On caucus night, 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:
Congressman Paul spent his one day away from the campaign trail with great purpose.
Now here's another tale of our castaways.
Imagine if life on the island were different. Instead of seven stranded castaways, there were only four: Gilligan, the Skipper, Mr. Howell, and Ben Bernanke.
Besides non-existent ratings without Ginger and Mary Ann, some other things would be different. Imagine that there was only one thing to buy on the island, coconuts. Now, of course, this takes a willing suspension of disbelief, because we know that these four people would need more than just coconuts to survive. They would need clothing and shelter and might want other comforts that the island might conceivably provide. They would all provide different services to each other and trade them for the services of their fellow castaways. But in this example, the only thing that they trade for are coconuts.
Mr. Howell owns the coconut orchard, which produces 100 coconuts per year. Mr. Bernanke is in charge of the currency, the Island Reserve Notes (IRNs). In order to purchase the only available product for sale on the island, one must use IRNs. Barter or the use of other commodities to make this purchase is prohibited. Each coconut costs 1 IRN.
On January 18, The Daily Paul will joined Wikipedia, Reddit, Twitter, BoingBoing, MoveOn.org, The Free Software Foundation, and tens of thousands of other websites around the Internet in going dark to oppose SOPA and PIPA, the looming US legislation that would create an impossible Internet censorship regime and export it to the rest of the world.
Ron Paul Campaign Releases New Ad ‘Three of a Kind’ Challenging Rivals in South Carolina
Ad condemns serial hypocrisy, counterfeit conservatism and flip-flopping of Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney
LAKE JACKSON, Texas– The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign announced today the release of its newest ad ‘Three of a Kind’ setting straight the records of his three main competitors Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Mitt Romney.
Video Thanks to Joe Plummer
1/17/12 118,694 + Super Brochures are on their way west, to spread the good news of Dr. Paul to voters in Nevada. Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible.
We have a lot to be proud about in regards to the results in Iowa. "We should not be ashamed," sayeth Ron. So now is NOT the time to let up!
After a recap and discussion on the next step for the Super Brochure project, it was decided go directly on to mailing Nevada. With 193,000 Republican Supervoters, Nevada is small! We can finish it off in a couple of weeks, if not sooner. Let's get it out of the way so we can move to other February contests.
The deadline for mailing Florida is Monday Night; Nevada has been extended until 8am Thursday, January 19th!
|Nevada Super Brochure Mailing: Click the map to mail Nevada precincts.|
As bookstewards_dot_com says on his Nevada thread,
How bad do we want this right now?? This is our time! Think about how CLOSE we are. I can feel it; I can sense it. Can you?
Let's take this to the next level. Let's make history together. You, me and our fellow Americans.
Presidential candidate Ron Paul’s campaign committee filed a lawsuit against the unnamed makers of a video deriding former Utah governor Jon Huntsman that falsely implies Paul made or endorsed the video.
It's Over – Only Two Republican Candidates on Virginia Ballot - In the Commonwealth, real change candidate and Champion of the Constitution Ron Paul will face down establishment flip-flopper Mitt Romney
LAKE JACKSON, Texas – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul, the constitutionally-observant candidate of real change, will face down establishment candidate and notorious flip-flopper Mitt Romney in a head-to-head matchup in the Virginia primary.
The Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied four candidates’ appeals to appear on the ballot after their glaring failure to comply with the Commonwealth’s stringent, but widely-known, ballot access requirements.
Former candidate Jon Huntsman and Rick Santorum did not file signatures with the Virginia State Board of Elections at all. Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich did file signatures, but fell short of qualifying. Rick Perry then brought a suit against the state challenging the ballot-access requirements to which all candidates were held, and others failing to qualify joined the suit. When the suit was struck down, an injunction was filed in part to reconcile whether and when paper ballots would be printed, and today the final decision was handed down.
Packed house greets Paul in Rock Hill
ROCK HILL, S.C. -- Nearly 300 people packed into a meeting room at the Holiday Inn in Rock Hill for Republican Party presidential hopeful Ron Paul's campaign event.
Paul said he was excited to see an older generation of voters coming together with younger ones to support him. Paul has traditionally been very popular with younger voters, a demographic that does not show up on Election Day.
He said those in the packed room were there because they wanted liberty.
Embed & Enjoy! What a Man to Have on Our Side!
A Fox News anchor interrupted her co-hosts' interpretation of live-time Twitter votes on GOP candidates answers during Monday's debate to point out the obvious fact which the analyst was avoiding: "Ron Paul didn't just do well, he did the best."