The Ron Paul New Year’s Eve Money Bomb

The time is now

The Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary are only a few days away. Wyoming, Michigan, Nevada, South Carolina, Florida and Maine will soon follow. But on February 5th, nearly 20 other states will hold their contests on the same day! That’s right. In just six short weeks, the Republican nominee for president will likely be determined.

As Wikipedia explains: “In the Spring of 2007, upwards of 20 states with over half the delegates to the national conventions moved to change their primary dates to 5 February 2008, creating the largest ‘Super Tuesday’ to date. Newswriters and political pundits have noted that this will dwarf the Super Tuesday primaries in previous cycles, creating a ‘Giga Tuesday’ or ‘Super Duper Tuesday.'”

A year’s worth of work is coming down to the next several weeks. Victory can be ours. But we must triple our efforts and triple the amount of money raised right away.

To run radio and television ads in 20 states simultaneously will cost a fortune. Not to mention the cost of voter contact mailings to those 20 states. And then there is the cost of contacting hundreds of thousands of people by phone. All of this, plus other projects, will cost $23 million more than we presently have in the bank.

The progress we’ve made in 11 months is phenomenal. The dedication, creativity, generosity, and just plain hard work by you and tens of thousands of other Americans have already made history.

But we are not finished making history! First, Ron Paul becomes the Republican nominee. Second, Dr. Paul becomes President Paul. Third, our country becomes America again.

The time is now. Please make your most generous donation today. Go to


Kent Snyder
Ron Paul 2008


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