View Full Version : Ron Paul Supporters... Post Debate Rally Speech
12-03-2007, 08:09 PM
Ron Paul Supporters...
In case you missed it, Ron Paul delivered one of his most powerful campaign speeches of his candidacy to a packed crowd of over 500 people after the Florida debate. He goes over the entire platform and the crowd gets incredibly energized. It's amazing... Put it on your ipod or something... It's not a great recording, but once you get through about the first two minutes, it clears up a bit.
There's no other candidate in the entire field that can generate this kind of excitement... You have to listen to this:
12-04-2007, 03:12 AM
This guy thinks that the "top tier" campaigns might have to actually pay people in order to turn out the vote to beat Ron Paul:
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12-04-2007, 04:34 AM
I really do enjoy politics. This is going to be a great run for president. It's always fun when the incumbent can't run. I can't wait to see who shoots out of the gate and then how the other candidates attack them when they do.
The funnest would be for Obama to get an early win over clinton.
For someone like Huckabee to leapfrog Gulliani and Romney
Then of course the best thing of all if Ron Paul can do well enough to be a real contender and defy the mainstream media polling.
12-04-2007, 10:58 AM
I'm amazed that Americans aren't listening to Ron Paul. Instead, they are listening to all these flaccid political hacks arguing about how they intend to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic. What we need is to restore the Constitution. Restore habeas corpus. Restore the war powers. Restore our sovereignty. Restore our liberty. Restore our borders. Like Paul said, the only combatant being attacked in an endless war on terrorism is our liberty here at home. Same thing with the endless war on drugs. We're supposed to be the beacon of freedom in this world, not the exemplar of corporate lap dogs. This is not the time to discuss our various and sundry health care options or how "maybe or maybe not" we can bring home our troops in four years. This is the time to walk into Washington with a giant leaf blower and blast the filth, corruption, lard, cynicism and greed out of the peoples' houses.
"No army can stop an idea whose time has come." Ron Paul