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"wear Red for RealRepublican" Wearing red shirts to show unity and for identification of numbers

If we adopted the policy of only wearing red we could theoretically get a sneak peak of exactly how many people are at the conventions/primaries.

While there are all sorts of ron paul shirts, they are not visibly identifyable from eachother or from a distance. If we all started just wearing red it would make it obvious that "they are a paul supporter" in big crowds and allow us to gauge how many there are at the conventions.

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How about orange?

We are kinda unique ...

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine

Better Dead than Red!

Until after the 1984 election, GOP was blue and the Dems were Red..as they should be because it is the color of communism - and the millions of gallons of blood they have spilled for "equality"

The dems got offended, as they usually do when you tell the truth about them and their motives, and the media switched it.

I see little difference between either party these days but still we're more likely to find a home in the GOP if we don't start a party to replace it.

NO! WEAR BLUE!!! - Years ago the colors were reversed.

Then the media (and Republican/Democrat parties) switched them too CONFUSE the sheeples.

RED STOOD FOR COMMUNISM and BLUE STOOD FOR FREEDOM.

Then suddenly one day, "RED states" were used to designate republicans and BLUE for democrats!!!

I will never wear red as a show of political preference when we who believe in liberty would wear BLUE.

Consider: Even during the Revolutionary War, the British were referred to as "Red Coats" while the Continental army was represented oftentimes by the color blue.

And Communism has always been represented by the color RED.

So why this switch occured (I can only imagine) was to confuse the populace about the two major political idealogies (Conservative vs Liberal).

And it proves that there is no longer ANY APPRECIABLE DIFFERENCE between democrats and republicans today.

In fact, the NEO-CON movement into the repubublican party CAME from former members of the democrat party (ie: William Kristol), when it became clear to them that their party was turning against its traditional PRO-WAR policies.

As Dr. Paul has stated over and over, history shows that it was the democrats who got us into wars and the republicans who got us out ie:

Wilson (democrat) got us into World war One
FDR (democrat) was World War Two
Truman (democrat) got us into Korea - Eisenhauer (republican) got us out
Kennedy/Johnson (democrats) got us into Vietnam - Nixon (republican) got us out.

It wasn't until the 2nd Bush administration (when the Neo-Cons infiltrated the party) that republicans got us involved in starting wars.

And that is why the republican party is so split today and WILL LOSE in November unless Ron Paul is nominated.

So this idea that republicans should wear red is anti-intuitive and NOT traditional in any way.

I WOULD support the idea of all Ron Paul supporters wearing BLUE.

THAT would show both our support of traditional liberty colors and would make it easier to identify Paul-supporters as well.

Also, a unified blue color scheme could be a show of our discontent for what the republican party has become.

I REJECT THE NOTION that RED should be used to represent LIBERTY.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul