We need to start getting more consistently strategic. We need to be planning way out into the future. That's where our successes have come from. The sign bomb, the BTO money bomb, the Values Voter poll: these were all prepared ahead of time.
So whats happening with the debate in nevada next week? Are people arranging to get there and sign wave? Is anyone trying to get inside and watch? We should be there in big numbers! That's our state!
Here is a post debate poll that Herman Cain is currently winning:
At this time, Herman Cain has 72% to Ron Paul's 12%.
Article just out!
Ron Paul 2012!
Edit- Appears someone else also posted after me.
Here is another article out. The numbers are amazing!
Ron Paul Wins Bloomberg...
I love it! Go Ron!
By Paul Joseph Watson
Establishment favorite and former Federal Reserve insider Herman Cain brazenly lied during last night’s Republican debate when he denied that he had opposed an audit of the Fed, a claim that was proven false within hours by Ron Paul’s campaign team.
Ron is behind, let's get him caught up!!!
Herman Cain - 39.5%
Ron Paul - 30.95%
Mitt Romney 15.01%
Rick Perry 2.76%
Three candidates (Romney, Cain, and Perry) were given almost 35% more turns at speaking then the other 5 candidates.
Here's the latest in the Ron Paul PWNAGE series:
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The problem with these debates are two things.
#1. Simply too many people in the debates right now. We're just gonna have to be patient. It's not all a conspiracy - there's just so many people to get to, and let's face it - the front runners GET MORE ATTACKS so they GET MORE REPONSES. That's just the nature of the beast right now. But as we roll along, eventually it'll be down to say 4. Then we can figure out where we are.
In July 2011, a partial audit of the Federal Reserve as authorized by Congress revealed an unprecedented $16.1 trillion in unreported loans to U.S. financial institutions and foreign financial institutions.
On December 29, 2010, Herman Cain flatly denied the need for a Federal Reserve audit.
Herman Cain served as the Deputy Chairman (1992-1994) and Chairman (1995-1996) of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Out with the old and in with the...old? Back by popular demand, Mitt Romney was the man of the hour, nearly doubling the talking time of the nearest candidate Rick Perry. Speaking for 16:10 (mm:ss), Mitt Romney's face-time took up over 25% of the total time given to candidates for talking. Rick Perry, with 8:49 (and still good enough for 2nd most spoken), has truly fallen from grace when no one is taking shots at him anymore, 0 responses, as opposed to the 4 responses from the last debate with Fox.
Anyone have the per candidate totals for 'total time' and 'questions asked'?
Thanks in advance!
Cain Tries a back flip of his own and Ron Paul face Plants the Fed.
Video collection of the fed, Cain, Paul and the solution of competing currencies.
At the GOP debate Tuesday night, Ron Paul, the longest-serving advocate of a Fed audit in Congress, asked Herman Cain, a former director of the Kansas City Fed, why he opposed an audit of the central bank, and why he called advocates of such an audit ignorant.
Bloomberg debate poll. It says vote for 2 but don't.