A friend of mine attended UMiami and saw Ron Paul debate there in 2007. Apparently he speaks fluent Spanish, while most other candidates don't. It would be awesome if a hispanic RP supporter submitted a youtube question for tomorrow's debate, then at the end said "bonus points if the candidates answer in Spanish."
Accodring to this article:
Johnson will be at the debate Thursday as well.
What do you think? Just to take time away from Ron?
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Congressman Paul has received more campaign contributions from active military than the rest of you combined. What do you know that so many of our troops serving abroad just don't get?
Benji Thompson, Lakeland, Florida
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.
http://yt-debates.appspot.com/question/5436712 - Can you go vote for this for me? It is a debate question for the upcoming FOX debate that plays to Ron Paul's strength - the roll of government in financing debt.
A DP member of the military submited this question for the debate, Let's vote it up and make headlines!Submitted by RonPaulRocks1 on Tue, 09/20/2011 - 09:17
Here is the direct link to vote for Benji's question:
EDIT 2: MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A YOU TUBE ACCOUNT AND ARE SIGNED IN TO VOTE!
I finally found it! Make sure you have a you tube account and are signed in when you vote. It said as of 12:17am only 2 votes?? Here some tips from others to help find it. Also if anyone is a member of other RP forums, let them know and also our email lists.
With the help of RonPaulRocks1, I just created a question video for the upcoming Fox News | Google Debate.
The video can be watched here:
Here are the steps you can take to help get the video plugged into the debate:
Unfortunately there is no way to provide a direct URL to my video.
However, it's not too difficult to find!!
1. Go to www.youtube.com/foxnews
2. Click the "vote" tab in the upper left
So how do we get the attention of Drudge?
Should we all submit this thread to his news story submit form?
Should we tweet this all around?
I think Drudge would have a fair and honest debate, probably better than any so far barring Jim Demint's forum (did he decide a winner yet?)
BUMP and rate this up BECAUSE we need the American People to have a fair view of the candidates.
Funny, but true:
"Among my least favorite clichés is that one about “speaking truth to power.” It’s easy to speak truth to powerful people. There aren’t many of them and they don’t care what you say.
"What really takes nerve is to speak truth to knuckleheads. There are tens of millions of them. And they get to vote.
"That is the charm of Ron Paul. I think I can say, without fear of contradiction, that no politician in recent history has irritated so many knuckleheads in so few words..." (Mulshine, http://blog.nj.com/njv_paul_mulshine/2011/09/reaction_to_ron...).
Some of us were brought into political adulthood reading Walt Kelly’s masterful creation, Pogo, the lovable character living in the Okefenokee Swamp of Georgia. From dialogue used in that comic strip, many were the quotes that attained temporary or even permanent fame, but one topped them all: “We have met the enemy and he is us.” And Kelly’s reference point was not only the environment but his belief that we are… all of us, responsible for our myriad pollution: public, private and political.
"Give me liberty or give me death" is the state motto of Gov. Romney's state of New Hampshire, adopted 1945. Do you think Dr. Paul should remind Gov. Romney of this when the "let him die" topic comes up again? There's a reason for that state motto and it's not just because it's a catchy pop tune!!