You'll read it 5 times.........really.......you will.
It's an hilarious article at Politico...showing the pathetic state of the Newt Gingrich campaign in Nevada.
The Ron Paul campaign expects to exceed all expectations in the Silver State.
There's less and less good news for Newt Gingrich these days, not even when he's in Las Vegas with his best billionaire buddy, Sheldon Adelson.
According to Politico, the Gingrich people couldn't put together a little 25 phone operation to work the state for a few days....
Meanwhile, Ron Paul's now famous, ongoing Phone From Home program Rocks On!
"I voted for Mitt Romney in 2008, but in 2012 I’m voting for Ron Paul"
I didn’t just vote for Mitt Romney in 2008, I donated to his campaign, asked others to donate, and volunteered at phone banks, fundraising events, the national call day in Boston, and at the Nevada caucuses. I’ve met him several times. I drank the Romney root beer (someone actually made some) and I have a Mitt Romney bobblehead. I even dressed up as Mitt Romney for Halloween 2007.
Mitt strikes me as exceptionally bright and a truly good man. We could certainly do worse than to have Mitt Romney as our president. And despite what we sometimes hear, I think I’d rather enjoy getting (root) beers with Mitt Romney. I found him to be plenty personable and warm.
However, I’d like to explain how I came to support Dr. Ron Paul. It’s been a really satisfying journey, and I’m far more enthusiastic about my candidate now.
Jan Helfeld does it again!
Ron Paul lit into the media's obsession with Donald Trump yesterday in Utah.
"I can't imagine why anybody talks about him!" Paul exclaimed. "Why do you talk about him?"
I am reposting this because caucus time is upon us.
I hope all caucus goers will use my advice (and whatever skills and knowledge they have) to do well in the next few months.
Ron Paul won all three of my caucus sites! But he can win yours, too if you are prepared!
On caucus night in Iowa, I gave a speech at a triple-precinct site. We all voted separately, but the function was run together. Ron Paul won all the individual precincts. How? Firstly all credit goes to Dr. Paul for if it were not for him, I would be an ignorant neocon. However, it was my delivery of Dr. Paul that made the difference.
I hope that this will be an open letter to all future caucus goers. Your organization in your community DOES make a difference. Note:
- Representative Aaron F. Libby
- Representative Larry C. Dunphy **Veteran**
- Representative Jeffery A. Gifford
- Representative R. Ryan Harmon
- Representative David D. Johnson **Veteran**
- Representative Lance E. Harvell **Veteran**
- Representative Michael D. McClellan
- Representative Beth A. O'Connor
- Representative Heather W. Sirocki
- Representative G. Paul Waterhouse **Veteran**
- Representative Michael J. Willette **Veteran**
I made a new video, I hope everyone likes it. If you do like it I hope you'll vote the thread up as well as hit the "Like" on YouTube and post it on Facebook/Twitter etc etc. :)
An effective antiwar candidate is what the neocons fear most.
By Scott McConnell | February 2, 2012
The American Conservative
After a strong second-place showing in the New Hampshire primary, Ron Paul stood before a young and giddy crowd of supporters. In a near giggle, he spoke of the many detractors who had called his campaign “dangerous.” Paul reveled in their fear. To cheers, he exclaimed, “We are dangerous to the status quo in this country.” The candidate was right about that, if not necessarily in the way he most wanted.
What is it about Paul’s success that frightens his opponents? Not fear that Paul will win the presidency, though polls show him running strongly against Obama. Unlike his rivals, Paul hardly pretends the White House is a goal. On the stump he emphasizes the goal of building the cause of liberty. Libertarian ideas in domestic policy have had a secure place in the GOP for more than a generation, though Paul has widened the channels for their discussion. Yet when Paul began to rise in the pre-caucus Iowa polls—by mid-December, it seemed possible he would win the state—a shudder of panic ran through the neoconservative commentariat. What drove it? The answer had little to do with the cause dearest to Ron Paul.
A week before New Hampshire, after placing third in Iowa, Paul thanked his backers and referred to Nixon’s famous “We are all Keynesians now” statement. He asked whether people would soon be saying, “We are all Austrians now.” What tiny fraction of the national television audience, some seeing Ron Paul for the first time, had any idea what he was talking about?
Continue reading at The American Conservative
On his radio show today Sean Hannity said repeatedly he will have ALL 3 GOP candidates on his show tonight Santorum, Gingrich and Romney.
When did Ron Paul drop out?
He then claims to have the best election coverage
I became so irate I called his show. This is how the conversation with the operator went
Operator: Sean Hannity show would you like to argue or agree?
Me: Oh I want to argue!
Operator: What would you like to argue about?
Me: I would like to ask Sean how he can claim to have the best election coverage when he is only covering 75% of the candidates
Operator: I'll pass it along
Daily Paul Radio Interviews Michael Scheuer: 'U.S. Foreign Policy Failure and Iran’s Threat of Blowback'
Michael Scheuer former CIA Head Director of the Bin Laden Unit and author of several books including Imperial Hubris joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘U.S. Foreign Policy Failure and Iran’s Threat of Blowback’ to discuss the real threat by Iran and how they are already implanted in North America to follow through with their recent terrorist threat. He also talks about the imperial extremism in the United States against other countries and the correct position Ron Paul has on America’s role around the world.