I'm anxious to see Ron Paul's proposal, but here's a concrete example of potential cuts and adjustments:
This is a great speech...
Its greatness transcends creed. It's great because this makes sense regardless of what your religious orientation is -- or isn't.
Its great because its something Ron Paul really believes -- It hasn't been "focused-grouped" or "psy-oped".
And yet the Fox News' reporter in the following video clip seemed perplexed that such a "live and let live" message could be tolerated, much less accepted....
On Saturday, in proving that the Ron Paul political organization is working better than ever, Paul won the iconic Values Voters Straw Poll with a whopping 37% of the total 1,983 ballots cast.
Herman Cain, who is experiencing a modest bump in popularity as values voters shuffle away from Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry and Mitt Romney, placed a distant second with 23% of the votes. Paul was also top choice among attendees for the Vice President straw poll, with Bachmann coming in close second.
I looked at a number of News sites, and their front page political News sections. There are zero listed stories about Ron Paul's D.C. Value's Straw Poll first-place victory shown on these headline or news summary pages.
On the other hand if you google 'Ron Paul', a few stories about the straw poll results can be found. But some guy Tony Perkins who is the President of the "Family Research Council" (whatever that is?), and CBSNews have teamed-up to accuse Ron Paul of "stuffing the ballot".
Upcoming Straw Polls: Orlando Sept. 22, Mackinac Island Sept. 23-25, Washington, DC Oct. 7-9, Illinois Nov. 5Submitted by AnAppealToHeavenWash on Mon, 09/19/2011 - 13:56
Upcoming Straw Polls (Please Bump for Local/State Activism)
September 22, 2011, Orlando, Florida – Presidency 5 straw poll
September 23–25, 2011, Mackinac Island, Michigan – Michigan Republican Party's 29th Biennial Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference straw poll
October 7–9, 2011, Washington, D.C. – Values Voter Straw Poll
Rick Perry 39% Obama 46%
Michele Bachmann 33% Obama 46%
This isn't new to the DP, just updated links for the planned "Day of Rage" inspired by William Ayers and the Weather Underground, sponsored by your latter day ACORN & SEIU actors.
this includes intros, rebuttals, etc.
Okay, here is a short list of post debate polls:
These were actually the contact list for Sept. 4th, but I thought it might be better to skip weekends and just focus on doing these during the week. I'll update all the dates later today on the main post, but unless if there's any major objections, I think it would be better to concentrate on working on these during the week, and use the weekends to follow up or make additional contact efforts for some of the more significant celebrities.
Here are today's list! Please be sure to educate the celebrities and their fans on where Ron Paul stands, and let them know about the ROCK THE R3VOJUTION TOUR that's making its way across the country! Please ask them to participate by contacting Zak Carter (email@example.com or 206-501-9221). Thank you!
According to NPR:
And Christmas....in Keokuk, or Keene?
Yes, political junkies, we're talking about the completely-up-in-the-air 2012 Republican presidential contest calendar.
On paper, it's scheduled to kick off Feb. 6 with the Iowa caucuses, followed a week later by New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary.
But those of you keeping score at home would be well advised to use a pencil.
Ron Paul's Speech at the Polk County Republican Summer Picnic - August 27, 2011
"Although he has been (famously) ignored by much of the media during the 2012 election cycle (vis-à-vis his relative standing in the GOP field), Texas congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul is polling at approximately 10 percent in the race for the GOP nomination. That represents a monumental uptick from his standing in the Republican field four years prior in mid-August 2007.."
On December 16th, 2007, the Tea Party arose and took up the fight against tyranny - spontaneously, enthusiastically, peacefully, globally - and stood at Dr. Ron Paul's side. We gave our voices, our dollars, and our best efforts to vaunt Dr. Paul's campaign from establishment-imposed obscurity to instant (if begrudged) media relevancy; we raised the question in the mind of countless Americans, "Who is Ron Paul?" That simple question leads to an answer that cannot but swell the ranks of Liberty: