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The word from Dr. Ron Paul.

~~ A letter from Ron Paul ~~ Pass it on ~~

Dear Friend,

I can't tell you how touched I've been by my supporters' generosity from day one of my Presidential campaign.

Your support has made an incredible impact that will continue on well into the future. In fact, as I look back at the past year, I'm literally amazed at how far we've come.

Today, we can catch a glimpse of our future - and it's a bright one.

Due to our Liberty Movement's youth, energy, and growing numbers, establishment Republicans are recognizing their days of controlling the national GOP are coming to an end. Even now, they are being forced to recognize that our issues - like finally auditing the Federal Reserve - are not going away.

My hope is, with your continued support, it will not end until free markets, sound money, constitutional principles, respect for individual liberty, and a common-sense foreign policy are all restored in America.

For your generosity and all that you'll continue to do in the name of liberty, thank you.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul


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Thank You Sunny From Maine !

As Maine goes, so goes the country !

{Excerpt} Patriots' Day (officially Patriots' Day in Massachusetts[1] and Patriot's Day in Maine[2]) is a civic holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolutionary War. It is observed on the third Monday in April in Massachusetts[3] and Maine[4] (once part of Massachusetts), and is a public school observance day in Wisconsin.[5] Observances and re-enactments of these first battles of the American Revolution occur annually at Lexington Green in Lexington, Massachusetts, (around 6:00 am) and The Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts, (around 9:00 am). In the morning, mounted re-enactors with state police escorts retrace the rides of Paul Revere and William Dawes, calling out warnings the whole way.


My Grandfather and father lived in Lexington, Mass. My father was a part of the Lexington Mass. re-enactments for many years.
No wonder we support RON PAUL, no matter what !


Thank you Sunny for reminding

Thank you Sunny for reminding us of how gracious he can be.

I don't know what's wrong with the people here lately. Back in the day we could have posted this letter six different times and every post would have been appreciated because it was Ron Paul speaking. I fear for the future of the liberty movement. We are so quick to eat our own.

Blessings )o(

Saw the letter

I have been here 4 1/2 years and you were already on the Daily Paul when I started. The letter does give us thanks, and I am afraid soon we may receive a letter that he is not going to continue with running for POTUS.

I want to think that he will really spell out a letter of his intent, because that is what it will take for me to stop hoping.

Sorry about the name calling lately on this site. I think it spells out the frustration that the country is in trouble, and he was our hope of a better future.


That is the letter he wrote after convention

It was posted on DP and came from his website. You must not think Paul supporters are very informed. Wow, you sure do need a lot of schoolin'.

Stop trolling

Stop trolling mate. You think we wouldn't read the letter or something? There isn't anything in there that even hints that Paul is calling it quits. He still might of course, but you wouldn't be able to gauge it based on this letter.