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I have a few words about Mr. Paul

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posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 04:25 PM
Wierd, Katrax I see you posted but cant see your post.

P.S not drinking antifreeze today my friend, just coffee

posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 08:12 PM
More Propaganda from the state run news 'corporations'

At this point Paul was tied with McCain for 2nd

New York Times still completely omits Paul even though he is largely leading Thompson and Giuliani nationally and placed 2nd in Nevada

Fox News switched the numbers on Giuliani and Paul

Reality: Paul is at 4% and Giuliani at 2% in SC

posted on Jan, 19 2008 @ 08:44 PM
After at least the last 16 years I have been paying attention, what would ever convince you that the people elect our public servants?
This one is no different, and Hillary has already been appointed.
Just watch.

posted on Jan, 20 2008 @ 02:31 AM
reply to post by Golack

The first two got cut off. Here's the screenshot:

And then there's CNN:

I didn't watch the CNN one, but I was told that this was scrolling under the screen for over an hour.

posted on Jan, 20 2008 @ 09:36 PM
Im not shocked that the MSM is trying to erase RP from the polls,they are gonna keep dismissing him and his campagin,because he's rattling their cage,if he keeps getting the kind of support he has been he's gonna ruin the plan.

posted on Jan, 21 2008 @ 09:36 AM
Just got a mass email from Dr. Paul:

What a shot in the arm the Nevada caucuses were, where we took the silver as #2, beating McCain, Huckabee, Thompson, and -- of course -- Giuliani. We also got four more delegates. In South Carolina, we beat Rudy again. A big thank you to all our wonderful donors, volunteers, and voters. So many people worked so hard to spread our message of liberty, honest money, peace, and free-market prosperity. I owe you all my deepest gratitude. So do our fellow citizens. So do all future Americans. Most of the mainstream media continue to pretend that we do not exist. Yet soon the race will be down to four candidates-Romney, McCain, Huckabee, and me, and there is no stopping us, as Tim Russert grudgingly pointed out the other night. Thanks to you, we are in this all the way through a brokered convention.

Nevada, by the way, is known as the Silver State for a reason-its great mining industry produced the precious metal for the beautiful silver dollars minted at the fabled Carson City mint. These constitutional coins, include .775 ounces of silver, in accord with the Coinage Act of 1792. Today these coins, worth $1 in my father's day, have about $14 in silver. That is, the dollar is worth 1/14th of what it was, thanks to the counterfeiting Federal Reserve.

The Fed has again taken our country into a terrible crisis. Who else is talking about honest money that cannot be printed up at will by DC bureaucrats? My opponents in both parties are all some variety of print-and-spend Keynesians. Only we are telling the truth, about who is to blame for this recession, and how we can build real prosperity with sound money, no IRS, no deficit, and strict obedience to the Constitution. And, of course, no hyper-expensive, hyper-dangerous empire all around the globe.

When I met with some great ladies in Charleston, all of whom wore beautiful hats, I talked about the young people flocking to our banner. "Don't forget the young at heart," said one. Darn right! A youthful outlook, work ethic, and optimism characterizes all of us. Frederic Bastiat predicted many years ago that liberty would be saved by the young. He might have added the young at heart as well, and how right he was!

I continue to be astounded not only by all our revolutionaries, but by our fellow travelers. Democrats and even the workers for my Republican opponents come up to me to talk about our ideas. They are fascinated, and want to learn more. Reaching so many people doesn't necessarily mean a victory in the next primary, but it counts for the real changes we want in our country, now and for our children and grandchildren.

Of course, I am mainly paying attention to the next primary! We are working hard in Florida, in Louisiana for the caucuses, and then for Super Tuesday in more than 20 states. Meanwhile, the whole world is watching how we do tomorrow in fundraising, on a day dedicated to the memory of Martin
Luther King, the great champion of non-violence at home, peace abroad, and civil disobedience against tyrannical government.

I love, love, love this man!
The Federal Reserve needs a proper beat down for what they have helped do to our country and our economy, Dr. Paul is the only one who is placing the blame and telling it like it is. What does that tell us?
I also love the way he took Gooliani and Thompson out of the race and narrowed it down to Paul, McCain Huck and Romney. If only our media wasnt paid for.
What can we do? Boycot the stations? They have to be losing viewers by now, do they even care? I just cant believe the news casters are able to report with a straight face.

posted on Jan, 21 2008 @ 04:40 PM

Originally posted by SEEWHATUDO
Things I pray for:
Elections in 2008 will be legit
Ron Paul runs on independent ticket so 2 party system is shattered
Ron Paul runs with Kucinich on independent ticket
Paul/Kucinich win by a landslide and records are broken
Paul/Kucinich then start the long and hard process of rebuilding our once great country
Bush/Cheney are convicted of war crimes
We find Laura Bush and set her free (where is she?)
The media gets convicted of fraud and sent to Siberia

That America will once again be the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Which two systems? ...

The BUSH system
The CLINTON system?

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