Every once in a while, an opportunity comes by that is too great to pass up. Supporting Ron Paul is one of these opportunities.
By now youâ€™ve probably seen and heard that Dr. Ron Paul did outstanding in last Thursdayâ€™s GOP debate. How often does a true libertarian/conservative get to take part in nationally-televised debates? Truthfully speaking, this chance might not ever happen again.
WMUR-TV is the major NH television station that will cover and carry the June 5th New Hampshire GOP debate at St. Anselm's College.
I have started a group there and hope we can get NH residents and others to sign up and support Ron.
Here is the URL: http://ronpaul2008.gather.com/
The name of the group is NH 4 Ron Paul
We need NH photos, videos and articles for Ron's political page here:
We are ramping things up here in NH, plotting and planning for Ron and clearing the way for debates, radio programs, interviews, and other appearances with many coalition groups.
A commenter gave me an idea. While we are concentrating on early states like NH and their local groups and shows, national shows like Noory's on Coast to Coast would be a great way to get the message out to all the states. Ron can simply call in from wherever he is.
Here is how to do it..please be nice...these folks interviewed Pat Buchanan many times on his way to winning the NH Primary..
With Ron Paul in St. Paul, and his moniker of Dr. No, I think this is another good twist. Hopefully to the knife in the side of pork.
The 2007 First-In-The-South Republican Party Presidential Candidates Debate will be televised live by FOX News Channel at 9:00 PM from the University of South Carolinaâ€™s Koger Center for the Arts on Tuesday, May 15, 2007. FOX News Channel Washington Managing Editor Brit Hume will moderate the debate and FOX News Sunday Anchor Chris Wallace and White House Correspondent Wendell Goler will ask questions of the candidates.
This news is from a fan who noticed that web traffic to the Ron Paul site tripled after the debate, while visits to other GOP candidate sites dropped precipitously.
Although the Paul site has only been operational since March, the recent volume closely approaches the highest visit counts to the Giuliani and McCain websites and is currently five times higher than the major candidates.
ABC news has finally admitted to Ron's showing of support in the debate with this article here:
If you read the ensuing commentary, you will see that savvy Paul supporters do not buy the idea that one guy with a computer voted 80,000 times!
Let's hope FOX NEWS understands that they will not get away with any hanky panky on May 15th...
John McLaughlin is one of the most respected commentators on TV today. In his opinion, which you will hear at the end of this video, Ron gave the best performance in the debate.
Is it any wonder? It's easy to give a good performance when you are honest, sincere, convicted and correct!
So, let's review our successes:
I am very upset at the moment. There is currently a concerted effort to censor Dr. Paul's supporter's comments on ABC news going on. Please act NOW!
Call 212-456-2700 and ask to be connected with "dot com". Talk to the gentleman there about it. Voice your concerns over the fact that Dr. Paul was missing from their recent online poll and most importantly that they are removing comments from their online comment section.
(New - thanks rdw)
I am still so excited over how well Dr. Paul did Thursday evening in the California debates. I think this is just the beginning of good things to come. My husband and I were actually out of town Thursday and Friday, but when we got in late Friday evening, a friend had forwarded me the following link and urged me to go vote, which I did.
I found out the convention will be in St. Paul MN next year.
I'm not interested in his canonization, but in his nomination.
Yet I think it makes for a good slogan or bumper-sticker.
Ron Paul in Saint Paul!
I'm watching MSNBC this morning, and of the 2nd tier candidates the only one being regularly mentioned is Ron Paul. The Polls on the internet, the principled positions, etc.
In the debate itself, he wasn't polished, but that was better. He was spontaneous and made sense. Unlike a doll that regurgitates a talking point when you pull a string (and puppets have strings).
I think he accomplished what he needed to at this point.
Thank you for clarifying my mistake. I am glad to see that FoxNews has made the right decision.
I am looking forward to the debate tonight !