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He's Everywhere!

I couldn't believe what I was reading! To think that these fans, many of lewrockwell blogwhom, if the concerts I went to are any indication, are the type to drink so much at a show so as to forget what was played, were that interested in these issues, and with such nuance? Is Ron Paul teaching people, or simply revealing that many have been thinking and just had no politicians that were worthy to think about? I believe it must be some of both.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Campaign Under Cyber Attack

I find it far more likely that this botnet spam attack is not the design of the Paul campaign or any of its supporters. It is far more likely that this is the release of a first round of direct cyber attack against the Ron Paul campaign. I base this opinion on the fact that the attack is becoming clearly targeted at the youtube videos of Ron Paul. Youtube links to his videos are beginning to be inserted into the the body of these spam message and as a direct result the video's are being pulled by youtube for violation of their terms of use policy.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul on Tonight Show - Covers 36 Key Points In Less Than 9 Minutes!!

There is a short but positive article on USA Today’s website today. This is one of the comments there and it just shows how informed and intelligent that Ron Paul supporters are and how brilliant that Dr Paul is….
Ron Paul was a hit of the Tonight Show with Jay Leno! Thanks to Jay and NBC for doing such a fair & balanced interview!!
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Hutton Gibson endorses Ron Paul for President in 2008

That would be Mel Gibson's Father! I met him in Washington DC. He is a Patriot and a very astute man.

October 31, 2007 Permalink

Oh, the Establishment is worried...

The CFR knows the "American empire" message doesn't work anymore, so they are co-opting the language of the Left. What the fools don't know--and don't bother realizing--is that the Left's rubric and nonsense don't work either. Sixty years of failure demonstrates that soundly.
And the Paul campaign is lifting the rock, letting the sunlight in and showing the average voter just what reptiles the Establishment truly are.
And when Paul is roundly and warmly received by Middle America on the Tonight Show, the CFR and their Establishment buddies know their own message is not only being lost, but ignored--and ridiculed.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul mounting a serious challenge for the GOP nomination

It appears that all of the media polls were wrong and Republican usa dailypresidential candidate Ron Paul is mounting a serious challenge for the GOP nomination. Paul’s campaign will be hosting several events in South Carolina.
Ron Paul’s presidential campaign will be opening up an office in Greenville South Carolina tomorrow, holding a campaign rally in downtown Columbia on Friday, and opening another office in Columbia South Carolina on Saturday.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Ain't Gonna Win?

Every once in a while, opportunity knocks, and it’s knocking now at a very pivotal time in American history. Our opportunity is Ron Paul, and more importantly, his adherence to the Constitution. Why not pursue this candidate of hope and change, rather than suppress interest in him by opining that he will not win? The college campuses are not so jaded, Joe. Ron Paul is spreading like wildfire over the quads. Further, Ron Paul supporters are some of the most astute people I’ve ever met. They come from all walks of life - doctors and lawyers, students, website designers, cops, train conductors, you name it - and they all have two things in common: they were not politically enthusiastic until they heard about Ron Paul and they will NOT miss their chance to vote
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Banners engulf MSNBC Dem Debate ANTI-WAR

 


October 31, 2007 Permalink

Pictures of Ron Paul Outside The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Here are a few snapshots outside of NBC on 10/30/07 before and after the show.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Welcome to RonPauloween!

So ask yourself this question... When is the only time during the year that pumpkintens or perhaps hundreds of neighbors and total strangers come to your house unannounced and ring your doorbell?
Sometimes parents are standing near the door and sometimes they are in the background... but they are watching over their children... Later when they get home and check the candy bag --- well this year there is a surprise. This year you will give them something a little extra. Something that the parents are sure to be very curious about and will then watch on their TV.... And so is born.... RONPAULOWEEN
October 31, 2007 Permalink

 

Listing 11 reasons I like presidential candidate Ron Paul

October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Appearance on Tonight Show a Success?

Another softball from Leno: "ARE YOU AN ISOLATIONIST?" Paul should free market news networkhave said "No, not at all, I'm a noninterventionist! There's a big difference!" --If you don't label what you are, all the uneducated idiots in the audience say to themselves: "Oh, he actually is an isolationist, he just doesn't want to say it!" PUT THE CONTRADICTION FIRST, ___THEN__ DEFINE IT! This is just basic human psychology at work here! It's basic toastmasters stuff!
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Is a TV Star

Yesterday afternoon, when we pulled up at NBC studios in Burbank, lewrockwell bloghundreds of Ron's typically diverse and enthusiastic supporters cheered and cheered. Young and old, black, Asian and white, families and hippies, entrepreneurs and professionals, Republicans, Democrats, Independents, and anarchists, they had come from all over California, and from Nevada, Washington, and Oregon too. They had been there since 5:00am to ensure that they had tickets to the Tonight Show. I wondered: how much would, say, the Giuliani campaign had have to pay people to do that? These self-organizing volunteers hadn't even had to be asked.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Behind the Scenes at the Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Ron Paul - Tom Cruise and The Sex Pistols

Tom Cruise’s appearance and his new movie segued very well into Ron Paul’s appearance. Whoever produced this show kept the theme constant,… ‘government sucks’.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Jay Leno and the interview that MSM has hidden from America. Ron Paul's Humility

WOW! Is the expression that comes to mind after tonights Jay Leno show.
I was attending the show tonight with a sea of Ron Paul supporters. They could only seat 291 and 127 were turned away. The local staff was dumbfounded by the outpouring of support for this man.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno!

I was there and Ron Paul's applause was much louder than Tom Cruise's.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Chuck Baldwin’s ‘State of the Nation’ address champions Rep. Ron Paul for president

Today, we have federal departments and agencies almost without red pilsnumber. We have the Department of Education, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Energy, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Commerce, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Justice, the Department of Labor, the Department of State, the Department of the Treasury, the Department of the Interior, etc., etc., ad infinitum, ad nauseum.
Each and every federal department and agency, in its own way and for its own purposes, to one degree or another, ignores or violates constitutional government. And as a result, they contravene and strip away the rights and freedoms of States collectively and of the people individually.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul a hit in Hollywood

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul was on the Tonight Show usa dailywith Jay Leno. The audience was very receptive giving a loud applause when Leno mentioned Paul in his opening monologue.
Leno mentioned that Dr. Paul was a gynecologist then joked, “Ron Paul was the only person running to have said take off your clothes to more women than Bill Clinton”.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul on Jay Leno: How Did He Do?

2008 US Presidential candidate Ron Paul appeared on Jay Leno Tuesday night. This was the much ballyhooed segment that is widely considered Ron Paul's most high profile mainstream media appearance to date.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Why Is The Mainstream Media Scared Of This Man?

MSM shows its irrelevance. Let puts the WOOD to them.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: Poll Position

Despite trailing in Polls' seems to be the media's description of Ron Paul in the 2008 election, and now is itself a talking point used when referencing Paul by almost every major media outlet. His chances at becoming nominated, let alone elected president, seem to range from barely a blip on the radar at 8%, all the way down to an 'also ran' at 1% in national polls. But where are they getting these statistics, and who is doing the polling?
October 31, 2007 Permalink

My Grandfather's Campaign and Nov. 5

Please join me on November 5, 2007 in giving $100 to my grandfather’s daily paulcampaign. I know this could be a financial strain on many people to give this much money. Remember, however, that our dollar is in decline, we are fighting a war we cannot afford, and every other candidate is oblivious to these facts. Ron Paul is the only hope in the 2008 election to restore some sense of financial responsibility and defense of our individual rights to the federal government. If you don't give your dollar now, it might not be worth giving very soon.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

The Ron Paul Revolution goes to the Dem debate

 

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October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's views on Abortion

Since my last presidential candidate (Samuel Brownback) has dropped out, I have chosen Ron Paul as my new candidate.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul to Jay Leno: 'I could win'

The campaign has been going so well in his view that "there's probably usa todaya risk I could win," Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul just told NBC-TV's Jay Leno.
He told Leno he attributes those successes "to the message."
"I have shortcomings, but the message has no shortcomings," Paul said. It's all about "liberty," he added.
Paul ticked off some of the things he would try to do as president -- including bringing all U.S. troops home from Iraq and eliminating the federal income tax.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

The Republican two man race, Ron Paul and whoever emerges to challenge him

To be totally honest it is a bit premature to call this election a two man usa dailyrace. Anything can happen to lift a candidate not mentioned here to the center stage or derail a candidate as well, but for pundits to be placing more emphasis on polls than fund raising and the crowds that a candidate attracts just doesn't make sense.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

Jim Rogers - The Dollar, Federal Reserve and Ron Paul

This is precisely what Ron Paul means by the inflation tax. When too much money is printed, Wall St gets the first handout - and everyone else gets the trickle-down and the inflation downside. That is what creates the income inequality that is destroying the middle-class. And again, it is not a result of a free market no matter how much Dems jump up and down. It is the inevitable result of a central bank that has a state-granted monopoly over the creation of money.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

TV Commercials to Air in New Hampshire!

WE HAVE $25,000 IN THE BANK FOR T.V. ADS. RAISING $50,000. PLEASE HELP US MEET THIS GOAL. If the Chip-In to the left isn't working, you can PayPal your donation to donate@opnh.org.
October 31, 2007 Permalink

We are in! Jay Leno Tickets.

October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul - Tonight Show with Jay Leno! TONIGHT!

I'll be there. :)


October 30, 2007 Permalink

The Tonight Show: Heeeere's.... Ron Paul

Tonight thanks to Leno, a few million Americans who've never heard of the man with two first names, will get their first exposure to a representative known in Congress as Dr. No for his anti-spending votes.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Hope for America - Ron Paul

 


October 30, 2007 Permalink

Grassroots gaming: College kids playing Halo '12/7' for Ron Paul

In one of this campaign season's more creative grassroots efforts, rawstorystudents from an undisclosed southeastern university have committed to playing the massively popular Halo 3 video game for 12 hours a day, seven days a week -- "12/7" they brag -- and are broadcasting their marathon sessions live on the internet. Visitors tuning in to watch the multiplayer carnage, a number now surpassing 35,000 people according to a counter on the players' website, are encouraged to make a donation to Ron Paul's campaign.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul supporters attempting 10 million dollar cash infusion

The plan has been circulating on various internet websites for 1 hundred usa dailythousand people to make a 1 hundred dollar donation on November 5th. If Paul’s supporters follow through they will give Ron Paul a one day pop of 10 million dollars.
The amazing part about the fund raising drive is that Ron Paul's campaign said they had nothing to do with it and that it was just a spontaneous idea that caught on among Ron Paul supporters in online communities and websites like This November 5th.
While such a massive display of grassroots support for a candidate has never been demonstrated before, it is not entirely out of the question. This Ron Paul TV ad that just started running in New Hampshire had 90,000 views on YouTube yesterday and has risen to 175,000 views today.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ronald Paul and Ronald Reagan

Ron Paul was one of only 4 Republican congressmen to endorse Ronald Reagan for President. He led the Texas delegation to nominate Ronald Reagan.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Neocons Dream Up Nefarious Alex Jones - Ron Paul Plot

Nothing nefarious here, folks. Indeed, Alex Jones donated to the Ron Paul campaign, as radio talk show hosts are allowed to donate to the political campaigns of their choice. As for the supposed $1,300 payment to Alex Jones, this was merely a refund. Jones made a mistake he intended to donate $1,000, not $2,300, and the $1,300 was a refund. The transaction was noted by OpenSecrets, an organization covering presidential funding.
But never mind. In the demented recesses of the average neocon mind, this transaction is considered some sort of sinister conspiracy one they hope may bring down the Ron Paul campaign, as the neocons want to make it look like Ron Paul is paying Alex Jones for favorable coverage on his radio show and websites.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

The Bomb

The October 30th "money bomb" for Ron Paul is set to be dropped in just under 1 1/2 hours. Here are the optimal dropping times:
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Ad...Don't miss this

A possible 60 second ad? It rocks!


October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Hits the Air

The first ad is certainly not nearly as slickly produced as ads from other washington postcampaigns. It features supporters talking about why they are supporting the longshot Republican.
"Look, the man's a doctor. He's the only one who understands the health care mess," one woman tells friends at a coffee shop.
"He's the only one who's really talking sense to the people," another guy says.
This ad has something that other campaign ads lack: Young voters.
"I'm undeclared, but I'm going to go Republican and vote for Ron Paul," one student tells two friends.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

GOP's Paul launches N.H. ad campaign

One ad, called "Catching On," features New Hampshire residents voicing usa todaytheir support, including a self-described undeclared voter who says he will vote in the Republican primary simply to cast a ballot for Paul.
The ad says nothing about Paul's stands on the issues and simply attempts to capture the interest he has been generating, particularly on the Internet.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Paul makes pitch in new TV spots

Paul is only Republican candidate who opposes the Iraq war and has boston.combuilt a passionate following online. He plans to spend $1.1 million of the $5.4 million he had available at the end of September on five ads over the next six weeks to try to raise his standing in the polls.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's Iowa dreams becoming more real

“All empires fail because of a financial crisis,” he told the Christian pastors.
msnbcIf elected, Paul would try to radically shrink the federal government.
“If we don’t want the government running our lives and we get to run our lives, then we have to assume total responsibility for what we do,” he told the Ames crowd. “We have to suffer the consequences. But the great thing about this philosophy is that if you believe in life, liberty, and the right to pursue your happiness, you also believe you get to keep all of the fruits of your labor.”
Hence Paul would scrap the income tax.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Texas Rep. Ron Paul to appear on Leno tonight

Texas Rep. Ron Paul will have the largest audience in his longshot bid for the Republican presidential nomination tonight when he joins Tom Cruise and the legendary punk rock band the Sex Pistols as guest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Paul, the only Republican presidential candidate to oppose U.S. involvement in Iraq, will attend a $2,000 per person fundraising reception in the Hollywood Hills after the taping, a campaign aide said.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

The people powering the Paul phenomenon

Afterward, quizzed about his views on Paul, Hartman said, “I’ve been msnbcsupporting Mike Huckabee, but I would say I’m leaning real strong toward Ron Paul…. I wish a lot of my pastor friends were here.”
|Hartman supported Bush four years ago and explained, “Up until the last six months I had not allowed myself to imagine that we’d been let down by Bush.” As for Iraq, “I don’t think we were prepared to understand that culture and to work with that culture.”
He said he now feels “humble and I feel kind of bad that I haven’t done a better job of being faithful to Ron Paul’s kind of integrity.”
October 30, 2007 Permalink

The Myth of Retrogression: Why Ron Paul is the Only Moral Vote if You Seek an End to This War

The War in Iraq is no longer necessary nor is it morally responsible to maintain. If you say you want the war to end and you are supporting Clinton or Obama then you are being duped because both are corporate shills bought and paid for by many industries with severe interests in maintaining the war on as many fronts as possible.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Makes Promise At Iowa State U. Not To Run People's Lives

"My campaign is this: I don't want to run your lives," Paul said. "I don't cbshave the authority to do it and it's not in the Constitution. And I don't have moral right, so I don't intend to run your lives."
In his speech, Paul proposed changes to the current tax codes, foreign policy, health care and a return to government by the Constitution. He also said he wants to abolish the income tax and repeal the 14th Amendment, which gives citizenship to any child born in the United States -- including children of illegal immigrants.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's 'Revolution'

"He's the first politician I've found that's actually honest and follows the Constitution," said Iranian-born Anwiya Youkhanna, a 21-year-old Air Force lieutenant who is expecting to be called to Afghanistan soon. Youkhanna joined 30 other Paul backers last week, holding signs of support at East Speedway and North Campbell Avenue.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Endorses Ron Paul

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is an American veterans organization with over 2 million members. VFW works on behalf of American veterans by lobbying Congress for better veterans' health care and benefits. The VFW also maintains a nationwide organization of employees and volunteers to assist veterans with their VA disability claims and job placement.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: An Authentic Voice In A Sea Of Sameness

What Obama and the other institutional candidates fail to understand, at their own peril, is that the media is no longer in control of public opinion, citizens are. We read, watch and listen to things that interest us when and where we choose. And gauged by the results of Ron Paul’s popularity on the internet and straw polls votes being cast across the country, big media and the punditry are fooling themselves when they discount the appeal of Ron Paul’s message.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Canvassing Finds up to 50% Undecided in NH

That’s 50 percent of Republicans and Independents – who are eligible to free market news networkvote in the upcoming New Hampshire primary. These sources say that the Ron Paul campaign is delighted with the news of so many undecideds even after the constant traveling to and fro in the state by the many Republican “front runners.” It also contradicts other "mainstream" polling that tends to show fewer undecideds.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Make Ron Paul our next president

I consider the past three presidents to be the most corrupt we have ever had. They have bankrupted our nation, printing money out of thin air and absolutely backed by nothing. What happened to the gold? Where did it go? It used to be stored at Fort Knox. Can someone please explain this to me and why we are in the fix we are in? I think someone should be held responsible for the missing gold.
October 30, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul versus the Beltway “Libertarians”

The denizens of the Beltway “libertarian” crowd are largely legends in their own minds: Ron Paul, on the other hand, is a real world person, a nine-term Republican congressman from the Gulf coast of Texas who has nonetheless managed to maintain his unblemished record of libertarian integrity. Paul, as Gillespie would have it, is “too stupid to realize that’s not how politics works.” Here we have a former editor of “Suck” lecturing America’s most successful libertarian politician on how politics works: it’s laughable. Paul’s entire career in politics is a living reproach to the cynicism of Gillespie and his fellow wannabe “libertarian pundits, and that’s why they get wheeled out to sneer at him.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: Cheyenne Wyoming 10/28/07


Ron Paul: Cheyenne Wyoming 10/28/07
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October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul making strides with voters, contributors

Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul has been considered a dark horse since entering the presidential race, but recent numbers are making it hard not to take a second look.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Fans Gather in Ames, Iowa

Big governement is failing.


October 29, 2007 Permalink

Pitching Ron Paul

Declaration of IndependenceAs you can see, I evolved towards a style that was heavily biased towards asking questions whenever possible. It’s not about preaching to folks, it’s about engaging them in a meaningful dialog and letting them express their underlying concerns. I was amazed by how willing people were to talk (granted, folks browsing around the GOP booth are a highly-targeted population), and heartened by how many people share the same concerns as Americans.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: Struggling for Relevance in Cuba: Close, Still No Cigars

Our current administration is perceived as irrelevant, at best, in Cuba 2008and the message is falling on deaf ears there. If the administration really wanted to extend the hand of friendship, they would allow the American people the freedom to act as their own ambassadors through trade and travel. Considering the lack of success government has had in engendering friendship with Cuba , it is time for government to get out of the way and let the people reach out.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

All Western Washington Rally for Ron Paul is On!!!!

Its on! Today I submitted the application for a Park Use Permit to conduct an All Western Washington Rally for Ron Paul for President in Victor Steinbrueck Park, adjacent to the Pike Place Market in Downtown Seattle from Noon to 2pm on Saturday, November 10, 2007. We are making arrangements for a PA system, and are looking into speakers for the event.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul & The US Military

 


October 29, 2007 Permalink

Washington Post traffic goes up when they write Ron Paul articles

Media outlets have been slowly back tracking from apparently inaccurate polls that have been saying for months that Ron Paul’s support is only at 1% and are starting to change polling data to reflect reality. A new poll in New Hampshire shows Paul at 7.4%. Paul’s campaign if it wins New Hampshire may prove media generated polls to be obsolete or at best a useless and lagging indicator.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul keeps gaining in polls, may perform well in California

Dr. Paul’s campaign message veers drastically from his GOP counterparts: Dr. Paul wants to withdraw troops from Iraq, conduct a non-interventionist foreign policy, protect civil liberties and is opposed to an unconstitutional police state, is for border security and reforming the monetary system by authorizing competing currencies.
Most interesting is his call for an end to federal income taxes - USA Daily contends it is gaining ground among GOP primary voters.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul to star on the Tonight Show

Paul is starting to get covered by traditional media outlets because he usa dailyhas raised money and has attracted strong support by getting his message out via the internet.
The appearance on Leno will give the candidate an opportunity to present his message to a broader audience.
At the same time it represents a slight shift in that traditional media may not be entirely driving the agenda anymore, and in this case is following the trend created on the internet.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Jim Rogers Endorses Ron Paul!

Jim recently endorsed Ron Paul in a video interview with the Financial daily paulTimes. In this excellent interview on the Financial Times website, he says that Ron Paul "is the only one I've seen in American politics that seems to have a clue with what's going on in the world..."
October 29, 2007 Permalink

November 5th is your chance to make Shock Waves

 


October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Goes Positive with New Hampshire TV Ads

What will be interesting to watch next is how the ads will be received by his opponents' supporters. Will they go negative on him? Will he be ignored? Already, the hard core neo-con bloggers are doing their best to dig up dirt on him. But even more important will be to see if these ads give Dr. Paul a bump in the polls in New Hampshire. If they do, we could have a whole new ballgame.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Paul rally draws hundreds

During his half hour speech, Paul generated roars of approval when he said the government should end the war in Iraq and bring the troops home.
They were equally enthusiastic when he said young people should be allowed to withdraw from the Social Security program and the nation should get rid of the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Reserve. Christine Wilson, one of a group of Paul supporters from Denver, said her research convinced her Paul is the best candidate for president.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Should Christians vote for Ron Paul?

My goal with this article is to shine a light on Ron Paul’s beliefs and to show why, of all of the candidates running for president, his views line up most accurately with Christian principles and the Christian world view. I am going to list my top 5 issues that relate to the Christian world view, broken down into two blog posts as it would be quite a long post if I did it all at once.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

George Will: McCain is 'yesterday's maverick' compared to Ron Paul

"Ron Paul is actually a true conservative," commented Will's fellow rawstorypanelist, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman. "He wants to eliminate Social Security. He want to go back on the gold standard. He's the real thing."
The panelists then discussed Rudy Giuliani's declaration that he is a Boston Red Sox fan, and whether it means he is committing treason against the Yankees in an attempt to pander to New Hampshire primary voters.
"It doesn't matter, though," concluded Krugman. "Everyone in New York hates Rudy. That's a place he doesn't need to shore up his base because he doesn't have one."
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul is Winning

A colleague of mine at Ramapo College said he saw Ron Paul signs usa daily“everywhere” when he was in the Granite State recently. The “yard sign” indicator may be a better predictor of a candidate’s real strength than an establishment presidential poll. And by winning the intellectual debate on Iraq, civil liberties, taxes, government spending, regulation, the Federal Reserve, immigration, and other issues, the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign may be on the verge of winning the GOP nomination as well.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Paul favors shift in foreign policy

Carol Wagner of Fort Collins, Colo., said that she came to hear Paul speak because she believes in what he has to say.
"He's (Paul) the only one that sticks to the Constitution and I think he's the last hope for our country," Wagner said.
"People want change. People are tired of what's going on."
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Is San Francisco Ron Paul territory?

Harvey H. Hukari, a longtime Republican strategist in San Francisco unaligned with a presidential campaign, said the Paul volunteers seemed to be on the right track for pulling a possible upset in the district, despite potential weaknesses.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

mp3AUDIO: Ron Paul Arab American Institute Speech Dearborn Michigan

 

 

October 29, 2007 Permalink

Rep. Ron Paul on Tonight Show with Jay Leno - October 30th!

It’s finally happening and none-to-soon. With all the hype that Wantabee AKA Huckabee has been getting with some on the religious right, this is going to be an important engagement for Dr. Paul.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Believes in a Strong National Defense

Because of his opposition to the various wars that America has free market news networkembarked upon overseas, Ron Paul is seen by those opposing him as “weak” on military and perhaps an “appeaser.” Nothing could be further from the truth, say Ron Paul supporters. His position remains constant and, as reported by the Baltimore Sun, involves both the “carrot and the stick.” The Sun reported him as saying the following: "We should have a strong national defense but not be so frightened that we're afraid to talk to people."
October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Vs. Rudy Giuliani. The difference between being educated and trying to make the public think you are.

Recently, my brother, my cousin, and I, who are all Ron Paul supporters for the 2008 Republican Presidential Primary, made some videos in support of our man. We went with the Mac vs. PC advertising campaign and made spoofs loosely based on that concept.
October 29, 2007 Permalink

AUDIO: Ron Paul WHO Radio Jan Mikelson interview Q&A Iowa

MP3Broken Window Anology. Ron Paul comments on Guiliani/Keynesian remarks and Luntz/FOX bias.
Courtesy of Ron Paul Audio.

 


October 29, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul : Free Your Mind


October 28, 2007 Permalink

Candidates court Arab-American vote during conference

DEARBORN -- Arab-Americans said Sunday they are feeling estranged from the Republican presidential field because the GOP's policies are hostile to them, and just one candidate, dark horse Ron Paul, attended their three-day national leadership convention.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

My Dream Ron Paul Commercial

People like to get involved in causes that they think other people are LEWROCKWELL BLOGsupporting. With that in mind, this is the Ron Paul commercial I would do. (Everything below, including Ron Paul's own "I'm Ron Paul and I approved this message" can fit into a 30-second ad.)
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Will Save Our Civil Liberties

In any country that has allowed the government to arrest people secretly, to imprison them without trial, to torture them for information, to spy on them without safeguards, or to search their homes and effects without a warrant, those powers have invariably been abused. When the government can decide who deserves civil liberties protections and who does not, no one is safe, least of all those who would criticize the government for its actions.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Fox News hocus pocus "focus" groups EXPOSED

Fox News was up to it's old tricks again last week when during the Republican Debates they checked in with their "focus group". This group, we were led to believe, was your basic everyday undecided Republican voter. Interestingly the guy pictured above, went out of his way to call Ron Paul "certifiably insane".
The Ron Paul thorn must be festering as the GOP media machine ups it's efforts to marginalize through the use of dishonest "journalism".
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's First Action as President

 


October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul TV ad touts his record, promises immediate withdrawal from Iraq

Paul is unique among political candidate in that he doesn’t have to run usa dailyfrom his record, his opponents do. Even those that disagree with the Texas Congressman wouldn’t dare to challenge his record or whether he’ll do what he says he will.
Ron Paul has been promoting a non interventionist foreign policy and arguing against expanding the Iraq war into Iran and has stated that we need to prevent a new Cold War with Russia.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Will Ron Paul's Ideas Click with New Hampshire Voters?

The value of a full range of ideas being heard is that truth extended (as during a debate or election speech) resonates with the same truth deep inside listeners(see The Spiritual Basis of Liberty), so now it's not the Clinton or Giuliani machine against some old eccentric named Ron Paul. It becomes a campaign between truth and insanity.
Now here is an important principle which freedom-lovers must keep ever in mind: truth always wins in the long run ... even if it cannot overcome a particular political machine in a particular election.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

GOP State Leaders Are Beginning to Take Ron Paul Seriously

And it’s about time. Reading this article at the Houston Chronicle quickly gave me the impression that it’s not just the media who are starting to take Ron Paul more seriously; in fact, the media are way behind those active in politics. GOP state leaders and activists seem to take Paul quite seriously.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul TV Ad: #2 for New Hampshire

 


October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Money Bomb To Strike Fear In GOP Nov 5th

This is more opinion than fact, but i can not help but wonder if the november 5th money bomb will strike fear in the hearts of the GOP. There are several reasons that i think this will happen and i will try to explain my reasoning for my thoughts.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Paul wants to limit government on taxes, foreign policy

Paul said his ideas to refer back to the foundation of the country were ideal because of the Constitution's role as a regulator of the government instead of the citizens.
"The government has grown out of control. It's nothing that the founding fathers intended," Paul said. "They intended to give us a document with separations of power where the powers of government would watch each other. It wasn't to deal with you as an individual. It was never meant to restrain you."
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Legalize Freedom - Vote Ron Paul! NYC Loves Ron Paul

 


October 28, 2007 Permalink

Republican Leaders Fret: What To Do About the "Ron Paul Problem"

This made his puppet masters afraid of his popularity and they made the decision to quash his success by attempting to falsely accuse him of improprieties. They were aided by their ability to control the media. The great scene where Jefferson filibusters the Senate while being harassed and smeared by his opponents from all sides, this is where the Ron Paul situation comes to mind.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul probably received more contributions than Fred Thompson in 32 states.

During the first three quarters of 2007, Ron Paul reported more itemized daily paulcontributions (donations exceeding $200) than Fred Thompson in 28 states. (Thompson did not report any contributions in the first two quarters.)
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul may quickly go from cellar dweller to Republican frontrunner

Paul’s campaign message of withdrawing troops from Iraq, a non USA DAILYinterventionist foreign policy, civil liberties and opposition to an unconstitutional police state, border security, reforming the monetary system by authorizing competing currencies, and his call for an end to federal income taxes are gaining ground among GOP primary voters. Paul’s campaign continues to have a non polarizing and uniting influence, drawing a diverse selection of supporters. Paul is one of only four Republican Congressman to have endorsed Ronald Reagan over Gerald Ford in his failed 1976 run at the Whitehouse.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul at American University

 


October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Set To Use Radio And TV In Presidential Campaign Bigtime

If some “mainstream” Republicans in debates and on conservative websites have felt that Rep. Ron Paul is an unwelcome thorn in their side with his views that on many issues don’t skewer towards the present GOP establishment, they will be displeased by the following news:
Ron Paul’s campaign is gearing up to be a notable and persistence presence on radio and TV in early primary states by boosting broadcast ads and its fund raising drive. Translate that into: it the ads boost his numbers, it’ll be harder to dismiss him as a voice, harder for him to be as marginalized by editors assigning busy reporters to a daily assignment must-do-list, and it could increase his appeal among young supporters:
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Bumper Sticker Madness Begins

 

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U.S. Military “forced” to vote Ron Paul

As a Congressman, Ron Paul has championed the Constitution. Electing Ron Paul ensures the defence of the Constitution. So, would you give your life, donate your arms, or one of your legs to ensure Ron Paul becomes President? Thankfully there are other citizens who volunteer for those possibilities within their respective duties. You need to focus on the war of ideologies that Ron Paul is leading.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul to Appear on "The View"

About an hour ago at the formal reception for Dr. Paul following the Iowa GOP dinner he announced that he was going to be on "The View".
October 28, 2007 Permalink

No Mystery As To Why Young Americans Love Ron Paul

"What most people don't hear that the younger people hear and see huntington newsvery clearly is their forced participation. The current troop deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan have been there far beyond the prescribed tours of duty, and our military has been spread so thin that we are virtually guarding Iraq while America goes unprotected. This cannot continue on a volunteer basis. The young of our country see a mandatory draft in their future to fight in a war they don't even want. These young people are supporting Ron Paul in droves. They do not want a new Vietnam or continued Afghanistan, Iraq, and Iran for their generation."
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Benefitting From A Boomer Backlash

In Obama, young voters see the same uninspiring corporate driven slogans they see in the campaigns of Romney, Clinton, Edwards and Giuliani. But in Ron Paul they sense something quite different: authenticity. Authenticity that can now be verified by the tools this wireless generation created to cipher through the bullshit: MySpace, YouTube, the blogosphere, etc. Though these tools don’t synch with the polling results of Spin Alley, they do reflect the true pulse of American youth.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Can Christans Really Be "Christians" and Not Vote For RON PAUL?

The Bible states that a Tree is Known by it's fruit. Have you, as a "Christian" Let your fruit fall from your tree, roll down the hill and rot By Voting for non christian actions in Government? Lets see ...
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Set for Jay Leno

What this shows is that the mainstream is starting to sit up and ask, Who is Ron Paul? The people are curious and now the big talk shows are responding. Of course, the Daily Show and the Colbert Report already had him on, but they are always cutting edge. Now, the regular Joe will have a chance to hear more than a thirty second blurb from Ron Paul, which is really exciting. Hopefully, people will begin to see that Ron Paul is anything but a fringe candidate. In fact, he is probably the least fringe of them all. He has a very simple message and plan: just follow the Constitution. That's it.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Fundraising - Military Personnel Want Us Out of Iraq

If you were to look at the latest fundraising numbers for the second quarter of 2007, you would see that military personnel donated to the Ron Paul campaign in the largest number.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Paul for president

This country’s independence is being threatened by accelerating currency debasement, runaway inflation and the loss of the dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency, all results of our profligate spending and monetary policies. The middle class is being systematically dismantled. Our freedoms are threatened by the militaristic corporatocracy currently in power that is trying to make itself permanent before the next election.
I don’t agree with Congressman Paul on all issues, and probably neither will you. But I can put aside my difference on the smaller issues so that we can address the life-threatening ones.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul on US Foreign Policy: "Our empire is costing us"

 


October 28, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Trumps Abortion

The future existence of our country is whats at stake, to me, when comparing whether or not the President of our country favors abortion, vs. our future existence, I will not pick abortion. Every leader in the Democratic Party, including Barak Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards are in favor of socialism. Read Mein Kampf if you don't believe me. Democrats believe we can't wisely run our own lives or spend our own money.. They believe that since they are so much smarter than the average American, it is only right for them to reach into our pockets and spend our money for us.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Paul 'Steps up' in New Hampshire

The number of signs on private property is a key indicator of a nhinsidercampaign's true strength, Dupre told students. "You see Ron Paul signs on people's property," he observed. "You don't see Fred Thompson signs."
Paul supporters were optimistic even before these most recent poll results were announced, with some drawing comparisons to Pat Buchanan's upset victory in New Hampshire's 1996 primary.
State Representative Paul Ingbretson has endorsed Paul and is bullish on his chances. The Haverhill Republican said a 2nd or 3rd place finish in New Hampshire would energize the campaign nationwide, but he dares to hope voters will make Paul a New Hampshire winner. "I think what happened with Pat Buchanan is even more likely to happen now," he said.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

First TV Ad - Please read

I have a request and that is that you stop calling the campaign with dpyour complaints. I have offered to work with them on the critique. This is not set in stone, and can be redone. These are real supporters, not actors. I know most of them - they are my friends and are great people, some of them in important positions in NH.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Straw Polls vs “Real” Polls

Ron Paul has been dominating the straw polls for months. Many in the media have decried these victories as false indicators claiming they do not represent the actual views of the American population. This has become so extreme that many polls have been removed from websites after Paul has demonstrated an overwhelming victory to hide the results.
October 28, 2007 Permalink

Atlanta's Ron Paul Rockfest Raises $3,245.25!

Great job to the guys & gals of Atlanta! Here is the first video from the event:
October 28, 2007 Permalink

RON PAUL Message to Meet-Up Groups

 


October 27, 2007 Permalink

One Reason Ron Paul is Perfect

Because Ron Paul will say “no” to both sides. He will say “no” to the Republicans who would rule the world and he will say “no” to the Democrats who would rule our lives.
October 27, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul TV Ad: "Catching On"

This ad is meant to introduce Ron Paul to the general public. A few would argue that it is bad and the supporter made ads are better. Please note however that the sleeping masses need an introduction to Ron Paul first before waking them up on his constitutionally correct positions.
Ron Paul faithful are used to seeing emotionaly charged YouTube videos. These are not always the best for a first introduction to the public.


October 27, 2007 Permalink

Good Ron Paul News in Dearborn

Paul's speech, heavy on talk of spending less, beginning to pay down lewrockwell blogthe national debt and halting intervention in 'the business of other nations,' was frequently interrupted by applause and greeted with a standing ovation by about 300 people gathered at the conference in the Double Tree Hotel."
October 27, 2007 Permalink

Pat Buchanan's website openly endorses Ron Paul

In a huge positive development, Linda Muller, the lady who ran Pat Buchanan's website through two presidential campaign, and is currently running the buchanan.org website, has posted the "Ron Paul: A New Hope" video on the Pat Buchanan website. This is an open and strong endorsement for Ron Paul for president.
October 27, 2007 Permalink

The choice is simple: Ron Paul or the end of the US as we know it

He means the WHOLE COUNTRY is mortgaged. We already owe $9 product reviewsTRILLION to the banks and to foreign countries. And that says nothing about the $50 trillion in unfunded liabilities of our “entitlement” programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, etc. In short, the government of the US in now in debt by more than the total wealth of the country. We owe more than we are able to pay. We are bankrupt. And still the idiots in Washington borrow billions every day to pay for a war we cannot win. This is insanity. Only Ron Paul wants to put an end to the madness and get the country back on a sound financial footing. The choice is simple. Ron Paul or the end of the US as we know it. There are no other options.
October 27, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul and the courteous Texans over at Lone Star Times.

I thought it was interesting that Stormfront.com’s Don Black also endorsed George Bush for President back in 2004. I don’t recall the LST asking fellow Texan George W. Bush to publicly denounce white racist groups and give any of their donations to Jewish charities. David Benzion of LST posted in the comments sections of their article for any Ron Paul supporters to “Think clearly, communicate carefully, and we will be fair-minded in judging your motivations and the strength of your intellectual arguments.” To David Benzion I have to say this: GET A LIFE! Your article and investigation is a joke that does little more than show the extent of your political leanings. Who made David Benzion the judge and jury for American voters?
October 27, 2007 Permalink

RON PAUL BANNED: Right Wing Neo-Con Resistance To Ron Paul

MSNBC Tucker Carlson gets is wrong. Has he turned on Paul? He falsely states Ron Paul would ban abortion. Listen..


October 27, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Crossing the Chasm

I believe the freedom movement should now be focusing their efforts in lewrockwellmoving liberty-minded celebrities and luminaries (both national and local) to start aggressively speaking out on behalf of Dr. Paul and the message of freedom. At this juncture, these endorsements would go a long way towards providing the rocket fuel that would aid the polls further in moving in the right direction.
October 27, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's candidacy enchants the unenchanted

I have been an independent voter for about 20 years and have become kennebec journaldisenchanted with politicians. I do vote, but I have never gotten excited about a candidate, until now.
After listening to Ron Paul in a televised debate and meeting him in Manchester, N.H., I got very excited. He would bring all our troops home from around the world and save almost a trillion dollars.
October 27, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul's campaign takes to the airwaves

Officials with Paul's campaign acknowledge they have an uphill battle, houston chroniclebut say they plan to broaden his support with an advertising campaign that includes $1.1 million in television spots that begin airing Monday in New Hampshire.
Campaign spokesman Jesse Benton said the purpose of the ads was to "give people a full picture of who Ron Paul is. The war is a component, but there is a heck of a lot more, too."
The television spots feature people in New Hampshire talking about Paul's stands, including bringing troops home from Iraq. The ad also includes biographical material, emphasizing that obstetrician Paul is the only doctor in the race, said Benton.
October 2, 2007 Permalink

Is Ron Paul the real deal?

The notion that Paul’s supporters are more ardent has even been presented as a criticism. Why isn’t a candidate who energizes his base at a higher level than others newsworthy ? Here’s a novel concept: Maybe the reason Paul is trouncing the “serious” Republican contenders in debates is—his ideas. Or more accurately, his fidelity to the Founders’ ideas. This physician, congressman and presidential candidate is a man after the Founders’ own hearts.
Some ridicule Paul as a radical because he honestly, literally believes we should reduce and restore federal government as envisioned and outlined in the Constitution.
October 2, 2007 Permalink

ANNOUNCING - The Ron Paul Sign Contest!

To celebrate the debut of the Ron Paul Sign Pagesign contest, the Ron Paul Meetup group of Portland, Oregon, is happy to announce the RON PAUL SIGN CONTEST !!!

Win REAL money -- stacks of Ron Paul silver dollars! Just submit one of the three best ideas for messages to be placed on signs made by 'Paulunteers' in support of Dr. Paul. For
more information, see:

Just imagine -- our nationwide Ron Paul rallies and 'Banner Brigades' featuring signs like:

  • "Dr. Ron Paul Cured My Apathy,"
  • "No WMD? Ron Paul told CONGRESS in 2002,"
  • or other ideas from YOU

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 8PM ET (5PM PT), Thursday, November 8th. (Sign ideas posted before October 22nd are ineligible for prize money.)

With visions of creative Ron Paul signs 'from sea to shining sea,' the Portland Meetup group developed the Ron Paul Sign Page. As a categorized master list of sign ideas, the page will grow as a national resource consisting of sign suggestions submitted by Paulunteers everywhere. With this resource, you can now easily acquire great sign ideas that will ELECTRIFY your own 'Banner Brigades' -- just pick whichever messages resonate with YOUR local 'target market'!

PLEASE forward this page to other Ron Paul supporters, and post a notice on your favorite blog or message board. And if you host your own Web site, please consider adding the Sign Page Logo with an embedded link to the page.

In Peace, Liberty, & Good Fun!

Scott G. Sutton
Co-Organizer - Portland Ron Paul Meetup
OregoniansForRonPaul.com
ValueFreedom.blogspot.com
October 27, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul in the news North Carolina

 


October 26, 2007 Permalink

Why Ron Paul Will Be Our Next President

I could spend a week talking about the many shortcomings of the handful of GOP hopefuls, but there are more pressing issues. At the end of the day, each of them are on a path, not just for defeat, but for an absolute national upset. After factoring in all of the variables with mathematical precision, Congressman Ron Paul from Texas is on his to deliver a shock to the nation. Ron Paul is the perfect storm of "dark horse" candidates... let's look at the figues.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Taking Ron Paul Seriously In New Hampshire

For the longest time, many journalists, myself included, did not take Ron the atlanticPaul seriously. It wasn't that his politics -- a combination of libertarian constitutionalism and social conservatism -- were unusual. It was, principally, that he was anti-war in a party where that view dare not express itself.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Political Briefs: Ron Paul Ad Blitz in New Hampshire, Fred Thompson "Lazy" and More...

“It’s striking to me that he’s at 7 percent without running a single TV ad in New Hampshire,” commented Dante J. Scala, an associate professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire. “If he starts to attract significant support among independents, then he could start to hurt Giuliani or McCain.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul’s campaign ready to invade New Hampshire

If Paul’s television ads are as direct as his radio ad it could have a devastating impact on Giuliani, Romney, McCain, and Thompson.
usa dailyThe radio spot criticizes candidates that supported ‘amnesty for illegal aliens’ ‘out of control spending’ ‘nation building overseas’ and states that those policies were Bill Clinton’s.
It also states that Ron Paul never voted for a tax increase or unbalanced budget, voted against amnesty for illegal aliens, and voted against nation building over seas.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

PAUL’S AD PUSH

On the heels of a St. Anselm College poll showing Ron Paul in fourth msnbcplace with 7 percent in New Hampshire, the candidate is starting to spend some of those millions he’s raised with radio ads and an upcoming TV ad. But Paul is also stepping up efforts in direct mail. The campaign put together a 12-page biographical pamphlet being mailed out in New Hampshire.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Rant

Another lifelong Democrat supports Ron Paul and a message to all Democrats.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Me and the other twenty-five percent

As the National Republican Congressional Committee noted in its memo techrepublicanafter a much closer than expected race in Massachusetts earlier this month, 2008 is going to be a "change" election. And right now, Ron Paul represents "change" more than any candidate. It is important for Republicans to understand how he's delivering that message, and not to dismiss it simply as the rantings of crazy people.
As I blogged in my original post on the matter, I feel that Redstate plays a strong, iconic role in the conservative blogosphere. For many, Redstate is the conservative blogosphere. By shutting off all Ron Paul comments/discussions they sent a very loud signal to all Ron Paul supporters -- even those that aren't crazy blog commenters and spammers -- that they were excluded from the discussion and were not wanted in the Republican Party.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Hillary Supporters Vs Ron Paul Supporters - Who Wins?

HERE ARE “SIGNED UP” VOLUNTEERS WITH NO SPIRIT AND WHO ARE DOING WHAT THEY ARE TOLD AND WHO ARENT EVEN SURE WHO THEY ARE WORKING FOR
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Paul Mails 12-Page Pamphlet To Granite State Republicans

A day after a new Granite State poll shows Ron Paul beating Fred Thompson, "New Hampshire Presidential Watch" has received a copy of the new pamphlet that Texas Congressman Ron Paul campaign is sending out to all Republicans in the state. Each page is devoted to a different topic and features titles such as "Hard Work and Strong Families-Hope for America," and "A True Friend of Freedom." The mailing comes at the same time that Ron Paul will spend $1 million on five New Hampshire television commercials.P9

P5October 26, 2007 Permalink

The only "Man from Hope" is Ron Paul

Word is, Huckabee has hired 260 bloggers and is trying to capture the DAILY PAULsame internet success as Ron Paul. Therefore, I thought we should compare and contrast him to Ron. Along with articles such as the one about the global warming cap, here is another that should enlighten some.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Great TV Ad for Ron Paul!

Hat tip to LewRockwell
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul May Very Well Win New Hampshire (Update)

Driving from my grandparents house in Maine for the weekly Saturday night feast, which I miss more than I should, I sometimes pass through Somersworth. Did I mention that when I do this it is only to see the support for Ron Paul grow? Some stretches of the main road you see one Ron Paul sign for every five houses.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Paul To Air First New Hampshire Ads

Though the campaign isn't releasing the first ad until Monday, Paul cbsspokesman Jesse Benton described it to CBS News: "We set up some man on the street interviews with New Hampshire citizens, and we film them talking about Ron and why they like him, why he's appealing," he said.
The first spot will be followed by "some commercials with Ron himself talking about his positions," says Benton. As the New York Times notes, the campaign has purchased airtime for six weeks for its five new commercials, at a cost of $1.1 million.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

RON PAUL REVOLUTION: a liberal re-thinks Ron Paul

Ron Paul's American Freedom Agenda Act.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Hillary Clinton versus Ron Paul?

Why? Because not only is he the only Republican in the contest who is against unnecessary and unconstitutional wars overseas, but because he actually follows the constitution. Young people eagerly support him and much of his support, perhaps as much as 70%, comes from the 20-30 age demographic. They are afraid for the future of this country and that they will have to give more and more of their money to the federal government to manage for them.
And if the dowdy Mrs. Clinton (or is it Rodham-Clinton; so hard to keep track) is elected, then that is exactly what will happen. She wants to institute socialized healthcare dubbed Hillary-Care, based on solid Marxist –Leninist principles to redistribute wealth, and institutionalize central planning and control.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul: GOP Needs To Change

CBSNews.com: You and Rudy Giuliani, in particular, seem to get into cbsthese tussles in Republican debates. Is there any chance you could support him if he were the Republican nominee based on the policy positions he has taken thus far?
Ron Paul: Well, if he became a civil libertarian and rejected the Patriot Act and decided that we ought to bring the troops home from Iraq, yeah, I would consider it.
CBSNews.com: And do you think there is any chance of that happening? Ron Paul: Not much.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul 'revolution' sees support

"This is a social movement," Palisano said. "It's not just here in the States, it's all over the world. People are tired of big government and all the intrusiveness. We just want to enjoy our lives."
Palisano is involved in what he says is a spontaneous, grass-roots effort supporting Paul, whose name will appear first on the Missouri Republican presidential preference primary ballot.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

A War of Words: The RedState Decision to Ban Ron Paul Discussion

And of course, these newcomers haven’t earned any respect. You can’t american chronicalrespect someone merely for being human. Humans can’t have valid opinions when they first sign up for a blog such as RedState, at least not about Ron Paul. People coming into such a blog can’t come into it with some sort of preconceived ideas that they’ve developed simply by living in the real world. Oh no, they have to be exposed to the blog’s indoctrination period of six months. They have to show that they can submit to the blog’s propaganda for that period of time so that they can show they have the ability to think like those already on the blog before they can talk about Ron Paul. But, again, it’s RedState’s blog and it’s obviously much more comfortable for those using it to think that everyone believes as they do.
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Supporters Sell Goods on eBay to Back Nov 5 'Money Bomb'

FMNN recently reported that the upcoming November 5 2007 Ron Paul fmnn“money bomb” had only received about 10,000 formal pledges out of the 100,000 it needed (see related story). But supporters of presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-Tex) apparently believe that resourcefulness will trump any temporary lack of funds. In fact, FMNN feedbacker Parke emphasizes that backers of the presidential race's only Jeffersonian conservative are increasingly turning to EBay and putting items up for sale with the tag “RP08.”
October 26, 2007 Permalink

Flush With New Millions, Underdog Vies to Compete

In the last two weeks, Mr. Paul — a Republican presidential candidate — nythas spent nearly a half-million dollars on radio advertisements in four early primary states, the first major media investment of his campaign. On Tuesday night, he will take a seat opposite Jay Leno.
And on Monday, a campaign spokesman said, he will roll out his first major television advertising campaign, spending $1.1 million on five new commercials to be shown in the New Hampshire market for the next six weeks. (In contrast, Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and a rival for the Republican nomination, has yet to commit to any spending for television advertisements.)
October 26, 2007 Permalink

If You Live In Delaware Today is The Day

f you live in Delaware and don’t take action today, you may NOT be able to vote for Ron Paul. It is easy to register as a Republican in Delaware, you can even do it online. However, you will have to print and mail in the registration and the mailing has to be received on or before October 31. This means you have to mail that paperwork TODAY.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Gaining Momentum in New Hampshire

The new figure shows that Congressman Paul is gaining momentum in ron paul 2008key primary states, up from the 5 percent Gallup Poll estimate on October 17! Recent poll results from Rasmussen Reports indicate that number could be much higher nationwide.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Rep. Ron Paul plans ad blitz, personal appearances in N.H.

Starting Monday, Paul will begin a $1.1 million television advertising the hillcampaign in New Hampshire, according to his aides. He has also planned four trips to the state in November, as well as an 11-day visit in December, anticipating that Secretary of State Bill Gardner may move the primary before Christmas.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Resident fights for his right to display campaign sign

When Chandler first discovered Paul, who is also a congressman from Texas’ 14th district, he spent the entire day on the internet reading about him and watching debates Paul participated in. Initially it was Paul’s stance on the war in Iraq, which is essentially “get out now,” that attracted Chandler.
“For the first time in my life – I’m 36 – I’m seeing an honest politician,” Chandler said.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

An Open Letter to Christians regarding Decision 2008

Congressman Ron Paul stands alone among the current presidential contenders in opposition to the authoritarian agenda. Where so many other politicans have paid lip-service to Christian, liberty-friendly values while on the campaign trail, only to betray those ideals once elected, Congressman Paul has established a firm reputation as a statesman and a man of the highest personal integrity, one who refuses to compromise our liberties and the Constitution that enshrines them, and who actually lives by the values he claims to cherish. Not since Ronald Reagan have we been presented with a candidate for president would restore respect for constitutional rule in Washington and would protect the values that Christians hold dearest.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Paul Camp: War Price Tag Doesn't Deter Mitt

On Thursday, Mitt Romney called for a “bombardment” of Iran, action nhpolssure to be add to the mounting cost of war in the Middle East. To date, the United States has spent approximately $604 billion on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan alone, and over 4,000 American lives have been lost. The Bush Administration originally touted a $50 billion price tag, but the cost of war has risen to more than ten times that cost—and Congressman Paul is the only Republican presidential candidate speaking out against it.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul RIGHT NOW! Nov. 5th

 


October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Does Not Accept Donations from Corporations

Ron Paul is a very humble man and will not brag about how he raised the $5 million this quarter. Gino Casternovia, a close personal friend, sent Ron a check for $1000 from a corporation he works for. Ron Paul returned the money with a letter stating he does not accept donations from corporations. Did you get that?
October 25, 2007 Permalink

VIDEO: Ron Paul Files in Concord, New Hampshire

Insightful interview from his filing in New Hampshire
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Why Drivers Support Ron Paul for President

Truck drivers are all about freedom: the freedom of the road, the freedom of being paid for performance, and the freedom that we enjoy as Americans.
Because of this love of freedom inherent in every one of us, we drivers naturally gravitate towards candidates who promote and believe in freedom. Of all of the candidates running for President in 2008, Ron Paul is the only one who truly believes in and fights for our freedom.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul is the only candidate pledging real money to California fires

Conclusion: Ron Paul is the only one actually donating to help the people, while other candidates who raised more money than him are only offering empty rhetoric and a link.
Support a real candidate who actually cares about the people, instead of just offering empty rhetoric http://www.ronpaul2008.com/
October 25, 2007 Permalink

AUDIO: Ron Paul interviewed on Adam Curry's Daily Source Code

mp3Very clear interview where Ron Paul eloborates on some of his main positions. Adam does a half hour long interview covering the Constitution, Republic vs Democracy, Roe vs Wade, The Second Amendment, 9/11 etc.

Adam Curry completely endorses Ron Paul.


October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul’s inclusive message attracting African American voters

If the polls are accurate it could mean that Ron Paul’s message that usa daily‘Freedom unites people’ is working. Paul’s uncompromising defense of the Bill of Rights is making him a Civil Rights leader in his own right.
The poll, if accurate, could also mean that Ron Paul’s message of ‘repealing the police state’ is resonating with African American voters.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Jim Forsythe Takes Up Politics for Ron Paul

"I'm a long time conservative and belive in limited government. nhpolsRepublicans in Congress have failed to do this. [Paul's] voting record was consistent, no on increased spending, no on increased taxes. ... He was in a farm district and said he wouldn't vote for farm subsidies and he still got himself elected.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul to Follow Appearance on Tonight Show with Jay Leno with Fundraiser

Ron Paul is scheduled to make an appearance on the Tonight Show with transworldJay Leno on Tuesday, October 30 and after taping the Republican presidential hopeful will hold a fundraiser at a private residence in the Hollywood Hills.
There are some talks that have suggested that Paul would like to parlay his late night appearance on Jay Leno into a spot on a day-time program that would further bolster his appeal and name recognition.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul vs. Hillary Clinton

Over at the USA Election Polls site, analyzing what they say is raw Rasmussen data from a 1,200 voter poll conducted in mid-October, they find that what some Ron Paul supporters have crowed seems to be true: Ron Paul can beat Hillary where Fred Thompson, at least, can't. Or at least "beat" in terms of "not get trounced quite as badly."
Sure, overall she is seen beating Ron Paul 48-38--but beating Thompson even more, by 52-37. And in both the 30-39 and 40-49 year old age groups, this poll shows Paul getting higher vote percentages in a one-on-one against Hillary than even Rudy Giuliani.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Rockfest on www.ronpaulradio.com Oct. 25th 7pm

Listen Live Tonight at www.ronpaulradio.com.
rockfestJoin us tonight for a special live event on www.ronpaulradio.com to raise money for the Ron Paul Revolution:
20 bands playing live starting at 7pm eastern in Atlanta, Ga. at Smiths Olde Bar. Your host Tangoland will be covering the event talking with supporters and blasting it out with everyone around the world.
Atlanta, GA (October 15, 2007) The thinkLIBERTARIAN.com sponsored Ron Paul Rockfest, a fund raiser for presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul (www.ronpaul2008.com), has officially announced the completed 20-performer line-up and set schedule for the event. The political Rock ‘n’ roll fundraiser will be hosted at Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta, GA on Thursday, October 25, 2007.
October 25, 2007 Permalink

Ron Paul Radio Spot all over Sirius Satellite Radio

The campaign apparently just bought a bunch of advertising time on Sirius. I heard the ad once last night on Fox News (during Brit Hume) and 3 times within a half hour this morning! (I always flip through the news channels on my drive to work) This morning it was on CNBC (during Squawk Box), on Fox News (during Fox and Friends), and on CNN (during American Morning). This was during prime morning drive time. The commericial sounds great...the theme is that the Republicans haven't been keeping their promises and Ron Paul is the real Republican.
October 25, 2007 Permalink