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Ron Paul’s Veterans Day Money Bomb – 11/11/11!

Ron Paul’s Veterans Day Money Bomb – 11/11/11!

He served. As an Air Force veteran, Ron Paul not only understands what it means to serve his country, but he also understands the costs of an adventurous foreign policy. Both the blood and treasure of a nation is exhausted in a time of war, and Ron Paul is the only one who has been consistent in his support of a non-interventionist foreign policy for decades.

That is why on November 11, 2011, thousands of average Americans, as well as Veterans, all across the country, will donate to the “Veterans Day Money Bomb” to honor Ron Paul for his service to this nation, as well as his admirable principles that have earned him the title as the “Champion of the Constitution.” It’s time to bring the troops home.

This is your chance to make a difference. Please pledge to support the “Veterans Day Money Bomb” by signing up to the right, and donating on November 11, 2011 at RonPaul2012.com.

RON PAUL: The Military’s Choice

Why are the top three contributors to Ron Paul’s campaign the US Army, US Navy and the US Air Force? Ron Paul receives more military donations than all the other GOP presidential candidates, and President Obama combined. As an Air Force veteran, Ron Paul not only understands what it means to serve his country, but he also understands the costs of an adventurous foreign policy. Both the blood and treasure of a nation are exhausted in a time of war, and Ron Paul is the only one who has been consistent in his support of a non-interventionist foreign policy for decades.

On November 11, 2011, thousands of average Americans, Veterans and military all across the country, will donate to the “Support Them Now” Veterans Day Money Bomb to honor Ron Paul for his service to this nation, as well as his admirable principles that have earned him the title of the “Champion of the Constitution.” It’s time to bring the troops home.

This is your chance to make a difference. Please pledge to donate at least $100 to the Veterans Day “Support Them Now” Money Bomb by signing up to the left. Our goal is to collect 17,000 pledges, the same amount of pledges we collected on the $4.3 million November 5th Money Bomb in 2007. On November 11, please only donate at RonPaul2012.com.

Please invite your friends, and tell them that it is essential that Americans all across the country donate to Ron Paul at RonPaul2012.com on November 11, 2011.

Pledge here:
http://www.supportthemnow.com/
https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=163195827101460&ref=ts

Join the conversation at:
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A Letter to Ron Paul Supporters

I’ve needed to get this off my chest for a while. As a full disclosure, I don’t work for Dr. Paul’s campaign or represent him in any way. I am simply a passionate supporter of his who feels the need to discuss some concerns.

This election cycle, I truly believe that Ron Paul has a chance to make it to the Presidency if the momentum keeps moving his way. His polling numbers are up, he is being taken more seriously by some in the media, and his campaign is much more organized than last time. There will always be some who will marginalize him because of his philosophy or due to his alleged “un-electability”. This, however is not why I am writing this.

For several years now, I have noticed that while Dr. Paul’s supporters are the most knowledgeable and passionate people I know, they also have a tendency to be some of the most obnoxious. I’m sure this isn’t news to most of you. Most of us know how we are viewed by the establishment and the media.

The problem is that some of this perception is true. I can’t count the amount of times that I’ve read obscenity laced comments on Youtube or Facebook about how stupid people are for not supporting Ron Paul. Let me tell you now that this is one of Dr. Paul’s biggest problems that he will have to face during the campaign. Just because we have a right to be frustrated and angry with the establishment and the media doesn’t mean that we should alienate ourselves from them. No one will have a good impression of Ron Paul if they are being called a communist, fascist, neocon, socialist, or statist by one of his supporters. We are partly responsible for Paul being viewed as a fringe lunatic.

I was finally convinced to write this after an experience I had a week or two ago on Facebook. I posted one of the articles that I had written about Ron Paul on Mark Levin’s fan page. I did it for fun, but also to maybe convince a supporter or two in our direction. A member of the group commented on the article who disagreed with Dr. Paul and we had a civil discussion about it. At the end, he thanked me for the debate and for not being a jerk like most Ron Paul fans. I told him that most of us weren’t jerks and that many of us are just frustrated with the way we are treated by the establishment. To my knowledge, he has not answered my last comment, but it got me thinking. How many potential supporters have we turned away because of the impression we gave them. The number could be large or small, I don’t know. But you can’t deny that we don’t have a very good reputation among mainstream conservatives.

Whenever we post a comment, article, or video and mention Ron Paul in a positive light we are choosing to represent ourselves as one of his supporters. If we want people to listen to us, we need to be civil and polite. Our political enemies will use anything we do or say to use against Dr. Paul, and I for one would feel horrible if something I posted or said hurt the campaign in any way. I don’t care if you’re a birther, 9/11 truther, anarchist, libertarian, constitutionalist, all or anything in between; if you want to say or post anything, ask yourself whether or not it could hurt Ron Paul’s chances at gaining the Presidency. Nothing angers me more than seeing some anti-semetic or racist comment with a Ron Paul 2012! underneath. I don’t see those too often on mainstream sites, but they still creep up now and then.

I’m not here to tell you what to do or to tell you what’s okay or what’s not okay. I’ll leave that up to your judgment. I just want everyone to think before they act. Most of you don’t need reminding, and are very responsible when it comes to posting comments and videos. But if you know someone who might need reminding, I implore you to show them this article. The last thing we want is to be a detriment to Ron Paul’s campaign. Thank you so much for your time.

REMINDER: GOP PRIMARY REGISTRATION DEADLINE.

Registration deadline: March 31, 2012 (tentative)

New York is a CLOSED primary state. Which means that you MUST be registered as a Republican to be able to vote for Ron Paul in the Republican primary on April 24, 2012. Those who are registered as an Independent, Conservative, Democrat, or any other party must re-register to vote, and select Republican to be able to cast your vote in the primary election for Ron Paul, the true Champion of the Constitution.

Following the primary, you are welcome to re-register under your original affiliation, but it is VITAL to cast your vote for Ron Paul in the primary first and foremost.

26% of voters are registered as Independent in New York, meaning that you could play a very important role in Ron Paul winning the Republican nomination, and eventually going on to winning the general election in November 2012.

To begin your re-registration process, please visit the official website of New York’s SOS here: http://bit.ly/b3DCHb

Obama Finally has a Primary Challenger: Ron Paul

From Obama Finally has a Primary Challenger: Ron Paul.

Obama Finally has a Primary Challenger: Ron Paul

by freetexas

Well, not exactly. But disaffected Democrats can take heart.  There is a candidate who supports many of their same views and has a history of being a thoughtful, smart, and honest individual.  I’m speaking, of course, of Congressman Ron Paul.

While it’s true that Dr. Paul is running as a Republican, that shouldn’t scare Democrats away, and I’ll tell you why.

  1. Iraq
  2. Afghanistan
  3. Libya
  4. Pakistan
  5. Yemen
  6. Somalia

Dr. Paul’s views on this subject are well addressed in the YouTube video: The War On Drugs: Ron Paul versus Barack Obama.

  • If you believe that Americans who don’t pay income tax are not being taxed, think again.  The policies of the Federal Reserve since its inception in 1913 have devalued the dollar by 95% via the Fed’s massive issuance of money and credit.  The resulting inflation is a direct tax on the poor and middle class, when their money becomes worth less as prices rise.  The rich can afford the higher prices, but the rest of the citizenry are profoundly affected.

So what is a Democrat, who finds these issues important, to do?  First of all, don’t take my word for it, do your own research and compare Dr. Paul’s words to his actions, and then do the same for President Obama.  I’m confident you will be surprised at what you find.  You can find out more about Ron Paul’s views on the issues by visiting his campaign web site. http://www.ronpaul2012.com/the-issues/

If you are convinced that Ron Paul is the only candidate in either party who can “walk the talk”, then you will need to vote for Dr. Paul in the GOP Primary in your state in 2012 as a “crossover voter”.  This web site describes crossover voting, and lists the states with open and closed primary elections.  In the closed primary states, you would need to register as a Republican in order to vote in their primary.  Be sure to check your state’s voter registration deadlines and rules.

Ron Paul stacks up well in recent polls against President Obama; however, his biggest challenge will be in winning the Republican Primary nomination.  That’s why it is imperative that you vote in the GOP Primary in order to see a Ron Paul vs. Barack Obama matchup in the general election.  It’s historically proven that third-party candidates do not perform well in general elections, so anticipating a Ron Paul third party run isn’t the answer to putting him into the White House.

Finally, if you like what you find out about Congressman Paul, but you are frightened of being seen standing in line to vote at the GOP Primary, just remember this: if your fellow Democrat neighbor sees you in line, they are likely to be standing in the same line.

Operation Call Iowa

Time – 15 July at 16:00 – 22 July at 21:30

Watch Ron Paul talk about the importance of the Iowa Straw Poll

http://www.youtube.com/wat​ch?v=kmy7vMw3_z4&feature=f​eedu

Operation: Call Iowa
Grassroots Phone Banking Bomb – Friday, July 15th through Friday, July 22nd

To invite your whole friend’s list to this event, please follow these instructions on this video:

http://www.youtube.com/wat​ch?v=RmBgGDoX7G0http%3A%2F​%2Farvo.im%2Finternet-mark​eting%2Ffacebook%2F2-simpl​e-methods-to-add-all-your-​friends-to-a-facebook-fan-​page-or-group

If that doesn’t work try this one:

http://www.youtube.com/wat​ch?v=RmBgGDoX7G0

MISSION STATEMENT:
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What? A grassroots participation event in coordination with the Ron Paul campaign that will focus on calling Iowans this next week, with a target of each participant calling at least 200 phone numbers or more. The goal is twofold: to both find Ron Paul supporters for the Ames Straw Poll, and to introduce other voters to Ron Paul’s positive message of liberty.
When? Friday, July 15th through Friday, July 22nd
Who? You! All of us! The grassroots Ron Paul activists who want to help the campaign in a big way for very little money.
Why? Because the Iowa campaign has made phone banking a priority, and we need to do everything we can to help find Ron Paul supporters before the Ames Straw Poll.
How? Read on…

How to Participate
First, take note that if you are going to take part in this bomb, you are going to be volunteering for the campaign. We will be using the campaign’s lists and registering with the campaign to do this. If you are using rp2012 already then you may continue to do so. However, this participation bomb is intended to help the campaign’s official effort, for now. As long as there is unfinished work on that front, it is a good idea for us to help them finish it!

Step 1: Get an Iowa Area Code
The first thing you will need is an Iowa area code (preferably, 515). The campaign has confirmed that having a Des Moines, Iowa area code (515) results in a higher response rate than an out-of-state area code. Here are a few options:

Option 1: Get a prepaid phone and register it with the ZIP code 50021. This is the ZIP for Ankeny, which is where the Ron Paul Iowa campaign office is. A few providers you could try are Virgin Mobile, Trac Fone, Boost Mobile, Net 10, and there are others. Go to Walmart, Target, or any similar kind of store and ask for “pre-paid phones.” The phone will probably set you back about 20 or 30 dollars but may be cheaper, and may even come with minutes. If you do this option, you will need a prepaid phone card from that company. This is all pretty easy and self-explanatory, and will be the easiest to use once you set it up.

Option 2: Google Voice. Go here: http://www.google.com/voic​e. Basically, you will want to set it up with a 515 area code which is the Des Moines area.

Other Options: Skype may be a possibility, but I am unfamiliar with Skype. I will fill this in as a third option if someone can explain how picking a 515 area code would work in Skype, or where to go to do that. There may also be other voice-over-IP solutions available. However, it seems that options 1 and 2 are the easiest. I got an AT&T GoPhone, which only charges 2 dollars per day no matter how many calls you make that day. It is a good option for what we are doing; the one I got cost $40 and included 15 dollars (or 7 1/2 days worth) of credit.

Step 2: Contact the Ron Paul Iowa Office
Steve Bierfeldt represents the campaign in Iowa, and for our purposes he is the interface between the grassroots and the campaign for volunteers there. You’ll need to send to get set up with him to actually get a list and call on behalf of the official campaign.
First: You will need to e-mail Steve Bierfeldt at steve@ronpaul2012.com.

Put “volunteer phone banking” or something similar in the subject line. Simply put in your message that you would like to get a list of at least 200 phone numbers from the campaign, that you are out-of-state but that you have obtained a Des Moines area code phone number, and include the phone number. He will probably give you a list of 200 to start; this is plenty at first. You can ask for more later.

Second: Wait for an e-mail response from Steve. He may ask you to call him, or he may give you a call. All he needs to do is make sure that you have the local number and confirm your involvement.
Third: Steve will e-mail you a list that you can then use to call Iowans. He will also e-mail you instructions on how to call, and how to record your results!

Step 3: Call at least 200 numbers
Now the fun part: time to call people for Ron Paul. Following the instructions that Steve Bierfeldt gives you about how to call Iowa voters, go through the list and get it done!

When to call: The best time to call people on weekdays is late afternoon/early evenings from 4-7pm. Please, do not call after 8pm on weekdays, as people do not like being called late. During the weekend the best time to call is Saturday afternoon and late morning, perhaps 11am-6pm, and Sunday afternoon after noon, say 12pm-6pm.
How to act: Please be courteous yet responsive. Remember that we are doing this to positively represent Ron Paul and do not want to get combative with anyone we speak with. REMEMBER: If someone does not support Ron Paul now, you do not want your actions to prevent them from supporting him later! If someonedoes support Dr. Paul, make sure you are appreciative.

The entire time of your phone call, speak in a soft, conversational tone. Do not do “the hard sell,” do not be aggressive, do not be nervous! You’re doing a great service to liberty, so be confident but courteous.

Step 4: Beyond 200 numbers
Once you call 200 numbers, go for more! Then it is time to e-mail Steve Bierfeldt and ask for another list, and return him your results.

The more you call, the greater your service to Ron Paul. You have all next week, so do the best you can! And remember, have fun.

Post your results here when you are done, and update on your progress!

Where can I sign up?
Post in this thread that you will be participating, then follow the steps as outlined. Steve Bierfeldt has graciously agreed to help in this effort, and will help you during the necessary steps. Good luck!

For Ron Paul! For liberty!

If You Love Peace, Become a “Blue Republican” (Just for a Year)

If You Love Peace, Become a “Blue Republican” (Just for a Year)

Publisher, WatchingAmerica.com

Posted: 7/7/11 12:00 PM ET

The world lost its goodwill toward the USA when Americans voted for George W. Bush the second time around.

I don’t endorse the idea that American politics should be dictated by foreign opinions but a reading of the foreign press over the last six years reveals that the first election of President Bush Jr. was largely excused around the world since no one could have known what this new president was going to do.
Moreover, America arguably didn’t vote for him anyway in 2000.

However, the second election President Bush was not excused, because by 2004, the modus operandi of the Bush administration was clear. He wanted to 1) conduct wars against countries that did not threaten us (e.g. Iraq), 2) oversee large financial benefits to companies with which those in his administration were close (e.g. Halliburton), 3) establish a legal framework for riding roughshod over the liberties of private individuals who are not suspected of crime (e.g. Patriot Act), and 4) establish a massive federal apparatus to carry out such intrusions on innocent Americans in what is becoming a police state (e.g. domestic wiretapping, TSA etc… )

The more-or-less global delight upon Obama’s election in 2008 followed largely from the hope that Americans had realized what a mistake they had made with Bush’s second term and were therefore voting against the egregious actions of the then Republican establishment.

When most Americans voted for “Hope” and “Change,” the above four objectives were at the top of their list of what they “hoped” would be “changed.”

After two years, however, we now see that Obama 1) conducts wars against countries that do not threaten us (e.g. Libya, Yemen etc.), 2) oversees large financial benefits to companies with which those in his administration were close (e.g. Goldman Sachs), 3) supports the legal framework for riding roughshod over the liberties of private individuals who are not suspected of crime (e.g. Patriot Act), and 4) is growing a massive federal apparatus to carry out such intrusions on innocent Americans in what is becoming a police state (e.g. domestic wiretapping, TSA etc.. )

Put another way, when it comes to such things as the killing of innocent people, taking from the common man to support cronies, and the elimination of the basic values that make our lives worth living, we had the hope, but we haven’t had the change.

Just as in 2000, Bush hadn’t shown his true colors, in 2008, Obama had not either. A vote for either in those years was fair enough. But in 2012, if you vote for the Democratic nominee for president, you better have a moral justification that is SO good that it is a) worth killing innocent people who don’t threaten you, b) transferring wealth to the rich and well connected, and c) the complete suspension of your right to privacy and such basic rights as protecting your child from being touched by a government official with the full force of the law behind him as he just follows his orders.

Do I labor the point? Good.

I don’t believe that such a justification exists. I’m having difficulty seeing how a Democrat who voted for Obama (whom I supported) for the right reasons in 2008 can in good conscience do so again given that there is another candidate who has been consistent in his opposition to all of these things — not just in words but in deeds.

If you’ve read my other pieces, you already know who he is. But if not, you should also know that Ron Paul has voted to let states make their own laws on abortion, gay marriage etc. and to let individuals follow their own social conscience — even when he disagrees with them (as I disagree with him on some of these issues). In other words, he is consistent in his beliefs in civil liberty.

If you are a Democrat, and you sit tight and vote Democrat again “because you’ve always been a Democrat” or because you think that some group with which you identity will benefit more from Democrat programs than a Republican one, then that is up to you, and I wish you well. But don’t you dare pretend that you are motivated primarily by peace, civil rights or a government that treats people equally.

That Ron Paul, who has been standing up for these principles quietly for half a lifetime, happens to be a member of the Republican party is a lot less important than the principles that we should be voting on. The fact that he is not a party guy should be obvious from his extensive differences in policy from his party and the fact that many think, given his views, he should not run as a Republican at all.

As Dr. Paul often points out, however, we live in a country with a corrupt political party duopoly… and the system is stacked against anyone who would run outside the two party system. So he’s doing what he has to do. And so should we as Americans who love peace and freedom. It really isn’t complicated.

Now, I know that the Republican party stinks to many Democrats and Independents who care about social justice and civil rights, but we all need to be smart and play the system to get the political outcomes we seek: you don’t have to like a party or even identify with it to sign up as a Republican for a year to help make sure that the Republican primaries are won by the one representative who has always been for peace, has always voted against bailouts, and has always opposed the reach of government into your bedroom, your relationships and your person.

And if you are a Democrat or socially progressive Independent, you can’t tell me you weren’t hoping for all that from Obama.

Perhaps you see too much small-mindedness, or mean spirit or religious craziness in the Republican party. Sure you do. You can find all of them in spades. But since you can’t change the Democrat ticket for 2012, why not act where you can make a positive change — by telling the Republican party where you really want it to go… in the direction of peace and civil liberty (both of which, if you go back just a little way, can be found in the traditions of republicanism).

Just in case you need to make it absolutely clear for your friends at work that you have not gone to the dark side, I offer you a special moniker to set yourselves apart and give yourself a way back once you’ve done what needs to be done — the “Blue Republican” — to signify, of course, your liberal sensibilities and perhaps even your history as a Democratic voter. (Or why not just tell your friends that Bill Maher and Jon Stewart seem to have already gotten the message?)

I am aware that the main objection to Ron Paul from the left concerns his belief that private charities and individuals are more effective in maintaining social welfare than the government. To this I ask one question. Do you believe so much in the effectiveness of our current centralized delivery of social welfare that it is worth the war making and the abrogation of civil rights supported by both Bush and Obama’s administrations? Moreover, while Ron Paul would look to transition out of the huge federally run welfare programs in the long-run, that’s not where he wants to start: his immediate fight would be to bring our forces back to the USA and to re-implement the Bill of Rights.

Ron Paul’s electoral weakness is not a difficulty in winning a presidential election. It is in winning a primary in a party with a Conservative constituency that includes the religious right and neo-cons. An influx of peace and freedom-loving independents and Democrats would change the math on the Republican side and potentially the future of America by setting up a presidential contest with a pro peace, pro-civil rights candidate (who could outflank Obama on those issues, at least, from the left).

Again, this isn’t an endorsement of the Republican party or a claim that the Republican record is better than the Democrat on any of the issues discussed in this article. (It isn’t.) It is not even a statement that Dr. Paul is some kind of panacea of American politics. Rather, it is to recognize simply that the one potential Presidential candidate who wishes to stop killing innocent people in foreign wars and stop transferring the wealth of poor and working Americans to the corporate elites happens to be — this time around — a Republican.

It is also to recognize that any other political choice is for a status quo in which all the issues that really matter (war and peace, civil rights) are settled for the military industrial complex and the interests of the State over the individual.

So what’ll it be — same old team allegiance or new, Blue Republicans?

Help Ron Paul Prove his Strength

Ron Paul 2012

Earlier this week, I announced that my campaign had blown past its initial fundraising goal and is racing to reach $5 million before the June 30th FEC filing deadline.

And let me tell you, the support has been overwhelming!

Fired up grassroots supporters have already launched the campaign past $3.3 million!

My campaign has gained strength in the polls and on the ground with Tea Party activists, liberty-minded Americans and grassroots conservatives.

Now it’s time to show the establishment our R3VOLUTION will have the financial muscle to put top-flight teams on the ground in early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire.

So please, click here to make a contribution of $20, $35, $50, $100, $250 – or whatever you can afford up to the legal maximum of $2,500 ($5,000 per couple) – right away.

Click here to donate

You see, the last thing an establishment candidate like Mitt Romney wants is a contested Republican Primary.

He doesn’t want anyone to know that Al Gore lavished praise upon his stance that global warming is “your fault.”

And he certainly doesn’t have any good answers for why he jammed through a socialized medicine scheme in Massachusetts.

You and I need to take the fight to the establishment.

And unlike other candidates in this race, I’m not willing to stand by and gaze at the pitch as it sails across the plate.

So please, click here to make a contribution of $20, $35, $50, $100, $250 – or whatever you can afford up to the legal maximum of $2,500 ($5,000 per couple) – so my campaign can take the establishment head on in early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire.

I thank you for all that you do in the name of liberty.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S.   Earlier this week, I announced that my campaign has blown past its initial fundraising goal and is racing to reach $5 million before the June 30th FEC filing deadline.

My campaign has gained strength in the polls and on the ground with Tea Party activists, liberty-minded Americans and grassroots conservatives.

So please, click here to make a contribution of $20, $35, $50, $100, $250 – or whatever you can afford up to the legal maximum of $2,500 ($5,000 per couple) – so my campaign can take the establishment head on in early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire.

Click here to donate

Claim: Ron Paul Supporters Started the Modern Tea Party Movement

Claim: Ron Paul Supporters Started the Modern Tea Party Movement

FACT

Many who consider themselves Tea Party supporters believe that the modern Tea Party movement began after Rick Santelli’s now famous “rant” on CNBC on February 19, 2009 where he said, among other things, that he would organize a “tea party” in Chicago.  It should be noted that Santelli did not claim, that day, to have started this new “tea party” movement, only that he wants to organize a tea party event in Chicago.

Though Ron Paul supporters organized a Tea Party back in 2007, they are and have been notoriously ignored by the press and were not able to reach as many people as Santelli did that day in 2009.  Thus began the misconception that the Santelli “rant” was the impetus for today’s Tea Party movement.

According to Conservapedia.com
, an online Conservative database:

“The birth of the Tea Party Movement is often mistakenly traced to February 2009; however, while Rick Santelli’s famous impassioned speech on CNBC was perhaps the most visible spark that ignited Tea Party gatherings across the nation, the movement’s genesis was in progress long before that notable day in early 2009. One earlier manifestation of both the movement and the name occurred in the fall of 2007 when supporters of Ron Paul called for a ‘Tea Party 2007′ to promote Paul’s bid for the presidency and a return to limited federal government.”

An article from 2007 referring to the beginning of the Tea Party movement and its record fundraising for Ron Paul’s 2008 Presidential campaign:

One of many videos that can be found doing a search on YouTube that is dedicated to Ron Paul and the Tea Party movement:

This article was written in April 15, 2009 and it references Ron Paul “tea parties” from 16 months earlier (2007):

“Maybe you remember about 16 months ago the 11-term Texas Republican representative, who’s now organized a new Campaign for Liberty, was raking in more political contributions each month than most other GOP presidential candidates, relying on his hundreds of thousands of fervent supporters staging their money bomb days of online donations and — oh, yes – tea parties.”

There have also been many references on Fox News to Ron Paul being the “father” or “godfather” of the modern Tea Party movement. Here’s one example (at 2:27 specifically):

The Associated Press also ran an article with the headline:  Tea party godfather Ron Paul running for president

So while the modern Tea Party movement was certainly given more publicity and grew after the 2009 Santelli “rant”, it is clear that its seeds were planted by Ron Paul supporters back in 2007.

The Push – Ron Paul Needs $3 Million by June 30th 2011

Daily Paul Link –http://www.dailypaul.com/168038/just-got-a-letter-from-ron-paul-he-needs-3-million-by-june-30th-plan-and-pleadge-thread#comment-1772384

I propose a 6 day fundraising event starting Saturday June 25th to Thursday June 30th called THE PUSH with the first 3 days a push to complete funding for all the official campaign Iowa Projects, and the last 3 days to be a push straight towards the general campaign. Scratch the July 4th-5th money bomb unless you have extra to give because in Ron Paul’s OWN WORDS he needs an extra 3 Million by the June 30th deadline date for the FEC quarterly fundraising report for all presidential candidates, which will be reported by all who are covering the race and will improve our standing in every respect such as Polls, Coverage, etc if we raise an outstanding amount for the quarter,

Now is a critical time to pledge your support to a higher financial level. I am a poor college student but I will SACRIFICE going out with BEAUTIFUL LOVELY COLLEGE Girls for 2 WEEKS!!! I’m pledging at least $100 total, who’s with me, who believes in our great cause like I do? Who will join my heart and soul in this? I have no doubts except the ones I let dormancy manifest! I will not stand idle, I will make great efforts!!!

Remember, I received a Letter today FROM Ron Paul stating that he NEEDS this by June 30th. I have made my effort to plan, pledge, and alert others, WHAT WILL YOU DO? STATE IT HERE NOW! RIGHT NOW!

Primary Fundraising Goals:

1.An email bomb to the Campaign to alert this on our chosen Moneybomb event before June 30th.

2. A pledge website with links to it on everyones signature in all the forums we are members too.

3. A video bomb for youtube to promote this Moneybomb and then support those videos with a view, comment, like, and subscribe to enhance their popularity so that others can see it on youtube’s main pages.

4. Tell everyone you know and have them pledge something anything every $10, every amount counts and adds up from the millions of people in our country who support Ron Paul in at least some way. I’m calling everyone now to give them plenty of time before June 25th to give something and be aware of this cause.

5. Add your own idea, this is about more than just myself coming up with contributing ideas.

FOR LIBERTY WITH LOVE,
MAXIMILIAN AMERICAN

P.S. How do I contact the official campaign about this?

…I was thinking of letting them know about the idea plus having them send out an email bomb to all the subscribers.

We can contact other who have fellow subscribers such as:
Restore the Republic,
Trevor Lyman’s Matrix site,
DailyPaul.com,
etc.

This is no joke, we have to use the limited time we have starting NOW my fellows.

www.libertyactivity.com

Ron Paul: Unbelievable

The response to the grassroots R3VOLUTION v. RomneyCare Money Bomb is unbelievable.

As this email is being put together, the Money Bomb has raised over $637,000!

And every dollar will go toward building winning operations in early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire.

www.ronpaul2012.com

If you have already contributed to this effort, I thank you.

If you have not yet made a contribution, now is your chance to show establishment candidates like Mitt Romney that the path to the GOP nomination is through grassroots support, and not millions of dollars in campaign contributions from bailed-out bankers on Wall Street.

So please, click here to make a contribution of $20.12, $35, $50, $100, $250, or maybe even the legal maximum of $2,500 ($5,000 per couple).

You and I have the opportunity to send a powerful message to the establishment that my campaign is top-tier, and that grassroots conservatives hold the key to the Republican nomination.

I thank you for all that you have done in the name of liberty.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S.  The Republican primary is wide open, and the nomination is there for the taking.

Establishment candidate Mitt Romney is hitting up Wall Street bankers for millions of dollars.

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