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McCain’s Freudian Slip: ‘I’m a proud … liberal …’

McCain’s Freudian Slip: ‘I’m a proud … liberal …’

Raw Story
February 29, 2008

http://youtube.com/watch?v=GTiRK9wYE58

Did John McCain confirm the worst fears of Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter at a campaign stop in Texas this week?

The Arizona Republican, who caught plenty of flak from his party’s most vocal conservatives during the presidential primary campaign, slipped up in a speech to supporters Thursday, when he was trying to outline the differences between himself and the to-be-decided Democratic nominee.

“I’m a proud conservative, liberal Repub — uh, conservative Republican,” McCain said, trying to stuff his Freudian slip back into his mouth.

“Hello, easy there,” McCain said to laughs from the crowd. “Let me say this: I am a proud conservative Republican, and both of my possible, likely opponents are liberal Democrats.”

McCain went on to note Barack Obama’s ranking as National Journal’s most liberal Senator for 2007, previewing what will likely be an oft-repeated refrain if the Illinois Senator scores the Democratic nomination. The ranking’s methodology has been questioned elsewhere, but similar attacks were seen to have damaged John Kerry in 2004 after he received the same No. 1 ranking from the inside-the-beltway policy journal.

The “proud … liberal” slip wasn’t McCain’s only brush with what Freud might say was an inadvertent revelation of his subconscious thoughts. Early in the speech, railing against negative campaign ads, McCain said the following:

“I want to assure you that … I will conduct a respectful debate. Now, it’ll be dispirited — it’ll be spirited — because there are stark differences.”

 

McCain: “Doesn’t Matter” if I’ve Got Indicted Rep. Renzi on Campaign

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9QPA8tb17s

 

La Crosse Ron Paul meetup group confronts John McCain

http://youtube.com/watch?v=BzzgL-YmZfc

McCain ‘Very Honored’ By Support Of Pastor Preaching ‘End-Time Confrontation With Iran’
http://thinkprogress.org/2008/02/28/hagee-mccain-endorsement/

NY Times: McCain Might Not Be Eligible To Be President
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/..c=rss&pagewanted=print

McCain fortune traced to organized crime
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=57354

McCain’s Sweet Ride: Lobbyist’s Plane Flew Saudi Royals after 9/11
http://www.madcowprod.com/02272008.html

 



Ron Paul Wins Arkansas and Connecticut Straw Polls

Ron Paul Wins Connecticut Straw Poll

The Hartford Courant
January 28, 2008

MIDDLETOWN – The results of the city’s presidential straw poll, held Saturday night, are in — and Hillary Clinton and Ron Paul were the big winners.

The straw poll, a private event that cost $10 a ticket, benefited the Connecticut Breast Cancer Coalition. It was held at The Church of the Holy Trinity on Main Street.

The results are: First ballot: Ron Paul, 42 percent; Hillary Clinton, 30 percent; Barack Obama, 20 percent; John McCain, 2 percent; and Mitt Romney, 2 percent.

Second ballot: Paul, 42 percent; Clinton, 32 percent; and Obama, 22 percent.

Third ballot: Paul, 46 percent; Clinton, 42 percent.

 

Ron Paul wins latest Poll in Arkansas

Stephen Wood
Nolan Chart
January 25, 2008

Presidential hopeful Congressman Ron Paul won the most recent straw poll in Arkansas. The event was sponsored by the Benton County County Republican Committee.

The results came as a surprise to party insiders who played down the significance of the poll, which was used to help raise money for the party.

Here are the results:

Ron Paul 36.6%
Mitt Romney 24.6%
Mike Huckabee 21.1%
John McCain 14.0%
Rudy Giuliani 2.8%

Congressman Paul has not had to advertise in Arkansas because his Grass Roots movement is so large as evidenced by this poll. He attributes his continued success to the fact that: “People love the idea of Liberty, Prosperity and Peace.”

Even before the event had ended, the Political Spin was already starting with the other campaigns. “I think it would be wrong to over-interpret this (vote),” Benton County Republican Committee Chairman George Spence said.

Stung by the low ratings in his home state, Huckabee spokeswoman Alice Stewart said: “We’ve yet to campaign here for the Republican nomination. Once we do, we expect to see support all across the state.” These results do seem to be an indicator of things to come for former Governor Mike Huckabee as most voters in Arkansas are already familiar with his record.
Rep. Donna Hutchinson said: “I think it indicates a problem that has been below the surface that no one has talked about, a lot of Republicans are upset.”

Sen. Dave Bisbee, a former floor leader for Huckabee, failed to vote for the former Governor. This is a clear blow to the Huckabee campaign.

 

Chelsea Clinton Swarmed by Ron Paul Supporters

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nt6FKT0OMkA

 

Ron Paul Interview On Fox Seattle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlX7wzERSwM

 

Ron Paul Domination in Meetup Groups

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK1iVZwpxdg

 

Paul, Best Kept Secret Beats All ‘Frontrunners’

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9ukh_sDj6M

Recent News:

Lou Dobbs: ‘Ron Paul is the only inspiring candidate
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y5nQWnllHY

Ron Paul has won 67% Of Straw Polls Since June 2007
http://www.nolanchart.com/au..ticle.php?ArticleID=1484

Ron Paul Ad: Our Nation is in Trouble
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugJgx38jkn0

Olbermann Reports On Ron Paul
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soLJe-euax4

The Better Ron Paul Does, The More He Will Be Ignored
http://www.gambling911.com/Ron-Paul-012808.html

With Thompson out, Tom McClintock leans to Ron Paul
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2008/01/with-fred-thomp.html

Letter: Paul only candidate able to fix health care
http://www.billingsgazette.net/article..pinion/letters/27-paul.txt

Alabama Republican Assembly Endorses Ron Paul for President
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/080126/20080126005021.html?.v=1

Paul: We started Iraq war long ago
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=40493&secti..3510203

Ron Paul was right not only on taxes, spending, and monetary policy, but also on the housing bubble
http://www.foreclosurefish.com/blog/index.php?id=373

Rise of the Ron Paul Republicans (in California)
http://www.nctimes.com/a..ve/8_35_561_26_08.txt

CNN: Voting for Ron Paul = “Protest Vote”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUlwLw7ojqU

Paul: U.S. Has Run Out Of Money
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=40620&secti..3510203

Ron Paul Domination in Meetup Groups
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZngnWAQfM0

 



Ron Paul Breaks Record, $6+ Million in 24 Hours

Ron Paul Sets All-Time Fundraising Record

Nolan Chart
December 17, 2007


This screenshot was taken 3 minutes after the fundraiser ended

Unofficially, the Ron Paul campaign raised $5.92 million dollars on-line yesterday. That’s the largest amount every raised by any candidate on-line in any electoral campaign ever, anywhere. Over 57,668 Paul supporters can be justly proud of themselves and delighted about what those kind of funds can bring to their campaign.

The Boston Tea Party blitz “broke the thermometer” on the $12 million campaign quarterly goal within the first few hours. Reporters and columnists will probably be quibbling about what records it actually broke for the next week, while they’re taking rides on the Ron Paul Blimp. Volunteer promoter Trevor Lyman will probably be getting more than his 15 minutes of fame.

Campaign Records

Candidates are not required to record contribution receipts on the day they are received. They are only required to exercise “due diligence” in entering the data prior to the end of the quarter, for reporting to the Federal Election Commission (FEC). Campaign offices may have stacks of checks received during the course of a week, before allocating staff to do the required data entry before a reporting deadline.

As a result, there is no way to tell, from FEC reports, what day the contributions were sent or received. The only thing known is when they were entered into the computerized reporting systems. The last day of a quarterly reporting period may be the most hectic. That’s when Hillary Clinton’s campaign entered $6.2 million dollars of contributions: June 30, 2007. At the time, her campaign publicized several million-dollar fundraising events in the prior week, but took no credit for any one-day record for receipts.

Ron Paul beat that record too! In addition to the on-line contributions, he received over $400,000+ in off-line contributions on Sunday, bringing his verified record one-day fundraising total of $6.32 million.

On-Line Receipts

In the 2004 presidential campaign, John Kerry took in $2.7 million from on-line contributions (automatically recorded into their systems on that day) two days after he “locked up” the nomination: March 6, 2004. That record was broken by the November 5th Ron Paul Money Bomb that brought in $4.2 million.

However, FEC records indicate that the Kerry campaign entered an additional $3.0 million on the same day. There is no way to tell when those additional funds were sent or received. Nevertheless, the total of $5.7 million has been reported as a one-day fundraising record for Kerry. Ron Paul total receipts broke that dubious record by more than a half-million dollars.

Quarterly Records

The 4th Quarter FEC reports are not due until ten days after January 1st, 2008. Given Ron Paul’s totals, it is unlikely that any competitors will be bragging about their quarterly totals before the numbers are released by the FEC, well after the Iowa and Wyoming caucuses and the New Hampshire and Michigan primaries.

At this point, the Ron Paul effort is projected to raise over $21 million for the fourth quarter. That exceeds the third quarter totals reported by every other Republican candidate for President. None of them have reported their receipts so far this quarter, although Mike Huckabee was delighted with breaking a $2.0 million campaign goal last week. At the beginning of this quarter, Ron Paul had more cash on hand ($5m+) than any other Republican candidate except Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson. Both Romney and McCain were in the red, due to debts incurred by their campaigns (for Romney, three loans from his own pocket).

For too many months, reporters have discounted Ron Paul’s credibility. He either couldn’t raise enough money (“the mother’s milk of politics”) or he couldn’t develop enough grass-roots support to turn out voters. On the first count, Paul is now the apparent leader in Republican Presidential candidate fundraising. He will undoubtedly be hiring more staff and buying more advertising. But, for real grass-roots activists, none of the campaigns even come close to the 77,949 real people who are participating in MeetUp events around the country. That’s twice as many committed supporters as all of the other campaigns (Republican and Democrat) combined. There are a dozen other social internet groups with tens of thousands of Paul supporters. In terms of grass-roots activism, nobody even comes close to the Ron Paul rEVOLution squads.

Next Sunday, Tim Russert will not be able to sayYou can’t win” to Ron Paul’s face. That hour-long appearance on Meet The Press will expose millions more to the Ron Paul message. What astounds the other campaigns is that Ron has no “handlers” to “prep him” for this major appearance. He doesn’t need them. He’s been practicing for 30 years and never varied in his principles. He is naturally eloquent and he can be totally honest, because he respects voters and knows the facts. There will be a lot of people astounded by the successes of the Ron Paul campaign. And they will be astounded again when the January election results start arriving.

 

Ron Paul Tea Party Los Angeles,Ca

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGB8BeUWtwA

 

International Ron Paul Support at Strasbourg Teaparty

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19BuFDG18lo

 

Austin Tea Party

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHbYr011UoI

 

Dec 16th Ron Paul donation day coverage on CNN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KCrvxZAsO8

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Ron Paul: CNN Early Tea Party Coverage
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Would Ron Paul Be Endorsed by the Founding Fathers? Lawyer Says Yes
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