of voter contact mailings to those 20 states. And then there is the cost of contacting hundreds of thousands of people by phone. All of this, plus other projects, will cost $23 million more than we presently have in the bank.
The progress we’ve made in 11 months is phenomenal. The dedication, creativity, generosity, and just plain hard work by you and tens of thousands of other Americans have already made history.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Will There Be a Run on NewsCorp Fox (NWS) Holdings?

Unlike the earlier efforts which were organized at a grassroots level, there appears to be no organization behind this latest move whatsoever. Instead, irate investors from around the nation and around the world began announcing their plans to dump NWS stock in several internet forums, and upon discussions they began to achieve consensus that much of the liquidated funds would be donated to the Ron Paul campaign coffers.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul TV Ad: Immigration

A Very Tough Ad

December 29, 2007 Permalink

Fox News Fascism – Ron Paul Excluded From Debates

Apparently Fox has figured out how to deal with the Paul phenomena oped newsthis time around though; they have excluded him from the debates altogether. Never mind that he is polling higher in New Hampshire then some of the others who were invited. Never mind that he has out performed all of his competition in fundraising, WITHOUT taking lobbyist/corporate monies. Never mind that he raised six million dollars in one day. The issue is simply to subvert democracy and have a fake news agency tell you who you can listen to for presidential candidates. It is beyond appalling, it is sickening. I do not care if you are right or left, republican or progressive; you must be disgusted by this move to try and willfully interfere with our electoral processes
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Fox News - When Life Hands You Lemons

hile many Ron Paul supporters see this as an obstacle, here is an idea RONPAULFORPRESIDENT2008.COMthat could potentially turn the situation into an opportunity: Why not have Ron Paul address the same questions that will be asked of Fox’s darling candidates? Although Paul may not be allowed inside their forum, the last time I checked he has every right to stand outside.
According to this article, Ron Paul will be planning his own rally to take place that day. My suggestion is that when a question is asked during the debate, Ron Paul will have the opportunity to answer that same question. This will require that someone records the questions asked, and has them ready for Paul. Ron Paul will have the latitude to expound on these questions, and answer them entirely with no time restrictions.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul blimp visits Jax

Remember to support the blimp!

December 29, 2007 Permalink

FOX, the Anti-Ron Paul Network

Fox, headed by a Bush family retainer and for 2008, as we know from lew blogJudith Regan, an unofficial part of Giuliani's campaign, has apparently barred Ron Paul from its NH forum. While a typical outrage from the neocon network, this is also a vote of confidence in Ron. How they fear him!
December 29, 2007 Permalink

The Politics of Evolution

If you want to consider Ron Paul unfit for office because he believes in God and acknowledges that evolution is incomplete then you must realize that your position is no better than Mike Huckabee's or the "christian right" who wish to impose unprovable christian beliefs. All logical individuals must acknowledge and attempt to account for all known information, but they must also admit to the information they do not know. It only takes one piece of evidence to the contrary to disprove a theory supported by a mountain of evidence. Anytime there are significant holes in the DNA, fossil, statistical, and other pieces of evidence there is an OPPORTUNITY for evidence to exist that disproves everything else. What you believe when it comes to these gaps in evidence comes down to a matter of faith.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Fox News to Exclude Ron Paul in Coming Candidate Forum?

Considering all of this, Fox’s decision to exclude Paul, if indeed that remains their course of action, raises a number of key questions. To begin, how can the candidate likely to raise more funds than any other candidate in the final quarter of the primary cycle be excluded from a key debate? If the answer to that question relies on polling figures, how can it be ignored that many of the invitees rank behind Paul in the key early-primary states?
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Paul: Fox News is 'scared of me'

"They are scared of me and don't want my message to get out, but it boston.comwill," Paul said in an interview at a diner here. "They are propagandists for this war and I challenge them on the notion that they are conservative."
Paul's staff said they are beginning to plan a rally that will take place at the same time the 90-minute debate will air on television. It will be taped at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown.
"They will not win this skirmish," he promised.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Beats Rudy?

"I've never seen a group of people that are this energetic about a the wall street journalcandidate," Mr. Murphy said. "It's something else."
That sentiment is shared by Republicans who have observed numerous New Hampshire primaries. The level of enthusiasm for Mr. Paul is remarkable, they say. It transcends the state's Libertarian base (about 4% of the electorate). And by many accounts, Mr. Paul's backers here are more energized and committed than are supporters of Mr. Giuliani, who may enjoy inflated poll numbers because of his celebrity status.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Where is Ron Paul?

Fox News apparently has arbitrarily decided to exclude Paul from the usa dailypresidential forum even though Paul has raised more money than his opponents this quarter, has more cash on hand, and has even polled higher in media generated polls than some of the candidates participating in the forum.
This may be a huge blunder for Fox News because Ron Paul may actually win the New Hampshire primary anyway. Support for Paul’s campaign is intensifying in the granite state as the January 8 election nears.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

The Media Hounds Unleashed on Ron Paul -- How the CIA Will Use Liberals to Destroy the Anti-Empire Candidate

Then, on the other hand, we have Ron Paul, who wishes to decimate opedthe CIA militarist global empire and end this misery that supports resource theft and slave labor markets for corporations.
Who will the media make fun of? Who will the media smear
? What I find the saddest, is that Liberals and Progressives, who’ve I’ve worked side by side with in anti-war and human rights causes . . . will bleat like sheep, and parrot all the character assassinations the CIA plants in their corporate media lackey’s mouths.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Call Me a Ron Paul Kook, But Don't Call Me Crazy! (Part 2)

More "reasons" why some misinformed people think Ron Paul is insane nolanand why they are incorrect.
But in keeping on track, I would like to close with this thought: the reasons people typically give for stating that Ron Paul is crazy are not really grounded in solid fact. They are more based on honest misinterpretations of Ron's educated stances. They are opinions, nothing more. So before anyone makes a wild claim as to why Dr. Paul is "crazy", try reading his website under the Issues section first. Let him explain what he's trying to warn us.
Remember, there are no good reasons why Ron Paul is crazy, Ron Paul is just crazy for reason.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

The Ron Paul attraction

It is impossible to claim reverence for the U.S. Constitution, while at worldnetdailythe same time embracing government policies that take private property from individual citizens – as far too many Democrats and Republicans have done. Ron Paul rejects the notion that government must control and direct the destiny of its citizens.
His philosophy describes a governmental system that exists to protect the "unalienable rights" of its citizens. He stands as a lonely defender against governmental mission-creep, inherent in all governments.
He rejects the notion that government is omnipotent and, therefore, entitled to direct the lives of its subjects. He makes no apology for standing on the same constitutional rock that launched the idea that "government is empowered by the consent of the governed." His message, and his appeal, is the determination to hammer this principle back into the machinery of government.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Courage in the Crosshairs: Ron Paul and the Republic

To the elites the most dreadful of all netizens is Dr. Ron Paul, the 10-term independent Republican from Texas, whose bread and butter as a presidential candidate is the freethinking Internet user. Paul has boldly proclaimed his presidential bid "The Ron Paul Revolution," and lived up to this billing by proposing the abolition of Homeland Security and the Global War. He envisions and proclaims vastly increased individual liberty and vastly reduced taxation. Organized efforts by the mainstream media to restrict or ridicule his message have only made it and his political base grow larger. He has been dubbed "Dr. No" for his prescription of less government to heal our sickly body politic, and there is a real possibility that untold millions of Americans will say yes to Dr. No in the upcoming state primaries.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

FOX News Blamed for Ron Paul Forum Exclusion

When Big Head DC first reported on the debate, several Paul supporters posited that Fergus Cullen, Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, was behind the exclusion. Many were especially angry that Fred Thompson was invited to be included in the forum (along with Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John McCain and Mitt Romney) when Paul has managed to raise more money than Thompson, and is beating the candidate in some polls.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul excluded from Fox News forum

There is a loophole regarding FCC equal time laws for breaking news usa dailyand debates. Media conglomerates have been giving far less speaking time to Ron Paul during presidential debates and have given scant coverage to his campaign during newscasts. Regardless, Paul has embarrassed alleged frontrunners by raising more money than they have during the fourth quarter, remarkably from 50 and 100 dollar donors. Paul’s campaign has continuously drawn larger crowds than his opponents as well.
The ultimate embarrassment may be to Fox News, especially if Paul wins the New Hampshire primary two days after the forum.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Fox News Excluding Ron Paul From Roundtable On Eve Of New Hampshire Primary

Even more important, the role of independent journalism in a free society is fundamental to the maintenance of that freedom. The exclusion of Dr. Paul from the roundtable appears to be an attempt by the management of Fox News to abrogate that role in favor of suppressing the voice of the leading advocate for freedom in the 2008 race on either side of the political aisle, for what reasons one can only speculate. I hope Fox News realizes the seriousness of its omission, and invites Ron to the roundtable immediately.
However, if Fox decides not to invite Ron to the NH roundtable, I will join tens of thousands of other fair-minded people in alerting your advertisers of the serious erosion of national discourse this represents, informing them that I and anyone else I can influence will refrain from patronizing them, permanently. I will send a copy of this letter to each of those sponsors and additionally I will post it to my web site.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

British Newspaper Group Supports Ron Paul's Financial Policy -- Dollar Could Drop Further 50 Percent in Value

The Dollar could fall to half or one-third of its existing value -- British yahoo newsNewspaper and Media Group announces 100 percent support for Ron Paul on Republic Radio. Ron Paul's Ideas are heralded on air as the catalyst for the end of communism in China. International support for Ron Paul's message exceeds all expectation.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

AUDIO: Jack Rice Interviews Republican Maverick Ron Paul in Iowa

December 29, 2007 Permalink

New York Times Admits Wrongdoing against Ron Paul

The conservative news media is running the increasing risk of becoming american chroniclea parody of itself. The New York Times may have slipped by letting a television critic comment on politics, but Fox News insists on embarrassing itself with its big guns. A rebuttal to Kristol used to require a complex ideological argument, but now it just requires observation. Fox's decision to cut Paul out of the forthcoming roundable is transparent malice now that Paul is polling higher than some of the invitees. Americans are turning away from Fox for the definition of “conservative” and a new generation of Republicans is turning to the Goldwater-Paul approach.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Guaranteed Voter Fraud in IA and NH!

With only 6 days before the Iowa Caucus and eleven before New Hampshire Primary, one thing is for certain- There will be deceit! Boys and girls let us not just hope for the best and pray for the rest. We need to expect the worst voter fraud and manipulation this county has ever witnessed. This will not be a cakewalk and anyone who thinks otherwise is only fooling him or herself that we live in a country run by honest elites. So the puppets and little tiny, tiny puppets are honest too. No, the facts are just as real as the nose on your face. They will try to destroy the Ron Paul candidacy before we ever get to the next round.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

**A List of Fox's sponsors** HIT THEM WHERE IT HURTS!

dialy paulIf all the meet up members contact the people below and DEMAND they be held accountable for their undemocratic dealings we can MAKE THEM HURT!!!
Here are Fox's Sponsors, with blue links directly into their customer complaint web sites. Be cordial, but extremely firm about their continued sponsorship of Fox Then if they don't stop sponsoring by Jan 2 - follow through with a boycott for years! Don't forget to praise the ones that actually follow through, and disown or persuade Fox.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Emergency Call to Help Ron Paul VoteWatch

With the banning of Ron Paul from the upcoming Faux debates, this has become more an issue than ever.
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Has Fox News Excluded Ron Paul?

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – According to the New Hampshire State 2008Republican Party and an Associated Press report, Republican presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul will be excluded from an upcoming forum of Republican candidates to be broadcast by Fox News on January 6, 2008.
“Given Ron Paul’s support in New Hampshire and his recent historic fundraising success, it is outrageous that Dr. Paul would be excluded,” said Ron Paul 2008 campaign chairman Kent Snyder. “Dr. Paul has consistently polled higher in New Hampshire than some of the other candidates who have been invited.”
December 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul the Internationalist: An Open Letter to Iowa Republicans

All the other Republican candidates are running for office; Ron Paul is lewrockwellrunning with an idea. It's the idea without which there can be no internationalism, no peace, and no prosperity. It’s called freedom. Please consider that when you caucus this January and give Ron Paul your hearty support.
December 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Signs Appear On Freeway

Ron Paul has been in the news quite a bit lately in Raleigh. As this the raleigh chroniclenewspaper reported, a Ron Paul blimp passed through the Raleigh area on its way to South Carolina and also a Ron Paul bicycle rider passed through the area as he pedaled all the way from Santa Monica, California to Washington DC.
December 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Worries Other Campaigns in Iowa

Rival campaigns are beginning to nervously speculate that Paul will finish lewrockwellin the top three on January 3. Paul broke double digits in at least two polls for the first time this week and he seems particularly strong in areas of the state where the media has less of an impact on political deliberations -- especially in rural northwest and southern Iowa. Check out Ron Paul supporters' websites and you'll see detailed discussions about caucus rules and strategy. The Paulites are more ready for caucus night than most observers realize.
December 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul issues pro-life challenge

"I challenge every candidate who claims to be pro life to support these usa dailybills to get the Supreme Court out of the life issue so states can quickly and constitutionally protect the unborn."
Ron Paul is mounting a last minute effort in Iowa and there is talk that he may place third or better in the caucus, defeating McCain, Giuliani, and Thompson
December 28, 2007 Permalink

The New Hampshire GOP is not responsible for Ron Paul's snubbing

Many of you have heard by now that FOX News is hosting a debate in New Hampshire on Jan. 6th, in which Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John McCain, Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson were invited. It has been rumored that Ron Paul has not been invited.
I can confirm through Republican sources that indeed Ron Paul WAS NOT invited to this debate.
However, the New Hampshire GOP and its Chairman Fergus Cullen, is getting targeted by Ron Paul supporters and IT IS NOT THEIR DOING. You have crashed their servers and melted their phone lines, and they are not responsible. Please stop immediately!
December 28, 2007 Permalink

Hundreds of 'Veterans for Ron Paul' Endorsements Pour In

ARLINGTON, Va. Republican presidential candidate and Texas yahoo financeCongressman Ron Paul continues to receive endorsements from veterans of America’s armed services.
In just a few days since launching an “I Endorse Ron Paul” page on, the number of veterans who have endorsed Congressman Paul has grown to over 200.
The group consisting of retired members of each of the five military branches – the Army, Navy, Marines Corps, Air Force and the Coast Guard – has enthusiastically endorsed Dr. Paul, who served in the Air Force and Air National Guard as a flight surgeon.
December 28, 2007 Permalink