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Bob Barr Gaming This Important Occasion…

…displayed beyond cavil his low character and utter lack of statesmanship.

Someone please show this small man to the door.

Now let’s get back to business.

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I was so proud of Dr. Paul…. And each of the 3 genuine candidates.
The people in that room were all a determined part of the solution.

This is a constitutional crisis. This is about preserving a system of government.

Don’t shrink from this duty.

WATCH THIS:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08nvuw5evZQ&feature=related

Then……….Stand up, RISE TO THIS OCCASION.



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loved that press conference

all 3 candidates did a terrific job
Baldwin Nader and Cynthia moved me to tears and Ron I wish he would never stop talking...one of the best moments of my life.

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Bouncing Barr

These are strictly advisory, of course, but since I’ve already done the research and analysis, I thought I’d save ya’ll a little effort. In order to carry out Dr Paul’s “marching orders” to maximum effect, and to preserve the possibility (sinking fast though it may be) of a Paul Presidency, I think these are our best bets:

If you live in Oklahoma, you have no choice. Write-in Ron Paul.

If you live in Montana or Louisiana, rejoice! You get to vote for Ron Paul!

If you live in New Hampshire, please vote for George Phillies (the other Libertarian).

If you live in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, or West Virginia, vote for Chuck Baldwin.

If you live in Arizona, California, The Dakotas, The District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin, or Wyoming, you have my condolences. You’ll need to vote for Cynthia McKinney.

If you live in Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, or Texas, you have my deepest condolences. You’re stuck with Ralph Nader. Sorry.

If you can’t stomach my recommendations, then, if your State permits, I guess you should write in Ron Paul.

This decision is rather painful for me, as it will be the first Presidential election for me (since 1976) in which I will not be voting for the Libertarian. It looks as though the Barr Campaign has burned that bridge, and it likely won’t be rebuilt until at least 2012.

Naturally, depending on State laws and Party rules, State Libertarian, Constitution, or various independent Parties who substitute Ron Paul for their present candidate on State ballots should also win our allegiance.

For all our talk of supporting Dr Paul and being strict Constitutionalists, why don’t we read the Constitution and realize that Dr Paul can be elected President without appearing on a single State ballot?

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De la Paz -- As The Name Implies....

Prof, I know you are up to teaching us how to promote peace at least until this constitutional crisis passes.

We know there are plenty of disinfo divide and conquer provocateurs who will snipe. We shouldn't mimic their snarkiness among cohorts. I predict Jesse Ventura and many libertarian leaning poserity will inherit the independent house Nader will help build. They'll lean more libertarian the better we communicate and cooperate among colleagues.

May I suggest we endeavor to model our communication on Dr. Paul's example of diplomacy and statesmanship from here. There will be time enough to debate polemics. In fact, we can get back to highlighting differences all the sooner if we stay constructive and leave the divisiveness to the trolls we will shrug off.

Witness two outstanding elder statesmen:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEw0qKjP7hk&playnext=1

Hell

yes

Exactly. Let's stay focused.

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"We will never give up. We will never give in." - Dr. Ron Paul

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"We will never give up. We will never give in." - Dr. Ron Paul