2 votes

Paul going back up on airwaves with million dollar buy

Paul going back up on airwaves with million dollar buy

Washington (CNN) - Rep. Ron Paul is once again doing what the other presidential campaigns apparently are not doing: Spending lots money to run commercials on broadcast and cable television.

Basically, because its CNN, it seems as though they are trying to say, Ron Paul is spending campaign donors money frivolously on commercial Ads or buying votes somehow... "Million Dollar Buy" Whatever...

Full Article:

Ron Paul Ad:

2 votes

(new) Ron Paul Video as Robin Hood

Ran across this video with Ron Paul as Robin Hood after talking about Ron Paul as Braveheart in chat.

Make sure to skip to 5:00 as it has a real good Ron Paul song in it.

It has some strengths - particularly at the end it is campaigning specifically against Obama - check it out.

I think this is a good idea, and we should switch tactics to campaiging on everything we say as being against Obama, and ignore the other candidates. It makes us look weaker than we are.

0 votes

Help! Anyone Here Have Experience Making Radio Commercial Spots?!


This is a great opportunity to help keep Ron Paul's name and the Rock the R3volution Tour out there for free!

While I have given radio interviews, I've never made a commercial spot in my life, and a Midwest to Texas chain of radio stations just offered to air 30 and 60 second spots about the ROCK THE R3VOLUTION TOUR for free, from as soon as we get them produced and sent to them till the RtRt goes through their part of the country in November.

19 votes

New Ron Paul Ad Running Nationally During the Debate

LAKE JACKSON, Texas - ( – The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign announced a day after the release of its latest advertisement, “Trust”, that the spot will be running twice nationally during tonight’s Republican presidential debate. The ad draws a sharp contrast, pointing out Paul’s longtime conservative credentials and early support of Ronald Reagan, while pointing out Rick Perry’s former chairmanship of Al Gore’s presidential campaign.

0 votes

Ron Paul new ad discussed on Howard Stern Show.

Robin Quivers, Howard's news side kick, played clips from Ron Paul's new ad. This is a great sign.

Send a quick email to the show to say thanks. They might then get the idea of how big his support is and will discuss him even more.

10 votes

Ron Paul Ad on Foxnews - needs comments

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1 vote

Disturbing Romney ads on Ron Paul Google News Searches

Anyone else notice Romney for President Ads on Ron Paul Google Searches in the News Section?

Thats kind of underhanded t makes him seem all too present, any chance the Revolution could return the favor and throw Ron Paul for President Ads on Mitt Romney Searches?

-3 votes

Ron Paul as Frodo Baggins

We may NOT want to make this comparison because I've heard that the Lord of the Rings and Tolkien were Gnostic and were involved in witchcraft, but . . .

The story itself is a great allegory for Ron Paul's fight against the Fed. Think about it.

Frodo was an underdog figure who was the only one with enough integrity/character to be able to 'carry' the burden of the ring and make the trek all the way to Mordor to destroy it.

3 votes

Campaign Support Ideas

Hey everybody, I'm brand new to the forums and I apologize if this topic has already been covered but I couldn't find anything on it on this site.

We all support Ron Paul and we also know that the media throws him under the bus most of the time. A lot of the supporters that I have heard from have done things such as emailing and complaining to the networks, requesting/demanding more coverage. But I am wondering what ideas you all have in terms of circumventing mainstream media, but doing a little more than just putting up a "Ron Paul 2012" sign in your front yard.

Think Different: Ron Paul for President

This looks like a professionally produced ad, and it is great! If you scroll your mouse along the bottom, a menu pops up with a lot of other videos that you can watch as well. I haven't watched them all yet...

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