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New Yorkers Forced To Get Vaccinated Or Get Fired

Editors note: Health care workers in California, Florida, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Nebraska, Ohio, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin will also be forced to take the flu shot or face unemployment.

Daycare Worker Told She’ll Be Fired For Refusing Mandatory Flu Shot

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
September 22, 2009

A daycare worker employed by Northeast Health in Albany New York was shocked to be told by her boss that she would be fired if she refused to take a seasonal swine flu shot on the spot. Similar stories have been pouring in to us from all over the country as fears that the upcoming H1N1 shot will also be mandatory continue to grow.

The case emphasizes why President Obama’s claim that the swine flu shot will be voluntary is completely deceptive and misleading. Americans across the country, even those not directly connected with health care work, are being ordered to take the mandated seasonal and swine flu shots or lose their jobs.

The story of what happened to the daycare worker, who would like to go by the pseudonym “Clare,” was sent to us by her sister who also provided Clare’s real name and the full name of the facility she is employed with.

Clare works in a daycare center which is affiliated with the local hospital but in a completely separate building. It was reported earlier this month that all hospital workers in the entire region would be forced to take the seasonal flu shot or lose their jobs and that the vaccine would become a condition of employment.

“On the Tuesday morning following the Labor Day weekend (Sept 8th), the director of the daycare of Northeast Health announced to employees on the spot (without a meeting, memo or discussion) that everyone had to go get a flu shot immediately and staff would be rotated so that everyone would be inoculated by the end of the day,” writes Clare’s sister.

“Clare said “I don’t get flu shots” and was told “well then you’ll be fired.”

The director told Clare that the H1N1 shot would also be mandated in the same way when it becomes available. When Clare warned the director that the swine flu shot contained mercury, squalene and other dangerous additives, the director told her that regardless of her objections, if she refused to be vaccinated she would be suspended from November 13th and then formally fired on November 30th.

“Clare asked how she can be fired for something that was not a condition of her employment when she was hired? She was told it was not Northeast Health’s policy, it was the director of the New York State Department of Health who made the shot mandatory,” writes her sister.

Read Full Article Here

 

Home Health Care Workers in New York Required to Get Vaccinated

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars
September 21, 2009

On today’s show, Alex called for hospital workers and others associated with the health care industry to come forward and provide documentation on corporations demanding that employees receive the toxic seasonal flu vaccination or lose their jobs.

Many of you have responded. We are in the process of looking over your documentation and will post this information on Infowars and Prison Planet in the coming days.

In the meantime, as an example of how mandatory vaccinations are spreading, consider the document here issued by HCA, the Home Care Association of New York State.

The memo here, dated August 21, 2009, indicates that all “home health direct care workers, among others, [are] to be vaccinated against influenza as a precondition to employment and on an annual basis.” The directive was issued by the New York State Department of Health.

The New York State Department of Health expects health care employees to receive both the seasonal and the coming H1N1 vaccines.

The CDC has released a hierarchical list of “groups targeted” for vaccination. Pregnant women, “household contacts and caregivers for children younger than 6 months of age,” healthcare and emergency medical services personnel, and all people from 6 months through 24 years of age are “targeted” for vaccination.

At present, only health care personnel are required to take the toxic shot at risk of losing their employment. “The committee believes that once the demand for the vaccine for these prioritized groups has been made, that programs and providers should begin to vaccinate everyone from the age of 25 through 64 years,” the memo states.

How long before other workers directly in contact with the public will be required by the state and employers to take seasonal and H1N1 vaccinations? Will daycare employees and the counter jockey at the local Quick Pic be required to pony up for their squalene and mercury injection?

We will find out in the next few weeks.

List Of USA States Which Have Implemented Legal Actions In Response To The H1N1 virus

Swine Flu Document Lists Sports Arena As Mass Vaccination Centre

Belgium Suspends Democracy And Civil Rights Over “Swine Flu” Pandemic

French scientist : French military told to get ready for forced vaccinations

Mandatory Swine Flu Shots For Firefighters?

Mercury In Australian Approved H1N1 Vaccine

Public Health Officials in Canada Engaged in Cover-Up Operation To Conceal Flu Origin

 



Authorities Prepare To Seize Kids During Swine Flu Pandemic

Authorities Prepare To Seize Kids During Swine Flu Pandemic
International swine flu summit trains responders to enforce quarantines, mass vaccinations, deal with riots & unrest

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
August 24, 2009

Authorities are preparing to seize children from schools, set up quarantines and morgues, conduct mass vaccinations, and deal with riots and unrest, according to an international swine flu summit recently held in Washington DC which was attended by distinguished scientists, industry leaders and top health officials from all over the globe.

A conference first discussed by this website three weeks ago has now taken place, with health authorities meeting at the end of last week to finalize response plans to a swine flu pandemic that has been all but guaranteed to occur this coming fall.

According to a PDF information leaflet released before the meeting, attendees were briefed on how to “conduct morgue operations,” manage an interruption in food supplies and “manage panic caused by sudden disruption of services & interruptions in essential goods & services”.

During a swine flu pandemic, their duties would also include dealing with civil disturbances, controlling and diffusing social unrest and public disorder, carrying out mass vaccination programs and enforcing quarantines, according to the conference documentation.

One of the most shocking modules of the conference deals with “School/University Pandemic Planning” and strongly implies that authorities will usurp parental rights over children in the event of a swine flu pandemic.

“Concurrent Breakout Session #10″ outlines plans to “train teachers to screen for symptoms & know what
to do when students / teachers fall ill,” before then transporting ill students, which presumably means transporting them to quarantine zones with or without the consent of parents. The use of schools as “shelters” or quarantine centers is also mentioned.

As we have documented, authorities have been training to raid and remove children from schools during times of emergency for over a decade, mainly under the auspices of preparing for school shootings or during drug sweeps.

In October 2001, authorities swooped in to kidnap and remove 115 children from Heartland Christian Academy without a warrant. Children were forcibly loaded onto buses like criminals as they screamed for help in shocking scenes featured in Alex Jones’ Road To Tyranny documentary.

Earlier this month we reported on how a Maine high school was taken over by the National Guard in a drill focused around riots during a mass vaccination program. In this scenario, the rioters were begging for the vaccine, but obviously the opposite is likely to be the case if a mandatory vaccination program is announced, if there are riots then they will consist of people refusing to take the shot.

 



National Guard Prepares For Vaccine Riots

Maine TV Station Airs Report on National Guard and Flu Pandemic Riots

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars
August 14, 2009

WMTW, a television station in Portland, Maine, owned by Hearst, has produced a slick propaganda piece as part of an emerging effort to stampede people into submitting to a toxic and cancer virus flu vaccine this autumn.

On Thursday, Steve Watson reported on a National Guard “riot scenario” exercise conducted at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School in Paris, Maine. The school was chosen as a distribution site for the H1N1 flu vaccine by state officials. “The National Guardsmen will take on the roles of panicked citizens and military police and practice what they would do, such as using tear gas, in the case of a riot,” the Sun Journal reported on August 13.

Sgt. Skip Mowatt of the Paris Police Department told WMTW 8 desperate citizens — arriving without proper ID or living outside the designated area — may overwhelm local police and engage in violence in an effort to get their soft kill vaccination. In such a situation, the television station reports, the police in Paris would team up with the National Guard to baton, pepper spray, and tase rioters.

In late July, the Pentagon said it will establish regional teams of military personnel to assist civilian authorities in the event of a pandemic. The plan calls for all branches of the military to team up with FEMA. CNN reported on July 29 that the proposal is awaiting final approval from Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Northern Command’s Gen. Victor Renuart. The Pentagon, however, often announces plans after it has already moved to implement them. “Orders to deploy actual forces would be reviewed later, depending on how much of a health threat the flu poses this fall,” CNN reported.

“Much of the groundwork for the intervention of the military has already been established,” writes Michel Chossudovsky, who notes that “regional teams” have already been established under NORTHCOM, which has been involved in preparedness training and planning in the case of a flu pandemic. “The pandemic is being presented to public opinion as an issue of National Security, with a view to triggering the militarization of civilian institutions in blatant violation of the Posse Comitatus Act,” Chossudovsky noted in an earlier article (Martial Law and the Avian Flu Pandemic).

As Infowars reported on August 6 and investigative journalist Wayne Madsen confirmed on the Alex Jones Show earlier this week, an international conference on the coming flu pandemic will be held in Washington next week. Breakout sessions detailed in a brochure for the conference include discussions on mass fatality planning, business continuity planning, and COOP or Continuity of Operations and Continuity of Government Planning. Additional sessions cover enforced quarantines, mass vaccinations, and how to “control and diffuse social unrest and public disorder.” In short, how best to implement martial law.

Read Full Article Here

Military To Work With FEMA During Swine Flu Pandemic

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Homeland Security Orders Mandatory Quarantines – A Pretext For FEMA Camps & Forced Vaccinations

 



CBC Airs NAU Propaganda Mini Series

CBC Airs NAU Propaganda Mini Series

Rogue Government
April 2, 2008

The CBC is airing a mini series called Trojan Horse. In the film, Canada is merged with the United States. This is most likely being aired to get the Canadian people used to the idea of a merged North American Union. Below are some video clips taken from the mini series.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2M9m_u55i4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfapw7wlj-0

 

Christopher Hayes on Post National America

http://youtube.com/watch?v=KEwkL5BS_AY

Spanish firm using loan from U.S. to build segments of Texas toll road
http://www.landlinemag.com/todays..Mar08/031008/031308-04.htm

Corruption Fueling Canada’s Merge Into U.S.
http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/home/Frontpage/2008/04/01/02317.html

Canadian Army May Assist Maine In Emergency
http://www.mainemediaresources.com/ffj_03260801a.htm

Homeland Security Flinches at Real ID Opposition

http://www.news.com/8301-13578_3-9909928-38.html?tag=nefd.lede

States Maneuver to Avoid Penalties of New Federal ID Program
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-..2034.html?hpid=moreheadlines

Promoting the North American Union
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=60317

Governor: South Carolina will not file extension for Real ID
http://www.thestate.com/statewire/story/361101.html

NH Joins Montana In Real ID Victory
http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2008/03/new-hampshire-j.html

Two More States Stand Up Against The NAU
http://www.thenewamerican.com/node/7514

States Urged To Comply With Real ID Rule
http://www.usatoday.com/travel/flights/2008-03-23-licenses_N.htm

What is the ’North American Union’?

 



Ron Paul Finishes Second in Maine Caucus

Ron Paul Beats McCain in Maine Caucus, Primed to Win Over 1/3 of State Delegates
In the race for delegates, Ron Paul appears to closely trail Romney for first place

Ron Paul 2008

February 4, 2008

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ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – While most reports about this past weekend’s Maine Caucus focused on the purely symbolic presidential preference poll, in the meaningful race to secure delegates to the state convention Ron Paul is primed to finish second with likely 35 percent of the total delegates.

Delegates to the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis are elected by the state delegates. Internal results from 10 of 16 counties, including the largest cities of Portland, South Portland, Lewiston, Auburn, Augusta, Waterville, Bangor, and Brewer, show Ron Paul picking up 215 of 608 State Convention delegates so far reported, or 35%.

“Ron Paul’s strong second place finish in Maine, in which he beat John McCain, is proof that this race is far from over,” said Ron Paul campaign manager Lew Moore. “We’ll continue to battle for every delegate in this wide-open race for the Republican nomination.”

In the presidential preference poll, with 70 percent reporting, Ron Paul is in third place just two percentage points behind John McCain. However, the Maine preference poll is purely a beauty contest, and in the actual election of state delegates the so-called “frontrunner” McCain is far behind Ron Paul.

 

Ron Paul Second in Maine State Delegates with 35%
Romney has 52% of the vote while Paul has secured 35% of the state delegates who will allocate Maine’s 18 national delegates in May.

Gary Wood
Nolan Chart
February 4, 2008

The final State Caucus before Super Tuesday is projected to be won by Governor Mitt Romney based on 74% of the presidential preference poll votes in Mitt Romney has 52%. There’s a battle for second place, in popular votes, going on between Ron Paul and John McCain. As of 4:34est the Maine Republican Party website showed there were just 154 votes separating the two with over 25% of the caucus locations still to report in.

According to a press release by Jesse Benton, of the Ron Paul campaign, the Texas Congressman, with his message of liberty and freedom, has already picked up 215 of the total 608 Maine state delegates. This number could increase as results come in from the final 6 counties. 35% of the state delegates place him second behind Mitt Romney even though McCain has a slight lead in the popular vote. There is no way for John McCain to catch Ron Paul in state delegate count even if he holds on to his slim lead in polling simply based on cities and caucus locations already won by Ron Paul

Although many major newspapers are giving all 18 Maine National Delegates to Mitt Romney that is not the case. State delegates in Maine are non-binding. The actual allocation of the 18 national delegates will not be determined until May 2 when the Maine Republican Party State Convention is going to be held and the state delegates will then decide.

“Ron Paul’s strong second place finish in Maine, in which he beat John McCain, is proof that this race is far from over,” said Ron Paul campaign manager Lew Moore. “We’ll continue to battle for every delegate in this wide-open race for the Republican nomination.”

 

Paul Draws Big Denver Crowd

Denver Post

February 3, 2008

Longer Version: Click Here
http://youtube.com/watch?v=HlhjRReedkk

The alarm in the Colorado Convention Center employee’s voice was verging on panic.

“That room is packed so tight it’s not even funny,” he shouted into a radio Friday night as the Segway he was riding hummed and swerved down a wide carpeted hallway.

The crowd for Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul was so large it surprised his own organizers. They were forced to hurriedly open partitions to double the size of the ballroom space minutes before Paul’s scheduled appearance in the Four Seasons Ballroom. When that wasn’t enough hundreds of people stood rimming the hall that sits 1,536.

“I’m just totally dumbfounded,” Paul said as he began his speech before a raucous sign-waving crowd. “The enthusiasm seems to be growing. Freedom is popular.”

Many of his supporters boldly predicted he would win more delegates in the state then front runners Sen. John McCain and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney even though Paul has yet to win a majority in any state primary.

“He’s real strong in Colorado,” said Vince Holcomb, 45, a massage therapist from Centennial. “Ron Paul is a lot higher in the polls than the mainstream media publicize.”

Ron Paul Very Likely to Win Washington State
http://www.gambling911.com/Ron-Paul-Washington-State-020408.html

Ron Paul Making it Big in Alaska
http://online.wsj.com/article_emai..4MDAyNDAwODQ0Wj.html</a

Ron Paul Rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota Draws 4,000
http://www.centredaily.com/business/story/379859.html

Ron Paul interviewed by Seattle News Media
http://www.ronpaulwarroom.com/?p=4716

Ron’s Speech about Economics in Seattle
http://www.ronpaulwarroom.com/?p=4711

Tech workers’ money is on Paul
http://www.eetimes.com/n..ml?articleID=206102068

 



Ron Paul Gets A VERY Close Third in Maine

Ron Paul Gets A VERY Close Third in Maine

Andrew Malcolm
LA Times
February 3, 2008

Former Gov. Mitt Romney convincingly won the Maine Republican caucus tonight with about 52% of the vote.

The current GOP front-runner, Arizona Sen. John McCain, is running a distant second with 22% and Rep. Ron Paul, the libertarian-minded longshot, is in a very close third with 19% of the vote. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is trailing badly with only 5%.

With nearly two-thirds of the votes counted, Maine Republican Party Vice Chairman Scott Kauffman said, “It is very sure that former Gov. Romney wins the contest.”

Although Maine does not carry the political clout of many other states, it could provide a helpful psychological boost going into nearly two dozen crucial Super Tuesday contests this week for Romney’s forces, who lost to McCain in Florida, New Hampshire and South Carolina. Nearly half the delegates necessary to win the Republican nomination will be chosen Tuesday.

In a statement tonight, Romney, who was campaigning today in the upper Midwest after attending the funeral of Gordon Hinckley, the president of the Mormon church, in Salt Lake City, said, “Today the people of Maine joined those from across the nation in casting their vote for conservative change in Washington.”

The actual number of Maine delegates he won in the non-binding caucuses will be determined at a state convention in May.

It was a disappointing night for Ron Paul. The campaign of the 72-year-old, 10-term congressman from Texas with the well-financed campaign had hoped to pull an upset in independent-minded Maine. And he did come close to embarrassing McCain for second place, which Paul also won in the Louisiana and Nevada caucuses.

Maine Democrats hold their statewide caucuses next weekend.

 

Ron Paul Sweeps Northern Maine Caucuses

Fort Fairfield Journal
February 3, 2008

Texas Congressman Dr. Ron Paul scored a stunning upset win over all three of his opponents in the Aroostook County Presidential Preference Survey during the weekend caucuses just concluded. It also would appear that Dr. Paul’s supporters won the lion’s share of the delegate seats to the Maine Republican Convention in early May from the county.

There were 3 undecided voters in Aroostook County with regard to the presidential preference. This vote is a non-binding survey merely intended to indicate Maine Republicans’ preference for President. Delegates were also selected for many towns to the Republican State Convention.

Aroostook County volunteer coordinator of the Ron Paul 2008 effort, and Vice-chairman of the county Republicans, Steve Martin of Amity, had this to say about the upset results. “I love Aroostook County people. They are the most independent-minded and deeply-considerate folks in Maine. It is clear that Dr. Paul’s message of reduced government, lower taxes, personal liberties and non-interference in the internal matters of other nations struck a cord here in Aroostook County. Dr. Paul’s opposition to a Northern Maine National Park coupled with his deep respect for private property and gun rights also played a part in sweeping all three caucus locations.”

The county Republicans will be meeting again for their regular monthly meetings at the Presque Isle Inn & Convention Center on Saturday morning, February 16th at 9:00 AM.

With all Aroostook towns reporting, the results were as follows for Aroostook’s 3 caucus locations:

Fort Kent:
Ron Paul 3
Mitt Romney 2
Mike Huckabee 2
John McCain 1

Houlton:
Ron Paul 16
Mitt Romney 11
Mike Huckabee 8
John McCain 4

Presque Isle:
Ron Paul 29
Mitt Romney 27
John McCain 17
Mike Huckabee 16

Aroostook County totals with percentages:

Ron Paul: 48 votes 34.5%
Mitt Romney 40 votes 28.8%
Mike Huckabee 26 votes 18.7%
John McCain 22 votes 15.8%
Undecided 3 votes 2.1%

 

Ron Paul scores 1st in Bergen County straw poll

John Holl
The Star-Ledger
February 3, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZEX0hYOZIg

Ron Paul, the conservative Texas congressman and long-shot presidential hopeful, pulled off a small and symbolic upset in Bergen County today by winning a straw poll leading up to Super Tuesday.

The vote, sponsored by the Bergen County Republican Organization, drew more than 100 people to Hackensack, and included a boisterous contingent of Paul supporters, many from outside Bergen County. They listened to four representatives for the four remaining GOP contenders before casting votes, giving Paul a 52-40 victory over Arizona Sen. John McCain.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney placed third with 27 votes, while former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee got just one vote.

Sen. John Warner (R-Va.) spoke on behalf of McCain (R-Ariz.) and like others, invoked the memory of Ronald Reagan and wore a tie given to him by the former president embroidered with the words “democracy is not a spectator sport.”

He used that as a transition, saying McCain “is a man resolved to do first and foremost what is best for this country no matter the cost to him politically.”

State Sen. Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) stumped for Romney and, echoing a feeling from many of the old Republican guard in the room, said it was time to focus on the two “serious” GOP candidates, McCain and Romney.

However it was the Paul supporters who yelled the loudest, waived the most signs and eventually cast the most ballots.

 

Colbert: Ron Paul is insane – thinks the Earth moves round the Sun!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKsC_0fMjr0

 

Ron Paul news story from KSDK St. Louis

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwvMSDpFA8Y

 

Ron Paul has a lot of friends

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ayi5LJwHWy0

Recent News:

Paul Needs 3.2 Million by February 5th for TV/Radio Ads
http://noworldsystem.com/2008/02/0..l-needs-84-million-for-tvradio-ads/

Paul touts importance of Alaska in Super Tuesday
http://newsminer.com/news/2008/..-importance-alaska-super-tuesday/

Ron Paul receive more donations from soldiers than McCain and Romney combined!
http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/019097.html

Paul: Secretive Elite Control America
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=41302&secti..3510203

Video: Ron Paul at Denver Convention Center
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/february2008/020208Denver.htm

NH Paul Supporter May Run For Congress
http://www.roguegovernment.com/news.php?id=6397

Paul: No federal funds for TTC
http://www.herald-coaster.com/articles/2008/01/31/news/top_story/topstory.txt

Rand Paul Atlanta
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHitwJtB4VQ

Ron Paul Speaks In Victoria, TX
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/february2008/030208Victoria.htm

Ron Paul Is Popular at the Super Bowl
http://sports.aol.com/fanhouse/2008/02/0..t-the-super-bowl/

Cop to Ron Paul supporter: ‘Well, you be careful. I wouldn’t want you to get shot’
Ron Paul’s Big Chance For Modest Splash
Ron Paul speaks on economics – Seattle
Ron Paul and How the Media Pick the Candidates
Paul would change fraudulent system
Dr. Ron Paul’s Freedom of Health-Care Plan
Paul supporters launch online petition: demand apology, banning of Cooper from future debates, and fair treatment
National Tax Payer’s Union Study Says Ron Paul Only Candidate Who Would Cut Spending
Ron Paul biggest GOP fundraiser last quarter
Aside from Ron Paul, all other candidates are liberals
Protect America From Protect America Act
Ron Paul’s Tax Adviser

 



Ron Paul Can Win Maine
Ron Paul Can Win Maine

Gambling 911
January 28, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMiBUyyjjj4

With many of Ron Paul’s supporters still believing their Republican Presidential candidate will have won Louisiana and its delegates, the focus for many is now on the state of Maine.

“Maine has 21 delegates that Paul has a serious potential of winning,” points out Natalie Schultz of the Nolan Chart.

“Why can Ron Paul truly win Maine? Because outside of the political elite urbanites who control the state, the majority of real Mainers are very anti-government gun-lovers. Huckabee is gaining a Christian following, but truthfully, most Mainers are old-school Christians, not Evangelicals.”

Paul has planned to campaign in Maine on Monday January 28.

To date, says Maine Republican Party Executive Director Julie O’Brien, activity on behalf of the various GOP presidential hopefuls is relatively high.

“I mean the phone is not stopping,” she says.

Supporters of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee are busy and those backing Sen. John McCain of Arizona and ex-Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts are stepping up their efforts, according to O’Brien.

She says former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a presence.

But most active?

“If I had to say,” ventures O’Brien, “Ron Paul,” the Texas congressman.

Schultz believes that Ron Paul is wasting his time following the other Republican candidates around “winner take all” Florida, where both Mitt Romney and John McCain lead by a large margin. It should be noted that Rudy Giuliani is already down to 5.5/1 odds of winning Florida at BetUS.com compared to McCain’s 2/1 odds and Romney’s even odds. Ron Paul came in with 40/1 odds of winning the state and this is one bet even his own supporters are not likely to place money on.

“No matter how much time and money Paul spends there, he will not win. The die-hard Paul supporters there will vote for him no matter what. It’s high-time he moves on to fresh waters were there are many fish waiting to bite.”

In fact, Ron Paul has had nominal media exposure here in South Florida where a campaign like his would actually be welcome. But someone dropped the ball.

Those of us here on Miami Beach, for example, got a preservationist Cuban female with no money into the office of Mayor – Matti Herrera Bower. She went up against investor and “friend to the real estate developers” Simon Cruz as a big underdog. In the end, Bower won through similar grass roots efforts employed by the Ron Paul camp (including press releases submitted by Gambling911.com parent company, Costigan Media), with the swing vote came from those who typically don’t head out to the polling booths – Her 10 percent win margin came from the young voters. More registered voters under the age of 30 came out to vote for Herrera Bower than in any previous Miami Beach election, something the new Mayor has expressed great appreciation for.

People who have never voted before (and those who have never taken part in polls) are ready to do so now. Florida makes things difficult, however. One must be a registered Republican in order to vote for the long time Congressman without the ability to switch parties if you happen to be an Independent, Democrat or never voted before.

So even though the potential is there for Florida (and make no mistake about it – anything over 7% of the vote will be considered a victory by the Paul campaign), the focus has shifted elsewhere.

We already realize this election is more differentiated than ever by state. Just look at the results for both Republicans and Democrats where, in theory, there really is no clear front runner just yet.

Impressive showings in Nevada and Louisiana have instilled new life into the Ron Paul campaign.

In Maine, if you are registered to vote but not enrolled in ANY party (you are listed as “Unenrolled” on our towns voter list), you can enroll as Republican 30 minutes before the caucus at the location of the caucus.

If you are enrolled as a Democrat or Green Independent and you wish to participate in the Republican Caucus, you must change your enrollment at least 15 days prior to the caucus at your town office. Unfortunately, at this juncture in time, that deadline has already come and gone. The Maine Republican Caucus takes place February 2 in most towns (while technically running throughout Super Bowl weekend, February 1 – 3).

Ron Paul Campaigns In Maine
http://www.wcsh6.com/news/article.aspx?storyid=79420

Florida Republican Debate: MSNBC Joins Media Censoring Ron Paul
http://www.connietalk.com/republican_florida_debate_012408.html