Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Why Ron Paul can Beat Hillary/Obama/Edwards

Ron Paul is not about Ron Paul.

What the hell does that mean??

The Ron Paul Revolution is about Ron Paul's message, not about the man, or his so-called "chances" in this 2008 presidential race.

His support on the internet is starting to dwarf the so-called "big 3" in either the GOP or democrat race. Everywhere you turn online, Ron Paul is winning a poll or dominating conversations.

Why is this?

It's the message, stupid!

His pro-freedom, anti-war, pro-free market message is attracting people from all different political philosophies.

The top 3 dems and the top 3 repubs are all pretty similar. They all bow down to the elitist organizations like the Council on Foreign Relations, therefore, their messages sound pretty much the same.

Ron Paul not only delivers a well-received message, but comes across as honest- a new thing for any politician!

Ron Paul's biggest challenge will be the GOP nomination. If he wins that, he will have overwhelming support against Hillary, or Obama, or Edwards...Al Gore? That's a topic for another post!

Monday, May 28, 2007

Ron Paul: Interview On 'CNN Sunday Spotlight' [May 27, 2007]

Ron Paul kicks some butt on CNN! Sunday May 27th.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Odds Are Improving!

Huge jump in popularity for Ron Paul means odds are vastly improved!

Ron Paul Presidential Odds Slashed in Half

Following a groundswell of bets coming in on 2008 US Presidential candidate, Ron Paul, has reacted by slashing his odds to win in half.

The decision follows publication of an article on the website yesterday entitled Online Gambling: Don't Underestimate Ron Paul and featured revelations that Ron Paul has received more search queries than both Hillary Clinton and Rudolph Giuliani combined.

The article itself attracted a few thousand readers and was the single most popular article to appear on the website on Monday. It is the most read political betting related article within a single day period to date.

"So many Paul stories are getting pushed up on Digg that Diggers think there's a conspiracy or rigging behind them all," writes David Weigel of

Three months ago, Reason's Weigel pointed out that only weeks after people (like me) complained that Paul was being kept off the mighty Pajamas Media 2008 straw poll, he's on it and winning it, with a six point lead over runner-up Rudy Giuliani.

"So maybe there's not a web conspiracy to promote Paul. Maybe (1) the other Republican candidates are gobsmackingly lame and (2)lots of libertarians use this fancy "internet" contraption."

Ron Paul still offers great value at Two weeks ago, the 2008 Presidential candidate was overlooked on the betting odds menu. In only a 24 hour period, Paul's odds have been slashed from 200 to 1 to 100 to 1. That still translates into a $10,000 payout for every $100 bet.

Ron Paul is a strong advocate of one's right to gamble online.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Support the Troops? Are you a True Patriot?

Ron Paul gave an amazing speech to the U.S. House of Representatives last night on what it means to be a true patriot. Check this one out! You can bookmark

"it is dissent from government policies that defines the true patriot and champion of liberty"

"Faith in government coercion and a lack of understanding of how free societies operate encourages big government liberals and big government conservatives to manufacture a war psychology to demand political loyalty for domestic policy, just as is required in foreign affairs."

It's not a Republican thing. It's not a Democrat thing.

If nothing, else, most people would admit that Ron Paul is the most interesting candidate in the 2008 presidential race.

He openly rails against President Bush and the neocon agenda, even though he himself is a republican.
He did the same with President Clinton as Clinton used the troops in all kinds of illegal and unconstitutional ways.

Ron Paul goes far beyond political parties. He knows exactly what the problems in our country are, and does not care about left vs. right or republican vs. democrat. He wants our country to be brought back to the republic which it was founded as.

Supporting candidates who want to make everything republican vs. democrat is a complete waste of time. This phony left/right battle is part of the design to make us think we have a choice. TV instills this in us. Are you right or left? Which one of our pundits do you agree with? And they present only 2 choices in each issue, as if that's all there is.

This election is not about political parties. It's about turning the system upside down. No other candidate can do this. The rest of the republican field is pro-war. Most of the democrats are pro-war (Hillary and Obama both have said they would not take Iran off the table, Edwards voted for the Iraq war), and the ones that are not, such as Dennis Kucinich, want socialism for the U.S.

The choice is clear in 08. It's Ron Paul or we lose the country.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Can Ron Paul Really Win in 2008?

I keep hearing that "Ron Paul has no chance of winning the republican nomination or the 2008 election."

Nonsense I say!

Yes, it is an uphill battle.
Yes, the cards are stacked against him.

But I believe Ron Paul CAN win, and this is the best chance of saving the country we're going to have for a long time.

The difference between Ron Paul's campaign challenges and everyone else's, including Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and any of the other so-called mainstream candidates is this: the Ron Paul campaign team will have to work 10 times as hard as everyone else. He has a the mainstream media against him, the all-powerful CFR against him, the elite banking establishment against him, and the neocons within his party pulling out all stops in the attempt to give him the boot.

They also have us beat with funding: no matter how much Ron Paul raises, they will all raise more.

These are all obstacles- but they are NOT insurmountable.

We can counter the media with blogs like this one, and YouTube videos (Paul is currently the #1 candidate on YouTube- yay!)

We can hammer the neocons within the republican party as they try to pull their tricks.

We can make sure the Ron Paul Revolution is voting in every online poll.

We can continue to make calls into talk shows, no matter what party they claim to be for.

We can call and write to the mainstream media shows to ask for an interview with Ron Paul.

This is our chance to make change happen. This is defintitely NOT a partisan thing- it makes no difference what you used to be- "republican" or "democrat" are just labels. The important thing is to support Ron Paul in the primaries. Re-register as a republican, even if you were formerly a so-called "far left liberal". We need to counter the establishment, and I'm sorry to say but NONE of the mainstream candidates are going to do this- including Hillary, including Obama, including Edwards, and including every last republican in the field.

Ron Paul 2008!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Most Important Issues

One objection I have heard to voting for Ron Paul is his stance on abortion. He is a pro-life candidate. He feels that abortion is a state issue, not a federal government issue. Let's look at this issue and really consider how important it is before we go making a decision to not vote for him based on a single issue:

Abortion is what is called a "distraction issue".

Abortion affects like .01% of the population.
The Patriot Act, the war, 9/11, etc. affect EVERYONE.

I live in Califonia. What our president's views on abortion are will NEVER affect the legality status of it here, it will always remain legal, therefore the issue at the federal level has zero relevance.

You can vote for Hillary or Rudy G or Obama over Ron Paul, keep your endless "war on terror", your patriot act, your elimination of the constitution. But you will have abortion. And heck, maybe flag burning and gay marriage too while you're at it!

The point is, while it's important to know where candidates stand on all issues, there are FAR more important ones than abortion.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Ron Paul for President

It's time to take the country back!

Ron Paul has performed fantastically in the last 2 republican debates. He has won nearly every poll imaginable online.

Ron Paul speaks to conservatives, republicans, libertarians, independents, and even some democrats and greens.

He is the anti-establishment candidate.

Ron Paul is starting to build momentum and become recognized. It's exciting to be following his rise in 2007. The mainstream media is doing what it can to shut him out. But it won't work, because Ron Paul speaks the truth!

Get ready for the Ron Paul revolution!