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Ron Paul Buys Hour-long TV Program in New Hampshire


“Uninvited” to participate in FOX’s debate Sunday, Ron Paul decided to purchase an hour-long television slot that evening, because ‘I can afford it’

Union Leader
January 5, 2008

Ron Paul said yesterday that taking winning 10 percent of the Republican caucus results in Iowa puts him in solid standing for the New Hampshire primary, with its large contingent of independent voters.

Paul, a U.S. representative from Texas, said he captured 29 percent of the independent vote in Iowa, and “when we saw those statistics, we knew the obvious opportunities in New Hampshire” with its 44 percent of independent voters.

His supporters on the streets at midday yesterday were handing out miniature copies of the U.S. Constitution, led by the staccato of a drummer in Colonial dress and a tri-corner hat and chants calling for a revolution.

Last night, about 40 people at a house gathering heard Paul explain his plans for restoring constitutionalism, a political theory that he says means a major reduction in military commitments, ending trade agreements supported by subsidies and abolishing income tax with no proposed substitute.

Homeowner Linda Lagana and neighbor Cathy Whalen said they don’t have a second choice on the ballot, and Stephen Szewczyk of Nashua said he wouldn’t even vote in November if Paul doesn’t get the nomination.

Lagana said she was fed up with government spending and inflation, and if Paul did not get elected, a movement to get the support of legislators for stable economic policies would continue.

“This is not going away,” she said.

After being “uninvited” to participate in FOX’s debate Sunday night at St. Anselm College, Paul decided to purchase an hour-long television slot that evening, because “I can afford it.” (Note: When originally posted, this story misidentified the debate. Paul is in the January 5 ABC debate.)

He raised $20 million in the fourth quarter, more than any other Republican campaign.

Paul said he is going after the Republican nomination and has no interest in a third-party ticket.

He told his audience last night, “We are $2.7 trillion in debt, and history tells us that all great nations collapse due to economic reasons. It starts when the currency goes down, and right now on some days the Canadian dollar increases higher than the U.S dollar, and that should tell us something.”

Paul said the borrowing and printing of money creates economic inequities, because the people who get the printed and borrowed money first, notably the government, bankers and financial institutions, get to use it first, and that is an advantage.

He wants to transitionally abolish the Federal Reserve and its money-printing operations and many of the governmental institutions and their programs, such as military occupation, that create a need for foreign debt credits to restrain inflation and reinstitute local controls.

 



NH GOP Withdraws Support From Fox News Debate

NH GOP Withdraws Support From Fox News Debate

Daily Paul
January 5, 2008

CONCORD – New Hampshire Republican Party Chairman Fergus Cullen releases the following statement regarding Sunday’s Republican forum on FOX:

“The first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary serves a national purpose by giving all candidates an equal opportunity on a level playing field. Only in New Hampshire do lesser known, lesser funded underdogs have a fighting chance to establish themselves as national figures. Consistent with that tradition, we believe all recognized major candidates should have an equal opportunity to participate in pre-primary debates and forums.

This principle applies to tonight’s debates on ABC as well as Sunday’s planned forum on FOX. The New Hampshire Republican Party believes Congressmen Ron Paul and Duncan Hunter should be included in the FOX forum on Sunday evening. Our mutual efforts to resolve this difference have failed.

While we understand that FOX News continues to move forward it is with regret, the New Hampshire Republican Party hereby withdraws as a partner in this forum.”


New Hampshire GOP has quit as a co-sponsor of tomorrow night’s nationally televised Fox News Debate

Union Leader
January 5, 2008

The New Hampshire Republican Party has quit “with regret” as a co-sponsor of Sunday night’s nationally televised GOP forum on FOX News.

The 8 p.m. event at Saint Anselm College — the last debate before Tuesday’s primary — became controversial when FOX refused to include Ron Paul.

In a press release, state Republican Party chairman Fergus Cullen said on Saturday afternoon, “We believe all recognized major candidates should have an equal opportunity to participate in pre-primary debates and forums. This principle applies to tonight’s debates on ABC as well as Sunday’s planned forum on FOX. The New Hampshire Republican Party believes Congressmen Ron Paul and Duncan Hunter should be included in the FOX forum on Sunday evening. Our mutual efforts to resolve this difference have failed.”

FOX News issued a one-sentence statement this afternoon from its vice president of news, David Rhodes: “We look forward to presenting a substantive forum which will serve as the first program of its kind this election season.”

“The New Hampshire Republican Party did the right thing by pulling its sponsorship,” said Ron Paul 2008 spokesman Jesse Benton, who called FOX’s continued refusal to admit his candidate “unfair.”

Paul is included in tonight’s ABC/Facebook/WMUR debate among top Republican contenders, which begins at 7 p.m.

 

Paul Doubles Polling Numbers, Third In New Hampshire
Ron Paul has doubled his support in New Hampshire over the past 15 days, according to Rasmussen Reports.

Nolan Chart
December 5, 2008

A daily poll by Rasmussen is showing Ron Paul has doubled his share of the vote in New Hampshire, jumping from 7% up to 14% in just 15 days. Obviously, this is major news. The Rasmussen website was so jammed with Ron Paul supporters earlier today trying to get to it right now that no one can get through. That alone shows the power of the Ron Paul revolution. We’re not talking about a boycott or a bunch of angry activists. We’re just talking about tens of thousands of people trying to view a web page because news has spread like wildfire throughout the net that Ron Paul is now polling in third place in New Hampshire.

While the Rasmussen page remains under seige from all the demand, you can read the actual numbers at pollster.com.

Read Full Article Here

 

YouTube Censors Veteran Supporting Ron Paul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gY40_ZAGh0g

 

NH Ron Paul Supporters Chant: “Let Him Debate!”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri6fDy6B2dM

 

Huckabee Supporter: “I’m proud to support Ron Paul..”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzvME9-TY9s

 

Ron Paul Air Corps Makes its Inaugural Flight

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmGV90X-jaI&eurl=

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NH GOP Threatens Fox News Over Ron Paul Ban

New Hampshire Republican Party Launches Active Campaign To Have Ron Paul Included In The Fox News Debate

Daily Paul
January 4, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYZulZ07uoY

Note: Not all these State Reps are actually supporting Dr. Paul, some are, some aren’t, and some other Rep supporters are not listed but I have contacted them so they can add their names too. They are for the kind of fairness we are used to in NH. – J

Fergus Cullen
New Hampshire Republican Party
January 3, 2008

Dear Fergus:
We, the undersigned present and past New Hampshire House Republican State Representatives, respectfully request that unless Fox News agrees within the next 24 hours to invite Ron Paul and Duncan Hunter to participate with the other candidates at their Forum on Jan 6, 2008 you:

1) Pull all Republican cooperation from the Fox Forum,

2) Ask the candidates included to back out, and

3) Go public with a formal press conference denouncing of the exclusionary anti-representational policies of Fox News

Sincerely,

Hon. Paul Ingbretson
Hon. Al Baldasaro
Hon. Howie Lund
Hon. DJ Bettencourt
Hon. Jason Bedrick
Hon. Moe Villeneuve
Hon. Dan Dumaine
Hon. Andrew Renzullo
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Hon. Paul Mirski
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Ron Paul: Fox News Is “Beyond A Joke”
Presidential candidate slams decision to exclude him from forum

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
January 4, 2008


Speaking to The Alex Jones Show today, presidential candidate Ron Paul commented on the controversy surrounding his exclusion from a Fox News January 6th presidential forum by encouraging supporters to keep up the pressure on the network to reverse their decision and slamming the network’s claim of being fair and balanced as “beyond a joke”.

“People are outraged and a lot of them are coming to our defense including the Republican Party up there so we haven’t heard the last word about that yet,” said Paul.

The Congressman identified the main reason for his exclusion as Fox News’ fear that he would express strong anti-war opinions, which they see as a “threat” when coming from the most conservative member of the house.

“They have to realize that what the numbers are and if it’s hurting them, if it’s not in their interests I think they’re in a bind, I don’t think they have any easy way out and they dug themselves into this situation so hopefully they wake up and realize that they have to come around to be much more fair and balanced, it’s gone beyond a joke for them to advertise they’re fair and balanced when they’re just the opposite,” said the Congressman.

Discussing the broader success of the campaign, Paul said, “Everybody’s upbeat and they wanna win but they are also very realistic to know what is the future regardless of what’s gonna happen….how can we keep working this, how can we keep our group together….I think we’ve really opened the eyes of a lot of people so there’s reason to be optimistic,” said Paul.

The Congressman added that the New World Order must be defeated not with weapons but with ideas and that the movement which he is now the figurehead for is much larger than he ever dreamed it would be.

“Most people thought that you’d have to be part of the establishment to get money and support but the supporters have proven that not only will they work hard and go out and do the legwork that is necessary but they’ll also send in the money and they’ll also be very creative,” added Paul.

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Ron Paul Plans New Event After Fox Debate Exclusion

Ron Paul Plans New Event After Fox Debate Exclusion

Politico

January 1, 2008

Ron Paul’s campaign says he’s planning an alternative event at the same time as the Fox News Channel’s Republican forum in New Hampshire on Sunday if the network continues to hold back on an invitation, a campaign official tells Politico.

Already, blogs are alive with cries of “censorship” from Paul’s vocal and prolific followers.

Jesse Benton, Paul’s national press secretary, said he likely would hold a town hall with New Hampshire citizens — an event that would amount to counter-programming and would likely generate considerable publicity for the anti-war libertarian.

“We’re not going to sit around and cry about it,” Benton said.

“By all metrics, there is only a case for including Dr. Paul in the forum. We think it’s a little bit of a head-scratcher.”

Paul announced he raised $19.5 million in the last quarter of the year, and party sources say that is more than any other Republican campaign.

Fox News has not specified its exact criteria for the debate, but debate planners have long yearned to winnow the cast to permit more substantive and detailed conversation.

Fox has said it will make its final announcement about invitations after Thursday’s Iowa caucuses.

Benton said the campaign has placed about six calls to Marty Ryan, executive producer of political programming for Fox News Channel but said they have not been returned.

Ryan did not immediately return an e-mail seeking comment on New Year’s Day.

Paul will participate in an ABC debate in New Hampshire on Saturday night, Benton said.

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Ron Paul Excluded from New Hampshire Debate

ABC, Fox News cutting Ron Paul out of New Hampshire primary debate

AP
December 31, 2007

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCAYRWIcPKQ

ABC and Fox News Channel are narrowing the field of presidential candidates invited to debates on January 6, 2008, in Fox’s case infuriating supporters of Republican Ron Paul.

The participants for ABC’s back-to-back, prime-time Republican and Democratic debates Saturday in New Hampshire will be determined after results of Thursday’s Iowa caucus become clear.

Fox has invited five GOP candidates to a forum with Chris Wallace in New Hampshire on Sunday. Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John McCain, Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson received invites, leaving Paul and Duncan Hunter on the sidelines.

The network said it had limited space in its studio – a souped-up bus – and that it invited candidates polling in the double digits.

Some livid Paul supporters are distributing e-mails calling for a boycott of Fox advertisers. A Fox representative did not return calls for comment.

To participate in ABC’s debates, candidates must meet at least one of three benchmarks: place first through fourth in Iowa, poll 5 percent or higher in one of the last four major New Hampshire surveys, or poll 5 percent or higher in one of the last four major national surveys.

ABC News anchor Charles Gibson is moderating both debates, each 90 minutes long.

 

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