2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul attracted an impressive 6,000-plus supporters and undecided voters at his University of Texas at Austin town hall meeting. Ron Paul’s UTA town hall meeting was held at 7:00 p.m. CT at the university’s LBJ Library Lawn, located at 2313 Red River Street in Austin, TX. At the event, Dr. [...]
The Federal Reserve has recently begun to engage in an ongoing bailout of the European monetary system. Under the guise of providing dollar liquidity to strained European financial markets, the Fed is creating hundreds of billions of dollars out of thin air to prop up the euro.
The song “My Dear Country” by Norah Jones was a good accompaniment for the way I felt after the primary results came in, and Ron Paul and other liberty candidates such as Bill Yarbrough failed to secure their respective victories.
“’Cause we believed in our candidate,
But even more it’s the one we hate.”
As we Paul supporters have failed so far to rack-up a victory in the primary or caucus beauty contests, I have started noticing that some are considering giving in to defeatism. That is not worthy of Dr. Paul or our cause – and Winston Churchill will show you why.
In 1940, during the Second World War, Hitler’s tyranny had already swept across all of Europe. The score was liberty – zero; tyranny – too many to count. Only Britain was left standing. And Hitler was coming for us.
I am trying to understand the thinking behind the great many Americans who have decided to vote for a mainstream politician in 2012. So, whether they realize it or not, here are 25 things non-Paul supporters appear to be saying.
(1) The American political establishment has done a super job keeping our country prosperous and our liberties protected, so I’m sure whatever candidate they push on me is probably a good one.
Thank you, Forest.
For Newzies like you and me, there is no shortage of web sites, blogs, pod casts and newsletters extolling the virtues of One Man’s Opinion. As the saying goes, “Like (a certain body part), everybody has one.” Like most, some are better than others. And, like very few, some are really better than others.
Did Ron Paul’s delegate strategy win him the entire Maine delegation? Paul’s top Lieutenant, Jesse Benton says yes.
CPAC is organized by the American Conservative Union, which holds a more status-quo conservative point of view than Paul.
Further diluting Romney’s “clear frontrunner” image have been several polls that show Paul has enough support from independents to hold his own against Obama if he gets the nomination.
Paul may be way ahead- in the delegate count, the only count that will matter when the RNC takes place. This one could come down to the wire…