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Bill Maher and FOX News attack Ron Paul

Bill Maher smear campaign against Ron Paul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDY73rz1PbE

 

FOX News “Most Ron Paul Supporters Are Not Rational”

http://youtube.com/watch?v=c-j8f3Et_tw

 

Frank Luntz Issues a Warning to Ron Paul Supporters!

http://youtube.com/watch?v=R0mS35mqnRE

Frank Luntz Used Planted Actor In Focus Groups
http://www.roguegovernment.com/news.php?id=5888

 



Ron Paul Beats Fred and Rudy in Michigan

Ron Paul Beats Fred and Rudy in Michigan
Paul’s 4th Place Finish is a sign to the lesser candidates to make a move or get out.

Nolan Chart
January 16, 2008


Watching the Michigan returns come in on CNN and Fox News, it was clear that Ron Paul wasn’t going to get more than about 7% and finish in fourth placed after Romney, McCain, and Huckabee. For a candidate that wasn’t worthy to get an invitation to the Fox News debate before the New Hampshire primary, he finished ahead of two other candidates who did.

In a previous article, I mentioned that there is a Ron Paul Mendoza Line, where a candidate must at least beat Ron Paul, or should consider getting out. As of tonight, Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, and Duncan Hunter have all fallen below that line. Unlike Paul, with his fanatical grassroots supporters, these candidates do not have backers who will raise millions of dollars in a single day to keep a second-place or worse finish going. Even Mike Huckabee ought to be bleeding at the edges of his campaign coffers by now. We’ll know at the end of the month when the FEC reports come out. Paul and Romney are the only ones with the cash to keep going beyond Feb 5–even if they don’t win another state by then.

Read Full Article Here

 

Russia Today Reports on Diebold

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzBFIH-96O4&e

 

Ron Paul “Paul-A-Palooza” Las Vegas

http://youtube.com/watch?v=1j6H9livLdk

 

Ron Paul supporter on Nickelodeon

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x19drkJwBjk

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http://prisonplanet.com/articles/january2008/011608_paypal_freezes.htm

Paul snags 54,000 votes in Michigan
http://www.nolanchart.com/article1192.html

Ron Paul the Second Biggest Winner in Michigan?
http://www.gambling911.com/Ron-Paul-011608B.html

Ron Paul Makes the CNN Pie Chart
http://www.gambling911.com/Ron-Paul-011608.html

Rudy gives shout-out to Ron Paulites
http://www.palmbeachpost.co.._gives_shoutout_to_ron_pau.html

Ron Paul Supporters to Raise Funds to Advertize in Jones vs. Trinidad Fight
http://infowars.net/articles/january2008/140108Knockout.htm

Most Republicans: There’s a Nevada caucus?
http://www.lasvegassun.com/n..cans-theres-nevada-caucus/

Michigan primary vote fraud underway
http://mparent7777-2.bl…primary-vote-fraud-underway.html

Passion of Ron Paul’s fans knows no bounds
http://www.concordmonitor.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AI…37/0/NEWS04

FreeAtLast2008.com Now is the Time to Rise
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kURSoo-u5Mo

Ron Paul is the Real Candidate for Change, Not Barack Obama
http://mparent7777-2.blogspot.com.te-for-change.html

WSJ Disapproves of Ron Paul
http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/018605.html

Ron Paul, Dr. No-body, beats Rudy and Fred–again
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Ron Paul is the only candidate who promises a break from the status quo
Ron Paul Could Capitalize on Michigan Primary Gaffes
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Ron Paul: Legislative Forecast for 2008
The Battle for Michigan: Ron Paul Revolution

 



Ron Paul Against New Hampshire Recount

Official Statement from Ron Paul On New Hampshire Recount

Ron Paul
Prison Planet
January 13, 2008

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After a careful investigation, I have decided against seeking a recount in New Hampshire. I am confident that not asking for a recount is the right decision.

I carefully considered the arguments for and against a recount before instructing my campaign staff not to pursue it. Without a firm belief that vote fraud had taken place, and without the possibility that a recount would have increased the chances for success of our campaign, a recount would have diverted campaign resources, time, and energy away from crucial battles elsewhere.

We have taken concerns about vote fraud seriously. In Iowa, campaign volunteers carefully monitored the caucuses. Campaign staff placed Paul supporters in every precinct to watch and verify the voting and count. We had supporters phone in results from their precincts to a campaign hotline while others ensured that those numbers were reflected on the official display board at the Polk County Convention Center. The numbers our caucus watchers reported agreed with the official tally, and both results also aligned with the campaign’s internal polling. In relatively pro-Paul counties, our sampling pegged support at 11.5%. This is consistent with an overall 10% finish for the entire state.

In New Hampshire, while I would have hoped for a better result than eight percent, I am convinced that vote fraud played no role in this result. Rumors of vote fraud were investigated, and in the end they proved to be the result of errors in early media reports that were not reflected in the official numbers. In one notable case, when a campaign staff member contacted an individual who had on the evening of January 8 claimed that his vote had not been counted, the person said that he had made a mistake and that the next morning the error in reporting on a newspaper website had been corrected both in the media and — most importantly — in the official tally.

Many have expressed concerns that those ballots counted by machine yielded a 2% lower total than those counted by hand. However, machine counted vote totals were more than 2% lower for both John McCain and Mike Huckabee. Hand counted votes were more likely to be cast in rural areas. Results almost always vary between urban and rural areas.

My campaign staff and I have analyzed the numbers in New Hampshire and I have reached the conclusion that it was the high turnout — not vote fraud or counting errors — that left us with eight percent of the vote. Our total vote count of over 18,000 votes was well within what we projected given the efforts of our extensive statewide get-out-the-vote program, giving me no reason to believe that vote fraud played any role in the results of the Granite State’s primary.

In both Iowa and New Hampshire there is much to be proud of. Taking both states together, I am honored that over 30,000 people cast their vote for me — more than either Rudy Giuliani or Fred Thompson. Unlike many other candidates’ efforts, our campaign for freedom is growing and our message is spreading.

Now is the time to redouble our efforts. Our resources must be spent on the upcoming primaries and caucuses, and on ensuring that, with your help, we organize every state yet to vote with our Precinct Leaders program.

We can’t win primaries and caucuses that have already happened — but we can win those yet to come. To become the Republican presidential nominee, a candidate must have 1,191 delegates. Iowa, Wyoming and New Hampshire determined only 32 delegates, so we have much opportunity remaining.

Today, I ask you to join me in focusing on the battles ahead as we continue our fight for liberty and our Constitution.

Sincerely,

Ron Paul

 

Olbermann On NH Recount

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLD0MzmRuYc

Related News:

House Says Paul Again Set to Return about $75,000
http://www.house.gov/paul/press/press2008/pr011108.htm

Republicans, except Ron Paul, are pro-war
http://alaskareport.com/upi5/u41318_republicans_love_war.htm

Kucinich: Surprise Hillary Victory A “Mystery That Needs To Be Solved”
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/january2008/011108_kucinich_mystery.htm

Diebold Programmers Were Allowed to Access Vulnerable Optical-Scan Systems Throughout NH Election Day
http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2..andidates-push-for-a-nh-recount/

Computer hackers ‘may be behind Hillary Clinton’s shock new Hampshire victory’
http://www.dailymail.co…tml?in_article_id=507558&in_page_id=1811

AP Caught In NH Vote Count Corruption
http://mparent7777-2.blo..nh-vote-count-corruption.html

Princeton University Exposes Diebold Flaws
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZws98jw67g

Clinton employing voter suppression tactics right out of Rove’s playbook
http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2008/01/tough-guy-pol-1.html

Ron Paul Air Corps Over Grand Rapids
Ron Paul’s backers keep his campaign humming in Nevada
Diebold Again: Did Hillary Really Win New Hampshire?
Nancy Tobi: Need To Eliminate Secret Vote Counting

 



Fox ambushes Ron Paul with ‘9/11 Truthers’ question

Fox ambushes Ron Paul with ‘9/11 Truthers’ question

Raw Story
January 11, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-lxZmrqLxU

During Thursday night’s Republican debate, after the other candidates had been invited to exchange views on whether the Reagan conservative coalition is now a thing of the past, Fox host Carl Cameron turned to Ron Paul with a very different question. “Many of your supporters call themselves ‘9/11 Truthers,'” Cameron began. “They believe that the US government was in some way complicit with the 9/11 attacks or covered it up. Are you prepared to either embrace that rhetoric or ask those supporters to abandon it or divorce themselves from your candidacy?” “Well, I can’t tell people what to do, but I’ve abandoned those viewpoints,” Paul replied. “I don’t believe that, and that’s the only thing that is important. … But I would like to take an opportunity to talk about the issue that we’ve been debating here for the last 20 minutes.” Rather than letting Paul join in the general discussion, however, Cameron continued to attempt to corner him on the 9/11 question, demanding, “Would you ask them to cease that rhetoric tonight on your behalf?”

“Well, it doesn’t do me any good,” answered Paul, “so if they care about me they should, but the only thing I have control over is what I believe and what I say. I can’t tell them what to do. … So please, could I participate in the current debate …”

This remark was met with cheers and applause, and Paul went on to argue that the Republican Party has lost its way.

“I don’t think we’re fiscal conservatives any more,” Paul stated. “Look at what we’ve done over these last 10 years. We finally got control of the government, and we became big government people. … And then we turn around and we talk about liberty, and we’ve undermined the Fourth Amendment and personal liberty and personal privacy. … We’re policing the world … at the same time our economy is suffering. … So no wonder our coalition is breaking up. We actually have lost our way.”

A full transcript of the debate is available here.

 

Ron Paul: 9/11 Commission ‘Hid Ineptness’ Just as Most Government Investigations Usually Do
Warns that fighting a war “for no good reason” will lead to a draft, expansion of troop numbers and a collapse of the dollar

Jones Report
January 10, 2008

Reporters from WeAreChange.org confronted Ron Paul in a New Hampshire spin room about supporting victim’s family members in pursuing a new 9/11 investigation. “Yes, I support more investigation,” Paul responded.

The Presidential candidate indicated that the full truth was still not known “because ineptness was hidden” in the 9/11 Commission investigation.

“This is generally what government investigations do,” Ron Paul said. “They hide inefficiencies and ineptness.”

He further criticized those in charge who “can’t and won’t admit” that the country is “fighting a war for no good reason.” “They’ve dug their heels in and they’ll lose everything they’ve said,” he said about war hawks.

Paul commented that Giuliani’s intention to expand the military by 200,000 troops would lead to a draft and the printing of more money. “Get ready. They’re going to draft you– all you young people,” Paul warned.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fH9nOWnp5G0

“They’ll print it and the dollar will go bust– and everyone going to get poor– and then we’ll bring our troops home. I don’t want to wait to that point I want them bring home in a more logical fashion,” Paul said.

Other reporters asked about Giuliani’s odd dismissal of history as a factor in current middle-east foreign policy. “He’s been saying that for a long time,” Paul told cameras, “but I’ve given my explanation and I bet a majority of Americans agree with me.”

Giuliani and his advisors have consistently refused to even discuss foreign policy or address the consequences it could have.

WeAreChange.org asked Norman Podhoretz— a Giuliani advisor– about the U.S.-led overthrow of Iran in 1953. Podhoretz dismissed the incident as “ancient history,” when reporters brought up its impact in current tensions. Yet, Podhoretz advocates a pre-emptive strike on Iran.

Ron Paul also addressed his concerns about the emerging North American Union, stating that “there are people who would like to have it, like a European Union.” But, he said, “the American people are waking up to this and are resisting it.” Paul urged people to “join the Ron Paul Revolution.”

Ron Paul has been the only presidential candidate unafraid to stand up to WeAreChange.org questions and give an explanation without avoiding the issues. Others on the campaign trail have deflected or even run away.

It isin’t Ron Paul’s nature to police 9/11 Truther’s viewpoints
http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/018533.html

 



Bush: We Could “Easily” Be In Iraq For Another 10 Years

Bush: We Could “Easily” Be In Iraq For Another 10 Years

Huffington Post
January 11, 2008

U.S. President George W. Bush said on Friday the United States would have a long-term presence in Iraq that could “easily” last a decade, but that it would be at the invitation of the Iraqi government.

In an interview with NBC News, Bush was asked about recent comments by Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain that it would be fine with him to have a U.S. military presence in Iraq for 100 years.


John McCain Lies at Fox Debate and is EXPOSED by Ron Paul

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

McCain: Permanent Presence In Iraq Is Fine As Long As Iraqis Are The Ones Dying
http://noworldsystem.com/2008/0..the-war-is-fine/

Iraq to reinstate Saddam party followers
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080112/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iraq

Bush: No Guarantee On Iraq Troop Reductions
http://www.washingtonpost.c..01/12/AR2008011201121_pf.html

Turkey pounds northern Iraq
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=38318&secti..351020201

NATO used Afghan children to detect land mines: ex-German soldier
http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/menu-234/0801113311094602.htm

 



Ron Paul wins Fox News debate text poll

Ron Paul wins Fox News debate text poll

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

Ron Paul wins SC Republican Debate, Sean Hannity eats Boloney Sandwich
http://www.point-spreads.com/poli…ey-san.html

 



Mitt Romney gets booed for attacking Ron Paul

Mitt Romney gets booed for attacking Ron Paul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovuN46nmTYI