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34 votes

FOX News is Relenting: Chris Wallace says, "Send Us Your Ron Paul e-mails!"

The Values Voter Straw Poll win is paying off in MSM credibility towards Ron Paul.

It's getting them to finally speak the truth that they've always known.


Brit Hume: "Who has the base with the most enthusiatic supporters? The answer is easy, it's Ron Paul! And if you know Ron Paul -- I've known him for a long time -- it's understandable. He's a very nice man. A VERY nice man!

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/fox-news-sunday/index.html#/v/...

Let's edit and re-work this!

My main interest in the video is to edit the parts that work for Ron Paul into another video.

I sent it to two of the best videographers on DP and am waiting to see what they can do.

0 votes

Ron Paul Could Do It

I really do think that, if he took the nomination, Ron Paul could potentially win the general. He couldn’t have done it in ‘08—he was simply too far out back then—but there is a slim chance that if he got there this year, he could do it. It’s definitely not a 100% possibility; I’m not saying he would, I’m saying he could. Why do I think so? Because of things like this, which I found in National Review Online last week:

http://www.unitedliberty.org/articles/8866-ron-paul-could-do-it

1 vote

Race to Debase 75 Fiat Currencies vs Gold Silver

http://goldsilver.com/article/race-to-debase-2011-q3-fiat-cu...

Welcome back to the Worldwide Fiat Currency Race to Debase!

Rounding out the third quarter of 2011 heading to the finish line for the year, we are again tracking the performance of gold and silver bullion versus 75 different dying fiat currencies around the world.

Through the 3rd quarter of 2011 gold appears to be running away with another annual victory in value!

1 vote

Peter Schiff: The Case for Ron Paul

Picking up where they left off in 2008, the media is in the midst of a campaign to ignore and undermine the presidential candidacy of Ron Paul (they gave me even rougher treatment during my 2010 Senate run). Political pundits just do not know what to do with a candidate who fails to fit into the blue and red boxes that form the simple narrative of American politics. They are perturbed by the grass roots nature of the campaign, by the strange honesty and earnestness of the candidate and his supporters, and the odd mixture of conservative values and liberty-minded policies.

0 votes

Ron Paul could gain more supporters by K.I.S.S.- Keeping It Super Simple

People would discover that they agree with Ron Paul on more issues than they think if he would keep his explanations of his views positive and simple.

For example, more people need to know that it doesn't make a difference if they share the personal views on abortion or drug legalization because he doesn't think the Federal Government should be involved in our lives on that level anyway. This needs to be drilled into people's heads because the media keeps bringing it up like it is a deal breaker.

2 votes

The Atlantic: Followup article - Worst that can happen with Prez Ron Paul.

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2011/08/the-prog...

A few days ago Conor Friedersdorf at the Atlantic wrote a good article about 'whats the worst that can happen with a Ron Paul election?'. Here is the link to the follow up article, after several people reply. Not all good, but interesting to see what people think, and Mr. Friedersdorf actually bats down several of the allegations.

0 votes

New Ron Paul Meetup Group Formed in Berkshire County MA

A new meetup group has been formed in Berkshire County in Massachusetts. This traditionally pro-peace liberal area of the country is a perfect place to spread Dr. Paul's message of peace and friendship with other nations. We are looking to hit the ground running and get the word out. There are many Ron Paul supporters in this beautiful area and I need your help in spreading the work about this new venture. The Berkshires are a unique place filled with a rich history of self reliance and a strong local economy.

63 votes

Rasmussen Poll: Ron Paul 38% vs. Obama 39%

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

The president and the maverick are running almost dead even in a hypothetical 2012 election matchup.

Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul earns 38% of the vote to President Obama’s 39% in the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Voters. Fourteen percent (14%) like some other candidate, and eight percent (8%) remain undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elec...

0 votes

Insider: Obama Team to Incite Race Riots; Use White Guilt in 2012 Election

Administration insider claims Obama is planning to use the race card to try to win the next election.. possibly even inciting race riots not seen since the civil rights movement.. Not sure how accurate or reliable this is, but for those activists who go out on demonstrations or anything like that, keep a look out for participants that incite violence.. chances are good that they may be agent provocateurs... Stand united.. Don't let them divide us.

Read more:

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/insider-obama-team-to-...

39 votes

Gallup: Obama 'Closely' Matched Against Paul, Bachmann

Check out the front of the Drudge Report!

PRINCETON, NJ -- President Barack Obama is closely matched against each of four possible Republican opponents when registered voters are asked whom they would support if the 2012 presidential election were held today. Mitt Romney leads Obama by two percentage points, 48% to 46%, Rick Perry and Obama are tied at 47%, and Obama edges out Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann by two and four points, respectively.

http://www.gallup.com/poll/149114/Obama-Close-Race-Against-R...

0 votes

While Middle America goes into recession, Black America flirts with depression.

First, black Americans held a significant share of the subprime mortgages that went sour when housing prices went south, and are thus over-represented among those who lost homes.

Second, black Americans, with a higher rate of poverty, depend more on the entitlement and social programs that Obama cannot avoid hoisting onto the chopping block in any “balanced” plan for dealing with the deficit-debt crisis.

0 votes

WSJ: Obama Aims to Keep White Voters on Board

By LAURA MECKLER And CAROL E. LEE

PEOSTA, Iowa—President Barack Obama's Midwest trip this week has allowed him to address a central challenge for his re-election: His popularity has slumped among white voters—particularly young, poor and working-class Americans—as Washington has struggled to help boost economic growth.

12 votes

Ron Paul mocks Rick Perry on his Fed statement

By ALEXANDER BURNS | 8/17/11 9:08 PM EDT

Making a campaign stop in Concord, N.H., Wednesday, Ron Paul bragged about his status as a critic of the Federal Reserve — and poked fun at his home-state governor, Rick Perry, for his heated comments about Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.

"Now they have this other governor, I can't remember his name," Paul joked. "He realizes that talking about the Fed is good, too. But I'll tell you what, he makes me sound like a moderate. I have never once sai

1 vote

Orange County Register calls it a FOUR way race.

This is a nice article in the O.C. register. In case some of you don't know, Orange County is THE republican hot bed in the entire state of California.

http://www.ocregister.com/opinion/iowa-312416-poll-gov.html

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