November 16, 2007

December 16th: The Ron Paul Money Bomb 2 is one month away. A day that will blow up the 2008 GOP presidential campaign

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Damn I got chills watching that

Anonymous said...

It better blow the 2008 GOP apart because the free America that we love is hanging by a thread.

Glenn Beck, O'Reilly and their lap dogs have already labeled Ron Paul supporters as anarchists and terrorists. Beck actually said on national TV that the military swears to defend threats to national security both foreign and domestic and implies that the military should be used to round up Ron Paul supporters. And then he goes even further to imply that groups like Ron Paul supporters are where Timothy McVeigh's come from. Insane!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Rc4OJWH1nE

teapartier said...

I must have a pathetic life since I watched the many Ron Paul videos that were shown by clip in that thing!

Go Ron Paul!

The greatest moment was probably Wolf Blizter drooling over Ron Paul's cash... it showed how useless the MSM is.

The scarey part of that video is that "civilian/amateur" flicks are getting to look like "studio made" stuff... it was simply well done! and that's the amazing thing about Ron Paul, he attracts and organizes creativity w/o saying a thing.

keith said...

I don't know where this is all going but Ron Paul has more passion behind him than any other candidate I've ever seen

And come December 16th, more money raised in Q4 than any other candidate too

I don't expect good things in Iowa based on how they vote (they don't report true vote tally by candidate). But I think Ron Paul can win New Hampshire, since you don't have to be party affiliated, and he'll dominate the independent vote.

And when Ron Paul wins New Hampshire, game on.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone see this?

http://www.thestreet.com/_swptile/video/index.html?clipId=10390628&channel=Market+Strategy&cm_ven=&cm_cat=&cm_ite=#10390628

If this is true, then the powers that be are really scared he might win.

Anonymous said...

I'm a Dem and he's more convincing than any on the Dem slate at the moment. I wish him all the best.

Adam Zekmueller said...

can't we get a decent atheist/agnostic libertarian in office?

i cannot trust anyone driven by religious faith to behave rationally once in office.

Anonymous said...

GD if that doesn't fire you up nothing will. That was well done and well struck. Go Ron Paul.

Peter T said...

Ron Paul's chances are still remote, even with all the money. I don't him winning any state, unless the GOP is hit in the belly by something and looses trust in the conventional candidates.

Anonymous said...

i have never given money to a political candidate before. this is going to change now. i am going to give this good man, some of my money and pray that somehow it does some good. we as a people are tired of the same old , same old...so many are tired of it. isn't it time for a big change. i fear it is the last time we as americans will have the opportunity to change the direction of a nation.

on another note,

glenn beck, sean insanity, bill oreilly, rush limbaugh, michael weiner savage, Laura Ingraham and the rest of these liars are going to rue the day that they have done and continue to do what they are doing.

in the hungarian uprising of 1956, the people surrounded the government buildings and as their enemies came running out, some nameless face, came up to them and stuck a ak47 in their stomachs and pulled the trigger...similar faits would be a fitting end for these pricks....

Anonymous said...

Thank God for Ron Paul. Also thank all of us "thinking Americans" for supporting him. This movement is HUGE! watch more at www.freeme.tv
Mark

Anonymous said...

I'm ready with another $100. Let's show them that not everyone is a sheeple in this country.

You guys know that Glen Beck was a heavy duty alcoholic and drug addicted that went to rehab, right? Just another Republican...

Go Ron!

Anonymous said...

keith said...

I don't know where this is all going but Ron Paul has more passion behind him than any other candidate I've ever seen

And come December 16th, more money raised in Q4 than any other candidate too

I don't expect good things in Iowa based on how they vote (they don't report true vote tally by candidate). But I think Ron Paul can win New Hampshire, since you don't have to be party affiliated, and he'll dominate the independent vote.

And when Ron Paul wins New Hampshire, game on.

November 16, 2007 7:26 PM<<<

and if he wins new hampshire, this event will cause the ruling classes to pause and to comtemplate this news. what they will do is anyone's guess.

Anonymous said...

The tyranny in the 17th century is no different than in the 21st, long live the second ammendment. It is our legacy to defend it.

Shoot straight, and keep your powder dry.

Anonymous said...

No, this movement isn't huge, only your pathetic delusions are.

Ron Paul has ZERO chance of winning.

Grow up you whiners. The smart people are bailing out of the country as fast as possible, you're just a bunch of cowards who are pretending that by blabbing about Ron Paul, that you are doing something to help your future. In reality, you've been reduced to living on your knees, begging for a politician so save you from politics. PATHETIC.

Anonymous said...

great video.

my woman and I have $500 ready to go on Dec 16th.

If we had more money, we would send $1216.73 for the 'versary

as in 12-16-1773

Anonymous said...

Hillary's questions were softballs at the dem debate.

cnn made students ask easy/cheesy

questions

Anonymous said...

i cannot trust anyone driven by religious faith to behave rationally once in office.

Atheists are the most ardent followers of their own atheistic religion.

So you would trust an atheist (who doesn't believe in anything except himself) instead of someone who believes that a superior being will one day judge their actions and intentions?

Sorry... you're not convincing.

I'd rather have someone in office who is terrified of burning in hell for eternity if they do something wrong!

It might not be rational... but at least it's predictable.

westwest888 said...

It's working - this event has as many people signed up as November 5th did.

ronpaulgraphs.com/teaparty_vs_nov5_members.html

devestment said...

I dont care what the mouthpieces say. I WILL VOTE FOR AND PROMOTE HIM. I don't know anyone who likes government the way it is.

Anonymous said...

"I'd rather have someone in office who is terrified of burning in hell for eternity if they do something wrong!"

I would rather have someone in office who obeys the law and the word of the constitution, as opposed to someone who hears voices, and is worried about some guy with a pitchfork.

I know this may be hard to understand, and difficult to grasp,
and distasteful to think about - but if we use faith in god as a measure to choose our leadership, what exactly is the difference between us and the Taliban?

(p.s. the resistance in Iraq and Afghanistan is still going strong. The Islamic revolt in Pakistan is gaining strength, and Iran stands defiant. Perhaps this whole god thing is true, and we are actually worshiping at false idols.)

-Snow

Paul E. Math said...

I admit it: that video got me a little choked up.

"I don't want to be President to run your lives. I don't want to be President to run the economy. I don't want to be President to run the world. I want to be President to restore liberty."

The person who should be President should be someone who doesn't actually want the job - Ron Paul is as close as we're going to get.

Bitterrenter said...

Looks like your American money isn't what the Paul supporters want.

This illustrates the mindset behind Paul's popularity.

Federal agents seize coins and silver

Evansville -- Federal agents seized 2 tons of copper coins featuring Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and 500 pounds of silver during a raid on the headquarters of a group seeking to dissolve the Federal Reserve.

Agents also took records and computers and froze the bank accounts at the "Liberty Dollar" headquarters during the Thursday raid, said Bernard von NotHaus, founder of the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve Act & Internal Revenue Code.


Um, okay. Don't get me wrong, I hate this country and the prevailing paradigm but I don't see this isolationist, selfishness and greed-based movement as the answer. We've already got that with the dying Conservative Revolution.

Anonymous said...

CNN made a UNLV student as Hitlary if she preferred diamonds or pearls. The real question she wanted to ask was about the nuclear dump at the Yucca Mountains

Anonymous said...

I gave to Ron Paul and support him, but unfortunately there are too many Americans brainwashed by the NY & LA media machine. Fox, CNN, MSNBC and the alphabet channels have mostly ignored him. That means that the drooling idiots will never hear of him.

Anonymous said...

For some reason I have this sudden urge to scream Sieg Heil after watching that video.

devestment said...

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Adam Zekmueller said...

Atheists are the most ardent followers of their own atheistic religion.
Just cause you said it, doesn't make it true. Only religious people call atheism a religion. IMO this is because it is really hard for theists to grasp the idea of having no religious feelings.

Bitterrenter said...

I wanted to hurl. That video is nauseating.

Why does anyone want to "save" this country anyway? The best thing for humanity would be if the USA ceased to exist.