Sunday, August 21, 2011

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul has whirlwind weekend

Presidential candidate Ron Paul had a whirlwind week. Starting Wednesday, August 17th, Dr. Paul's new campaign headquarters opened in Concord, New Hampshire and hundreds of people came to see him speak; pictured above.
Grand opening speech here:

Then on Friday, Ron was the keynote speaker at the 3rd annual Liberty Summit in Orlando Florida.
See speech here:

On Saturday, Congressman Paul topped the New Hampshire Young Republicans Straw poll with 45%:
* Ron Paul, 45%
* Mitt Romney, 10%
* Rick Perry, 8%
* Thaddeus McCotter, 8%
* Gary Johnson, 6%
* Herman Cain, 5%
* Michele Bachmann, 5%
* Jon Huntsman, 3%
* Rick Santorum, 3%
* Newt Gingrich, 1%
* Paul Ryan, 1%
* Rudy Giuliani, 1%

And... to celebrate Congressman Paul's birthday on Saturday the 20th, starting at midnight Eastern time on Friday, a money bomb exploded. By midnight Eastern Sunday night, Representative Paul's campaign war chest increased by over $1.7 million.

Happy Birthday

Dr. Ron Paul!

Friday, August 19, 2011

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul and Wife Carol, in Iowa

"The Ron Paul wave has not crested yet. It will continue to grow because real answers are nowhere else to be found." -- Moses

"They [the status quo] have good reason to be terrified of Ron Paul -- unlike Obama/Bush/Romney/Perry, etc, he isn't bought and paid for by big banks. This nonsense of bailing out banks and financial companies who engage in risky behavior (because they know they will be bailed out) will be over, as will all the corporate welfare. The big military companies are terrified because we won't be constantly attacking foreign nations and giving them sweetheart deals for programs that don't work.

The Federal Reserve and the military industrial complex is absolutely terrified right now at how Dr. Paul is surging in the polls. He is beating Perry in Texas, and in third place in iowa and new hampshire, while just four points behind perry in new hampshire. Ron Paul's message of peace and liberty are far more powerful than the neo-con and establishment media's marching orders they received -- and things are only going to get worse for them in the days of the internet. Why else would anywhere from 500 to over 1,000 (depending on reports) people show up for Congressman Paul opening up his campaign headquarters in New Hampshire in a state where presidential candidates are a dime a dozen? As Lew Rockwell said, the media is experiencing blowback, and there is nothing they can do about it.

The Revolution is growing by leaps and bounds every day." -- neocontrotsky

"In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a scarce man; brave, hated, and scorned. When his cause succeeds, however, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."

- - Mark Twain