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Third Party Run? Forget it.

Friends of Liberty!

Truth is Ron Paul would need hundreds of millions of dollars to have a chance as a third party candidate.

Funding is not the only problem.

When Ron Paul quit the race I was campaigning for Ralph Nader and I know from my own experience how hard it is to get attention as a third party candidate.
In some states it's almost impossible to even get on the ballot!

Major media outlets will give you scant coverage...
they will all talk about "don't waste your vote"..."he can't win" and so on.

The system is rotten.

We have a huge opportunity to help Ron Paul win Iowa on January 3rd.
Historic chance.
I often say "Iowa holds a golden key to our Liberty"

Mike Huckabee won it 4 years ago with just 40,000 votes.
Ron Paul can win in a landslide in 9 weeks with 100,000 votes!

Tens of thousands of Iowans use Twitter social network.
My plan is to find ways to reach them and convert them to Dr. Paul's message.
Tomorrow is a test run:


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still not running as a 3rd party candidate

says Ron Paul on another radio interview today (Jack Heath in NH)


good doc will will win Iowa

when we win Iowa -- America will never be the same!

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RP's own fault for not making this a definite yes or no.

He could very, very easily do it in a statement, via Texas Straight Talk, or simply a statement on this ANYWHERE on record.

If he does not, it only invites every MSM interview to end with "huhuhuh hey you gonna run 3rd party?? huhuhuh"

If an interviewer were to still ask him this, he could just say "refer to my statement on such-and-such-date and bam bye-bye interviewer.

"no plans to do that" was RP's answer to Lou Dobbs'

question about a 3rd party run.

Interview here: