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The Presidency isn't Enough!

I'm starting this topic to discuss other Ron Paul Republicans running for office. I know about Murray Sabrin, running for the Senate in New Jersey, and BJ Lawson, running for congress in the 4th district in North Carolina.

Right now, lobbyists don't bother showing up to try to buy Dr. Paul's votes. Let's put K street out of business.


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If 100,000 of us band together and pledge the next 10 years to

work to take over the Republican party we can do it. Taking over a party is easier than starting one. The apparatus is there. Historic voters are there. We need to band together with a web page and mutual support,

The revolution has started.

Absolutely! This is all

Absolutely! This is all about converting from a top-down to a bottom-up approach to government and and our lives.


I have said it before that I am getting involved at the local level. Who knows where it will go from there. Mayor?

Good for you!Take a look at

Good for you!

Take a look at this meetup map for Ron Paul:


It took 2 minutes to load for me! Almost 100K members across America! Can we imagine Paulites elected througout government!?!

This is exactly what I was

This is exactly what I was thinking! As we (including Dr. Paul) have said, this is bigger than any one man: we are a MOVEMENT. And we are growing our grassroots support. Our first and most obvious focus is to get Ron Paul elected as 44th president, but our second (and just as important!) focus is to put "Paul-like" people in power!

This looks like a great start:


we need to take control of local government....

they cant have martial law if the local governments dont comply, we need to take over local governments and try to defect military personnel over to our side

"Truth is treason in the empire of lies." - Ron Paul

You know

I think that this movement will spawn lots of principled people who are willing to step up and run for office.

Can't wait to see more of them.