Do you believe Ron Paul can win?
I do. And I know that most of you who visit this site believe it also.
Well, the TV talking heads still don’t and they won’t until it actually happens.
They are part of the big government/big media establishment and they don’t want to even think about rocking the boat. They don’t want to think about it so they don’t want to talk about. And they are certainly not going to do anything to help rock the boat.
Our good friend Mr. Steve Dore has released a new song called Peace along with his entire collection of Ron Paul's songs on CD. The CD, titled Early Songs of the Great Ron Paul Revolution is available at his site: Ron Paul Songs
Steve was kind enough to send me a copy of the song. It is all instrumental, and it is a beautiful song. In fact, my wife just ran in from the other room saying, "What is that music!? It is beautiful."
Keep it up everyone! The talking heads can't believe it, but IT'S WORKING! Must see, and share:
Thanks to Tom at RonPaulGrassrootsHQ.com for the tip.
I'm glad you asked! For the answer, check out these two sites:
Please note that these links have been changed from the previous one. The issue that several people raised with the previous link was that it encourages people interested in becoming delegates for Dr Paul to intentionally hide their support for Dr. Paul. Many felt that such a position is inconsistent with Dr Paul's principle of honesty.
Please note that the second link gets all of its information from the first, but is much more user-friendly, appealing to the eye, and much easier to navigate.
Glenn Beck will be in Fort Wayne, IN, this coming Saturday (Nov 24). He will be doing a book signing at the Borders book store on Coldwater Rd. (I called Borders here to confirm it). He will only be here from 8-9 then he is headed to Indianapolis. Anyone in the area that can make it, DO!
Mash does not say if it is 8 a.m. or p.m. but you can find out if you are in the Fort Wayne area.
For those who don't understand the seriousness of what the government has done, this is a great video of top financial talking heads with Ron Paul, that explains why the Federal Reserve is perhaps not the best or most legal or beneficial system there is. I suggest all detractors watch it many times until it sinks in.
On Oct. 23 HR 1955 the "Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007" was passed by the House with 404 members voting in favor of this blatantly unconstitutional bill. This bill is essentially a thought crime bill with wording so vague that it could easily be used against any group or person espousing dissenting views from that of the government.
This bill mirrors the comments made by Glenn Beck regarding Ron Paul supporters, and that leads me to believe it is more than just coincidence.
WE MUST NOT LET THIS BILL BECOME LAW!!!
George Whitfield, the organizer of the Seoul Ron Paul 2008 Meetup Group writes:
Republicans Abroad Korea. Dr. Paul won with 50 percent, beating Rudy Giuliani, who garnered 23 percent of the vote. Here is a photo of the poll results as they were posted and my daughter, Tiffany Kim Whitfield.
Here is the detailed breakdown of the vote (below):
As reported, the full USA Today ad will go in the paper on Wed Nov. 21st:
Simon Constable is a staff reporter at the Street.com. This past summer, he did a few pieces on Ron Paul that were borderline favorable. However, when the Silver Liberty dollars bearing Ron Paul's likeness were released, he did a mocking piece where he went around trying to spend his $20 silver Ron Paul Liberty Dollar on the streets of Manhattan. There were no takers. I was not impressed.
Luckily he's still got that $20 silver piece, because it is now worth over $200 on Ebay. This is his latest video piece in which he explains the raid , but leaves off with "I don't think we're getting the whole story..."
This video is an interesting piece. It is again tongue-in-cheek with the music, but the humorous take on living in a police state can (and might) evaporate very quickly. The Liberty dollar story will be very revealing in time...Full story here.
"...there has...been a consistent charge that Ron Paul supporters are rude, intolerant bullies when it comes to reasoned political discourse.
"If someone who hasn’t thought about politics in years stumbles unto a message board, and sees even one [rude] comment...then that might be enough to validate the stereotype.
"...no matter what we do, there will be plenty of smears thrown our way. But remember not to focus on the loudmouths; our goal isn’t to convince them. Rather, the goal (in an online forum, say) is to convince the ninety-nine people reading the website who don’t post anything."
Wise words from Bob Murphy. Please read the whole article: http://lewrockwell.com/murphy/murphy128.html
Like I lot of people I see that the Dec. 4th debate has been cancelled. This is unfortunate as there are not many left and these debates have previously been crucial for the campaign to get its message out to primetime.
The following information comes from this great page of The Grandfather Economic Report. It is one of those pages that looks like its has been around since the web first went up! No snazzy design, but solid information. These are the kinds of pages I learned so much from when I first started surfing the web back in 1996!
Without further ado:
A dollar in 1950 will buy only 12 cents worth of goods today, 88% less than before. Inflation in my adult years increased average prices 1,000% or more:
- example 1: a postage stamp in the 1950s cost 3 cents; today's cost is 41 cents - 1,266% inflation;
- example 2: a gallon of 90 Octane full-service gasoline cost 18 cents before; today it is $3.05 for self-service - 1,870 % inflation;
- example 3: a house in 1959 cost $14,100; today's median price is $213,000 - 1,400% inflation;
- example 4: a dental crown used to cost $40; today it's $1,100 - 2,750% inflation;
- example 5: an ice cream cone in 1950 cost 5 cents; today its $2.50 - 4,900% inflation;
- example 6: monthly government Medicare insurance premiums paid by seniors was $5.30 in 1970; its now $93.50 - 1,664% inflation; (and up 70% past 5 years)
example: several generations ago a person worked 1.4 months per year to pay for government; he now works 5 months.