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Dr. Paul going to Spartanburg - can you say R-A-L-L-Y?

Great job everyone in getting Mr. Beltram to change his position and 'allow' Ron Paul to come to Spartanburg. I wonder if Mr. Beltram had a chance to talk this over with Ed Failor???

Please thank the Spartanburg Herald Journal editorial department for running a fantastic editorial about Rick Beltram's high and mighty position on banning Ron Paul from addressing the Spartanburg county GOP base. It seems Mr. Beltram was bitten by the 'Saul Anuzis Bug', chairman of the Michigan GOP, who called for a TOTAL BAN on Dr. Paul being in all future debates after the debate in South Carolina. I praise God every time this type of thing happens because it always ends up getting turned around so that the truth can be known, and the truth sets one free.

Please take time to read the excellent SHJ editorial, "Beltram's small tent", that exposes Mr. Beltram's obvious bias on this whole thing:


Let the SHJ know that you appreciate their honest and up front perspective, and encourage them to 'keep up the great work' on covering the REAL news. You can do so by joining the paper's forum and letting your appreciation be known there (which will also show the people of South Carolina that Dr. Paul is loved, and supported not only all over the country, but the entire world)! Or, you can send a letter to the editor at Opinion@shj.com - remember, we are representatives of Dr. Paul - let's make him proud!

There's also a great 23-minute phone interview between the Spartanburg Herald Journal reporter Jason Spencer and Dr. Paul here:
http://www.goupstate.com/.... Please make plans to attend this upcoming event in Spartanburg, with the same spirit of LIFE & LIBERTY shown at the Iowa Rally. Watch for the official details of the event at www.RonPaul2008.com.

Remember, 1. Give money. 2. Register republican. 3. Vote in your state's primary. 4. Make positive noise for Ron Paul in your family, work, community, church, where ever you can. 5. Teach others to do 1-4. Go Ron Paul!

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See you there

Just got back from vacation in California and am really excited to learn about this. I live in Fountain Inn, and will see you all there.

Some of my favorite quotes, by Cicero, over 2000 years old, some things never change.

-Freedom is a possession of inestimable value.
-Endless money forms the sinews of war.
-Freedom suppressed again, and again regained, bites with keener fangs tha

Come on down! This is 'Our Iowa!'

I am a member of one of the Atlanta area groups, and we are looking to do what we can to go over to Spartanburg, SC. I ask that anyone who reads this in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, Florida (certainly along the east coast), and of course South Carolina, come on down for the event. We don't just want to FILL the event, we want to FLOOD the event. Let's show Ron Paul a proper Southern welcome.

Map of Spartanburg,SC:

RSVP here by 7/11 so the organizers can gauge interest and know how much room we will need: http://eventful.com/events/E0-001-005202851-8

Peace be with y'all.

June 30 will forever be

June 30 will forever be "Failor Day". A day which will live in infamy. ;-)

Dixie is a tough room

I am not surprised that the welcome mat was yanked from the Spartanburg doorstep when Dr. Paul appeared on the sidewalk; Dixie is a tough room. They like their own best. Now, if Dr. Paul was a good ole boy from a Southern state, that might change the picture, but he is not "one of them."

What is most impressive is that when an individual, or a group, bars Dr. Paul from participation, thousands rally to his defense. Nobody asked them to make noise; nobody paid them a dime; the Paul supporters can sniff out injustice and will cry "Foul!" with a hot volley of emails and phone calls.

The video of Ron Paul's Iowa supporters, marching past the Tax Forum registration tables, was touching and wonderful. Dr. Paul (as we know) was not invited, but his hardy supporters turned out en masse and taught the Iowans for Tax Relief a huge lesson: it does not pay to shun Dr. Paul. Spartanburg is learning the lessons of Iowa.

Southern State?

I'd swear the last time I looked at a map, Texas was a southern state :)

Sam Marsh

I think Mr. Beltram is a cut

I think Mr. Beltram is a cut above Ed Failer. Everyone that can go to Spartenburg and show support. Be glad when Dr. Paul comes close to me here in Texas so I can go show my support.

I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs.
Thomas Jefferson

“It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds”
-Sam Adams