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Please view & share: Ron Paul + Ross Perot = The 45th President of the United States

Hey Daily Paulers,

Please view my video challenge to Ross Perot to financially support Ron Paul at the link below. I think it's high-time that we solicit Mr. Perot and few other extremely wealthy individuals to support Ron Paul. Perot cared enough about America to run for office twice and despite the fact that he has faded from the political scene, he's a BILLIONAIRE who could really help our cause! It would be a LANDSLIDE victory if Ron had some actual dollars behind him, so please share this video with others so that a real dialogue about this can get started quickly. Ideas will take this movement very far but we also need some SERIOUS FINANCES to really light the world on fire. I'm certain that none of us have any interest in seeing Ron just be a featured speaker at the Republican National Convention...........We are in this for him to win the general election!!!

Here is the link to my video. Please share with as many people as you can:


Can someone find a way to contact Perot? There has to be a relatively reasonable way to get him to watch this.

Jeremy Richter

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It is rumored that Perot backed Planned Parenthood

Indeed, Perot had a lot of great things to say...and more importantly, he was right on several matters.

But I'd caution comparing Ron Paul to Perot...or anyone for that matter.

I've seen Paul compared to Lincoln, Reagan, Jefferson, Jackson, etc. and all of those men have big flaws.

I don't think we've seen a man like Paul before.

I think what allowed Paul to be the man he is are his faith and success in business. Obviously, he is a moral man. But it really is easier to act morally when you can make your own money as he did as a doctor and investor.

Ron is more aligned with Perot

Rons positions on many issues is more aligned with Perot than any other candidate. I agree, Ross Perot could really do a number for Ron by buying up some ad time in FL.

Preparation through education is less costly than learning through tragedy


Perot Group
2300 W Plano Pkwy
Plano, TX 75075

Perot, Henry Ross
10444 Strait Lane
Dallas, TX 75229-6536

"A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself within" W. Durant

Perot bankrolled Perry

Perot bankrolled Perry instead of Medina

The Media

..had a "field-day" with H.Ross Perot.....

Accused of trying to "buy" the Presidency, with money earned through his computer firm that received much of it's cash from govt contracts.

Dr Paul has strived to maintain an image of being his own man his entire career...both as a Doctor (refused Medicare)
and as a Congressman (doesn't participate in the lucrative pension afforded to the rest; returns office funds to the Treasury every year).

It would not be feasible..And I voted for Perot, posted a campaign sign on my front lawn..loved the guy, but facts are facts.

"Beyond the blackened skyline, beyond the smoky rain, dreams never turned to ashes up until.........
...Everything CHANGED !!

Ross Perot would be a poor choice...

I like Ross but we need someone who can garner support for our Commander In Chief and I don't feel Ross would be of benefit to RP. Now General Wesley Clark would be an excellent VP candidate. The Republican core would respect and trust a General far more than a billionare philanthropist during these dangerouse times. Here is a great vid of the General talking about Foreign policy and he sounds like is in full support of Ron Pauls position. (I know he supported Hillary & ran as a Democrat)

Gen. Wesley Clark - Exposes US Foreign Policy Coup


Westly Clark is a liberal. he

Westly Clark is a liberal. he would be terrible for a VP choice. Clark is a Democrat. All this poster is talking about is getting some big money to come in. Anyone who supports Hitlery has no business being in Ron Pauls cabinet. Exposing US Foreighn Policy group is no reason to give the guy any position in Rons cabinet. Ron will choose those who have been pro Liberty and pro freemarkets all along.


Agree with everything you said. Doesn't matter if it's Perot, we just need some big money. Calling out Perot was just a way of creatively calling attention to the opportunity.

It's funny that Perot's

It's funny that Perot's endorsement would be used to hurt Ron in the media, but Newt Gingrich can get 5 million from a casino boss is still promoted as a defender of virtue...

What are you thoughts on..

...Thaddeus McCarter ?
He did attempt a POTUS run early on.

"Beyond the blackened skyline, beyond the smoky rain, dreams never turned to ashes up until.........
...Everything CHANGED !!

McCotter is a staunch interventionist

Probably not a good choice now

I can't get the video to load

as I think Verizon is doing all they can to slow down my 3g so I will go with the more expensive 4g. But, anyway, I really think Paul would do well to emulate the chart thing that Perot did. Think of how many clueless people would see what he is talking about. This would work for not only the economy in general, but he could show so much on foreign policy with charts too. We have to dumb down stuff for the sheeple ya know. What do you think, but of course, more importantly, I wonder what the Paul campaign thinks?


Jim Rogers likes Ron Paul

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

It might be a good idea, but

as far as I know, Perot said this: "Keep in mind our Constitution predates the Industrial Revolution. Our founders did not know about electricity, the train, telephones, radio, television, automobiles, airplanes, rockets, nuclear weapons, satellites, or space exploration. There's a lot they didn't know about. It would be interesting to see what kind of document they'd draft today. Just keeping it frozen in time won't hack it."

I wouldn't want to hear Ron Paul's answer to this... (ouch)

Also, in 2008 Perot endorsed Mitt Romney, which in my humble opinion doesn't exactly add to his credentials. With Ron Paul gaining a lot of credibilty and 'electability' now after New Hampshire, there could be a chance that other well doing persons love their country enough to put some support and cash behind his campaign.

However, I also admit that I don't know too much about Ross Perot and what his standing is today, so if you think it's a good idea to call on him I'd like to give a little suggestion.

I hope you won't take it ill from me, but your video is not very, ehm, visually appealing. It's basically a spoken letter and I could guess a guy like Perot gets tons of letters, too many to really take notice.

So maybe it would be an idea to look up some of the video clips on YouTube with Perot's speeches and clips and mix them with Ron Paul clips that 'match' them. Like Perot mentioning debts, then Paul speaking of even more debts, for example. Add some nice visuals and music and it is more likely to catch some attention.

My father and I both voted

My father and I both voted for Ross Perot both times he ran for President.

I was a big Ross Perot

I was a big Ross Perot supporter in 1992. To put it in perspective, though, I am many times more excited about Dr. Paul's candidacy.

Ross Perot really disappointed me in 2008. Perot sounded like he wanted to truly change America for the better back in '92. So much of what he talked about seemed to align with Dr. Paul. My disappointment was that I do not recall Perot supporting Ron Paul in any way whatsoever during the 2008 campaign or during this campaign. Such a big disappointment from someone who I thought would be very interested in Ron Paul.

Ross Perot could be very influential if he wanted to be. My guess is that he is simply not interested or maybe not paying attention. Sad.


There's probably still some bad blood between Perot and the

Bush repugs - might not be as far-fetched as it seems to get him to contribute.

Wouldn't hurt to ask.

Well, it's not a bad "idea", no...

But, I am not really optimistic that there's a multimillionaire/billionaire that's even remotely interested in the Federal Reserve being audited, let alone made into a memory. If I'm not mistaken, a LOT of "wealth" that many of these kozillionaires obtain is literally because their is SO MUCH MONEY IN THE SYSTEM. I cannot imagine any of them, that enjoy their status, would ever consider letting the air out of their tires on a lark!

But...who knows!?

Perot Is The Welfare Billionaire

I agree with your sentiment but Perot is a different kind of fellow. He made his billions from Uncle Sam and returned the favor by making quite an effort during both Presidential runs to inject some change into the system. This guy invests in people all the time and, after all, if Ron Paul doesn't win this time around, Perot's assets will be worth considerably less when the dollar crashes =)

Research Ross Perot

first. Check out Wikipedia.
He certainly could be a huge financial help, but not all of his declared policies line up with Ron Paul's.
I think you are on the right path though. Make a list. Some big private money from someone(s) that truly care about the future of the United States and all our citizens, should be more than welcomed.

Ron Paul 2012

How About Apple

RP is an iPad user. Just a thought.

"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty."


Perot or SOMEBODY out there with some funds: we need you!!

John F

Not a bad idea

If some Las Vegas tycoon can donate 5-10 million to Gingrich, I think a little bump from Perot would be awesome. Especially considering the way he ran and was treated in his two bids for President, this would be a big F U to the mainstream media. I was not old enough to vote Perot at the time but I remember my father was a big supporter. I think this would be a HUGE boost to the campaign.

Make your vote matter this year. A vote for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil! Vote your conscience, vote for Liberty, vote for the Constitution, VOTE RON PAUL!!!

Amen to that!

$10-$20 Millon is chump change to a guy like Perot. He just needs to be dialed into the sentiment of Americans and that there is a legitimate player on the political landscape that represents sincere change. We need to get the word out about this kind of support! The only thing holding Ron back from winning is getting enough people to hear his message. Appropriate funding would ensure this happens.