& Pray for Ron Paul on December 23, 2007
Please skip a meal and pray that this TV special will be watched
closely by a majority of Iowa voters. This 30-minute TV special
will be broadcast throughout Iowa the weekend of Dec. 22-23.
Paul supporters made Dec. 16th a day to remember, again!
December 16th was already a significant day for freedom
in American history. It was the day that the event we have come
to know as the Boston Tea Party took place in 1773. That event helped
to start the American Revolution which in turn made our country
a free and sovereign nation.
Ron Paul supporters decided to add significance to
December 16th by supporting freedom on two fronts. On one front
more than 58,000 supporters donated to the Ron Paul campaign, making
history for a second time, and breaking the standing one day donation
record held by John Kerry. More than
6million dollars was raised in a single 24hour period!
On the other front Ron Paul supporters took to the
streets across the country to march and to re-enact the Boston Tea
The unity of the growing Ron Paul movement this Dec.
16th demonstrates that the American spirit first evident in Boston
in 1773 is alive and well. Let the rEVOLution begin!!!!
You can see some video and a photo album from our
neck of the woods here:
Praying for Righteous Leadership
Strength, resolve, charisma, and interest in your
fellow man are the defining qualities found in a good leader, but
integrity, honesty, humility and a genuine love for humanity are
the qualities you find in a Godly leader.
openly proclaims NAFTA Superhighway
A Newsweek story critical of Rep. Ron Paul and labeling the NAFTA
Superhighway a baseless conspiracy theory has generated approximately
250 adverse reader responses on the "comments" section
of Newsweek's website, many citing hard evidence that the proposed
transcontinental trade corridor is quite real.
of the NAU and NAFTA Superhighway problem.
was Germany’s secret to stopping the inflation? Ron Paul knows
— it was gold!
Zink Plan’s return to gold standard
will save U.S.
During the Republican CNN/YouTube primary debate, Sarah Lederach
at Penn State asked what the presidential candidates would do to
control the national debt. The overwhelming topic of the responses
was that they would cut “pork spending,” the allocation
of federal funds to the pet projects of individual legislators.
"PRO-LIFE" CANDIDATES SHOULD PUT UP OR SHUT UP
Is it not more than interesting that "pro-life"
President George W. Bush, along with the "pro-life" Republican
Party leadership of both houses of Congress, refused--and continues
to refuse--to support Ron Paul's Sanctity of Life Act? In addition,
not a single "pro-life" presidential candidate outside
of Ron Paul has even bothered to mention the Sanctity of Life Act,
much less aggressively call for its implementation with a promise
that, if elected President, he would sign it into law. Not Huckabee;
not McCain; not Thompson; not Romney; none of them!
IMPORTANT CALL TO ACTION:
The only way for Ron Paul to become President is
if he gets the GOP nomination; The only way for Ron Paul to get
the GOP nomination is if we become delegates. As delegates, we'll
be voting to pick the GOP nominee just like the electors in the
electoral college vote to pick the President; Delegates determine
and decide who the GOP nominee is—it's that critical!
The dark side of Mike Huckabee
More important, Huckabee revealed an enduring weakness as glaring as that other Arkansas governor's fondness for women. Huckabee seems to love loot and has a dismissive attitude toward ethics, campaign finance rules and propriety in general. Since that first, failed campaign, the ethical questions have multiplied.
Follow the Words of Paul!
At the recent CNN/YouTube Republican debate, a question
was asked of the candidates: Would Jesus use the death penalty?
Mike Huckabee cleverly dodged the question by stating that Jesus
is not a politician. After all Huckabee, who does support the death
penalty, is a Baptist minister who ceaselessly touts his devotion
to Jesus’ teachings. Yet any Christian who has bothered to
read any of Jesus’ word would realize that Jesus would not
support the death penalty. I am sure we are all glad, as Huckabee
pointed out, that Jesus is not a politician because chicken-hawks,
such as Huckabee, probably would not vote for him.
To prove this point I decided to check my Bible for Jesus’
views on war, and aggression. Everyone knows what I found, so I
will not bore readers with passages of scripture proving unequivocally
that Jesus was against aggressive warfare and very pro-peace. Clearly
he would be a cut-and-run candidate unworthy of any of the neocon
Republican establishment’s support.
However, I found something else that was very interesting. It was
in the Apostle Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians from
the New Living Translation. Paul wrote that "We are human,
but we don’t wage war as humans do. We use God’s mighty
weapons, not worldly weapons, to knock down the strongholds of human
reasoning and to destroy false arguments." 2 Cor.10:3–4.
Does this sound like something Huckabee would endorse? Does it
sound like something any of the Republican candidates would endorse?
The only one I can think of is a man also named Paul. Ron Paul.
Here are some quotes from Ron Paul.
"Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals
than through force of arms."
"Logic tells us that we can make a better world in a much
easier way than causing wars."
"We need to talk to people, trade with people, not go to war
We should take the advice of both Pauls when dealing with foreign
policy. We should set a good example at home, and spread our ideals
of freedom through peaceful means, not bombs falling from the sky.
None of the other Republican candidates endorse this view. Even
Huckabee who, like President Bush, wears his faith on his sleeve
to make sure everyone knows that he is a Christian.
The Apostle Paul mentioned this type of men in his letter as well.
He wrote "Oh don’t worry; we wouldn’t dare say
that we are as wonderful as these other men who tell you how important
they are! But they are only comparing themselves with each other,
using themselves as the standard measurement. How ignorant!"
2 Cor. 10:12.
At the debate Huckabee stated that the Bible was the living Word
of God. Maybe its time he re-read God’s Word.
Jewish Support for Ron Paul in Israel?
Thursday, October 11, 2007 - FreeMarketNews.com
At least one small MeetUp group for Ron Paul has taken hold in Israel,
where sources say support for the GOP Jeffersonian conservative
presidential candidate is blossoming. Others are in the works as
well, sources say.
These international sources add that GOP presidential candidate
Ron Paul's foreign policy of non-intervention is dear to the hearts
of more and more Jews in Israel, as well as in America. "What
people who have not been to Israel, or lived there extensively,
do not understand is that there are plenty of Jews in Israel who
do not want the kind of aid and support that America offers. They
think it is making things worse."
Ron Paul Letter From a Soldier
Tuesday, December 04, 2007 - FreeMarketNews.com
This is why I am taking my personal revolution and joining forces
with Dr. Ron Paul’s revolution. His “bring all the troops
home” non-intervention foreign policy and plans to put America
first again are just what we need at this time in our history. I
don’t expect you to agree with everything he says, but I do
hope we can all put our differences aside and join him in seeing
that ALL the troops come home, the Republic is restored and America
Straw Polls where Ron Paul has come in 1st place:
To date, Ron Paul has won twice as
many Straw Polls as Mitt Romney who comes in a distant second.
Straw Polls in 1st place
Wake County Young Republicans Straw Poll (Raleigh, NC)||12/06/2007||53.0%
|City High School Practice Caucus (Iowa City, IA)||12/04/2007
|Republican Party of Virginia Straw Poll (Arlington, VA)
|The Patriot Primary Straw Poll AM 1280 (Minnetonka, MN)
|Republican Abroad Korea Straw Poll (Seoul, Korea)
|Fresno County GOP Straw Poll, Fresno, CA
|New York State Republican Straw Poll, New York City, NY
|South Sound Ronald Reagan Republican Club, Tacoma, WA
|Springfield Metropolitan Republican Club, Springfield, MO
|Laramie County GOP Straw Poll, Cheyenne, WY
||Conservative Leadership Conference, Reno, Nevada
|Jefferson County, Alabama Straw Poll
|Tulsa State Fair, Oklahoma
|Oregon Straw Poll- Portland, Oregon
|Gwinnett County GOP, Atlanta, Georgia
|CWA New Jersey GOP
|South Sound Ronald Reagan Republican Club
|Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
|DcKalb County, Georgia
|Ronald Reagan Club (Washington)
|Strafford County, NH
|Gaston County, NC
|New Hampshire Taxpayers
Paul led ALL ‘08 candidates with over one-fourth of military
contributions for Q2!
Earlier, we reported military contributions among Republican presidential
candidates place Ron Paul on top at 49.5%, with nearly as much as
all Republicans combined.
A more complete compilation of statistics by Phreadom shows that presidential candidate Ron Paul leads all 2008 presidential candidates in military contributions from the US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and war veterans. Presidential candidate Ron Paul leads with an impressive one-fourth* of all contributions this second quarter according to newly released data from the FEC.
Ron Paul currently has more cash-on-hand than John McCain this quarter, and this new information is indicative of Ron Paul's success. It appears that our soldiers and war veterans have an affinity to, or inclination for Ron Paul's non-intervention principle - defending our homeland and pursuing terrorists, but no nation-building.
Military contributions for Q2
Ron Paul 26.23%
Barack Obama 24.02%
John McCain 18.31%
Hillary Clinton 11.08%
Bill Richardson 5.59%
Mitt Romney 4.05%
John Edwards 2.63%
Rudy Giuliani 2.44%
Mike Huckabee 1.84%
Tom Tancredo 1.63%
Duncan Hunter 1.05%
Joe Biden 0.84%
Mike Gravel 0.16%
Sam Brownback 0.07%
Dennis Kucinich 0.05%
Tommy Thompson 0%
Chris Dodd 0%
Jim Gilmore 0%
John Cox 0%