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How to interpret Minnesota

Ron drew a crowd of 4200 at UofM but only received 9,729 votes in the whole state. Does this mean RP supporters don’t vote, or the 4200 were the only ones to hear his message, or the fix was in?
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Showdown at CPAC: Ron Paul Speaks Tomorrow, 4:30 pm in D.C.

CPAC, the annual gathering of conservative activists, promises to be daily doseuniquely interesting this year, as the movement lurches toward a full-fledged crack-up. The assembled activists booed at the mere mention of John McCain’s name last year — but this year he’s the front-runner for the Republican nomination (for now). Will conservatives stick to their principles and give him a frosty reception when he addresses CPAC tomorrow at 3 pm? Or will they kowtow to the vain hopes of power?
February 06, 2008 Permalink

The Meaning of McCain

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Donate at least $10 today. Just send $10 (no more, no less) to let Ron Paul know WE'RE STILL HERE!! If all the supporters did this, it would send an amazing message to him and let him know that we're still here, that Super Tuesday didn't hide us in the shadows of defeat, but rather, raised us up in a moment of darkness! $10 x 100,000 supporters = $1,000,000! We have a lot more than 100,000 supporters -- so FIGHT DAMMIT!
February 06, 2008 Permalink


McCain is NOT going to pick up 578 delegates any time soon.
Super Tuesday was his best shot at winning the nomination, and he didn’t even come close.
How is McCain going to afford to keep his campaign functioning? He has no more money, and has no conservative base support.
So what states are left that are rich in delegates?
February 06, 2008 Permalink


Whatever the reason, what gets people’s attention is NEGATIVITY. I warroomknow it’s hard for users of this forum to believe, but most people in this country don’t even know what the Federal Reserve IS, much less do they care about our criticisms of it. But when you start talking about shortcomings of the other candidates, people’s ears start to perk up. This is my experience anyway.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Thank You Daniel McCarthy! Way to break down the Wall!

And while the momentum John McCain has been gaining lately may appear daunting, Ron Paul supporters are the ones who should be least intimidated by it, because as the other, fraudulent alternatives to John McCain fail one by one — Mitt Romney is certainly on the ropes after tonight, especially if, as appears to be the case, he loses California to McCain — the real alternative to McCain-ism, Ron Paul, will only become more attractive to conservative Republican voters.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Had a Great Super Tuesday!

Ron Paul is playing a smart strategy of under the MSM radar delegate nolancollecting. This may seem implausibe you might say. Just remember that delegates may not be too happy with the GOP convention choices come May. A lot can happen in three months.
The grassroots can begin to canvass and set up websites in support of Ron Paul's independent race. We can begin uniting the disenfrachised, the non-voters, registered Democrats dismayed by pro-war Hillary Clinton and the coming legions of disappointed Barack Obama supporters.
Last night on Super Tuesday, Ron Paul won some modest second and third place finishes. But more importantly he remained in a GOP race that continues to be wide open.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Media Smeared Paul For Racism, Ignored McCain's "Gook" Comments

But McCain can openly spew racist slurs in public and the media doesn't even give it the time of day when the man looks set to go head to head with Hillary for the White House and possibly become the President for over 12 million Asian-Americans, or "gooks" as McCain calls them.
Double standards? That hardly covers it. The corporate media are once again protecting their war candidate, Mr. "bomb bomb bomb Iran", Mr. "stay in Iraq for 100 years" while crucifying Paul for comments made by other people that pale in comparison to McCain's personal vitriol about his deep-seated hatred of "gooks".
February 06, 2008 Permalink

California Election Fraud

This was my experience on Super Tuesday. I had no idea what to expect. I just brought my camera along after all the videos I've been seeing on here lately. Glad I did.

February 06, 2008 Permalink

Be of good cheer!

The grassroots support for the Freedom Message has been dpunbelievable. I have never in my life witnessed so many folks with such passion and energy and a willingness for fight for Liberty. When I told my wife what I saw happening on the Internet, I added, "Many of them will have their hearts broken." When you know that the message is so right, you are stunned that the majority of our fellow citizens just don't get it.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

The Mouse that roared: Why Ron Paul won the election

And yet, the words and arguments of Ron Paul are still resonating. They still hang over this election. They are haunting and troubling. They are producing blogs and papers and books and like Goldwater’s revolution they will one day very likely produce their own Ronald Reagan. And when those heady days happen a small but hearty band of pioneers, who first had the nerve to join him and start shouting from the street, “They aren’t wearing any clothes,” will be able to say that they could see what the country missed. They were there when history was made.
John McCain and his poorly chosen words, of staying in Iraq a hundred years, have almost guaranteed that he will be the answer to the trivia question, who was the Republican candidate who lost to the ticket that claimed the first woman and black for the presidency?
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul out of the Race?

Do you think it is over for Ron Paul now that Super Tuesday is over? This is an absolute win for Ron Paul. We all always knew that Ron Paul was not going to get enough delegates to steal the nomination. He just needs enough to bring to the convention, which he has. The plan was to make it to a brokered convention, so that the message would get out to all of the republicans. The delegates are in fact uncommitted and many of them may not even know who Ron Paul is.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Rolls On Despite Super Tuesday Primary Results

When you vote based on your beliefs instead of voting based on who is nolanmost capable of doing the job they swear they will do, you are essentially saying, "I'm okay with having my contract violated as long as the government thinks it's a good idea; since the person I voted for claims to believe what I believe, it probably will be a good idea."
But what happens when your candidate doesn't win? Well then, you blame the other people who voted based on their beliefs for ruining your country.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Media shows bias by ignoring Ron Paul

With the primaries on Super Tuesday and Missouri's delegates up for the mirrorgrabs, I was incredibly pleased to see last week that the Mirror was running a full-page article about the candidates and their stance on the issues. But when I read the article, I was shocked to see the Mirror had pulled the same narrow-minded trick almost all media outlets across the country are pulling: they left out Ron Paul. I am sick and tired of this.
February 06, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's First Words On Super Tuesday

And with your persistence, not the last.

February 05, 2008 Permalink

Montana: Ron Paul decimates McCain & Huckabee & places in a strong second.

February 05, 2008 Permalink

Paul: the only conservative

John McCain voted against the Bush tax Cuts in 2001 and 2003, and Mitt Romney's economic stimulus plan is bigger than the Democrats'. It is downright comical listening to Romney and McCain argue about who is better suited to "lead" our economy. Last time I checked the Constitution that is not the job of the President. The government does have a responsibility to the economy, by cutting regulations and lowering taxes. Ron Paul is the only candidate with a true conservative philosophy. He has never voted to raise taxes, and is the only candidate advocating sound monetary policy, something that is curiously ignored in the wake of our dollar being as worthless as it currently is.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Backer Cries Foul In Brooklyn

Steve Miller, a 27-year-old Brooklynite for Ron Paul, just called in to dailynewsreport that poll workers at PS 180 (57th and 16th Avenue) wrongly informed a voter who wanted to cast a ballot for the Texas Congressman that there were only two Republicans on the ballot.
MIller, who is a volunteer poll-wacther for Paul, said the woman tried to vote on a machine, but was given an emergency ballot when the machine malfunctioned. She was then informed by "multiple" poll workers, who repeated their claims to Miller, ("right to my face," he said), that Paul wasn't on the ballot.
February 05, 2008 Permalink


The Constitution has little relevance to the government, but still it's interesting to note that the crazed John McCain was born, to his state-connected parents, in the Panama Canal Zone. The Zone, the product of US imperialism under the crazed Teddy Roosevelt, was never officially US territory. That is, McCain was born in a foreign country, and therefore not eligible to be president, according to the Constitution.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

For California and Other Closed Republican Primaries/Caucuses

As we’ve seen in Louisiana, one of the things that sometimes happens daily doseis that Ron Paul supporters who have legitimately registered as Republican voters are told that their names are not on the Republican rolls. If you believe that you have registered as a Republican before the registration deadline in your state, insist that you be allowed to vote in the Republican primary or caucus. You may be told that you will have to cast a “provisional” ballot — that’s fine. That just means that your registration will be verified and vote counted at a later date.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Revolution vs Fox News


February 05, 2008 Permalink

Minneapolis / Paul brings revolutionary hopes to state

"This is exactly what the revolution is all about - restoring the understanding that freedom really works," Paul said. "The role of government was put in place to protect liberty - no more complicated than that."
"In many ways, we have done miraculous things," Paul said. "We're taking on the banking system, the military-industrial complex, the entire system, and the reversal of a hundred years."
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Why I'm Voting for Rep. Ron Paul - Sen. Joe Balyeat

Many of you say you love Paul's economic policies, but can't forbear his gatherIraq war policy. I've got good friends serving in Iraq, my Dad was a WWII marine corps sergeant. I understand fully why President Bush went in. But that doesn't change the fact that, by a huge margin, most of the nation doesn't understand or agree with us staying there any longer. Consider this - If we nominate any Republican other than Ron Paul, do we run the risk of handing the election to Hillary, or Obama? In our zeal to save Iraq, are we handing over our own nation to the disastrous rule of radicals? In our dogged determination to save their nation, are we destroying our own?
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Campaign Answers Slashdot Reader Questions

On January 15th we asked you for tech-oriented questions we could slashdotsend to the various presidential candidates, and you responded like mad. The candidates were the exact opposite: not a single one answered emails we sent to their "media inquiry" links or email addresses.
In any case, the Ron Paul campaign finally responded
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul - The Real Agent of Change

The IRS is nothing more than a glorified collection agency working on behalf of the bankers. The government borrows money from these bankers, who in turn prints money out of thin air, and then it is on the backs of the taxpayers where the burden of repayment rests. Meanwhile, how many American citizens have lost all that they own and have even been thrown into the streets because they could not pay the taxes owed to the government on the wages they had worked for.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Secures Three Delegates in West Virginia State Convention

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – In today’s West Virginia Republican State 2008Convention, Republican candidate Ron Paul’s campaign secured three of the 18 national delegates up for grabs.
“Our goal is to secure as many delegates to the national GOP convention in Minneapolis-St. Paul as possible,” said Ron Paul 2008 campaign manager Lew Moore. “Securing three delegates in West Virginia is an important step in that direction. We plan on locking up more delegates before the day ends.”
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul comes in 2nd in West Virginia. He gets second most delegates.

Final count:
Huckabee 15 - delegates
Ron Paul 3 - delegates
McCain - 0 delegates
Romney - 0 delegate
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Gets 3 National Delegates from West Virginia

The media is reporting that Huckabee won all 18 delegates at the West lew rockwell blogVirginia state Republican convention, but... After Ron Paul's 10% showing on the first convention ballot, his name was dropped out of the running for ballot #2. The Ron Paul people went to Huckabee and made a deal to get 3 of the 18 national delegates in exchange for throwing their votes to Huckabee. On the second ballot, Huckabee got 52%, and Ron Paul gets 3 of his national delegates. Not a bad trade for 10%.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

The Super Tuesday Winner - The Key to Understanding Why Paul Will Win in The Long Haul!

Have you heard of the expression that all of this is really a "Beauty Contest?" Well, this is true, because nothing is set in stone yet. The reason why the media is keeping it simple is because MANY of the states are a winner-take-all state, meaning if a candidate wins the popular vote of the state, they get to keep all the delegates that come with that state -- however, what the media isn't telling you (because statistically speaking, it's highly unlikely) is that ANY DELEGATE can change their mind and vote for whomever they want when it comes time at the convention -- which is when the voting REALLY MATTERS.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

What to watch for — and do — during & after Super Power Tuesday

LOOK FOR: Journalistic malpractice — Watch for the media to announce warroomwho “wins” instead of stating “We predict (name of candidate) will win.” News channels are supposed to report the news, not create the news. Results as reported by the news never match the actual results, by the way. What to do: Object and reject premature “calls.” Get the facts, however long it takes, and report them, wherever you can.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul is on the right track

He would reduce America's policing of the world. Perhaps that is why he has received more contributions from members of the military than any other candidate. He says the trillion dollars spent abroad each year in foreign aid could better be spent rebuilding America's infrastructure.
Can he win? Yes he can, if everyone who believes in freedom, limited government and lower taxes takes the time to vote at today's caucus.
February 05, 2008 Permalink


Ron Paul was the first Republican to speak this morning at the West msnbcVirginia GOP convention, which today awards 18 winner-take-all delegates. In his speech that stressed strict dedication to the US Constitution, Paul addressed limiting government and said, “If you are a true conservative, and a true constitutionalist, and understand the limited scope government should be, then we really don’t need the 16th Amendment. We really don’t need the IRS. We really don’t need the income Tax. That should be eliminated.”
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul the best choice

The Center for Immigration Studies has recently reported that our immigration population is now 37 million. One in 3 of these immigrants is here illegally. Ron Paul has a simple solution: “Take away the freebies.”
February 05, 2008 Permalink

**Last minute update for Californians**

1. You DO NOT need to vote at your own precinct. You can walk into any polling place and ask for a provisional ballot.
2. If you requested a mail ballot (formerly and 'absentee ballot'), you can drop this ballot off at any polling place. It doesn't matter if you bring the envelope, or even the ballot. You can always vote with a provisional ballot.
3. If you registered right before the deadline and never got your registration back, don't despair. Go to any polling place and request a provisional ballot. Even if you're not on any of their lists, you can still vote. As long as your registration reached them in time, they will find you in the system and your vote will be counted.
4. Nobody is REQUIRED to use an electronic machine. There is one at ever polling place ONLY for those who are blind, unable to hold a pen, etc.
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul offers best choice of all

Since I switched from independent to Republican for the primary, I get to choose between three pro-war candidates who can't possibly win in November (John McCain, Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee) or the fourth quarter's leading Republican fundraiser who has spent his years in Congress in a lonely fight against our nation's predatory debt-based financial system (Ron Paul).
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Picks Up 40th Anti-Illegal Immigration Endorsement

The mainstream media is filled with endorsements for political nolancandidates this primary season leading up to Super Tuesday tomorrow. Somehow they've missed the fact Congressman Ron Paul of Texas picked up his 40th Anti-Illegal Immigration endorsement. The latest endorsement is by the group March for America.
According to Jonnie Crivelo, Leader/National Organizer for March for America, "A champion of American sovereignty, he believes in borders and our future as a nation state. He will end illegal immigration and birthright citizenship."
February 05, 2008 Permalink

Super Tuesday and Beyond

Tomorrow is Super Tuesday — 21 states, including yours, will be voting. daily doseAll of the Ron Paul activism in your state — the precinct walking, ballot-access work, publicity, and volunteering — has been leading up to this. Now we need to finish the job with a full-force get-out-the-vote effort.
Go to the polls and vote as early as possible tomorrow. Wear a sticker to show your support for Ron Paul. Take some literature and, if you have time — make time if possible — help pass out literature outside the polls. Call your friends and family and other Ron Paul supporters. Urge them to vote for Ron Paul, and to do it as early as they can.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

California, KNBC “4on politics” EXCLUDES Ron Paul image/position during show.

This show is VERY important as it reaches millions of Californians after work. It came on around 6:00. During the show it declared the most important issue polled by was ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, they then proceeded to display the image of ALL Republican and Dem. candidates and their position…ALL EXCEPT RON PAUL!!!
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota Draws 4,000

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – Today, Republican presidential candidate and 2008Texas Congressman Ron Paul addressed a crowd of approximately 4,000 veterans, students and supporters at the Northrup Hall on the University of Minnesota campus.
The large crowd of over 4,200 is more than Hillary drew only a few days ago in the same venue
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's speech in Minneapolis on the Eve of SUPER TUESDAY

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Tomorrow’s The Big Day! Here’s what you can do:

There are a lot of potential Ron Paul supporters out there! I spent the war roomlast few ours calling registered voters in my precint and a good majority are still undecided!!
Tomorrow, when you go to cast your vote, spend a couple hours passing out slim jims and talking to undecided voters. Educate them by challenging them to conduct there own research and:
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Why Hasn't EVERY Voter Heard About This?!

This video is partly a wake up call to believers and partly a defense of Christianity, because of those who are perverting it. It is also a wake up call to Americans and a defense of the Constitution, because of those who are perverting it.

February 04, 2008 Permalink

Former State Representative Dick Randolph Endorses Ron Paul for President

“I enthusiastically support Dr. Ron Paul’s effort to become the next yahooPresident of the United States because he is the only candidate who clearly understands the fallacy of this policy and has the ideas and moral strength to attempt to correct it. Until about 70 years ago our foreign policy was, correctly, one with as few foreign entanglements as possible and as Dr. Paul states, 'Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations.' We must return to that policy or our imperialist posture around the world will leave us bankrupt both economically and morally.”
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: Paving Paradise

We should be focusing on guarding and securing our borders for the texas straight talkprotection of the American people. Instead we are paving the way for more and more people to cross the border as comfortably as possible. And taking the family farm to do it. It is an absolute outrage.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's Illinois Fund-Raising Numbers Reveal Widespread Support

Recently released 2007 presidential campaign fund-raising records from business wirethe Federal Elections Commission reveal that in at least nine large Illinois ZIP code regions, Congressman Ron Paul outpaced Republican rivals John McCain and Mitt Romney, often times by a substantial margin.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Fundraising Fueled by Small Donations

It would be more accurate to say that Ron Paul has a very large number of donors who aren't particularly generous at all. In fact, Ron Paul raised more in small donations (defined as those of $200 and less) than any other Republican candidate. He even raised more in small donations than every Democratic candidate except Barack Obama. Among the leading candidates of both parties, Ron Paul raised the highest percentage of his funds from small donations.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Colorado 9 news: Your Show with Ron Paul

Ron Paul answers questions about the economy, the war, foreign intervention, earmarks, etc

February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Signs NumbersUSA Pledge

“I pledge to oppose amnesty or any other special path to citizenship for vdarethe millions of foreign nationals unlawfully present in the United States. As President, I will fully implement enforcement measures that, over time, will lead to the attrition of our illegal immigrant population. I also pledge to make security of our borders a top priority of my administration.”
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Birmingham News Omits Ron Paul in Super Tuesday Coverage

Everyone should call and/or email the Birmingham News about the lack of coverage for Ron Paul in todays (Sunday's) paper. He is listed NOWHERE in the Super Tuesday articles, and is NOT listed in the chart where it compares the candidates. I had multiple people at church today ask me (since I am on the ballot as a delegate) if Dr. Paul had dropped out of the race, as they were using the comparison chart to help decide who to vote for! Things like this can really influence the vote - and sink our Super Tuesday campaign!
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Mitt Romney [THE JERK] Vs. Ron Paul On Medical Marijuana

Clayton Holton, wheelchair bound with MS and other health issues, asks Republican candidates for President Mitt Romney & Ron Paul if they would arrest him for using medical marijuana:
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Beats McCain in Maine Caucus, Primed to Win Over 1/3 of State Delegates

Delegates to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis are business wireelected by the state delegates. Internal results from 10 of 16 counties, including the largest cities of Portland, South Portland, Lewiston, Auburn, Augusta, Waterville, Bangor, and Brewer, show Ron Paul picking up 215 of 608 State Convention delegates so far reported, or 35%.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

WGN (Chicago) Media Black Out - Please call

WGN, among other media outlets, have completely eliminated RP from its warroomelection coverage. WGN, which is broadcast nationwide, is referring to the “three Republican presidential candidates.” We’re past the point of trying to sway new voters, but after all of our hard work, we don’t want to lose committed RP supporters because they think RP’s no longer even in the race. So . . . please take 1 minute of your time to contact WGN news ASAP and notify them of RP’s presence in the Super Tuesday primary race and request (politely) coverage on their afternoon and evening newscasts.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Beats McCain in Maine Caucus, Primed to Win Over 1/3 of State Delegates!!!

“Ron Paul’s strong second place finish in Maine, in which he beat John 2008McCain, is proof that this race is far from over,” said Ron Paul campaign manager Lew Moore. “We’ll continue to battle for every delegate in this wide-open race for the Republican nomination.”
In the presidential preference poll, with 70 percent reporting, Ron Paul is in third place just two percentage points behind John McCain. However, the Maine preference poll is purely a beauty contest, and in the actual election of state delegates the so-called “frontrunner” McCain is far behind Ron Paul.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Military Donors Back Ron Paul & Obama

In the 4th quarter of 2007, individuals in the Army, Navy and Air Force abcmade those branches of the armed services the No. 13, No. 18 and No. 21, contributing industries, respectively. War opponent Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, received the most from donors in the military, collecting at least $212,000 from them. Another war opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, was second with about $94,000.
Soldiers love Ron and Barack, and lobbyists love Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, the No. 1 recipient of lobbyist cash, receiving $823,000 in 2007 from the lobbying industry, which gave about $2.7 million overall.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Presidential Candidate Budget Analysis: Ron Paul Lowest, Barack Obama Highest In New Spending

Ron Paul came in a t[NEGATIVE] -$150.1 billion and Barack Obama at investor-centric$287 billion for new spending proposals in a 2008 Presidential Candidate Budget Analysis put together by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation, representing the lowest and highest numbers, respectively, of all the candidates. These numbers represent new spending programs the candidates are proposing the government take on if they are elected president. Obviously there is quite a difference in spending between the two ends of the spectrum in Paul and Obama, but what where do the rest of the candidates sit?
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul At The After CNN Debate Rally 1-30-08

See a Vietnam veteran's statement of approval for Ron Paul.
February 04, 2008 Permalink Endorses Ron Paul for President

Christian Business Daily has long stood for policy that is rooted in solid Biblical principles – sound stewardship of financial and other resources, rewards for fruitfulness and productivity, and environments that allow for enterprise to flourish without undue taxation or public theft masquerading as compassion. This is why our editorial team has chosen to support a presidential candidate in the Republican primaries, Ron Paul.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: Rosa Parks's Heroism a ''Testament to the Power of Freedom''

On February 4, Americans nationwide will reflect on the legacy of Rosa central dailyParks and wonder if they too would be so brave as to take a stand for freedom. Teachers will tell their students of the power of a woman who refused to bend to an unjust law, and parents will tell their children to never give into evil--but what more can we learn from this remarkable woman, who is one of my greatest heroes?
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Beats McCain in Maine Caucus, Primed to Win Over 1/3 of State Delegates!!!

“Ron Paul’s strong second place finish in Maine, in which he beat John 2008McCain, is proof that this race is far from over,” said Ron Paul campaign manager Lew Moore. “We’ll continue to battle for every delegate in this wide-open race for the Republican nomination.”
In the presidential preference poll, with 70 percent reporting, Ron Paul is in third place just two percentage points behind John McCain. However, the Maine preference poll is purely a beauty contest, and in the actual election of state delegates the so-called “frontrunner” McCain is far behind Ron Paul.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Think LONG TERM - Why 3rd party is bad & staying GOP is good

3) One very IMPORTANT LONG-TERM aspect of this campaign is that a LOT of Liberty-minded people have gotten involved in their local GOP party groups. (You did too, didn't you? If not you're missing the point.) -- many of them have ALREADY stepped into local leadership roles, and IF WE STAY, more people can do so in the future! Which means we can CHANGE the party from within -- exactly as Ron Paul advocates.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Supporter Explains Why Noncustodial Parents Should Back Paul's Candidacy

First I want to say that I am a single father of an eight your old boy glennsacks(born Nov. 1999) that was stolen from me through the cooperation of the State and the mother. The courts call it awarding custody, but it is in fact kidnapping the child from one parent that the child needs and deserves and giving the child to the other parent. This is done through the power and force of the State, this is violence on the hands of the State and is Child Abuse.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Supporter Spotlight

Andre de la Vera and Ron Bedell signed up as precinct leaders in supporter spotlightBroward and Miami-Dade counties. Not only did they canvass their own precincts by foot and by phone, they canvassed 11 additional precincts in their surrounding area. Ron Paul even came in 2nd place in a few of the precincts in which they canvassed!
Most of their canvassed precincts show Ron Paul getting a larger percentage of the vote total than other precincts in Florida. This is proof that precinct canvassing works, so if you are not a precinct leader, there’s no better time to start than now.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

The Tennessean Apologizes

I apologize for the omission.
warroomThe candidates’ position grid we published was provided by one of our wire services. It omitted Dr. Paul. We should have caught the omission but we did not. There’s no excuse on our part — but that’s what happened. We will publish a complete version of the grid tomorrow.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

RonPauled- Super Tuesday

A great compilation

February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Needs A Cash Infusion Today

Any readers planning to donate to the Ron Paul campaign in the near infowarsfuture should consider moving their donation forward to today as the Congressman seeks to reach a goal of $8.4 million for the first quarter. Last month the campaign announced the "Going For The Gold" campaign to boost donations by $5 million by the 5th of February. Though the total raised now stands at an impressive $5.1 million, this is still short of the intended goal.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Joining the Revolution--An Endorsement of Ron Paul

Rescuing me from despair is Ron Paul. Here is a man who makes me TAKI_logobelieve that the Grand Old Party of Barry Goldwater, Ronald Reagan, and William F. Buckley might have a second life. Here is a man from Texas, with strong libertarian and conservative values, who has laid out a foreign policy that would put America first. Unlike the rest of them, if Ron Paul ever stood on the steps of the Capitol and swore to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution, he’d actually mean it.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

The Ron Paul Strategy - Why It's Working

At ALL OF THEIR FORUMS, you will see discussions of the other candidates. Many people (and rightfully so) are boosting their candidate while trying to rip apart the other candidates. McCain country wants to annihilate Romney headquarters, Clinton followers want to expose Obama, and so on and so on. But they all have one thing in common -- in every single camp, you will find MANY non Ron Paul supporters, regardless of who they support, actually RESPECT WHAT RON PAUL STANDS FOR.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Behind Scenes the at the CNN Debate 1-30-08

Some interesting footage.

February 04, 2008 Permalink

Important update from the Maine grassroots

We have a tremendous Grass Roots organization up here in Maine, and we are proud to report that we are the 1st State in the entire nation to get Ron to the 20% threshold (reports show him at 19% with 70% of the vote in). This should be plastered all over the campaign website, and blog, and a press release done NOW so the Super Tuesday States can see it and see what is possible when we do our job of GOTV.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Take a good look at Ron Paul's common-sense ideas

Ron Paul appears to be intelligent and honest, and has ideas for boosting our economy that actually make sense. For instance, he suggests that in order to lower gas prices, what we really need to do is stop the inflation of the U.S. dollar. He states that gas prices aren't necessarily going up, but in fact the U.S. dollar is becoming worth less (check out comparing currency listings to support this).
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: You Decide - Republicans 2008

It seems, even to the most peripheral observer, that a single word has redandblackcome to define the theme of this year's campaign: change. Fed up with the Bush administration's inexplicable foreign policy decisions and the country's lagging economy, Americans are eager to buck the status quo and elect a president who will bring about change.
Though all of the candidates continue to pay lip service to the idea of change and some, especially Barack Obama, have greatly benefited from portraying their campaigns as ones of change, only one candidate promotes innovative policies and represents the potential for real change through his creative policies: Ron Paul.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Message from Carol

Wow. What an anniversary present you gave us with all your wonderful rp2008donations! Ron and I can't thank you enough. Someone asked me where we would have our special dinner, and I said with box lunches on the airplane. When I saw the person's face fall, I said that I couldn't imagine a more wonderful event--with Ron, and fighting for our country's freedom. What could be better?
February 04, 2008 Permalink

The Tennessean disrespects RON PAUL

See the glaring omission of Ron Paul in today's copy of the Tennessean. Please, don't waste money buying a copy to see for yourselves:
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Very Likely to Win Washington State

We've written here at regarding how Ron Paul was gambling 911likely to have a very strong showing in the Democratic stronghold of Washington State. Now the Seattle Post Intelligencer is predicting Paul could win the state.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's Denver Visit

“All great nations end,” Rep. Paul warned, “Not because they are invaded, but because they extend themselves too thin.” He asked (without naming names) how his GOP rival, Sen. John McCain, planned to pay for the 100 years in Iraq McCain recently said might be necessary.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Clinton health plan may mean tapping pay

WASHINGTON - Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday she yahoomight be willing to garnish the wages of workers who refuse to buy health insurance to achieve coverage for all Americans.
The New York senator has criticized presidential rival Barack Obama for pushing a health plan that would not require universal coverage. Clinton has not always specified the enforcement measures she would embrace, but when pressed on ABC's "This Week," she said: "I think there are a number of mechanisms" that are possible, including "going after people's wages, automatic enrollment."
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Why Should Ron Paul Be President??????

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Paul, not McCain, should represent the Republican Party

People, please I beg of you, wake up and watch. Paul has won almost thecrimsonwhiteevery single debate. Have you seen this mentioned once by the media? No, you haven't, because they don't want him to win. What you don't see is the media throwing sucker punches while our heads are turned. All I ask is for an end to the blindness. Realize that this is your future if you keep letting the people that are making money off of it make decisions for us.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

We have sold our souls

It is our right as the people, and my duty as a United States MARINE written into our constitution by our founding fathers, entrusted to us, by the people, to ensure that our liberty, freedom, and the constitution never again become the subjugation of the corruption that we have wrought upon ourselves. We must take back our country, and give it to the people. So let us open our hearts, take responsibility, and make our HOPE become our reality. Lets begin REVOLUTION. His name is Dr. Ron Paul.
February 04, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul makes FRONT PAGE news in Waterbury Connecticut

American Republican major area newspaper reported Lichfield County Meetup group is "Crazy about Ron"

February 03, 2008 Permalink

The Ron Paul Digg Brigade

I am a Ron Paul supporter, and I am creating an organization of Ron Paul supporters in order to counter a form of censorship on Digg, and restore a presence of Ron Paul to digg's front page.
The intention of this group is to prevent good material from being buried before it hits the front page. The anti-Paul brigade is a group of 400+ digg users, that have networked together on Digg and are colluding to shout any new Ron Paul article and collectively bury it before it hits the front page.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Media malpractice: Popular support for Ron Paul, Mike Huckabee not news

It all goes to show that these “debates” are media productions that worldtribunehave little to do with an actual examination of differences between the candidates. In effect, the media are trying to pick the candidates and narrow down the race. While few people, relatively speaking, actually watch the debates on the cable channels, the exchanges which are manufactured by the nature of the questions that are addressed to certain candidates get picked up by many other media outlets, leading to a public perception that the “frontrunners” being quoted are the only “serious” ones left in the race.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Super Bowl Week

RonPaul PatriotRon Paul Revolution banners pulled by airplanes, Airplane Sky Typing, thousands of signs, RPR Balloon Blimps, Ron Paul pedal cabs, Ron Paul Limo,... all at the Phoenix Open & Super Bowl events. This week was ruled by Ron Paul Revolutionaries.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Paul: Take back your civil liberties

"What is frightening today is the war on terrorism, which has instilled press tvfear in us," Paul said Friday night at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.
"They tell us that because the war is going to go for a long time, we have to sacrifice our liberties for a long time, and we have to say no to that. We have to take our civil liberties back," expounded the 10-term congressman.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Paul brings new faces to Maine caucuses

Then a friend told them about Ron Paul. They became just two of the many Maine residents who had never been engaged in politics before finding Paul, and two of the many who spoke on the Texas congressman’s behalf Saturday.
The two didn’t stop at voting for Paul, they decided to engage themselves in the party. Gallant was elected chairwoman of the Manchester state delegates, and both volunteered for the Republican City Committee.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Pat Buchanan’s Magazine Endorses Ron Paul!!

The presidential fields of both parties have narrowed, and the arguments about how we should move forward are now familiar. TAC believes that only one candidate has put forth a diagnosis of America’s current ills and has a vision to turn the country off its misguided course. That is Congressman Ron Paul, whom we endorse for the Republican nomination.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Uninformed Democrats an untapped gold mine Ron Paul demographic

It is easy to fall into the trap of assuming that anyone who is anti-war, ron paul war roompro-civil liberties and concerned about the influence of special interests would have automatically gravitated towards Paul by now. However, watching the MTV presidential debate, one thing came over very strongly to me. The majority of democrats who fall into the above category are still living in a bubble and are completely taken in by Obama.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

This is Ron Paul - Why and How He Wants To Save The USA

Oh I wish America could see this...but they are probably too bust with important things such as the Superbowl.

February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Dominates Montana's Campaign Contributions

Ron Paul received more campaign contributions from Montana in 2007 yahoo than any other Presidential candidate - Republican or Democrat. Montana contributions received by Ron Paul in 2007 were $88,883, double that the nearest Republican Mitt Romney who received just $41,495. John McCain came in 3rd at $29,094 followed by Mike Huckabee coming in 4th at $8,816.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Dear Oppnents of Illegal Immigration

Know Before You Vote -
ron paul war roomWhy am I asking you to forward this to everybody?
Because the polls show that most Republicans who have been voting for McCain in the previous primaries are so uninformed that they think he would be TOUGH on illegal immigration.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Q4 FEC Reports: Ron Paul Receives More Military Donations Than All Other Republicans Combined

“The latest numbers make it clear: the troops support Ron Paul,” said 2008Ron Paul campaign chairman Kent Snyder. “Dr. Paul has worked his entire career working for veterans, and has many awards and endorsements due to his dedication to their cause.”
A search of the FEC database by employer reveals that Dr. Paul has received 1160 donations from military donors, nearly triple that of John McCain, and more than McCain, Mitt Romney, and Mike Huckabee combined.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

'Protect America violates Constitution'

"The misnamed Protect America Act allows the US government to press tvmonitor telephone calls and other electronic communications of American citizens without a warrant, which violates the Fourth Amendment," Paul said.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Sweeps Northern Maine Caucuses

Texas Congressman Dr. Ron Paul scored a stunning upset win over all three of his opponents in the Aroostook County Presidential Preference Survey during the weekend caucuses just concluded. It also would appear that Dr. Paul's supporters won the lion's share of the delegate seats to the Maine Republican Convention in early May from the county.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Message Muffled Despite Record Breaking Fundraising, Strong Support from Military and Americans

So one might ask where all this money is coming from? What’s this Presidential candidate have that the others don’t have? Besides his consistent voting record, his interest in abolishing the IRS, income tax, and the CIA, and a recent 51 year marriage anniversary, apparently he’s also got significant military support. The Paul campaign often boasts that the campaign’s money comes mostly in the form of small donations from average Americans, many of which are active military officers. This is quite the contrary to most of Paul’s opponents who have significant support from corporate lobbyists.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul 2008 VOTE !! Episode 2: Economics

Intelligent Americans will realize, after listening to only a few of Ron Paul's speeches, that he is it.

February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul will surprise on Super Tuesday

The Maine caucuses are not yet complete, but it looks like Ron Paul will pull around 20%. With only 4 Republican candidates remaining, it shows he can hang with the "big boys." That solid performance will only help boost his numbers on Tuesday when hopefully McCain and Romney split the big states to leave the race for the Republican nomination even more wide open than it already is.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul & Carol Paul Israel Anderson Interview Denver CO

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"If I know something that's hurting our country and I don't speak out, then I'm just as wrong as those that are doing it to us" - Ron Paul

February 03, 2008 Permalink

Paul touts importance of Alaska in Super Tuesday

Paul, who advocates a strict interpretation of the Constitution, said newsminerSecond Amendment rights have been eroded over time as well.
“It wasn’t put in the Constitution so you could shoot rabbits or go hunting,” he said. “It was that so that if we ever have to face tyranny in this country, the people will be armed.”
A strong supporter of states’ rights, Paul also said that the state of Alaska should have the final say in anything having to do with oil or natural gas.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Keep in mind, Ron Paul still a viable candidate

In your Jan. 27 editorial, "For the GOP, no one," you forgot to mention the real choice for the Republican candidate: Ron Paul. It's infuriating to see articles in every publication fail to even give him any credit as a viable candidate in the Republican race. He has outlasted Fred Thompson and beaten Rudy Giuliani time and time again in the primaries and caucuses, even coming in second in Nevada behind Mitt Romney.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul the only real option for a difference

Every four years, we hold elections for the highest office in the country, kennebec but only the face behind the desk will change, never the policies. We'll hear eloquent rhetoric from both sides and promises never meant to be kept.
We know they're lying, but don't seem to care. They tell us what we want to hear, and promise the freebies to get our vote and so it goes.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Young North Dakotans help drive Ron Paul support in caucus voting

Moorhead and other Paul supporters describe a following whose level of thedickinsonpressenthusiasm for their chosen candidate is notably more “excited” than many other candidates’ backers.
“We have one of the highest conversion ratios,” Moorhead said – meaning voters who learn about Paul and his positions have a high degree of becoming strong supporters.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul doesn't get a fair shake from the media

Have you noticed that Rep. Ron Paul is never mentioned in the "official" polls regarding the presidential primaries? In fact, you hardly hear any news about him at all. Has he dropped out? No. He his campaign is still very alive.
February 03, 2008 Permalink


What one can draw from all this is that the American public is very much manipulated by the media perceptions of who is declared the “front runner,” who is “losing steam” or who is “not going to win.” They’ve tagged Ron Paul with that last label incessantly–to make sure he doesn’t win. Meanwhile, rumors are circulating that the establishment wants the President’s brother Jeb Bush to be McCain’s VP. Will we never be rid of the Bush legacy of betrayal?
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Talking Points Strategy

Ron now has a major weapon he can use when people attack him on his WAR ROOMforeign policy position…the military. No other cadidate received more money from active duty military soldiers, Marines, Seabee’s, Fly Boys and Fly Girls than Ron Paul. Ron was the leading GOP fundraiser in the 4th quarter of 2007, and he’s already on pace to be the leading GOP fundraiser in this 1st quarter of 2008 as well.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Suddenly, freedom is less popular in Maine

More of the Maine Caucus results have come in and Ron Paul is now in LM3rd place behind McCain (2nd) and Romney (1st). The word on the street though is that Ron Paul still has many delegates.
These delegates go to the state convention in May to vote for which delegates to go to the Republican National convention. These delegates decide the winner, not the straw poll vote during the caucus. So we won’t know for quite some time how many true delegates are for Ron Paul.
February 03, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul at MTV Forum

The full video
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The CFR And The 2008 Presidential Candidates

Before I get started about the CFR you should know which of the 2008 candidates, and potential candidates, are current members of this organization. You will notice that they are from both the Democrat Party and the Republican Party, men and women.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul dominates MTV/MySpace's Presidential Debate

February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul in the MTV/Myspace forum

Ron Paul did a great job in the MTV/Myspace forum. Of course, some of his answers may have been too scholarly for the audience, which appeared to be populated mostly by the kind of people you'd expect to get their ideas from MTV. Many of them sat there looking bored because they weren't getting the lame-brained platitudes and promises of free stuff an Obama offers. The girl who wants taxpayers to subsidize her undoubtedly prodigious sex life seemed especially disappointed.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul in Colorado 2008.02.01

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February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Attacks Root Causes of Problems!

Second, yet no less destructive to our liberty and freedom, is the IRS. nolanHow many of you reading this just looked around to see if they' saw you reading this? There is a greater fear surrounding an IRS audit than anything else among the average people who supposedly control this government. Again, Jefferson knew this would occur. "A wise and good government shall not take from the mouths of labor the bread it has earned."
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Gains Endorsements from Montana's Conservative Legislators

Montana Ron Paul State coordinator David Hart said these yahooendorsements show the large base of support the ten term congressman has gained in the state.
Additionally, Ron Paul has been endorsed as being the strongest Presidential candidate in support of the 2nd Amendment by the Montana Shooting Sports Association.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Mike Huckabee, Ron Paul Set For MTV/MySpace's 'Closing Arguments' On Saturday

Three days before Super Tuesday, when 23 states hold their mtvpresidential-nomination primaries or caucuses, MTV and MySpace will host some of the remaining Democratic and Republican candidates in a "Super" edition of the ongoing MTV/MySpace Presidential Dialogue series
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Bests Everyone in Military Donations, Again.

Ron Paul not only out-raised every other Republican candidate in the 4th american chroniclefundraising quarter of 2007, but defended his 3rd quarter title as the United States military´s favorite candidate. This time, the victory was decisive. Paul received approximately three times as many Army donations as Senator John McCain, twice as many from the Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force, and more military donations overall than all the other Republican candidates combined. In fact, the United States Army alone was Paul´s biggest contributor, outstripping students and every other branch of the military.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul leads in N. Maine Caucuses

With results from 2 out of three scheduled Republican caucuses in warroomNorthern Maine now in, the results are:
1st Place: Paul, 41%; 2nd Place: Romney, 27%; 3rd place Huckabee, 19%; 4th place: McCain, 12%.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Why Support Dr. Ron Paul?

Perhaps the most amazing thing about Paul’s campaign is the fact that he is not backed by corporate financing or any of the “powers that be” in the national media. Nearly all of his success is attributed to grassroots volunteers who have embraced his message of freedom and carried the torch with fervor.
But why should a Christian vote for Paul? What makes him the best choice to lead our country? I’d like to offer six reasons that he stands out from the field.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Last Weekend to Canvass Before Super Tuesday

This is the last weekend before Super Tuesday. I know that all of us dphere are tuned into what is going on, but many of your neighbors are not. For example, prior to joining this movement, I'd never voted in a presidential primary. I never even knew when they were. This weekend is crucial for door-to-door canvassing. If you remind people that there is a vote on Tuesday, and of what is at stake, you can motivate a lot of people to vote this weekend. This is what it is all about -- getting people to come out and vote.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul In Colorado - Truth is Awesome!

Both my wife and I noticed something…there were young people, young families, middle aged singles and couples and older folks. In short a true representation of ALL AMERICANS!! His message obviously appeals to everyone, and why not? As he said Freedom is a pretty darn good message and it is catching on!
February 02, 2008 Permalink

FOX News Exposes Diebold Electronic Vote Flipping in Florida

We The People Can and Will Pass Legislation to Guarantee Paper Ballots and an Open Count in the 2008 General Elections.

February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's Message: Hope not Change

Instead of a constitutional government and a virtuous society, we have theconservativevoicelost our way. We have accepted and been ensnared by a growing nanny-state government controlling our lives to the detriment of our freedom and liberty.
This man is trying to tell us something, which we’ve all forgotten over the last few generations. If only the people-sheep would open their eyes and ears, we might see how our own selfishness is reflected in the government arena, the actions of the people we elect to office.
Hear the message even if you don’t like it. Maybe you will think and reflect on the kind of America you’d like to see for your children and grandchildren..
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Super Tuesday...Ron Paul... Regan?

It is amazing to me that voters who consider themselves "conservative" have put John McCain and Mitt Romney in positions to secure the party nomination on February 5th. These two epitomize flip-flopping and take the standard "party stance" on any given issue for a party that has drifted so far to the right it makes Nazi Germany seem like Six Flags.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Where is Paul?

I'm upset, but not surprised, that Ron Paul was nowhere to be found on salt lake tribune'the front page of the Tribune that featured the other candidates, even some who have already dropped out of the race
February 02, 2008 Permalink

A Quixotic Quest to Be a Ron Paul Delegate from Queens

But Mr. Paul, he said, was somehow different. “He’s the one of the only nytcandidates who is talking about the economy, in terms of making important changes in the country’s monetary policy. The others are talking about methods of controlling our economic problems. He’s the one looking at the causes for runaway inflation and a collapsing housing bubble and addressing those causes.”
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Revolution and the Constitution.

Ironically, as long as I can remember, no matter which party raises up the newest president, nothing changes as far as policy is concerned. And where is it leading us? I see industry moving out of the country at alarming rates. Masses of illegal immigrants swarm across our unprotected borders while our military is used to protect the borders of foreign countries and big oil. I see a policy of endless preemptive war against an undefined enemy. I see the United States being dictated to by the United Nations. I see dangerous legislation, such as the "Patriot Act," and "Military Commission Act," eroding our constitutional rights, passed by a Congress who swore an oath to protect those rights, and I see debates with candidates who argue with each other as to how best to continue these policies.

February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Interview

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Ron Paul, the Choice of the Military

Thanks to Jeff Schulman for discovering that Ron Paul received more military donations in the 4th quarter than all his opponents combined. Paul: $286,764; 1349 donors
McCain: $79,597; 413 donors
Romney: $29,250; 140 donors
Huckabee: $24,562; 94 donors
Obama: $81,037; 466 donors
Clinton: $49,523; 181 donors
February 02, 2008 Permalink

USA Daily endorses Ron Paul for President

Ron Paul is different than the remaining candidates that are still running usa dailyfor president. This is largely because he understands the issues and is telling the truth.
In the most recent CNN debate it seemed clear that the moderators had instructions to silence Paul as much as possible. This of course has been the agenda of the television Media Monopolies all along. The blackout of Paul’s campaign started in earnest on December 16th when his campaign raised historic 6 plus million dollars in a day.
Ron Paul understands that his oath to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution doesn’t mean that as President or a member of Congress he should make sure that the document is safe and secure in its underground vault. It means that he should follow the rule of law that was created with the document.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul at the University of Washington

Ron Paul speaks to students and the community at the Student Union Building in Seattle. One of his best speeches.

February 02, 2008 Permalink

At McCain Speech, a Paul Rally Breaks Out

Everything about Arizona senator John McCain's appearance in an washingtonpostairport hangar here Friday was predictable: the stump speech, the well-worn jokes and the warm-up speakers who spoke of how well-prepared McCain was to confront terrorists who threaten the American way of life. Everything, that is, except for the supporters of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) who showed up.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

How the media pick the candidates - and ignore Ron Paul

EDITORIAL - Whatever you think of Ron Paul, you have to admit that the smallgovernmentmedia are notoriously biased against him. The Fox News Channel unfairly excluded him from its January 6 debate, while MSNBC and CNN tried to keep him from speaking for any significant length of time during their January 24 and January 30 debates. This is a candidate, we must recall, who placed second in the Republican Nevada caucuses on January 19, beating John McCain.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul draws big Denver crowd

The alarm in the Colorado Convention Center employee's voice was denverpostverging on panic.
"That room is packed so tight it's not even funny," he shouted into a radio tonight as the Segway he was riding hummed and swerved down a wide carpeted hallway.
The crowd for Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul was so large it surprised his own organizers. They were forced to hurriedly open partitions to double the size of the ballroom space minutes before Paul's scheduled appearance in the Four Seasons Ballroom. When that wasn't enough hundreds of people stood rimming the hall that sits 1,536.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Addresses Seattle-Area Financial Leaders

Yesterday, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul addressed members of the local business and financial community at a private meeting on Lake Union.
The event was standing room only as Congressman Paul spoke about the housing crisis, the declining dollar, and the path to economic prosperity in America.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul 2008, Hope for Americacaleboconnor-painting

February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul says he's still in the GOP hunt

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said today his three remaining GOP opponents are making a mistake trying to write him off while he continues to draw huge crowds and raise millions of dollars on the campaign trail.
Paul was in Denver at the same time as Mitt Romney, who tried to frame the race as a two-candidate contest between himself and John McCain.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Calling all Phoenix area RP supporters!

I will be bringing carloads of RP campaign material including large signs, warroomballoons, banners, stickers, pamphlets, etc. to the Mill Avenue area from University to 4th St. all day from February 1st-5th.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

A Christian Vote

As a Christian and an ordained minister, I am appalled that too many rpfp2008Christians are so gullible that they would support a candidate without doing some research. The information I found on Huckabee is shocking. First, it is not my place to judge him or any other Christian for what they do in their private life, but the Bible tells us that by their fruits we shall know them. We should be very cautious of electing someone just because he or she proclaims to be a Christian.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Full Page Ad in Boston Globe for Ron Paul!

The Globe ad will run on Monday, Feb. 4. It is available here in PDF form.
February 02, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Campaign Announces Alaska Veterans for Paul Coalition

The Ron Paul 2008 Republican presidential campaign today announced yahoo financethe formation of the Alaska Veterans for Paul Coalition.
Over 35 Alaskan war veterans have endorsed ten-term Texas Congressman and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, and have signed onto the Alaska Veterans for Paul Coalition today.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

The New American Crisis

An open letter to traditional Christians to quit the Flatworldview Society lewrockwellimmediately and to re-animate the Constitution of the United States with the big ideas of Christianity and Dr. Ron Paul
Without a fundamental return to fidelity to the Constitution and the rule of law, our republic cannot survive the leftward drift toward an authoritarian state, and Christians become enablers of the shift, when we of all people are uniquely enabled by the one true God to do something to stop it. Dr. Paul is the only candidate in this crisis who is prescribing the real antidote for the lawlessness that is now killing America from within.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Paul grounded in economics

Some candidates have governed at local and state levels or succeeded in business, but only one has a record to prove that he has studied and has an extensive knowledge of economics as it relates to government.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

John McCain Will Bring Us More War

Looks like older Americans want the younger ones to die. Or are they just ignorant? The heavy hitters are against this insane man.

February 01, 2008 Permalink

They want to come home

Ron Paul has more Military Contributors than others Combined.
lew blogWhat else can we conclude when they vote with their wallets for the only candidate who promises to bring them home? From Q4 FEC reports: Total Military Member Donations to McCain, Romney and Huckabee Donations Combined: 732
Ron Paul Total Military Member Donations: 931
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Paul has answers to financial crisis

Who else is there to vote for? Well, you can cross Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani off the list immediately as they show up on the Top Ten of the most corrupt politicians in the country according to Judicial Watch ( ). I encourage you to go to this Web site and read the truth about these four candidates. The only thing that will change if they are elected will be their increase in personal wealth.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

The Madness of John McCain

A militarist suffering from acute narcissism and armed with the Bush Doctrine is not fit to be commander in chief.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

For John McCain, there’s no such thing as illegal immigration.

McCain shows no familiarity with the economic literature on immigration, preferring slogans about jobs Americans won’t do. He has not read the studies suggesting that the current wave of unskilled immigration has yielded virtually no net economic benefit to American workers and has hurt the most economically vulnerable among us, themselves disproportionately black and Hispanic.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul is insane - Comedy Central Satire

Colbert uses satire in approval of Paul.

February 01, 2008 Permalink

Message from Carol Paul

Dear Friends,
2008Ron and I are so honored that you all are contributing to the campaign in honor of our 51st wedding anniversary. That is very special.
We are celebrating our special day as we travel from the California debate to Seattle, Washington and Denver, Colorado for the cause of liberty. We are not giving up our day but sharing it with the voters as you are sharing the fruits of your labor for freedom. Ron says "Freedom works!!" and I believe it does.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Paul for President - The American Conservative Endoresment

Nevertheless we urge a vote for him. This campaign sends a signal to the american conservativeboth parties that a significant number of Americans value their country’s great Constitution, that many conservatives reject wiretaps, waterboarding, and senseless wars. There is far more realism in Paul’s analysis than can be found in those Republicans who believe that Washington’s policy of borrowing billions from China to pay for the occupation of a growing number of countries is desirable, much less sustainable.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

The Candidate the Media Won’t Talk About

So back to my original question, why does the media refuse to give Ron thesuburbianewsPaul the attention that he deserves? Maybe it is because some of the major media people feel threatened by Ron Paul. See throughout the years major media outlets such as Fox News and NBC have made a good portion of their income from the war. NBC is owned by General Electric who happen to be one of the worlds top 3 producers of jet engines and supply Boeing, Lockheed and Martin, and other military aircraft makers the power for their airplanes and helicopters. Or take CBS for example… Back in 1996 CBS was bought by the then named Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, which was in turn purchased by Viacom. The Westinghouse Company makes nuclear reactors for U.S. Submarines and also electronics for the military and manufactures arms. Those same arms are used in the war today.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Politician Ron Paul discusses national economics and federal banking money.

YOUNG RON PAUL WASHINGTONWell, in some ways, the story is a complicated one, but a major factor in our economic downfall-if not the most influential -has been the deliberate destruction of our money. You simply cannot have a healthy economy without a sound currency. Consider, if you will, how difficult it would be to build a house if your yardstick were to change its length each day: Can you imagine what kind of structure would result if a carpenter used a "standard" measure that was 16 " one day, 32 " the next, then 56 ", then 43 "? And that's essentially what we're trying to do ... run an economy using a value measurement that continually fluctuates.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul - A Game of Inches

Dedicated to the Ron Paul Revolution. Inspirational.
Note: Brief colorful language.

February 01, 2008 Permalink

The American Conservative Magazine Endorses Ron Paul for President

“Only one candidate has put forth a diagnosis of America’s current ills Business-Wireand has a vision to turn America off its misguided course.”
“By speaking about the benefits of smaller government and limited executive power, he has introduced a generation of young Americans to a more traditional and true style of conservatism.”
“Ron Paul has been a breath of fresh air in an otherwise desultory Republican campaign. Long may he run.”
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Paul's $20M donation haul tops GOP, candidate sees high hopes in Maine

He may still be underperforming at the polls, but when it comes to rawstorysupporters putting their money where their mouths are, Ron Paul has the Republican frontrunners beat hands down.
Paul, the quirky Texas congressman who's been lighting the Internet on fire, raised $19.95 million in the last three months of 2007. That's more donations than the combined total of the two current Republican frontrunners, John McCain and Mitt Romney, during the same period, reports the Los Angeles Times' Andrew Malcolm.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Rush Is Right - Ron Paul and "A Snowball's Chance"...

Ron Paul, on the other hand, is just getting started. He has a ton of money in the bank, and there's more where that came from. He has the most powerful weapon in this race - a twenty year track record of political integrity energized by the only platform truly based on the Constitution
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's "Revolution Manifesto" Storms Into Amazon Top Five

manifestoPresidential candidate Ron Paul's as yet unreleased infowarsbook The Revolution: A Manifesto has stormed into the Amazon top five today rising from number 629 in a matter of hours.
The book, published by Grand Central, is not due out until April 30th, yet is already selling in the thousands, giving a stark indication of how popular the Congressman's message has become.
The Manifesto is Ron Paul's first original book in over twenty years and contains all his now familiar policies on the economy, war, terrorism, civil liberties and the restoration of the Constitution.
February 01, 2008 Permalink



Ron Paul Campaign Announces Addition of New Policy Advisors

Today, the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign is announcing the rp 2008appointment of three new policy advisors. Doug Bandow has been appointed policy advisor to the campaign, while Charles Peña and Philip Giraldi have been named as foreign policy advisors.
Mr. Bandow served as a special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and as a senior policy analyst in the 1980 Reagan for President campaign.
Philip Giraldi is a former officer of the Central Intelligence Agency who writes regularly on intelligence and foreign policy issues.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Giving New England Another Try

It's shaping up a lot like Nevada: Mitt Romney's the only other reasonhitrunRepublican giving the race any attention, grasping for a positive headline among the drumbeat of McCain endorsements and wet kisses from newspaper edit boards. And, like in Nevada, some of the Paul organizers will be battle-hardened veterans of Iowa and New Hampshire.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

"The Revolution: A Manifesto" by Ron Paul

February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul defeats the Establishment once again!

Ron Paul statement about Reagan's and the Gold Standard was nolanpowerful, it dissolved a lot of the "fringe" image of the Gold Standard that some call a CRAZY throwback idea. Not one of the other Candidates can attack Ron Paul's honesty and claim that Reagan did not tell Ron Paul that "no great nation that got off the gold standard ever remained great".
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Paul's message thrills Seattle fans

But, he said, Kucinich's liberal supporters were having trouble accepting seattletimesPaul's opposition to government health-care subsidies for the poor, such as Medicaid.
Paul assured Dussault everyone would be better off in the long run if the free market ruled in health care because he said it would be more efficient and less costly. And in the short term, Paul suggested the government could free up billions of dollars just by leaving Iraq.
That was enough for Dussault. "He's totally honest," he said of Paul.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron's Revolutionary Manifesto -- It's #5 on Amazon !

"The Revolution: A Manifesto" is the most extraordinary book ever written by a public figure in America. And Ron Paul, as we well know, isn’t just any public figure. He is the great truth-teller of our time, and the greatest champion of freedom the U.S. Congress has ever seen. Ron Paul is throwing down the gauntlet, defining the issues that he and his movement – which are not going away – intend to hammer home from now until the end of time.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

News Shocker: Ron Paul biggest GOP fundraiser last quarter

Well, it's official, ladies and gentlemen. Believe it or not, Rep. Ron Paul, losangelestimesthe 72-year-old Texan who hardly ever gets mentioned in Republican political news and the one-time libertarian who always gets the least time on TV debates if he isn't barred completely, was, in fact, the most successful Republican fundraiser in the last three months of 2007.
By a Texas mile.
By the thousands Paul's fervent followers donated $19.95 million to the "Ron Paul Revolution."
February 01, 2008 Permalink

January 31, 2008: Terry Jeffrey Defends Ron Paul over McCain

He falls short on understanding Ron Paul's foreign policy.

February 01, 2008 Permalink

Super Fat Tuesday Set To Make History

It’s the responsibility of every individual who cherishes life, liberty, and war roomthe pursuit of happiness, to spread the Ron Paul presidential message to the masses. This is more important than anything else you have going on in your life, regardlesss of it’s importance to you.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

4th Quarter Fund Raising For Republicans

4th Quarter Fun Raising Totals For The Remaining Republican Candidates:
1. Ron Paul $19,924,416.44
2. Mitt Romney $9,027,461.10
3. John McCain $6,863,072.13
4. Mike Huckabee $6,642,585.72
Paul raised more than twice as much as the next biggest fund raiser, Mitt Romney.
February 01, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul - Seattle WA 1/31/08

Nice crowd there.

February 01, 2008 Permalink

How A Deregulated “Free Market” Media Is Undermining The Ron Paul Campaign

The media started to increase the use of adjectives when reporting on Congressman Paul to give the impression to the average voter that his chances of winning were very slim…
“Dark horse candidate Ron Paul…”
“Long shot candidate Ron Paul…”
The media can’t control what Dr. Paul says in the debates but, since they control the cameras, they can pan across to his opponents as they act shocked and mystified when Dr. Paul schools them on the Constitution and fiscal responsibility…
After all, if the other candidates seem shocked at what is being said, shouldn’t most Americans? Sad to say, most American voters view their ballot as a betting card, not an instrument of Democracy.
February 01, 2008 Permalink