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Video: NBC & SF Chronicle interview Dr. Paul + New RP'12 FEC Filing = "Hyper-Vigilance.. Fanatical!"

Not sure if this is all of it, but perhaps a longer Raw interview footage will be uploaded, later.

But for now, please check this out:

Ron Paul Lands in SF, Berkeley

Republican hopeful will bring his campaign to the Bay Area Thursday.

Thursday, Apr 5, 2012 | Updated 9:38 PM PDT

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul today reflected on his relationship with the Bay Area, a region he says has always supported him despite its famously left-leaning tendencies.

In a telephone interview after a fundraising luncheon in San Francisco late this morning, Paul said his libertarian beliefs fit well with the area's "live and let live" lifestyle.

"I don't make a judgment on the values," he said. "When people use their personal liberties and personal resources, I'm very open to how people act."

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Dr. Paul was also interviewed by The San Francisco Chronicles today.

While I'm not sure if this was taken today or during his last interview with SF Chronicles' Editorial Board, but regardless, SF Chronicle were kind enough to take a rather interesting portrait photo of the Doc.

You know what it reveals (at least to me)? He's beautifully healthy, beyond his years. A very up close shot of his facial skin tells us as much. I'm so grateful that the Doc has been able to take care of his health on and off the campaign trails!

Plus check out his eyebrows; can you believe these worthless MSM pressitutes had nothing better to do than spread rumors about an elderly gentleman's follicle pattern? If this photo won't shut them up, nothing will. Oh yeah, the Doc is in good shape. Thank God.

Of course, they had to lead with the following stupid headline which PRESUMES he 'should,' but because he won't they're annoyed by it: "Ron Paul says he won't quit race"

And, in the article's photo section on the left, notice how there's no crowd photos from Chico, or UCLA even though they could've easily posted and/or credited/paid individual R3VOL's Smartphone/Twitter pix, to local news photos, to Getty photo services. But they only intentionally feature sparse R3VOL who were handing out RP literature around the SF Marriott where the private fundraiser luncheon were held.

Unless it comes from a liberal, guess they really don't like the idea of a non-"liberal" 'stealing' "THEIR" pro-peace, pro-civil rights, anti-corporatism, anti-empire platform rhetoric; god forbid someone actually walked the talk, for over 40+ yrs!

Ron Paul says he won't quit race

Carla Marinucci | Thursday, April 5, 2012

GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul, on a three-day campaign swing in California that has attracted overflow crowds, said Thursday his withdrawal from the race is "not going to happen" - and he isn't certain he'll support Mitt Romney should the former Massachusetts governor win the party's nomination.

The Texas congressman, in a meeting with The Chronicle's editorial board, said there may be some "excitement" ahead, including the possibility of a "brokered" convention.

Paul, asked whether he would back Romney if he secures the 1,144 delegates needed to win the Republican nomination, said, "We haven't gotten that far yet. I have no plans to say no or yes."

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What to expect from PRESIDENT Paul's Treasury Department: frugal and thrifty with OUR money & currency.

Ron Paul Is Really Serious About Transparency

Politics | ProPublica.org | April 5, 2012 7:15 pm

The campaign of GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul borders on fanatical when it comes to filling out expense reports with the Federal Election Commission.

by Kim Barker, ProPublica

This story was co-published with Yahoo! News.

He may be in last place when it comes to delegates, but when it comes to filing expense reports with the FEC, Ron Paul beats everyone.

His campaign’s hyper-vigilance is notable, verging on fanatical.

Every bank fee, every 22 cents at a FedEx, every $1 toll on theFlorida turnpike, every $5.09 pit stop at any Starbucks anywhere, every doughnut from Dunkin’ Donuts and Dough Nutz — it’s all right there, itemized in the Paul campaign’s copious expenditure reports. In 160 instances so far, the campaign has reported purchases costing a single dollar or less.

Unless the sheeple finally wake up and elect Dr. Paul as POTUS, we're only gonna get more of this:

American Idle: Bureaucrat Brags About Lavish Lifestyle

Oh yeah, that's a real statist govt commissar in action. No joke: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CL-fZKxINdA

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Nice work!

Excellent synopsis piece.

Regarding the photo, it must have been shot at very close range at f/1.2... the depth of field is about an inch. It's a pretty cool shot, though I think it makes him look older than he really is. A longer lens would have not distorted his features so much. It does show off his eyes well though.

why thank you.

yup "I think it makes him look older than he really is" that it does, and of course the lighting to get that effect is intentional, no doubt.

that said, I'm still glad that zoomed in shot of his portrait clearly shows that our Doc is healthy.

Not to go too Lancome on it, but his skin, which is one of THE first indicators of one's health, is looking good! And considering his age, that's an AWESOME sign.

So glad to see him healthy.

But truly, thanks to the Doc's rather exhaustively impeccable FEC filing, it does show that he or at least his entourage visit McDonalds way too often while on the road; I love that he's so classically Great Depression-era-instilled frugal, and appreciate how he's using our money/FRN, that said, I wouldn't mind him eating a bit healthier on the road, as difficult as we all know that can be. Because in the aggregate, nowadays "fast food" ain't fast and it ain't even cheap. So for same money, one can get much healthier food, even though that probably requires that one knows the visiting area's epicurean locales intimately.

Yup, that's my 'it's cold outside, don't forget to take your sweater'-grandma moment.D lol

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

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LOL, I too worry over his diet and wish he and

Carol were a little more influenced by organic/traditional/paleo diet concepts.

LOL, guess we were both in 'eat your vegetables'-grandma mode

when we were reading that!

lol

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Yes

I bought a couple copies of the Paul Family Cookbook. Raw coconut oil makes an excellent substitute for Crisco.

absolutely!

I hear Crisco I think Canola oil: both GMO crap more suited for BioDiesel use than human consumption, though not mutually exclusive.D

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Appreciate the work you do.

Actually did click on the written stuff but to tell you the truth I just cannot stand to read them anymore. All those piece are, are opinions from little people who want to be like the big people who are robbing the world. I speak, of course, of David Rockefeller and those in league with him.

Did enjoy seeing President Paul who stays on message.

fearless brave joyful peaceful loving grateful, compassionate

thanks, and yup, I hear ya,

I try to meditate before embarking upon a journey into depths of MSM brainwash-dom to pre-diffuse any negative energy that may stain my world. lol

It's always a catch 22. While I make it a point to google his name in the news section everyday to keep driving traffic, and even the worst pieces need to be read to let the MSM dolts know that people tune in specifically for "ron paul."

That said, they already know that we the R3VOL would dutifully tune into anything that merely mentions the two words "ron paul," so I KNOW that they too know that simply invoking the Doc's name would guarantee that some worthless scribe whose work would NEVER EVER be read in a million years would at least get a glance if they stoke our fires.

That said, as most of you do as well, I'm sure after awhile, just by reading the title of the headline you can guess who wrote it in context of their employers, even if the name of the scribe doesn't immediately pop up on google search along with the headline, you can tell which one's gonna be a smear piece, a hit piece, a BS 'threw you a bone'-piece, feigned concern piece, etc. Notice how it's NEVER gonna be a fair piece, unless it's from the likes of Ben Swann.

And, if you've seen the length of the news cycle, no matter what, if WE DON'T DRIVE TRAFFIC, almost EVERY new smear piece they put out, don't last more than three days.

So now I just news.google his name to keep his name and the R3VOLution relevant, but not actually click on articles, as by now I already intuit it. Just my two cents, in dealing with the statist lunatic MSM.

Yup, with the Doc and us, it seems it'll be an eternal balance between being AWARE of the direction of the NWO/Ruling Class and their pliant MSM sycophants' agenda, and being able to gauge their publicly stated program/agenda by remaining vigilant of their smears, but not feeding into it by visiting their sites and articles by driving traffic to them and inadvertently making sure that their smears stay in the news cycle.

So I've settled on the fact that ignoring them is the best avenue, as for most of us, I suspect that we only tune into MSM to remain vigilant of what they're saying about the Doc and the R3VOLution to the moron sheeple population, as they're the only ones who're prone to being susceptible to their propaganda. Plus, by now, most of us here know all the ins and out about the newsletters, who the good/bad guys are, who the KOCH Bros-astroturfed Beltway Reason/CATO Faketarians are, who the RINOs are, who the liberal propagandists are, etc.

So frankly, there's really no 'news' to begin with that we're gonna learn anything new from MSM other than HOW they're going to smear the Doc and us next.

so ignore away! I'd say!

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

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Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

just

a weekend update

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul