June 11, 2007
Until I wrote out that check that you see above about ten minutes ago, I haven't donated any money to the campaign. I figured that running this website was my donation. But I changed my mind over the weekend.
Another way you can help is to sign the Petition for Fair and Equal Treatment in the Media of Dr Ron Paul's Presidential Election Campaign. Click here to sign the petition, and spread the word!
The petition currently has 3,674 signers, and the goal is for 10,000. This site gets about 2,800 visitors per day. Let's see if we can get the number of signers up to 5,000 by the end of the day.
I have been trying to gather and post as many photos as possible to the NH TV station site as well as FLICKR on Ron's official site.
I am not sure if these two sites are linked right now but hope they will be if not.
The WMUR slide show takes longer to get posted as they must be approved, but there are some different ones there as well starting with the first fundraiser at the houseparty in Pembroke.
This may be redundant, but needs to be proliferated and discussed:
[sarcasm]Yeah...I guess it's that pesky sovereignty that's keeping us down. It would sure be nice if the world were one big, happy country![/sarcasm]
Face it, folks...we're one hurricane away from King George making this a reality. I don't recall a referendum or public dabate on these issues. Are we going to let this happen?
Analyst predicts there will be one million RP supporters online by 2008.
We the people are going to win this thing in the most unique, historical manner. Now, how do we insure that the polls, voting machines are not rigged?
Petition: Fair Media Treatment for GOP Ron Paul
Great article posted an hour ago on Free Market News Network. Sign the petition. Read the scoop on Fred. Very interesting stuff!
I got this interview audio file by special request. It is Ron on the Quinn and Cantara show. However, since posting it last week, my server has reached its bandwidth allowance! (Hmmm, can't imagine why!)
So, if you'd like to make this file available, please email me and I will get it to you to post and thus it will take the burden off one server alone.
Even if you do not live in NH where Ron will be doing heavy campaigning or one of the other early states and thus cannot get to meet Ron, we want you to live vicariously through us!
Thus I invite everyone and anyone who has photos to upload them to Ron's space on FLICKR as well as the NH television station's website for Ron, WMUR-TV where the locals who don't know about Ron can see his events.
This is an awesome article:
And, a very right on newsletter:
I spent the day yesterday in Manchester at the Marriott Fairfield Inn with the Ron Paul family, and attended the CNN debate as one of 10 of Ron Paulâ€™s guests. It was unbelievable! The Paul family was tremendously warm and kind, welcoming me into their world. After spending some time together in the afternoon, I had an hour or so in my hotel room, during which I wrote the below piece. We were told to meet back in the hotel lobby for the caravan to the debate at 4:50pm, and if anyone was late, theyâ€™d be walking to the debate â€“ 12 miles away!
That is the title of this article where the author also says:
"If the truth teller is marginalized as a fringe candidate whose presence on the stage is questioned and the demagogue who really isn't fit to lead this country is crowned the leading contender then our future can be found in Kafka's observation that "there is hope, but not for us".
If this got you, as it did me, read the rest of John Pagoda's article here.
If you have any photos of the rally or reception afterward, please consider posting to Ron's page on WMUR:
Any photos of events in any state are welcome!