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New Ron Paul 2012 Campaign Ad: Believe




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Nice ad

I like the upbeat music.

Great question they pose, who do you believe and trust who will actually make the cuts that are needed?

Tim Maitski
Atlanta real estate agent
Atlanta real estate website

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Awesome! That's the kinda thing we need, drill it home that no matter what the others say, Dr. Paul is the only one that will deliver! Sweet!

The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government ... are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it-Andrew Jackson

I've been waiting to see if

I've been waiting to see if they would employ that repetitive technique, i.e. "Ron Paul," "Ron Paul," spoken by different faces over and over.

(I never saw the ads from the last election cycle though, so pardon me if they did that last time too.)

Would be neat to see a "I am

Would be neat to see a "I am Ron Paul" commercial.

woe my friend

Lets slow down just a little bit. That boarders on blasphemy.

Two things...lol

First of all, I "think" you meant to say "Whoa" versus "Woe", the latter being typically used "Woe unto you..." instead of "Whoa, there (i.e. slow down or stop)!" LOL

Second, he didn't suggest "I am that I am", but simply I am Ron Paul, typical to the ending of EVERY candidate's non-Super PAC ads ("I am Ron Paul, and I approve this message").

I don't think the suggestion therefore comes anywhere close to "blasphemy". Just sayin'....

Two more things

1 I meant woe (I know what it means)

2 was not talking about the "I am Ron Paul" part I was talking about the "I am" in the title. I did not say it was blasphemy I was only warning to be careful.

Don't make to large of an issue out of a simple friendly warning.

An "I am Ron Paul" add wouldn't worry anyone an "I am' add would bring lots of negativity trust me.