Monthly Archives: April 2012
Mitt Who? Barack Who? It's Ron Paul who understands the future, and calls young people to it. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Writes Tim Stanley: Rubio’s target is obvious: Ron Paul, Rand Paul, and those elements of the Tea Party Right that dissented on Libya. Given that it barely scraped 20 percent in most primaries, it’s amazing how much the Paulite revolt … Continue reading
The media's blackout of Ron Paul continues," says Gary North. (Thanks to floy Lilley)
He speaks at U-Austin tonight. There will be other huge rallies, the get-out-the-vote operation, and much else, including the full-time headquarters in Clute, Texas. where volunteers are needed, motels are cheap, and the beach is nearby. This will be a … Continue reading
Ron Paul writes to his fellow congressmen. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
In the minds of many other candidates. (Thanks to Bill Sardi) UPDATE from Travis Holte: And see this!
His "big speech" was a brief for other people killing other people for him and his neocon ilk, and an attack on burgeoning non-interventionism. UPDATE It was a neoconfest: warmonger Joe Lieberman introduced Rubio; the speech was apparently written by … Continue reading
And his neocon foreign policy oration. He wants to show he is worthy of his fellow chickenhawk, Mitt.
You might see the Paulian future beyond 2012 gaining on you. Such meaningless promises will fool no one. Booting Bernanke to replace him with some other, allegedly untainted Keynesian-bankster monster is hardly the answer. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Reports the RP campaign: The Ron Paul 2012 Texas headquarters is located at 845 West Plantation Drive, Clute, TX 77531. Initial office hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on … Continue reading
Warmongering chickenhawk, neocon crony capitalist, and corrupt DC lobbyist Noot will drop out Tuesday, leaving it a two-man race: Ron vs. Rom, libertarian vs. fascist.
As Politico points out. (Thanks to Vedran Vuk)
Writes Eric Garris: Last night, Ron got 4 delegates from Rhode Island based on his showing of 24%. Ron got 5 delegates from Pennsylvania. The presidential primary last night was a non-binding beauty contest. Concurrently, unpledged delegates ran in each … Continue reading
I listened to as much of Romney's victory speech last night as I could stomach, but I did get three takeaways: he will promote federally funded school vouchers for urban areas (more spending, more welfare, and the government takeover of … Continue reading
Writes Robert Kirchoff: Learned another voting lesson today. When Ron Paul announced his run I made sure to immediately change my NY voter registration from Independent to GOP for the sole purpose of voting for Ron in the primary. Figured … Continue reading
In other words, they do not want a stolen caucus. Here is what the GOP chairwoman did in response, therefore proving their point. No dissent allowed, Comrades. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
So far, in the primaries and caucuses, Ron has gotten 1,334,178 votes. Texas and California, etc. are yet to come. And remember, this is from the lowest of the low, active Republicans. Add in the Democrats, independents, and non-voters who … Continue reading
Rhode Island: 24% New York: 17% Pennsylvania: 13% Connecticut: 13% Delaware: 11% Ron beat Gingrich in every state but DE.