Make yourself sheep and the wolves will eat you -- Benjamin Franklin
Above quote from one of the founders of the Republic should be taken to heart by everyone.
We can't afford to "make ourselves sheep" by giving up - for instance as one member here said "I will no longer donate based on this lost debate".
This debate angers me as well as anyone(RP's limited time...) but at the same time prods me forward to work harder to help elect the good doctor to the highest office in the land of the brave and free.
What could we have expected of such a debate?
Myth: The protesters are pushing for anarchy, support violence and communism.
Myth-makers: Ann Coulter, The Washington Times, bloggers, New Hampshire Tea Party, Ron Paul.
Ron Paul did not say this. This is an obvious media attempt to turn people who may support Occupy Wall Street off from Ron Paul. We should comment and clarify.
FRC President Tony Perkins Labels Own Poll Irrelevant After Ron Paul Wins
The principal organizer of the Values Voters Summit derided his own group’s straw poll as irrelevant after Ron Paul won, dismissing the results as not being “truly reflective of where values voters stand.”
Romney Picks Notorious Neocon as lead Foreign Policy Advisor
GOP front-runner Mitt Romney – who has promised us another century of mass murder and crimes against humanity – has picked a neocon as his new foreign policy adviser.
Ron Paul Warns Journalists, "You Could Be Next on Obamas 'Kill List'
At a recent luncheon at the National Press Club, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul warned journalists that they could be placed on a “kill list” should the government deem them a threat to national security.
The Hill : Conservative Crowd Roars For Ron Paul
Presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-Texas) and his libertarian message received a raucous welcome from the socially conservative crowd at the Values Voter Summit on Saturday morning.
Flash! God Speaks To 'Willard' - Romney Says, 'God Wants Us To Lead Not Follow'
The former Massachusetts governor also condemns the isolationist policies supported by some conservative tea party members in a speech to be delivered Friday at The Citadel, an iconic military college in South Carolina. It comes as Romney has jumped back into the lead in national polling following Texas Gov. Rick Perry's disappointing performances in political debates.
Really, it's news that only political junkies pay attention to. But it's still staggering.
The Times reported Wednesday that "Rep. Ron Paul raised more than $8 million for his presidential campaign in the last three months" from 100,000 individual donors.
And that's not all. "Texas Gov. Rick Perry said he raised more than $17 million from 22,000 donors."
Wait, there's more. Though he didn't announce a total, "a source close to the Mitt Romney campaign said the former Massachusetts governor's third-quarter fundraising take was expected to be more than $14 million."
Congressman Ron Paul was interview with Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC Wednesday, October 5th at 4:00 pm Eastern.
Great article that shows the statistical differences between the two groups that compose the Tea Party. Enjoy!
Nevada Republicans will allow Florida to jump ahead of them on the presidential nominating calendar to preserve the state’s full slate of delegates to the Republican National Convention, state GOP chairwoman Amy Tarkanian said Friday.
OP: POLITICO Breaking News
Nevada will hold its presidential caucus Saturday, Jan. 14.
Kiss of death: Jimmy Carter says he’d be “very pleased” to see Romney as GOP nominee
POLITICO Breaking News
Sarah Palin will not enter the 2012 Republican race.
"I have decided that I will not be seeking the 2012 GOP nomination for President of the United States. As always, my family comes first and obviously Todd and I put great consideration into family life before making this decision. When we serve, we devote ourselves to God, family and country. My decision maintains this order," the former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential nominee told radio host Mark Levin on Wednesday afternoon.