Official Ron Paul bumper stickers are to be delivered THIS week. If you would like one, please write to:
Ron Paul for President
837 W. Plantation Dr.
Clute, TX 77531
The campaign announced it was delayed from today (4/9) for a week, so I've just edited it.
The following is an email I received from Dr. Paul's campaign after signing up on a mailing list.
April 3, 2007
I arrived in Phoenix from Washington, DC Thursday evening March 29th and was delighted to be met by a large group of supporters at the airport toting signs and placards. Friday morning began early with a 6 a.m. interview by telephone on the Dave Williams radio show in Salt Lake City.
The pdf newsletter is at:
Vote for your Presidential pick in our own straw poll at F2A.ORG or by sending us an e-mail at email@example.com. (One vote per person please!)
Straw Poll results as of 3:00 pm on Mar. 23: (542 total votes)
Ron Paul 163 30.1%
Tom Tancredo 114 21.0%
Sam Brownback 79 14.6%
Duncan Hunter 64 11.8%
Mike Huckabee 44 8.1%
Newt Gingrich 24 4.4%
John Cox 16 3.0%
Fred Thompson 12 2.2%
Alan Keyes 5 1.0%
U.S. News and World Report provides a concise summary of Ron Paul's personal life and political career in Ten Things You Didn't Know about Ron Paul.
They even let Ron Paul speak for himself:
Explaining why he opposes legislation that expands government power, funds federal spending, or reduces privacy: "I interpret through the eyes of the Constitution. If we don't have direct authorization, I don't vote for it, even if there are good intentions."
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Good news! In about a week, they will announce the start of the official Ron Paul campaign here in NH.
Until then, there are many many supporters here who can't wait to start working to get Ron elected and many are organizing support groups on their own.
Please watch for an important announcement and/or press release by the end of March!
There was a great immigration comment & concern regarding my grandfather's stance. Though I do no justice presenting my grandfather's message like he does, I hope to clarify his stance in some way.
I hope I can clarify my grandfather's viewpoint on immigration. I can certainly tell you that my grandfather is not against immigration. Legal immigration. He is the grandson of a German immigrant who came to this country to make a better life for himself.
I was looking through my grandfather's site, www.ronpaul2008, under Latest News and I found a candidate selection quiz. Surprise! When I took the quiz, it showed that my candidate match was Ron Paul 100%.
It was fun to take the quiz. You can take it at:
My family has been very excited about the support that has been generated for the campaign. It will be a tough road, but one that is certainly worth taking.
It was a short interview this morning, but Congressman Paul made the most of every minute. As always, he made us proud to be his supporters. I think it should embolden us that we can (and must) make a difference. It seems it was our massive e-mail drive that got noticed and caused Fox to have Congressman Paul on today. A note of thanks to Mr. Hemmer is in order at: Hemmer@foxnews.com . Right now some of us in Texas are e-mailing Glenn Beck requesting him to interview Congressman Ron Paul. If you would like to join this effort his e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Although I grew up in Seattle, my adopted hometown is now Arlington, Massachusetts. The town of Arlington is located near Lexington and Concord, where the very first battle of the American Revolutionary War took place! All around the area are physical reminders of what took place here 230-plus years ago.
Today I'd like to share one with you. It is a monument to Samuel Whittemore:, which is near the center of Arlington Town.
In case you can't read it, it says:
Ron Paul Honored as "Taxpayers' Friend" for Tenth Consecutive Year
Washington, DC: Congressman Ron Paul has been recognized as a top advocate for taxpayers in the U.S. Congress for the tenth year in a row, earning the nonpartisan National Taxpayers Unionâ€™s annual award as a â€œTaxpayersâ€™ Friendâ€ for 2006. Only 30 of 435 members in the U.S. House of Representatives earned similar honors last year.
It feels good to say it doesn't it? It's what we've all been waiting for.
Some of you may know me as the woman who rallied the troops in NH to "put your money where your mouth is". And that they did!
They were, along with a huge internet presence and following, part of the reason that Ron decided to make the run.
Now I am getting calls and emails from all over the country from anxious Ron Paul supporters with everything from ideas for what the official campaign slogan should be to how to get Ron to appear at house parties in their state.