I think all of us here at the DailyPaul should take heed to the wonderful tact displayed by the "Listener" in voicing his/her points on Dr. Paul's electability. Also, the point made is a wonderful one to counter such frivolous comments regarding Dr. Paul's electability or his "chances".
This was an interesting interview. Jerry allowed Jefferey Lord to explain himself and his accusations.
You can hear it here http://www.jerrydoyle.com/doyle-ron-paul-jeffrey-lord
by Kathie Obradovich
Des Moines Register
"I took a few days away from candidates, press releases, bus tours, talking points and Twitter last week. I managed to avoid thinking about politics — except for one burning question that people asked me all the time, even on the golf course: “Why are the news media ignoring Ron Paul?”
I was aware, of course, that the Texas congressman and GOP presidential candidate had an incredulity problem. His campaign’s success has done little to crack the iron-clad sentiment among some pundits that he’s a fringe candidate in no danger of winning the nomination, let alone the White House.
So I was surprised when I cranked up Google on Monday morning..."
I posted this in "economics" too, but i think it could potentially help bring people over to our side.
This site does a really good job of laying out an overview of the system in a easy to understand way. Might help some people understand what Paul is trying to say when he gets the 30 seconds to explain the economy in the debates.
During last night's Jeopardy, Rand (and Ron) were featured in one of the questions (answers).
It was during Teen Jeopardy Week and one of the girls got the answer right away.
So the Paul's are definitely becoming house-hold names.
I was amused by this - Plus (of course) I had the answer right away!
I think it was for a $600.00 question under a category named "Mid Term Elections."
We registered 30 Ron Paul voters in one day standing outside the entry of the Fair with Ron Paul signs. The GOP booth registered 50 all week. So I think we should be going to gatherings like farmers markets, concerts and so on to register Ron Paul voters.
I tell them I am not endorsing the Republican Party just Ron Paul.
Join the Republican Party and vote in the primary. Then leave the party if you want.
I read something about this a few weeks ago, though I haven't been able to find any more on it since. So today I put it together. I don't know that I'll post any more - I'm really just passing through and leaving this here.
Imagine a hundred people doing this to a hundred notes each... That's 10,000 bills like this floating around. There's another kind of money bomb for ya. ;)
I just finished watching the recut version of "For Liberty" and I must say that it was excellent! I noticed that the movie had some coverage of the famous Ron Paul blimp from the 2008 election. So when I finished watching the movie, I went online and did some research. I found a website that wants to bring back the blimp in 2012. At the bottom of one of the pages on the blimp, they have an area to pledge money for a relaunching for the blimp in 2012.
I encourage everyone to pledge money for the blimp! Here is the link:
Did anyone see JEOPARDY tonight? Rand and Ron were one of the answers on tonight's game...the question....PAUL!
It is always important to look at what the market is telling us. Right now, the market is telling us that they want a woman in the white house.
I am not for affirmative action here, it is simply my contention that a ticket with a woman on it is a winning ticket. And if we do end up winning in the end, imagine the historical significance of a Paul presidency ushering the first woman into the vice presidency!