Nomination

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Infowars Insider Reports On GOP Strategist Saying That Paul Can Win GOP Nomination

The free subscription email newsletter has this article about the segment on Judge Napolitano's Freedom Watch with the Judge interviewing GOP Strategist Jack Burkman.

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By Paul Joseph Watson

Republican Strategist Jack Burkman told Fox Business host Judge Andrew Napolitano that "Ron Paul could win the GOP nomination," given the fact that Perry and Romney's campaigns have started to crumble whereas Herman Cain has no real political experience.

Watch the video here - http://youtu.be/QQF4LbLq-fk

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Don't worry about polls: Become a Delegate

We all know the polls are created to shape the people's opinions. They are orchestrated tools to discourage participation.

Becoming a delegate at your local level is where we will change things.

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Stop wasting your time and energy with the primary process. Become a delegate.

I went through the process last time and got to our state convention. It was rough. The establishment lied, cheated, stole, and bent rules to their own ends.

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How Presidents and Nominees Were Doing in October (i.e. Paul CAN Win)

Some quick links and numbers for anyone who questions Paul's poll performance.

At this time in 1975 Jimmy Carter was polling at 1%
In September 1991 Clinton was at 3%

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=...

In Oct. 2003 Kerry was at 13%

http://www.cnn.com/2003/ALLPOLITICS/10/09/elec04.poll.democr...

In Oct. 2007 Obama was at 23% (vs. Clinton's 51%)

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/10/25/opinion/polls/main...

And in Florida McCain was at 9%

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Make Sure You Are Registered Republican if Your State Requires. Also, Become a Ron Paul Delegate

We need to get the word out that everyone must be registered Republican in their states to vote for Ron Paul in the Republican primaries. He must win the Republican nomination or it is over for Ron Paul! And some states require you to be registered well in advance (even months) of the primaries. So, it is important if you are not already a registered Republican to check with your state.

Also, please look in to becoming a delegate for Ron Paul in your district/state. http://www.dailypaul.com/174154/red-alert-we-need-ron-paul-d...

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Does RP2012 have a "path to the nomination" mapped out?

I hear lots of talk about how the early primaries might play out. Of course, I understand, pundits discount Ron Paul in all of them. (except maybe Iowa) But I've yet to hear of anything about a strategy for securing the nomination. Is this simply going to be a shotgun approach and let's just hope we "do our best" in each state as it comes up, or is there some actual strategy about how it might be possible to win this or that early primary?

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I'm voting for Obama

Only if Ron Paul isnt nominated. Ive been around for over 4 years. By the time the primaries get here Ron Paul should be coming in around 20%. We could hand the election to Obama.

Im not voting for anyone in the GOP. They are all as bad of liars as Obama. None will end the wars, reform monetary policy, slash government, restore our rights or do anything that they promise. We can count on all of them to sound just like the real frontrunner though.

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Fmr. Bush / McCain Advisor: "Ron Paul can win this nomination!"

From the Reading Beyond the Headlines Department. [Special thanks to Christian H.]

The headline of this CNN article reads, Analysts: GOP debate showed tight two-man race. You don't even have to read the article to know who they're talking about. Ergo, there is little need to read the article. And most people don't.

But if you happen to make it all the way to the end, you'll find these three most curious paragraphs:

Mark McKinnon, a former adviser to President George W. Bush and Sen. John McCain in their presidential campaigns, said the debate contained "great theater, good fireworks. Rick Perry is the front-runner and he did nothing last night to knock himself off that status. Mitt Romney was solid as he has been in the recent debates."

McKinnon also complained that Texas Rep. Ron Paul "gets ignored by the media" but has a great deal of popularity.

"If the economy doesn't get better than it is right now, Ron Paul can be the nominee and win this nomination," McKinnon said.

Read the whole thing at CNN

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A Five Things List

Hey every dailypauler. It's been a few years, but I'm really glad to be back campaigning for Ron Paul. It appears the movement has made some great progress over the last four years, but we still have a few mountains to move to actually win this nomination. So I've decided to help contribute again to the Ron Paul campaign by enhancing his name recognition and educating primary voters in the cause of liberty.

Only Ron Paul can beat Hillary

Take it you've seen the Orange County Register article that explains why we can't win against Hillary with a Rudy or a Mitt. I agree. There isn't too much difference between Rudy and Hillary so the elitists really don't care which one wins. They can't control someone who is his own person like Ron Paul.

In the "there's not a dime's worth of difference" category, check out this powerful article. It also opines that if we don't nominate someone like Ron Paul, we will get Hillary.

Ron Paul Fights Powerful Plutocracy

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