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Chuck Norris: “Ron Paul Is The Only Guy I Trust”

Chuck Norris: “Ron Paul Is The Only Guy I Trust”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8w_29EJbrY

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

 



Huckabee to McCain: GOP Race ‘down to just the two of us’
March 2, 2008, 5:23 pm
Filed under: 2008 Election, GOP, John McCain, Mike Huckabee, Republican Debate, Ron Paul, Senate

Huckabee to McCain: GOP Race ‘down to just the two of us’

LA Times
February 28, 2008

OK, Disciples of Paul, here’s the chance you’ve been waiting for to get Mike Huckabee, the only remaining contender between your guy, Rep. Ron Paul, and the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, that nobody senator from Arizona, John McCain.

Do you know what Huckabee wrote on Tuesday? You won’t believe it. Seriously.

Because he needs the publicity and doesn’t have the money to buy much advertising to convince the rapidly growing number of Republicans who see the former Arkansas governor as a lingering nuisance who can’t take a hint that his presidential hopes are over, smoked, done, dashed, cooked, fried, kaput, finished, completed and hopeless, Huckabee has challenged McCain to a debate. Hey, it only cost a stamp.

Huckabee’s letter says: “I believe a Lincoln-Douglas debate so that voters can better understand our views on critical issues such as health care, education, energy independence, terrorism and national security is just what we need.”

Of course, the Lincoln-Douglas debates occurred in….

a U.S. Senate race. There were seven of them, each three hours long. (That was in the 1850s before commercials for bathroom breaks.) And, also, the Republican lost that race.

But nevermind, Huckabee wants the spectacle of a debate before next Tuesday’s March 4 primaries, when his campaign hopes could become absolute cinders. He’d also like your online signature on the letter for publicity.

But here’s the real outrage that will rock the Internet in the next few hours. After paying the now-required tribute to Sen. McCain as “an American hero,” Huckabee writes:

“Now that the race for the Republican nomination is down to just the two of us, I believe this is the time for a real discussion about our vision for the future of this great country.”

The two of us? As in 2? One more than one and one less than three? Huckabee has no idea what he is in for, dissing the party’s other remaining candidate. Just watch the comments section below for a taste. He’s completely disregarded the existence of the 10-term libertarian-like congressman from Texas. Who may not have a realistic chance of beating McCain either, but don’t tell that to members of the Ron Paul Revolution.

 



Ron Paul Wins Nevada GOP Caucus
February 19, 2008, 8:35 am
Filed under: 2008 Election, DEBT, GOP, John McCain, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney

Ron Paul Wins Nevada GOP Caucus

Connie Talk
February 17, 2008

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Ron Paul is winning the state of Nevada. With 1,750 of Nevada’s 1,789 precincts reporting, the results of which are available Nevada GOP’s website: Mitt Romney would have taken the state at 51%, but has since dropped out of the race, making Ron Paul’s 13% currently the winner. Ron Paul has 5,802 votes; 192 more than John McCain’s 5,610, and 5% more than Mike Huckabee’s 3,519.

Here is a list of reasons I’ve heard from both Republican voters and on-the-fence voters – from he doesn’t have enough support, to people aren’t interested in him, to people aren’t voting for him – followed up with facts. Au contraire, mon frère!

“He doesn’t have enough support.”
Ron Paul has 1,613 meetup groups in 1,191 cities.
Mike Huckabee has 508 meetup groups in 444 cities.
John McCain has 8 meetup groups in 8 cities.

“People aren’t interested in him.”
Ron Paul consistently (and substantially) outranked both of his GOP competitors – Mike Huckabee and John McCain – in Google searches in the last 12 months. Google is the 1 search engine in the world (though the link above just measures the U.S., for purposed of who may be qualified to vote).

“His campaign won’t have enough money.”
In the last quarter of 2007, Ron Paul beat his own fundraising record of $4.3 million in 24 hours, and made national history with the highest fundraising amount in one day in the U.S. presidential race, ever: $6 million in 24 hours.

“He can’t fix the economy.”
Whether or not you agree with his ideas on how to revive America’s economy, there is no question on the fact that Ron Paul is the only candidate of the Republican and Democratic parties left in the race whose campaign has $0 in debts to any company or individual. Look at the debts column. Paul leads by example when he preaches on not borrowing what we don’t have.

“He hasn’t won any states.”
Ron Paul took 1st place in Montana and Nevada, and 2nd place in Alaska, North Dakota, and Louisiana thusfar. Many of the primary and caucus results for the states that have voted already are incomplete or not yet available, and what many people are assuming is fact are just projections by the media.

“I don’t know enough about him.”
You watch too much television, then.

Alright, that last one was a joke…sort of.

2/18/08 UPDATE: 100% of the precincts have now reported. Ron Paul won at 14% of the vote (6,084); McCain was 2nd place at 13%; Huckabee at 8%. As of right now, the results page is stating “last updated” on January 19th at 7:00 pm; this must be a misprint, as the data reflected 97.8% of the vote being in yesterday (2/17/08), and then was updated before midnight to reflect 100%.

 



Proposal in Texas for a Privatized Toll Road System Raises Outcry

Proposal in Texas for a Public-Private Toll Road System Raises an Outcry

NY Times
February 10, 2008

ROBSTOWN, Tex. — Leon Little’s farm here near Corpus Christi would not be seized for Texas’s proposed $184-billion-plus superhighway project for 5 or 10 years, if ever.

But Mr. Little was alarmed enough to show up Wednesday night with hundreds of his South Texas coastal neighbors to do what the Texas Department of Transportation has been urging: “Go ahead, don’t hold back.”

Don’t worry. Texans have gotten the message, swamping hearings and town meetings across the state to grill and often excoriate agency officials about a colossal traffic makeover known as the Trans-Texas Corridor, a public-private partnership unrivaled in the state’s — or probably any state’s — history, that would stretch well into the century and, if completed in full, end up costing around $200 billion.

Read Full Article Here

 

NAFTA Superhighway: James Hoffa’s CSPAN Interview

http://youtube.com/watch?v=naLwX0kJjUk

What Will The Amero Currency Exchange Rate Be?
http://www.investortoday.net/what-will-..hange-rate-be-2008-02/

Central ID Database Concept Flawed
http://www.jbs.org/node/6985

OK-Senator seeks to put brakes on superhighway
http://okinsider.com/readstory.oki?type=headline&storyid=0AG10F9M8

DHS Ponders Real ID Rules For Cold Medicine
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/02/05/real_id_for_cold_medicine/

Mike Huckabee Supported Real ID Act
http://www.jbs.org/node/7007

Clinton, Obama, and McCain voted for Real ID
http://mparent7777-2.blogspot.com/2..ama-and-mccain.html

Opposition to ID cards reaches 50%
http://rinf.com/alt-news/surveillance-big-bro..reaches-50/2407/

Religions could kill US Real ID scheme
http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inq..2008/02/06/religions-kill-real-id

What is the ‘North American Union’?

 



Howard Stern and Penn Jillette Join Ron Paul Revolution

Howard Stern and Penn Jillette Join Ron Paul Revolution

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

Howard Stern endorses Ron Paul
http://noworldsystem.com/2008/01/09/howard-stern-endorses-ron-paul/

 



FOX News Ignores Ron Paul’s 2nd Place Nevada Win


Nevada Caucus – Fox News: Ron Paul nonexistent with 14%

Third Party Watch
January 20, 2008

For some reason, Fox News continues to disregard the fact that Ron Paul is one of the GOP presidential candidates and he didn’t ignore Nevada like most of the presidential candidates.

I received the graphic above in my e-mail (click to enlarge) and don’t know to whom the credit is due. However, this screenshot was obviously taken of Fox News coverage of the Nevada results. For some reason, they failed to mention the 2 candidate, although they covered 1, 3 and 4.

Of course, most folks can easily figure out that Ron Paul was the candidate they “accidentally” forgot to cover.

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

Considering Paul’s exclusion from the New Hampshire debate, this incident, and a variety of snide remarks made by Fox commentators, it’s starting to look like Fox News has a political agenda. I wonder how this squares with campaign finance regulations, as corporations aren’t supposed to be making in-kind contributions to federal campaigns. I may disagree with the regulations, but it seems that John McCain shouldn’t be able to benefit like this from a regulation which bears his name.

UPDATE: It looks like Fox is continuing with the same general level of distortion regarding incoming South Carolina results. I’ve been watching the results come in at CNN and haven’t seen any point around the time this particular screen shot was taken when Giuliani was ahead of Paul.

 

Ron Paul Bags Second In Nevada Caucus

Small Government Times
Januay 19, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQVWAXKl9dg

So-called long shot candidate Ron Paul managed to finish 2nd place in the Nevada caucuses held today, which proves the Texas Representative may have more support around the country, and especially out west, than he’s getting credit for.

Romney destroyed the competition in Nevada with over 50% of the vote and finished first. Ron Paul came in second with 13%, and John McCain finished third, also with 13% but with fewer popular votes than Paul.

Independents overwhelmingly supported Paul in the western state, which clearly helped propel Paul into a much needed second place finish. Normally, independents support the much more liberal John McCain.

Fred Thompson finished fourth, Mike Huckabee fifth and Rudy Giuliani, again falling far short of popular expectations, came in a distant sixth place. Duncan Hunter rounded out the GOP candidates with a seventh place finish, barely picking up 2% of the vote.

 

Nevada ABC News Claims McCain Finished In Second

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxRrzLkn66Q

 

Ron Paul also ignored by Swiss TV Station

http://youtube.com/watch?v=RXmP4zNfB0w

Ron Paul Predicts Giuliani Dropout
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/january2008/012108_giuliani_dropout.htm

Fox & Friends Blow Through Ron Paul 2nd Place Finish
http://youtube.com/watch?v=Fanp5_zfRR8

Ron Paul coming SECOND in Nevada. Beats McCain and Huckabee
http://politics.reddit.com/info/65zon/comments/

This is how Al Jazeera International reported the results of the Nevada caucus
http://i25.tinypic.com/29qfx2h.jpg

Paul Happy With 2nd in Nevada
http://ap.google.com/article/AL..29q9BYF8hGozAD8U9C0F00

Paul camp says Nevada GOP caucus in ‘chaos,’ requests delay; Nevada GOP dismisses Ron Paul complaint
http://rawstory.com/news/2007/Pa..da_caucus_delay_0118.html

Delegate Count: MSM Gets it Wrong Again
http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/018753.html

Ron Paul Celebrates Nevada Second
http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2..ntry3732071.shtml

GOP Caucus Complaints Emerge
http://www.kolotv.com/home/headlines/13919082.html

Nevada GOP Dismisses Paul Complaint
http://www.boston.com/news/politics..008/01/nevada_gop_dism.html

NYTimes Censors Ron Paul
http://www.charlotteconservative..s-censors-ron-paul/

 



Ron Paul compared to a Terrorist on National Television

Ron Paul compared to a Terrorist on National Television
MSNBC Hack Describes Ron Paul As “The Al Qaeda Wing Of The Republican Party”

Steve Watson
Infowars.net
January 18, 2008

MSNBC correspondent David Shuster today compared Ron Paul to a terrorist on live television commenting that the presidential candidate represents “the Al Qaeda wing of the Republican party”.

Shuster, a regular on Hardball with Chris Matthews and other MSNBC programs was responding to comments Matthews himself had made during an appearance on the Jay Leno show.

Matthews stated that the GOP candidates could be compared to tribal factions in Iraq, commenting that that that Mike Huckabee and Fred Thompson are like “the fanatics, the Shia wing” while Rudy Giuliani and John McCain are “the more moderate Sunnis”, with Romney as “the Kurd”.

To describe Rudy Giuliani as “more moderate” is a joke in itself but that is beside the point.

When this exchange was reviewed this morning on MSNBC with Joe Scarborough, Shuster waded in and blurted out “I think it’s a great analogy, I mean Ron Paul is the Al Qaeda wing of the Republican party”. Shuster then began to smirk and laugh as the two anchors attempted to wriggle their way out of the situation.

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

So there you have it, the mainstream media, in the form of GE owned MSNBC, literally saying Ron Paul is Al Qaeda.

Shuster goes even further than Glenn Beck did last November when he declared Ron Paul’s supporters to be terrorists. Beck and CNN were flooded with complaints, will this happen to MSNBC? (click here to politely complain and demand a retraction)

Despite the fact that Ron Paul is the only GOP candidate who advocates a complete withdrawal from Iraq, despite the fact that Ron Paul is the only candidate advancing a humble foreign policy, despite the fact that Ron Paul is the only candidate to denounce the concept of preemptive war, he is somehow compared to terrorists.

At the core of Ron Paul’s message lies the unimpeded freedom of the individual in America, the very aspect of life we are told on a daily basis by the same mainstream media is the reason “Al Qaeda” wants to kill us all.

Never mind, Ron Paul is Al Qaeda, just accept it. The sad thing is many people listening to Shuster’s idiocy will.

Iran Press Covers Paul-Al-Qaeda Comparison
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=39437&secti..3510203