190 votes

Do we still want Ron Paul to win the Republican nomination?

My answer is YES and this is how we do it. Right now is a critical time in the history of America. And we all know that the time to make a difference is now. Right now there is a critical battle going on in the MT Rushmore state it is a battle between the status quo and true Liberty.

This battle is between Mitt Romney & Ron Paul. And South Dakota could decide the delegates that either nominate Mitt Romney or nominate Ron Paul. I believe we can win with your help. Ron Paul has done very well in South Dakota polling & has even won some of them. BUT the only way we can win is with your help. The grassroots campaign here in South Dakota is very dedicated and we are running a strong campaign and are doing everything we can to win this state. But right now we NEED your help, your dedication & your time in order to win this crucial battle.

Our website is www.southdakotaforliberty.com.

146 votes

PAULFEST is gaining steam! Tampa Bay Times: Ron Paul fans work to put on festival just before Republican National Convention!

TAMPA — Supporters of presidential candidate Ron Paul are negotiating to hold a three-day festival of music, entertainment and activism at the Florida State Fairgrounds immediately before the Republican National Convention.

Paul Festival 2012 would run from Aug. 24-26, ending the day before the convention begins.

Details like ticket prices and who would be on stage have not been announced, but the festival could draw 20,000 or more people a day, estimated Deborah Robinet, an organizer who lives near San Diego, Calif.

211 votes

Ron Paul Supporters Are Now Suing The Oklahoma State GOP

"Attorneys representing grassroots supporters of presidential candidate Ron Paul delivered a letter, dated Tuesday, May 22nd to Oklahoma GOP Chairman Matt Pinnell challenging the, "the legitimacy and legality of the purported selection of at-large delegates, and alternates to the Republican National Convention at the May 12, 2012 Oklahoma Republican Party Convention."


90 votes

Doug Wead: Smoke and Mirrors in Louisiana

The Republican Party of Louisiana has a history of protecting the establishment. They have placed a number of landmines throughout their caucus and convention processes to make it extremely difficult for Ron Paul supporters to make it all of the way to the floor of the Republican National Convention.

One simple example is a cleverly written rule, which allowed the LAGOP to abruptly change the date of the caucus. As soon as the state party realized how organized we were, the date of the election was changed from early February to late April. The date change created the unprecedented scenario of putting the Louisiana primary BEFORE the caucus. Something that has never happened before in this state and is unlikely to ever happen again.

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151 votes

Ron Paul Supporter, Thomas Massie, WINS Congressional Primary

Thomas Massie has won his primary for Congress in Kentucky's 4th Congressional District!

With 99.8% reporting, the results are:

Thomas Massie 19,684 44.8%
Alecia Webb-Edgington 12,546 28.6%
Gary Moore 6,513 14.8%
Walter Schumm 3,513 8.0%
Marc Carey 782 1.8%
Tom Wurtz 598 1.4%
Brian Oerther 257 0.6%

156 votes

MA delegates asked to sign affidavit that they will vote for Romney on first ballot

UPDATE & DISCLAIMER:To the delegates who are affected directly by this communication: DO NOT take any advice listed in the comments without first consulting with the Official Campaign directly. As with all free advice on the internet, you get what you pay for.

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Massachusetts delegates to the RNC in Tampa have received a letter and affidavit that they are being asked to sign and return, affirming that, under the pain and penalty of perjury, they will vote for Mitt Romney in the first round of voting.

Below is the text of the letter and affidavit, transcribed by me, as it was read to me over the phone by an elected Massachusetts delegate. What should they do?

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Dear Massachusetts Republican Delegates and Massachusetts Republican Alternate Delegates,

170 votes

Nevada Video: Ron Paul Supporters Like "Swarm Of Killer Bees!"


The failure to recognize what it takes to win an election, these very avid Ron Paul people who are more committed to a philosophy, much of which we all share -- small government, limited spending -- more committed to a philosophy than they are getting Republicans elected. It's time they got behind Romney.
These people are like a swarm of killer bees. They are just so determined and so passionate about what they believe, I don't think they'd listen to Gov. Sandoval or anybody else. They just have a mind of their own which is just pretty confusing for a lot of people. ~ Bob List

Related: Clark County Republican Central Committee Condemns Actions of RNC for Violation of RNC Rule 11 (a)

112 votes

Paul Festival! Please read.

As many of you know a Festival is being organized in Florida to Honor Dr. Paul and the message of freedom. We plan on making this the largest festival for freedom the world has ever seen and we are glad to have your support.

Coming soon will be the official announcement of Paul Festival with an initial line up of bands, speakers and other special guests.

Donations are coming in to help make this event happen as well. We want to thank everyone for their donations. This is a grassroots project organized by an all volunteer group. Thank you for your support! The R3evolution is winning. All the hard work with the delegate process is paying off! We have a reason to celebrate and honor Dr. Paul for taking the leadership role and making the message of freedom popular again!


Thank you and keep going to http://www.paulfestival.com and help spread the word.

The Paul Festival Team!

130 votes

Live Stream: Oklahoma State GOP Delegate Binding - 5:00pm CST

At approximately 5:00PM CST, (Oklahoma time), the "Liberty Live Stream Team", will stream LIVE video and audio on this Ustream channel,


and will report to the best of their ability on proceedings at:

Oklahoma State Republican Headquarters:

4031 N Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK
Phone: 405.528.3501
Fax: 405.521.9531

The purpose of the event, (meeting), is for each delegate/alternate from districts and with "At Large" status, to choose which candidate they will be bound to. Committee assignments will be made as well.

Main speakers and presenters will include Lukus Collins and Steve Dickson.

The national delegates/alternates from the "Parking Lot Convention" will be in attendance as they will press the issue of the legitimacy of the continuation of the convention in the "Parking Lot" and the selection of delegates and alternates there.

62 votes

Gingrich to Romney: Watch Out for Ron Paul Delegates

Haha! They are like deer in the headlights right now..


"Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said the biggest danger facing the Mitt Romney campaign was the “Ron Paul forces.”

Gingrich, in an appearance on Sean Hannity Radio Monday, warned that the Republican National Convention could get out of hand if the Romney campaign didn’t come with a clear plan. “I think the biggest danger in the short run is that they not think through how they’re going to handle the convention in Tampa, and how they’re going to handle the Ron Paul forces,” Gingrich said.

Gingrich was at the state convention in Georgia last weekend and said the ”Ron Paul people” were out in force. “In the end they lost, but there were a couple of hours when it was pretty raucous,” Gingrich said. “As you know, the Ron Paul people won in Minnesota. I think they won in a number of other states. And so they’ve got a pretty good contingent.”


160 votes

Thank you for your dedication, Liberty patriots in Arkansas and Kentucky! (Updated 05/23)

In the May 22 Arkansas and Kentucky Presidential Primaries, Dr. Paul saw his total votes, and vote share, substantially increase when compared with 2008:

2008: 10,983 (4.79% of vote)
2012: 20,264 (13.42% of vote)
84.50% increase in total votes, 180.17% increase in percentage of vote

2008 source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arkansas_Republican_primary,_2008
2012 source: http://elections.msnbc.msn.com/ns/politics/2012/arkansas/rep...

2008: 13,427 (6.79% of vote)
2012: 22,071 (12.53% of vote)

207 votes

VIDEO: Ron Paul Suddenly Seems Electable! Family Friendly Version

I've Had Many Requests To MakeThis Family Friendly Version of 'How Can ROMNEY OBAMA Compete with Ron Paul' So That They Could Share It More Widely:



347 votes

High School Students Applaud Ron Paul!

I am running for President of my class in my high school. Today, there was an open forum where a member of the faculty asked the candidates questions and the students would listen.

The other candidates and I went through some relatively easy questions, no big deal. Then came the question, who is one person who is alive that you would consider your role model? Others answered the question first, and then it came to me.

I said, "Congressman Ron Paul."

Immediately, I got the LOUDEST applause from essentially EVERYONE in the room, and there was no louder applause before or after that!

112 votes

Romney Losing Ground To Obama While Paul Collects Delegates

by Kevin Kervick | Examiner.com

Mitt Romney has experienced an eleven point swing in his poll numbers vs. President Obama in just over one week, according to a daily tracking poll of likely voters from Rasmussen Reports. Just over a week ago, Romney was leading President Obama by eight percentage points at 50 - 42%. In today's poll, the President leads Romney by three percentage points at 47 - 44%.

While it is early in the election season, such a dramatic shift in the President's favor cannot be seen as good news for Governor Romney.

To make matters worse for the Romney team, Congressman Paul continues to gain on Romney by racking up delegates in state after state. This weekend, Congressman Paul won thirty-two out of forty delegates in Minnesota, further narrowing Governor Romney's delegate lead heading into the GOP national convention in August.

Continue reading at: Examiner.com

74 votes

Audio, MN Public Radio: "Ron Paul has Texas-size influence in Minnesota GOP"!

Ron Paul has Texas-size influence in Minnesota GOP

by Mark Zdechlik, Minnesota Public Radio
May 21, 2012

ST. PAUL, Minn. — An overwhelming majority of the Minnesota delegation to this summer's Republican National Convention will be going to Tampa, Fla., as Ron Paul delegates.

The Texas congressman had a huge influence on last weekend's Minnesota GOP convention in St. Cloud. Beyond nearly sweeping the national delegates, state Rep. Kurt Bills, Paul's endorsed candidate to take on Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar this fall, won the GOP endorsement over two other Republicans.

Paul, a Republican presidential candidate, was on hand for both days of the Minnesota Republican convention, his presence carefully choreographed to appease the large contingent of his supporters.

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