June 07, 2007

Want to make a difference? Join a Ron Paul meetup near you (and send the guy some $$$)

Here's the link to join a Ron Paul meetup in your city

And here's the link to donate. Word has it RP's internet popularity has some big $$$ rolling in now - perhaps over $5 million this quarter. Yes, that would allow him to compete in whatever early-primary state he wants. Nevada and New Hampshire would be my recommendation - both very independent, get government off our backs kinda states.

Here's RP's interview with Tucker yesterday. Enjoy.


37 comments:

borkafatty said...

I like ron paul, I sent in my $100..he speaks from the Hip..no bullshit..unlike the shit for brains we have in there now.

Bfatz

Anonymous said...

$5mil would make Ron Paul a top tier candidate. I wonder if the MSM will continue to try to marginalize him.

HauspocalypseNow said...

less gubbermint=more freedom and lower taxes

SenX said...

I think Tucker actually got it.

Anonymous said...

Yep. Send $100 to a guy who wants to abolish the military, end world trade, stop immigration and on top of it all abolish the IRS and get rid of all government spending...yeah who needs the FAA or National Parks or the FBI? Who needs the military? Trade, nah we don't need no stinking trade, the 1930s showed us how well the economy works when we stop trading.

Fools.

Anonymous said...

It's like watching Neville Chamberlain speak. Unreal. Germany wasn't a threat to the US either in 1938 and hadn't attacked anyone at that point.

His supporters are either stupid or don't know any history or probably both.

Anonymous said...

I love ya Ron, but please get some sleep and straighten out your jacket! We need you hale and hearty for the next eighteen months!

Ron Paul 2008!

Anonymous said...

ron paul has some mighty powerful sauce on his words. I disagree but then he does his enlighting punchline. this guy should be president.

Illegals Everywhere said...

Keep up the good work Keith. You are on the right track with Ron Paul. I will be doing my part to support him..

wiserenter said...

Here's a reason why the MSM is trying to bury Ron Paul: You might notice both the Dem and Rep "frontrunners" are capable of raising insane amounts of money. This translates to multi-million-dollar ad accounts for the MSM. With this in mind, it comes as no surprise the MSM is trying to black out the underdogs. But RP still has my support. I would love nothing more than to see him win!

synthetik said...

he's got my vote!

Anonymous said...

That's right!

Ron Paul is raking in the dough now! He's received 7x the amount, in the last month, than he raised last Qtr.!!!

5 Mill baby!!

Read it and weep haters.

Not bad from a tiny, insignificant bunch of wackos.

Get ready for the REVOLUTION.

Anonymous said...

Vote for Fred
he's got a shot
Giving to RP = throwing away $$
Support Fred Thompson
www.imwithfred.com

Anonymous said...

I volunteered to help start a meetup here in minnesota.

drinking beer, chatting about paul! yummy, yummy, yummy!

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul's popularity is going through the roof:

RonPaul2008.com.

Every time he debates, he takes a giant leap for mankind!

Anonymous said...

Tucker voted for Ron Paul last time he ran. He likes Ron.

My family just sent another $50, and our friends are doing the same.

Hey Keith, this is one of my fave interviews between Bill Moyers and Ron Paul, right before the Iraq invasion in 2002. Please, post it.

http://tinyurl.com/2jp8uu

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul is 7 years too late. He's going to be just like that plaid shirt guy from a few elections ago. Hot for 36 hours then no one ever hears from him again.

bozonian said...

This guy is a breath of fresh air.

Finally we have a choice between something other than a "giant douche" or a "turd sandwich".

If in the next few months, we sink into a recession and your finances start to suck, thank the idiots who are currently in charge for devaluating our currency by printing money to fund the incompetent military management who failed to win. Yes, that's right, I'm not against the military. I'm against a military that has the biggest budget in the world and can't win a war. And it's not the soldiers on the ground's fault. It's the management.

So when you can't afford to give yourself or your kids a better life, remember you still owe the government 30 million dollars. That's right, that's your share of the national debt (9 trillion dollars divided by 300,000 people) that somehow has to be repaid, the national debt largely caused by the military and this war.

Are you getting it yet?

RJ said...

Anonymous said...
It's like watching Neville Chamberlain speak. Unreal. Germany wasn't a threat to the US either in 1938 and hadn't attacked anyone at that point.

Neville Chamberlain had nothing to do with U.S. policy so I don't see the point. However, in the 1930's, Germany was a very real threat and had already reoccupied the Rhineland by 1936. In 1938 the Nazi's annexed Austria and the Sudetenland so they were using the threat of force to seize territory. On the other hand, Iraq in 2003 was militarily impotent and a threat to no one in the region. The terrorist threat of the Baathist regime still has not been conclusively established despite debate since the confiscation of Iraqi government documents since 2003. Justification for going to war based on those connections would also have served to justify war with just about everyone in the Gulf region. Al Qaeda is now running some of its operations out of northern Pakistan. So we should go to war with Pakistan, right?

Finally, those who constantly critize Congressman Paul's intelligent approach to foreign policy always fail to present any clear case that the 2003 invasion is a net positive. People constantly refuse to look at the history of U.S. foreign interventions which have been a series of short term gains yielding nothing but long term and often intractable problems.

Anonymous said...

Wow, NOTHING in OH?

Anonymous said...

>> Yep. Send $100 to a guy who wants to abolish the military, end world trade, stop immigration and on top of it all abolish the IRS and get rid of all government spending...yeah who needs the FAA or National Parks or the FBI? Who needs the military? Trade, nah we don't need no stinking trade, the 1930s showed us how well the economy works when we stop trading. Fools.

I vote you idiot asshole of the year! Ok, we need a military, but...

IRS? FBI? FAA? National Parks? How about FCC? CIA? NSA? And HUNDREDS of others. SHOW ME IN THE US. CONSITUTION WHERE THESE ARE PERMITTED TO EXIST? THAT'S RIGHT - NOWHERE!!!

IDIOT!!!

mrmx said...

"Who needs the military?"

no country in the world wastes as much as the US does on it's military.

the wallstreet journal has run pieces showing how the military could bankrupt america! the medical benefits, pensions, capitol expenditure, etc... is an investment whose return is measured in death!

arps said...

"Anonymous said...
It's like watching Neville Chamberlain speak. Unreal. Germany wasn't a threat to the US either in 1938 and hadn't attacked anyone at that point."

You're essentially equating Iraq/Iran with Nazi Germany. That kind of hyperbole is exactly what we're sick of.

Anonymous said...

Al Qaeda is now running some of its operations out of northern Pakistan. So we should go to war with Pakistan, right?
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Must be nice to live in such a simple world. War bad. Peace good. Me like peace. Me no like war. Me vote for isolationsit.

Anonymous said...

So when you can't afford to give yourself or your kids a better life, remember you still owe the government 30 million dollars. That's right, that's your share of the national debt (9 trillion dollars divided by 300,000 people)

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I assumed renters didn't go to college but at least graduated jr. high. Did you idiots even get to the 5th grade? I guess not given you math skills.

9 trillion divided by 300 million is not 30 million.

You idiots really do crack me up.

wiserenter said...

Yep. Send $100 to a guy who wants to abolish the military, end world trade, stop immigration and on top of it all abolish the IRS and get rid of all government spending...yeah who needs the FAA or National Parks or the FBI? Who needs the military? Trade, nah we don't need no stinking trade, the 1930s showed us how well the economy works when we stop trading.

Fools.

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RP DID NOT say he wants to abolish the military and he wants to stop ILLEGAL immigration. You are listening and reading selectively and the only fool is YOU. Do the world a favor and shoot yourself.

rcochran said...

Anonymous said...
Ron Paul is 7 years too late. He's going to be just like that plaid shirt guy from a few elections ago. Hot for 36 hours then no one ever hears from him again.

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Is that what you think? Wow, you are very very perceptive, and in touch with the times.

Dolt.

rcochran said...

Anonymous said...
It's like watching Neville Chamberlain speak. Unreal. Germany wasn't a threat to the US either in 1938 and hadn't attacked anyone at that point.

His supporters are either stupid or don't know any history or probably both.


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You've been brainwashed by FAUX News.

Comparing Iran to Nazi Germany is where YOUR lack of historical knowledge gets exposed.

Go read some books, $h|t-4brains.

rcochran said...

What you neocon-brainwashed mouthbreathers fail to see is that Israel could vaporize Iran any time it wants to.

There was no such situation when the Nazi jackboots were slammin' the pavement in the late 1930s.

Stop watching O'Reilly and Hannity and start thinking for yourselves, sweet Jesus save us.

Anonymous said...

IRS? FBI? FAA? National Parks? How about FCC? CIA? NSA? And HUNDREDS of others. SHOW ME IN THE US. CONSITUTION WHERE THESE ARE PERMITTED TO EXIST? THAT'S RIGHT - NOWHERE!!!

IDIOT!!!

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Show me where it says they CAN'T exist.

Simpleton.

Anonymous said...

Latest poll has RP up 100% all the way to 0.0002% nationwide.

Give it up crackpots.

RJ said...

Anonymous said...
Must be nice to live in such a simple world. War bad. Peace good. Me like peace. Me no like war. Me vote for isolationsit.


Must be nice to be such a simpleton. Thinking bad. Faux News good. Me like Bush. Me no like to use my brain. Me vote for anyone who will bankrupt our country, drag America through 50 years of useless war, and explain such stupidity in 5 words or less.

borkafatty said...

Yep. Send $100 to a guy who wants to abolish the military, end world trade, stop immigration and on top of it all abolish the IRS and get rid of all government spending...yeah who needs the FAA or National Parks or the FBI? Who needs the military? Trade, nah we don't need no stinking trade, the 1930s showed us how well the economy works when we stop trading.

Fools.

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Looks like we have a Government Knee walker in the ranks...tell me how does GWB's Balls look bouncing off your chin...ass wipe

Paulin08 said...

Anonymous said...

Vote for Fred
he's got a shot
Giving to RP = throwing away $$
Support Fred Thompson
www.imwithfred.com

June 08, 2007 1:38 AM

Yeah, let's vote for the guy the Media tells us has a shot.

According to the "polls", Hillary has a better shot. Why don't you vote for her?

Voting for the Media Darling has been working great for us over the last 40 years...if your a commie, a homo, or an illegal.

Which are you?

Paulin08 said...

I see a perfect storm developing. As the economy tanks, Dr. Paul has the only solution.
The boomers losing their retirement, new families losing houses, while wall street fat cats cash in and spit in our faces.
The citizenship of the US will have no choice but a complete overhaul. The bought and paid politicians will have a hard time convincing anyone to stay the course by Nov. 08.
Paul will win in a landslide.

The puppet candidates can't even comprehend the sound fiscal policies Dr. Paul espouses.

SPECTRE of Deflation said...

Keith,
I just watched a piece on youtube about Ron Paul, and All I can say is WOW. You may have seen it, but if not, you need to see the piece. one word: POWERFUL!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWfIhFhelm8&eurl=

Anonymous said...

I cannot believe that Ron Paul is the only republican against big government. We really need to scale down the government. Don't worry, it will grow back, but it does need occasional trimming.