by Bill Sardi
So what would really happen if Ron Paul were as elected President?
President Paul would immediately push for $1 trillion cut in federal spending (per year, not the $3 trillion that Democrats proposed over 10 years with half of that from increased taxes).
by Ron Paul | Texas Straight Talk
It is not too often I am pleased by the foreign policy announcements from this administration, but last week's announcement that the war in Iraq was in its final stage and all the troops may be home for Christmas did sound promising. I have long said that we should simply declare victory and come home. It should not have taken us nearly a decade to do so, and it was supposed to be a priority for the new administration. Instead, it will be one of the last things done before the critical re-election campaign gets into full swing. Better late than never, but, examining the fine print, is there really much here to get excited about? Are all of our men and women really coming home, and is Iraq now to regain its sovereignty? And in this time of economic crisis, are we going to stop hemorrhaging money in Iraq? Sadly, it doesn't look that way.
We need to make sure he can run ads in all 50 states.
The king of presidential advertising so far this year in Iowa’s largest television market is Ron Paul, a Des Moines Register review of public records shows.
The Texas representative has spent more than $230,000 on TV ads, more than six times that of any other candidate still in the race.
It also far overshadows the nearly $29,000 ad buy his Lone Star peer in the race, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, launched Wednesday.
For Iowans who dislike the quadrennial barrage of political ads leading up to the Iowa caucuses, there may be some good news: The total of $487,000 spent so far at the Des Moines CBS and NBC affiliates is a trickle compared to the nearly $8.6 million paid to those stations in the 2008 caucus cycle, $3.6 million of it by Republicans.
My First Post To The Daily Paul and My Contribution to the Campaign
This graph was made to bring awareness to all voters and to provoke people to think about who they should consider voting for. Many are surprised to learn who raises the most money from our active duty but it's no surprise to Ron Paul supporters. I hope you all enjoy.
My sources for these numbers including a bunch of different charts can be found on my website at RonPaulRonPaul.com
I caught a segment on CNN today where host Don Lemon was talking to Goldie Taylor (Political Analyst/Social Critic and Managing Editor of TheGrio.com) about Ron Paul. She said that she was sitting around on twittter with some friends talking about the last debate and a lot of them said that Ron Paul was making sense...to us. And that she didn't count him out of winning Iowa. "Ron Paul can turn them up and turn them out."
Politico: Paul Campaign Responds to Cain Story
"We plan to beat Herman Cain on the issues, like his support for TARP and his cozy relationship with the Federal Reserve, not by assaulting his character," Benton told POLITICO.
NY Times Exposes Obama's Troop Withdrawal Myth - U.S. Planning Troop Buildup in Gulf After Exit From IraqSubmitted by lovvvveΩ™ on Sun, 10/30/2011 - 14:24
U.S. Planning Troop Buildup in Gulf After Exit From Iraq
MacDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. — The Obama administration plans to bolster the American military presence in the Persian Gulf after it withdraws the remaining troops from Iraq this year, according to officials and diplomats. That repositioning could include new combat forces in Kuwait able to respond to a collapse of security in Iraq or a military confrontation with Iran.
This is an excellent interview where Ron is provided with plenty of time to provide answers to questions. Especially interesting is that he talks seriously about the potential coming dollar collapse, why we should not pay the federal reserve the 1.7 trillion dollars it says is owed by the American people and much more. Enjoy!
Article about the interview:
Here is my Ron Paul pumpkin for 2011:
I hope this inspires others to get carving and show support :)
My effort from last year can be found here, with a template too:
Ron Paul spoke to a crowd of 250+ in Hampstead, New Hampshire on 10/28/11. I'm sorry about the couple of cut-outs in this.
Ron Paul wins both tallies at GOP pres. straw poll in Iowa
October 29th, 2011 04:00 PM ET
Ron Paul @ NFRA
The National Federation of Republican Assemblies is having a “presidential preference convention” in Des Moines today.
Read more: http://okhenderson.com/2011/10/29/ron-paul-nfra/
Ron Paul targets terrorists ... inside U.S. government
'I fear erosion of our liberties, economy more than any foreign adversary'
NYC LibertyHQ phone banking video. This is impressive. Way to go guys.
"The world is a dangerous place not because of those who do evil but because of those who look on and do nothing -- Albert Einstein
"Be the change you want to see in this world" -- Gandhi
"Have fun with the revolution" -- Ron Paul
Friends of Liberty!
Millions of Americans use Twitter social network every day.
Many of them are already supporters of Dr. Ron Paul but many others are yet to be educated about the good doctor and his powerful message of restoration of the Republic -- message of Liberty peace and prosperity.
This Я Ξ √ Ω L U T ↑ ☼ N is alive because of so many great grassroots ideas -- activist efforts put to work in their many various creative forms.
Money Bomb fundraisers info booths at events sign waving by highways and many other forms of direct activist actions.
This coming Saturday October 29th let's stand tall for Liberty educating thousands of people about Ron Paul on Twitter!
Paulinated Twitter Will Make Neocons Bitter!