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Emily is competing in the Miss NH pageant this January 18-19th. This is the final year that she will be eligible to compete, she needs to raise enough money to cover the cost of the entrance fee and other expenses related to the pageant.

Her deadline is December 21st!

I hope we can get Emily to her goal and she can win!

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For those of y'all who maybe new to the r3VOLuton, a reminder:

Emily O'Neill is not only smart, gorgeous, and articulate, she was THE press secretary for Justin Amash, and more interesting: was a former Romney supporter who literally defected to the Ron Paul R3VOLution!

She has been very vocal and active in r3VOL grassroots politics, not to mention the fact that and she's a National Guardswoman (for those whom, that fact may sway them in one direction or another), her political journey alone is very interesting. Yep. Support her, y'all!


Emily Converted from Mitt Romney to Ron Paul

Uploaded on Jan 9, 2012

Emily talks about why she supports Ron Paul and how she converted from Mitt Romney. For more about how you can help support our efforts please go to http://www.revolutionpac.com

Filmed and edited by Kevin Winkler
Directed by Aaron Jones

The Dangers of Government Dependency

Published on Jun 10, 2012

This video from the Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation contrasts the dependency mentality in the President's "Life of Julia" campaign with the traditional American approach of self reliance and individual achievement.

The very first video of her, I ever saw her in:

NH: Romney volunteer defects to Ron Paul

Uploaded on Jul 12, 2010

Sponsor: http://HomelandStupidity.US - Mitt Romney loses another activist to the Ron Paul revolution.


A few articles where Emily's profiled:

Meet The Women Of The Ron Paul Revolution

Grace Wyler
May 12, 2012, 9:02 AM

Emily O'Neill PHOTO: Austin Petersen/Stonegait Pictures LLC

Emily O'Neill

Although she is only 24-years-old, O'Neill is a veteran of the Liberty Movement, and most recently served as press secretary for Michigan Congressman Justin Amash, a favorite among Ron Paul supporters.

Like most women of the Ron Paul Revolution, O'Neill dismisses gender politics and "war on women" rhetoric as a gimmick that both party Establishments use to distract female voters from more pressing issues, like government overreach and the federal debt. But she told Business Insider that she sees a new kind of feminism in Ron Paul's message, one that empowers women through individual liberty and personal responsibility.

"Feminism is about demanding equal treatment for men and women," she said. "Demanding government handouts is not the same as asking for equal treatment — if women are asking for special treatment than they are almost saying that they can't do it on their own."

Ron Paul Inspires Poetry In New Hampshire
One young voter described the choice this year as between 'freedom and tyranny.'

By Gil Kaufman
Jan 9 2012 8:53 AM EST

Emily O'Neill, 23, a member of the National Guard and self-described "misfit and contrarian" and "1920s feminist" who works in human resources in Washington, D.C., said the first time two Paul supporters meet each other, the opening topic is how they discovered their political icon. Dressed in cherry-red high heels, a gray skirt, ruffled white shirt and blue blazer, the New Boston, New Hampshire, native said she planned to wave signs and make calls on behalf of her candidate on Monday (January 9). "Let's not kid ourselves, it's not about left versus right," she said. "We all agree on freedom and more government is not working. We're less prosperous now than when we started off even a decade ago ... people now want their freedom. Especially young people. This is the Internet generation. We can go online and find the answers and find out who the politicians are who are complete hypocrites. We know the truth so there's no kidding us anymore."

Along with her friend Josh Luedtke, 26, a Roanoke, Virginia, reservist who just returned from his second tour of duty in Afghanistan, O'Neill said she might typically have been a Mitt Romney supporter. But not this time. "I came to the conclusion that what other people do, as long as it doesn't hurt me, doesn't affect me," said Luedtke, who sported a red, white and blue Paul campaign T-shirt emblazoned with the word "liberty," as well as a baseball hat that reads "Dysfunctional veteran ... Leave me alone."

Inspired by the Occupy movement and the grassroots nature of Paul's latest campaign, O'Neill said young voters are feeling motivated to get involved and be part of a new solution.

Predictions in due Time...

"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

Kudos to Emily

for seeking knowledge and truth, and being strong enough to trust her own thoughts and differentiate between the beauty that is Ron Paul's ideology and the politics of Mitt Romney and the other tools of government and corporate masters.


In a free society she is free to do anything she wants

including participating in one of these ridiculous vain pageants, but hopefully she will use this platform to educate the typical brain dead contestants and share some valuable knowledge. Prime example here:




she shouldn't lower herself to enter one of these superficial MSM dog shows... what a waste... being a prostitute would be more respectable.

i think you are out of touch

Increasingly, and for several decades, pageants have focused primarily on poise, communication skill, educational/career goals, and authentic talents in choosing a winner. Both men AND women should be working on themselves in these areas and a pageant is a valid forum for personal development.

Your comment is not merely enormously and pointedly insulting to a liberty compatriot but is inappropriate on the facts - that is, it is both crude and technically ignorant. That reflects badly on you as a human being most of all. If you aren't embarrassed for yourself you should be. But everyone makes mistakes from time to time. The measure is what, if anything, they attempt to do about their mistakes. Please consider editing your comment and perhaps issuing an apology? It will make you a better man or woman.

Bill of Rights /Amendment X: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Do you need a politician or judge to "interpret" those 28

Damn she`s very sweet looking young lady.

I`ll vote for her any time.

It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people that pay no price for being wrong.
Thomas Sowell