Daily Archives: December 29, 2011
Says Mitt: "Ron Paul's not going to be our nominee." (Thanks to Brad Funkhouser)
The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign released the following statement from Iowa State Sen. Kent Sorenson. Last night Sen. Sorenson defected to the Ron Paul camp, endorsing the 12-term Congressman from Texas before a crowd of more than 600 Paul … Continue reading
According to PPP: Romney 36% (+1) Paul 21% (+2) Gingrich 13% (-4) Huntsman 12% (-1) Bachmann 7% (+2) Perry 3% (+1) Santorum 3% (+0)
The NY Times, perhaps battered by blowback over its execration campaign against Ron Paul--reminiscent of Pravda during the purges--runs an objective story, on the RP Kids in Iowa.
He doesn't think that it is government's role to define, control, and police marriage, and ruin it like everything else it takes over. He actually thinks that marriage predates government, was established by God, and is a matter for the … Continue reading
But the reporter is right: her story about interrupting his breakfast, which he eats without a squad of handlers, does make us love Ron even more. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Writes Dom Armentano: "Our positions on foreign policy cannot be explained and understood in soundbites! Let me repeat something I suggested months ago: Ron MUST make a national television presentation on foreign policy. We may never be this close again."
Writes Justin Raimondo: "An amazing 15-minute segment on 'The Ed Show,' of all places, on Ron Paul -- very favorable; he unfolded a Ron Paul campaign brochure and READ IT ALOUD. In tones of admiration he described how young Paulites are … Continue reading
(Thanks to David Kramer) UPDATE from a friend: "I have a low opinion of hospital nurses. They as a bloc of females have turned hospitals into compassionless prison wards, ruined the natural birth process, are responsible for routine circumcision ... … Continue reading
In the primaries, that is. (Thanks to Brad Funkhouser)
Writes Joel Poindexter: "Interesting analysis from PPP. Paul leads with voters under 45, independents, those who don't watch FOX news, and Evangelicals."
Says Harry Broome in the Examiner. (Thanks to Johnny Strike)
Republicons to move the Iowa caucus count to "an undisclosed location." (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Are the Palestinians an "invented people"? No more han the Israelis, says M.J. Rosenberg.
Writes Jay: "A Ron Paul presidency means that tens of thousands of African American men will be returning to their families, communities, and churches. They can begin working and re-building their lives. That is revolutionary! That is precisely what will … Continue reading
So, vainly, hopes yet another Wall Street Fedster. (Thanks to Gary North)