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Attention - Ron Paul Vote Map - Help Us Map Your Vote

We know we can't trust the system. We want to create a NEW website that will Map people that are voting for Ron Paul and we need your help. The idea is to embed Google Maps on the site and have everyone pledge to vote for Ron Paul. It will Map the location you are voting from. We will be able to get a good idea of how many people are voting for Paul in states like Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Florida etc. We will Map all of our pledges and encourage the voters to try and become a Delegate for Ron Paul.

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Ron Paul Widens MSNBC/NBC Poll Lead; Over 200k Votes Now Cast

Friday, September 9, 2011 - 02:05 by Tony Rutherford HuntingtonNews.Net Reporter
MSNBC's First Read continues attracting votes for its post-Presidential Republican Debate poll. As of 1:30 a.m. Sept 9, more than 203,000 votes have been cast. Ron Paul has widened his lead over Mitt Romney and Rick Perry. Paul has 57%, Romney 14.6%, and Perry 12.4%.

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Strategy in Open Primary States

People need to start selling the idea of Ron Paul to the democrat roots in open primary states. There is no need to try an convince them to pull the lever for him in the national election. You will have time to do that if he clears the primary. Keep your eye on the real goal. Primary win.

Choose your pitch. Volunteer ideas.

Who will they most want their candidate to face in the national election?

Do they want a real chance at a peace candidate before it is too late for their grandchildren, ...children, ...selves?

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Is Obama Trolling for Votes? New DHS rules cancel deportations

New DHS rules cancel deportations

The Homeland Security Department said Thursday it will halt deportation proceedings on a case-by-case basis against illegal immigrants who meet certain criteria such as attending school, having family in the military or are primarily responsible for other family members’ care.

The move, announced in letters to Congress, won immediate praise from Hispanic activists and Democrats who had chided President Obama for months for the pace of deportations and had argued he had authority to exempt broad swaths of illegal immigrants from deportation.

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