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How to get Ron Paul into the White House

A thought occurred to me today that the best way to get Ron Paul into the White House, would be to create our own party, and nominate him ourselves. Recently, Ron Paul has been pushing the third party nomination ticket heavily. I just heard him say on the Glenn Beck radio show today, that the third party votes hold a 60% majority. If we could somehow rally them and other unhappy voters behind this one party, perhaps something could happen.

A key problem however, is how to go about creating a political party. I'll admit I haven't the faintest idea. Obviously, it must not be an easy process, but I know that the people backing Ron Paul are some of the most tenacious people I've ever known, and if the only thing required to making this happen is hard work, we can do it.

We only have about a month and a half, and hopefully that is enough time. If this is possible I know we can do it.

Let me know what you all think.

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A faster way to get

Ron Paul elected is to bribe
people,pay them off.Hey,they do it,why can't we!Let's just buy our way into the White House.
Money bomb anyone?

Another Way

Ron Paul can be elected President of the united States without appearing on a single State ballot. The People of the united States do not elect their President, Electors do.

For decades “third partisans” and libertarians have labored in the shadow of Demoblican oligarchy. Laws have been written and rewritten to advantage the insider parties at every turn. After excruciating months of just struggling to get on the ballot, we often find ourselves wrung out, strung out, and left out. Whenever we are even mentioned it is generally couched in such terms as “quixotic,” “gadfly,” “long shot,” or “maverick”. (Oh wait -- this year “maverick” has been rehabilitated.) Nevertheless, “third party” moves are seen by the old media as annoying distractions or amusing side shows. When faced with a spectrum of options Dr Paul chose to work with and within the Republican Party. To good effect, I believe. His inclusion on the scene has energized the liberty movement like never since 1964, at least, and perhaps longer.

We are now facing down the final two months of this harrowing campaign, and Dr Paul’s legions of supporters are as eager as ever to push past the finish line.

On 4 September, the “Louisiana Taxpayers Party” filed a slate of Electors with the Secretary of State’s office. The Electors are pledged to Ron Paul and Barry Goldwater Jr. On 5 September, the Constitution Party of Montana informed their Secretary of State that its Electors are pledged to Ron Paul and Michael Peroutka. It is my understanding that Dr Paul was aware of these developments and has stated that so long as he is not obliged to comment, nor sign any declaration of candidacy, then he has no objection.

Election and ballot access laws vary from State to State, so these heroic efforts may not be possible all over the Union, but there remains no prohibition for a candidate to release his Electors and request that they vote for Dr Paul in December at the gathering of the Electoral College. That’s when the REAL presidential election takes place!

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Is there an American Party?

Is there an American Party?

If not, why not create one?


Edit: I see there is one:


The libertarian party

should drop Barr and run Dr Ron Paul. We can put our signs back up campaign how we all know we can. The Libertarian party could actually win this election. I see it is up to them know.. and Dr Paul must accept for the saving of this great nation. This is it..... momentum is up ...... I was at the rally, people are fired up and ready to go. After this election the internet will be changed.. they will not let this happen again. same way they found out about debates with Perot. We are a threat ... don't let us fade away into apathy.
Run Ron Paul as a Libertarian.
We draft you ..... do this for "We the people"

Hey, before I call it an evening

and everyone makes fun of your suggestion. I love your way of thinking outside of the box, because if not this idea maybe the next is the way we will make what we need to happen----happen. The old way does not work anymore. It is broken, so we need to look at new unlimited ideas. Good for you ew.

another way to get Ron Paul into the White House:

take him on the tour.

At this point the only way Dr Paul's getting in the White House

in 2008/09 is by taking a tour.

Pretty much.

This is more of that blind optimism I was talking about in another thread.

What's wrong

with optimism? Don't you think Dr. Paul is an optimist? How else could he have stood up for his principles for so long on his own without being demoralized? And really...although this may seem to be thinking outside the box, isn't it really just going back to the Constitution? Elections today are certainly not held in a constitutional fashion. Perhaps, we are the ones who are blind, having bought into the idea that presidents should be elected by the process that is put forward today as the way to elect our leaders.

Ron Paul for President I say!

*What you don't know CAN hurt you.*


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Vote for President Ron Paul 2012


Just my idea of a coordinated optimal impact.

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, Missouri, 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, 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 2010.

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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