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What Should I Say to Ron Paul When I Meet Him?!

SO Ron Paul is heading to Tallahassee next Thursday and will be at a 3:30 at Barnes and Noble and I plan to by his new book and get him to sign it.

Now these book signings are a 1 minute deal where you may have 30 seconds or less to say what you want to the signer and then it is the next guy's turn.

I am having a hard time thinking of what to say. Something about him running for president, the fall of the dollar, whether he needs someone to be his personal assistant (ME).

Any ideas on what to say ladies and gents? This is my boy Ronnie Paul we are talking about here...

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I hope you do better than I did when I met him

During Rand Paul's run for the Senate, I went to a rally for Rand which headlined Ron Paul and Jim DeMint. I started to go into the room and almost ran into our man. I was so surprised that I said something like "Why, it's you". He is so gracious that he smiled and put out his hand to shake mine. It's a moment I'll never forget. I'm sure you'll think of the right thing to say at the book signing, but the the question about whether or not he reads the Daily Paul would be interesting.

Thank you for all

that you have done for the American people. God Bless You.

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
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A sincere thankyou for working

tirelessly on our behalf. This humble man has touched a lot of lives.


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Ask Ron Paul if he has ever been a visitor to The Daily Paul.

Wow! I hope that his answer will be "Yes, of course. That's where I keep updated on all of the important news."

tell Ron

Run Ron Run.

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Try: Thank you for all you've done

It worked for me. He shook my hand. I didn't wash it for a week. :)

Dr Paul

Dr Paul I would like to thank you for the guidance and direction you have given this country,Now I must ask is there anything I can do for you?

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

"What's up, Doc?" ( It will work better with a carrot in hand).

Good luck!

Just be yourself...

...up to a point. I agree that, "Thank You," is the best thing you can probably say.

Keep in mind, like any person adored by a certain subset of the population, people feel the need to convey strange and odd information...I've seen his staff dealing w/ bizarre stacks of legal looking documents in large folders delivered by even stranger people. I wonder how many times he's recieved "samples of metal" from the Roswell crash!

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Thank you, and

"I love you" (in a manly sort of way)

I was thinking

"Please adopt me"

"A living Constitution is a dead one" -Ron Paul

"Thank You."

"Thank You."

NOTE: I am not advocating violence in any way. The content of the post is for intellectual, theoretical, and philosophical discussion. FEDS, please don't come to my house.

Tell him

The troops are refreshed and ready for battle.
We are waiting for orders from headquarters.

Take off the gloves in the debates, and MAKE some news. STAY in the headlines.

And most importantly tell him....."THANK YOU" !!!

"Hi. Thank you for all you've done

Please run for President--it's your time."
That's what I'd say.

Remind him that his wife said he woud run :)

"If we're in a crisis period and they need someone with the knowledge he has, he would do it." - Ca12ol Paul

At any rate, I totally envy you, Paulio. Enjoy!