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Ron Paul's Debate Day Money Bomb - May 5th, 2011 - DebateDay.com


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*This money bomb is contingent on Dr. Paul announcing his candidacy for President.

The first nationally televised Republican presidential debate in the 2012 election cycle will be held on May 5, 2011. Because of this, it is imperative to showcase Ron Paul as the leading frontrunner in the race. On May 5, 2011, we will hold an online money bomb in support of Ron Paul for President 2012. A money bomb is a 24-hour fundraising event aimed at dramatically increasing funds for a specific candidate. In November 2007, Ron Paul raised more than $4.2 million in a single day. In December 2007, Ron Paul raised the most money in the history of American politics in a single day, raising more than $6 million; a record that still holds strong to this very day.

Please invite your friends, and tell them that it is essential that we all donate to Ron Paul on May 5, 2011, in preparation for the first nationally televised Republican presidential debate for 2012.

The money bomb will likely be held on Ron Paul's official campaign website, which will be linked here once it is created. For now, please visit LibertyPAC.com, and consider making a donation before the official money bomb.

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Please participate.

Time is short and the situation is critical.

....where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is LIBERTY. 2 Corinthians 3:17(b)

***wants are unlimited, means are scarce...***

Just a few days away...

Let's make sure we remind all RP supporters. Wouldn't it be great if he had a few million raised by the time the debate started?

For the win...
Ron Paul 2012

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- Marine Major General Smedley Butler

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