I've tried to find an East Coast post as I feel sure somebody else saw the CBS evening news. It was the most amazing, positive and rather long news article on Ron Paul that I have seen on CBS. And, this is from Katie and Company who have absolutely shunned Ron in their latest Presidential Candidate features.
Did anyone else see it? Is there a clip up yet? It was so positive and made both RP and his supporters look great. Treated him as top tier. And, he looked and sounded great.
If this has already been posted, let this blog go. If not, let's find the clip!
Not for the faint-hearted or easily offended! George blasts at the ruling elite, and the video-makers have put many Ron Paul images at appropriate spots. This would be a negative, no-hope rant except for the Ron Paul stuff.
Don't run this videos if there are kids around. It gets pretty intense. Still, Carlin speaks from the heart and he is compelling.
If you ever needed a reason to support Ron Paul, this video might give you a few.
As a professional hypnotist, JIVEWIRE has worked to empower people to access the power of their subconscious mind to create positive change. In 1958, the American Medical Association endorsed hypnotherapy as a valuable self help tool, so it has nothing to do with magic- it is all about suggestibility.
Suggestibility is how we learn and process information, some of us are right brain suggestible (direct suggestions) while others are more left brain suggestible (inferred suggestions). Hypnotherapy is the process of working with a person’s suggestibility to overload and bypass the conscious mind (estimated at 10%), and inducing a trance state to access the powerful 90% of the mind, which is subconscious. All of our memories and conditioning is stored in the subconscious, so change can happen quickly in a subconscious state of mind, as the critical conscious mind is put to “sleep”. It is natural to fall into various levels of trance throughout the day (daydreaming, jogging, engrossed in a movie or book), and trance is the suggestible brain wave states of Alpha (light trance) and Theta (deep trance). However, with the overload of information in modern society, humanity has been conditioned to live in a constant state of Alpha and Theta trance, creating an easily influenced and hyper-suggestible population. Much of JIVEWIRE’s practice is dedicated to dehypnotizing people who were in a constant state of hyper- suggestibility. We can ponder if this hyper-suggestible population is by design or just a byproduct of the information age, regardless of how it happened, it is here and the challenge is now.
We now live in a sound bite society, where many have become completely absorbed by the latest reality show or electronic gadget. Many are unknowingly steered to support politicians and policies that really benefit the elite, and not the people. Many are just lazy to research, and eager to obey.
At the end of this article, it explains what Tucker Carlson was doing with the hookers at Dr. Paul's press conference a while back - if you believe it. This is a great article about Ron Paul. Funny. Touching. Amusing. Well written.
But one thing about his story doesn't make sense - couldn't Tucker have just taken a cab?
Pimp My Ride | The New Republic
by Tucker Carlson
The first thing I learned from driving around Nevada with Ron Paul for a couple of days: People really hate the Federal Reserve. This became clear midway through a speech Paul was giving to a group of Republicans at a community center in Pahrump, a dusty town about 60 miles west of Las Vegas. Pahrump is known for its legal brothels (Heidi Fleiss lives there), but most of the people in the audience looked more like ranchers than swingers. They stood five deep at the back of the room and listened politely as the candidate spoke.
Until Paul got to the part about the Fed. "We need a much better monetary system," he said, a system based on "sound money, money that's backed by something." Paul, who is small and delicate and has a high voice, spoke in a near monotone, making no effort to excite the audience. They cheered anyway. Then he said this: "The Constitution gives no authority for a central bank." The crowd went wild, or as wild as a group of sober Republicans can on a Monday night. They hooted and yelled and stomped their feet. Paul stopped speaking for a moment, his words drowned out. Then he continued on about monetary policy.
Wow, I thought. The constitutionality of a central bank is not an issue you see on many lists of voter concerns. (How many pollsters would think to ask about it? How many voters would understand the question?) Yet a room full of non-economists had just responded feverishly when Paul brought it up. Hoping for some context, I went outside and found a Paul staffer. He didn't sound surprised when I told him about the speech. "It's our biggest applause line," he said.
This is what authenticity means.
"Joining Ron Paul Supporters with Businesses that Support Ron Paul"
Free for any business to register ( www.ronpaulyellowpages.com/register.aspx) and maintain their information on a web site where Ron Paul supporters can find them.
Free for Ron Paul supporters to search (any time they like) for companies that promote, and businesses owners that support Ron Paul.
Many of us post comments and rebuttals on other sites, particularly news organizations that allow them. The Washington Post, USA Today, the Baltimore Sun are three. There are more, and maybe you have also done this.
Many of these news sites have, next to a place for your name and password, a space for "web page." I always put Daily Paul. So if someone clicks on my name they come here, to our RP Clubhouse.
We are in the middle of a good old fashioned January snowstorm here and I've just done at least 3 hours of shoveling and snowblowing. I checked my snailmail box and found 3 more full color flyers, each dealing with a different issue..this makes about 15. Last night I got my 12th phone call.
I am glad to see Dr. Paul getting out to his appts just fine. Here is this morning's interview with Laura Knoy on the "The Exchange" on NHPR.
Ron spoke last night in Concord, NH. Thanks to 'Biker Bill' from NH for this video...
Calculations from 1pm show 3061 posts on NPR web site from Ron Paul Supporters!!! BE A PART OF IT!!
Posted originally by manystom here
Bennett Roth of the Houston Chronicle gave the home view of GOP candidate Ron Paul today. Roth says it's hard to tell where Paul's supporters are coming from, but he argues the most ardent backing is not in Texas but in places like California and Florida.
Roth thinks Paul has become such an Internet phenomenon in part because he connects with a demographic that finds a natural outlet online...
I received the following message from the Ohio campaign. Some people have had difficulties understanding what it means, but I suggest you just check out ohio4ronpaul.com and get the details there.
Every state is different, but the way I understand it in Ohio, the candidate must have at-large delegates sign for him, and the at-large delegates (and all other delegates) must get other Republican voters from all over the state to sign for them. Hope this helps clarify.
This is critical, guys. Everyone from Ohio needs to work on this!!!
December 20, 2007
(This is now updated to the full version!)
This is the man we know and love, so humble and sweet. The full event I assume will be televised on C-Span 2 on Friday, December 21st at 9pm ET according to their schedule...
After Vladimir Putin, Time magazine named 30 "People Who Mattered" in their "Person of the Year" issue.
Booed by Republicans for his isolationist foreign policy views and anathema to Democrats for his anti-government philosophy, the Texas congressman was proudly out of step with both political parties. But marching to his own drummer, the grandfatherly libertarian found himself leading an online parade. Millions of dollars poured into his quixotic presidential campaign, raising an inevitable question: What's next for this free-thinking and strangely compelling grassroots crusader?