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Guest Passes Available For Convention, Tickets Breakfast with Ron Paul Private Meet & Greet

I received an GOP fundraising email from a state GOP offering their spare Guest Passes to INSIDE the RNC convention; for a day or for the whole convention, to anyone who wants to become a 'sponsor'(sounds pricey they don't say how much and I haven't inquired yet). This is one of the last ways to get inside the convention.

They're also selling tickets to a breakfast with Ron Paul for $100 limited to about 400 people max.

And are offering a more intimate, 30 minutes with Ron Paul for $1,000 each(limited to 12 people!).

I live close enough to attend, but $1,000 is stiff but this is an opportunity of a lifetime. If he's nominated from the floor, we won't be able to get this close to him probably ever again.

I have tickets to the Sun Dome, but won't get a chance to meet him there with 17,000 people.

I want to ask for everyone's feelings & thoughts; If you had the money would you go? I would have so much to say I might become tongue tied. What would you say to Ron Paul if you had 30 minutes with him? What would you ask him? Would anyone else like to go (near Tampa)

Thanks for your input!



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scawarren's picture

If I had the money yes I

If I had the money yes I would go! What would I ask? I think I would ask what he contributes the most to his and Carol's long happy marriage. I know that's not political but I might also ask if he had one thing to redo in his political career what would it be if anything?

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain

I do remember Ron Paul's answer to a similar question as yours

He said "acceptance of one another's imperfections".
Wise.

Galatians 5:1
It is for FREEDOM that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.

What Should I Ask Ron Paul When I Meet Him?

I think what I admire most about him is his courage to do battle against what seems like an insurmountable goal, but his tenacity is proving that Davids DO beat Goliaths.

Another would be, how does he remain calm & civil in the face of mean-spirited criticism, scoffing & insults from colleages, the media and the small number of so-professed supporters who flail around high & low emotionally, from one day to the next, in reaction to each battle of his war.

Thanks for your imput. If you think of another, please post bc I'm seriously thinking about investing in this opportunity of a lifetime.

Galatians 5:1
It is for FREEDOM that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.

I don't know but I'd be curious to see what others would ask him

Bump!

I think I'd be tongue tied and foolishly star struck if I met Ron Paul. But I would like to know what other people would ask him.