TRENDING: Conservative leader discounts Paul win
(CNN) - The president of the Family Research Council characterized Rep. Ron Paul's weekend win in the Values Voter Summit straw poll as "an outlier."
Tony Perkins, who heads the social conservative group, said the Republican presidential candidate influenced the results by busing supporters to the event, proving his 37% support is not reflective of social conservative backing nationally.
The media distorts everything that Ron Paul does. Just look at this Straw Poll win for Ron Paul in DC. The headlines are already coming out and RP is being ignored. We need to do something about it.
If you make videos or if you are the Revolution Super Pac, you should start making your videos with a start like this:
This Is Another Video About The Things The Main Stream Media About Does Not Want You To Hear Or See!
We need to call attention to the blackout by MSM on every video.
I know it's a very low probability, but,
With nearly every single news media starved for another GOP candidate that they can use to take the little spotlight they have on Ron Paul OFF Ron Paul, wouldn't it be a nice surprise if during his 1pm speech Christie gets behind Ron Paul for presidency?
It'd be so awesome.
__ARE THE YOUTH TOO BLIND TO SEE THE TRUTH?_
The youth who seem to support Obama, are the same that will carry the debt/spending burden. They appear to be unconcerned about the consequences of excessive big GOV spending.
Ron Paul is the antithesis of the cold-hearted, treasonous, and two-faced establishment that owns Washington, as well as their political, academic and media whores.
Washington’s criminal establishment is responsible for evil crimes against the American people such as the murder of President John F. Kennedy, the false flag 9/11 attacks that started the illegal war on terror, and the 2008 robbery of the American people via bank bailouts and Federal Reserve money printing.
Rep. Ron Paul raised more than $1 million this week for his presidential campaign through another “moneybomb,’’ as he calls them—a technique pioneered by Paul supporters that uses Internet appeals to gin up thousands of small contributions on a single day.
This one, to mark Constitution Day on Sept. 17, raised about $1.4 million.
It was the fifth “moneybomb” of the 2012 cycle for the Texas congressman; the largest haul, of $1.8 million, came on Aug. 20 and marked the candidate’s 76th birthday.
SIOUX CITY -- Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul drew applause Tuesday when he told an audience of about 200 that he supports a return to a monetary system based on the gold standard.
Even more of those who gathered for the Texas congressman's town-hall-style campaign stop here clapped and shouted in agreement when Paul spoke in support of a much less interventionist foreign policy for the United States. That talk resulted in several applause lines for Paul, who finished second in the Iowa Republican Party straw poll in August.
This is a hot topic over at the 2012 forum, but I do not see it here. Benji, a fellow DP'er and reservist, has submitted an AWESOME question for the Fox Debate. The Fox/YouTube question site says they will decide which video questions to play for the candidates based upon number of votes.
Here's another one in our occasional posts about political odd couples: Turns out actor Vince Vaughn also likes GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul.
I keep seeing segments on the news that, not only are voters fed up with Obama and the Democrats, but with congressional Republicans too!
I see this as a great big opportunity for the Tea Party movement in the primaries next year!
People are fed up with big government politics as usual, while the nation is threatened by collapse because of their borrowing, spending, wasting, big government games, antics and political theater drama.
After watching Congressman Ron Paul get booed at Tampa, we were struck with the thought that it could be, in effect, his last address. The congressman from Texas had been winning his share of the Republican debates by focusing on limited government, constitutional fundamentals, and sound money, the virtues of which are thrown into ever sharper relief with each lunge by the Democrats for federal power.
Rep. Ron Paul knows he's not the most silver-tongued in the field of 2012 presidential candidates, something that's been painfully obvious during the recent gantlet of televised debates. "At times I've been criticized for my lack of ability to give public speeches and all these other things," he said at an August campaign stop in New Hampshire. "But I'll tell you what, where I get my energy is from the people like you who are energized because of the very valuable message. I've never backed off on the message."
Go to http://www.voicemyvote.com/ right now and vote for Ron. There are only a total of 223 votes so far. Fishy?
Here are the words of The Gipper, Ronald Reagan, and presidential candidate Ron Paul, side by side. In 1976, Ron Paul was one of only four congressmen to support Reagan against the establishment. The two have much in common.