Ron Paul’s Chances• Walter Block for LewRockwell.com
Here are some reasons, to be refuted, on Ron Paul's chances.
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Here are some reasons, to be refuted, on Ron Paul's chances.
Paul’s campaign has even received support from other organizations not officially affiliated with his presidential campaign. The best example of this is the “Ron Paul Revolution,” which plasters hand-made signs on chain link fences.
Stephanopoulos then asked Paul, "What's success for you in this campaign?" but cut off the start of Paul's response, "Well, to win ..." with an interjected "That's not going to happen!"
There is already talk among the Ron Paul faithful of staging another massive rally in Spartanburg and nearby Greenville. Looks like the Revolution is heading to South Carolina :) weekend of July 21st... to be confirmed.
A crowd of about 350 people was on its feet, whistling, clapping, and chanting their man's name. Banners, T-shirts and bumper stickers bore the words, "Ron Paul REVOLUTION"
Ron Paul on ABC News' This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
Ron Paul finally got some air time on a national Sunday morning talk show this week, Only to have the host tell him that he wasn't going to win the election. In this brief commentary, I'll talk about why candidates like Paul deserve better, a
At Ron Paul rally in Las Vegas they just reported that Ron Paul got 65% of hard sought straw poll.
Clearly the challenge for the campaign was fund raising, breaking through a perceived media blackout, and in general being taken seriously as a candidate. For the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign, Q2 of 2007 has been a success on all levels.
Though often regarded as a longshot candidate for president, Republican Ron Paul tells ABC News that he has an impressive $2.4 million in cash on hand after raising an equal amount during the second quarter, putting him ahead of one-time Republican f
A brief 1 plus minute clip of Ron Paul being interviewed on ABC News that is to be aired this coming Sunday, July 8.
Rudy Giuliani emerged as the winner in the GOP presidential money contest this quarter, raising more and spending less than both of his leading rivals. Mitt Romney tapped his personal wealth for a $6.5 million loan and John McCain's campaign
A release of all presidential candidates and their number of YouTube channel views as of 9:12 am ET on July 6, 2007 via RonPaul2008.com Obama - 5,186,833 Paul - 2,092,246
The day before Senate Watergate Committee minority counsel Fred Thompson made the inquiry that launched him into the national spotlight -- asking an aide to President Nixon whether there was a White House taping system -- he telephoned Nixon's la
Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney, who rails against pornography, is being criticized by social conservatives who argue that he should have tried to halt hardcore hotel movie offerings during his near-decade on the Marriott board. Two
Presidential candidate Ron Paul will be interviewed for 15 minutes by ABC News' chief Washington correspondent George Stephanopoulos this Sunday, July 8, on the program "This Week".
Ron Paul came anyway to give his own separate speech in a place where they could not ban him. He brought with him the most incredible army of volunteers and supporters. (A very good article to give you a full picture of the events on both sides)
This was recorded when Ron Paul, his wife, Lew Moore, and Kent Synder all visited with the out-of-state supporters (about 50) who had showed up in Des Moines at 12:00 pm on June 30th 2007.
This Video shows crowd shots near the Hy-Vee Hall and in the Hy-Vee hall on June 30th, 2007 between about 12 and 7:30 pm. I would say it is an accurate depiction of the crowds near and in the hall. Footage of cute kid starts at 4 minutes 40 seconds.
Fred Thompson can do nothing but profess to be another neoconservative warmonger. When their limited government credentials are stacked side-by-side, not only do Ron Paul’s tower over Thompson’s, Ru Paul’s do.
Independent Sen. Joseph Lieberman is praising Republican presidential candidates John McCain and Rudy Giuliani for not blindly following their political base on issues such as immigration and abortion.
The campaign said the decline in contributions had left it with $2 million. It said it had raised just $11.2 million over the past three months, despite McCain's pledge to do better than his anemic $13 million showing in the first three months of
Ron Paul talks to volunteers gathered hours before the main event in Iowa June 30th 2007
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is taking an early lead in political ad spending, with his GOP presidential campaign running more TV ads than any other candidate. [by spending his own money]
Republican John McCain struggled to keep his deeply troubled campaign afloat Monday, laying off dozens of staffers after lackluster fundraising and excessive spending left him with just $2 million for his second presidential bid.
A video with a international reporter that hopefully will get everyone truly interested in what he is saying.
The campaign and eye witnesses say that the rally held next door to an Iowa GOP tax forum – sponsored by the Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance - drew at least 1,000 individuals. This would have been at least 200-400 more than the
Straight from Iowa, Ernest Hancock gives the behind the scenes details of the Ron Paul Revolution's activities around the Paul-A-Poloosa event next door to the Iowans for Tax Relief and Iowan Christian Alliance Event w/o Dr. Paul
Outsider Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul headlined a raucous campaign rally Saturday after a multi-candidate GOP forum in Des Moines to which the Texas congressman was not invited. An audience of more than 600 GOP activists turned out for
I got such a treat Saturday, June 30th, 2007 folks! I got to see Ron Paul speak in Des Moines, Iowa, after being excluded from the Presidential Candidates Forum put on by Ed Failor of Iowans for Tax Relief. Dr. Paul was in the same building as Fai