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  • Caption Cindy Sheehan (Vanity)

    12/21/2007 2:23:58 PM PST · by mnehring · 65 replies · 1,533+ views
    ..to be revealed later...
    Cindy Sheehan along with Stormfront Leader Jamie Kelso (in the Ron Paul t-shirt) at a Ron Paul rally in Ft. Worth.
  • Neo-Nazis Say: Ron Paul is One of Us

    12/19/2007 6:39:16 PM PST · by SJackson · 100 replies · 1,863+ views
     Neo-Nazis Say: Ron Paul is One of Us Wed, Dec 19, 2007 at 5:49:26 pm PST Take this one with a grain of salt, please. But at one of the ugliest neo-Nazi sites on the web, Vanguard News Network, the leader of the American National Socialist Workers Party says Ron Paul Lies About Lack Of Involvement With White Nationalists. (The link goes to a Google redirect page, because I won’t link directly to these vile creeps.) Ron Paul Lies About Lack Of Involvement With White Nationalists Comrades: I have kept quiet about the Ron Paul campaign for a while,...
  • Ron Paul: 'When fascism comes it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a cross'. (Drudge's Title)

    12/18/2007 7:41:42 AM PST · by mnehring · 1,038 replies · 2,782+ views
    YouTube video via Drudge- Ron Paul quote this morning on Fox and Friends- "When fascism comes it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a cross. "
  • Ron Paul on track to be biggest fundraiser (politico)

    11/30/2007 9:07:21 AM PST · by traviskicks · 171 replies · 275+ views
    Politico ^ | 11/30/07 | Jeanne Cummings
    Ron Paul may not win his party’s primary, but he is on track to capture another big title: Top Republican fundraiser for the final quarter of the money-obsessed 2008 presidential primary. In the first two months of the quarter that began Oct. 1, Paul already has raised more than $9.75 million, putting him easily within range to best the amount rival Mitt Romney received from donors during the entire third quarter. The Texas congressman has set a goal of raising $12 million before the fourth quarter’s Dec. 31st deadline, a sum New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani couldn’t achieve in the...
  • Ron Paul Courts 9-11 Troofers on Alex Jones Show...Again (Paging Ministry of Silly Explanations)

    11/21/2007 9:31:52 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 192 replies · 711+ views
    The Jawa Report ^ | November 21, 2007
    Apparently, America's greatest patriot was on Loonwaffle/Trooferville's favorite radio show today with the King Nutbar himself, although I'm not sure if anyone grabbed audio. If you want to listen to the rebroadcast stream, go here. I don't feel like it. Have fun.
  • Hundreds Attend Paul's Rally At U. Nevada Reno

    11/21/2007 1:23:37 PM PST · by Captain Kirk · 15 replies · 236+ views
    CBS News ^ | November 21, 2007
    More than 600 people came out Tuesday afternoon for a rally held by presidential hopeful Ron Paul. Paul, the Texas representative who's gaining attention for his online and grassroots support, spoke to the crowd about ending the war in Iraq, limiting government regulation and gaining economic stability. "We don't need to sacrifice," Paul said, drawing applause from the audience. "What we need is freedom to make our own decisions."
  • Ron Paul breaks into the light as freedom warrior

    11/11/2007 4:33:12 AM PST · by Salena Zito · 227 replies · 179+ views
    Tribune-Review ^ | David Brown
    Ron Paul breaks into the light as freedom warrior By David M. Brown TRIBUNE-REVIEW Sunday, November 11, 2007 DES MOINES -- It used to be easy to portray Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul as a quixotic champion of a hopeless cause. But Don Quixote never raised $4.2 million in a single day. The parody of someone tilting at windmills hardly fits now that Paul is raising serious amounts of campaign cash. He's using it to fortify grassroots efforts in the important early caucus state of Iowa and to buy TV ads in New Hampshire and other key battleground states. The...
  • Ron Paul: Israel bought Jesse Helms

    11/09/2007 11:48:01 AM PST · by LSUfan · 109 replies · 2,571+ views
    The Ron Paul Political Report | Volume 1 Number 1 | Ron Paul
    Ron Paul Political Report Volume I Number 1 Page 3 In Congress today, unquestlonlng support for Israel is true bipartisan foreign policy. Conservative Senator Jesse Helms (R-Nc) was once a critic of aid to Israel. In 1983, the Israell lobby set out to forge an alliance between the evangelical right and Jews and knew Helms would be the best place to start. As a result, in 1984 Israeli PACs and associated wealthy buslnessmen helped bankroll Helms' reelection. campaign. Once Helms was back in office, he was flown to Israel. At the Wailing wall, Helms described the revelatlon that God wanted...
  • Could Ron Paul Be the Ralph Nader of 2008?

    11/06/2007 8:10:23 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 19 replies · 445+ views
    Commentary Magazine ^ | November 6, 2007 | John Podhoretz
    Rep. Ron Paul, the maverick Texas Republican who is running as an anti-war libertarian in the Republican primary, has come charging out of nowhere to become the leading fundraiser in the brief history of the Internet. Yesterday, his campaign reported a one-day take around $3.8 million, with an average donation of $98. In one respect, Paul deserves his success. He is a far more articulate and coherent critic of administration policy in Iraq than any candidate on the Democratic side, speaking as he does the frank and plain language of the isolationist. “The fundamental question remains,” he said in 2004,...
  • Is San Francisco Ron Paul territory? (Duh!)

    10/29/2007 9:25:13 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies · 236+ views
    The Los Angeles Times ^ | October 29, 2007 | Scott Martelle
    Stephanie Burns and Ben Parkinson strolled down sun-drenched Fillmore Street with political thievery on their minds. Both are grass-roots volunteers for Republican presidential contender Ron Paul, a Texas congressman whose libertarian views might seem to make him a tough sell in this legendarily left-wing city. But Burns, Parkinson and other Paul supporters have been spending their weekends marching, staffing tables and knocking on doors in an improbable quest: picking up some of California's 173 convention delegates in the Feb. 5 primary. On the surface, the plan seems quixotic given general assumptions about California: that the state is too big for...
  • Ron Paul, Candidate of the Insane

    10/28/2007 5:15:58 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 3 replies · 440+ views
    My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy ^ | October 27th, 2007 | Beth
    Just so ya know, credit for finding the Alex Jones payment from Ron Paul, if youÂ’re here from Hot Air or CaptainÂ’s Quarters, goes to one of my anti-Paul/anti-troofer friends at digg, COINTELPROAgent (a facetious name to bait the troofers, if thatÂ’s not obvious). YouÂ’d be surprised how much information you can find out (i.e. FEC violations, among other things) just by reading the nonsense the Paultards spew over there. IÂ’m on a mission to clean up the internets, if you havenÂ’t noticed. IÂ’m reeeeally sick of the RP spammers. If Ron Paul is going to get a spot at...
  • Does Ron Paul Go For Racists? (Stormfront donating to Paul campaign)

    10/26/2007 9:52:25 AM PDT · by jdm · 36 replies · 1,159+ views
    Heading Right ^ | October 26, 2007 | Ed Morrissey
    The Lone Star Times has found an embarrassing donation in the Ron Paul records. The new husband of David Duke’s ex-wife Chloe and a supremacist in his own right gave $500 to Paul’s campaign, which reignited a past controversy of an earlier Paul campaign. It also calls into question just how much responsibility a candidate has for its uninvited donors: A LoneStarTimes.com investigation has conclusively established that a leading figure in the American neo-Nazi / White-Supremacist movement has provided financial support to Ron Paul’s 2008 Presidential campaign. The individual in question is Don Black, the founder, owner and operator of...
  • Orange County Register columnist: "The Ron Paul Penomenon"

    10/15/2007 7:20:30 PM PDT · by freedomdefender · 78 replies · 451+ views
    ocregister ^ | October 7, 2007 | Alan Brock
    The Texas congressman is not likely to be president, but his campaign already represents the most significant pro-freedom movement in recent American history. ...So how did a 72-year-old grandfather who is self-effacing and slender to the point of looking frail on television (he doesn't in person) become the closest thing to a rock star the Republicans have produced, swarmed for autographs at every appearance? Raised in Pittsburgh, Ron Paul attended Duke medical school, served in the Air Force, and began practicing medicine (he's an OB-GYN) near Houston. Along the way he started reading writers like Ludwig von Mises and Friederich...
  • Second Amendment Foundation Recognizes Ron Paul

    10/14/2007 10:05:52 PM PDT · by freedomdefender · 37 replies · 120+ views
    buckeye firearms ^ | October 15, 2007 | Mark Noble
    Over the weekend, the Second Amendment Foundation's (SAF) Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) convened in Fort Mitchell, KY. With eight hundred pre-registered attendees, this was the largest SAF event ever. From the buttons, bumper stickers, and familiar faces, it was clear that a sizable chunk of the morning's record figure could be attributed to interest in Congressman and Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul. The conference began on Saturday with a Federal Affairs Briefing that explained the many ways that bloated federal government and bureaucracy is currently attempting to regulate as well as legislate away our rights. The crowd was unified...
  • Ron Paul Revolution in Tempe Arizona [Paul supporters, make your pitch to Chiropractors]

    10/14/2007 6:59:01 PM PDT · by SJackson · 102 replies · 64+ views
    Planet Chiropractic ^ | 10-14-7 | Michael Dorausch, DC
    Ron Paul Revolution in Tempe Arizonaplanetc1.com-news@4:22 pm PST by Michael Dorausch, DC Supporters of the Ron Paul Revolution were evangelizing out on the streets of Tempe this past weekend, while thousands were in town for the ASU vs. Washington Huskies game at Sun Devils Stadium. It started online and now it's moving into the physical world, I'm beginning to see this guy's name in more places and I'm recognizing someone is doing a hell of a job at getting the message out. Earlier last week I authored a blog post about Chiropractors Voting for Ron Paul and there were quite...
  • An Open Letter to the Ron Paul Faithful

    10/11/2007 10:55:46 PM PDT · by South40 · 44 replies · 873+ views
    CNBC.com ^ | 10/11/2007 | John Harwood
    Dear folks, You guys are good. Real good. You are truly a force on World Wide Web and I tip my hat to you. That's based on my first hand experience of your work regarding our CNBC Republican candidate debate. After the debate, we put up a poll on our Web site asking who readers thought won the debate. You guys flooded it. Now these Internet polls are admittedly unscientific and subject to hacking. In the end, they are really just a way to engage the reader and take a quick temperature reading of your audience. Nothing more and nothing...
  • Ron Paul’s supporters aren’t Republicans

    10/13/2007 10:32:28 AM PDT · by JRochelle · 357 replies · 365+ views
    eyeon08.com ^ | 10/13/2007 | Soren Dayton
    A standard question is "who is actually supporting Ron Paul?" There has been an assumption that the answer is "not Republicans", but there isn’t always evidence. Then I was reminded of this when a comment was left on a video of Mike Huckabee putting the smack-down on Ron Paul. The recent comment said: If you support Ron Paul, understand that you MUST REGISTER TO VOTE REPUBLICAN. The cut off in most states is the middle of this month. That is only a couple of days away. It is CRITICAL that if you want Ron Paul to be our next President,...
  • Dr. Paul's Malpractice

    10/12/2007 12:48:13 AM PDT · by neverdem · 85 replies · 2,586+ views
    realclearpolitics.com ^ | October 12, 2007 | Tom Bevan
    In the spin room after the Republican debate on Tuesday evening in Dearborn, Mich., a reporter from the Arab-American News asked Ron Paul what he thought of the term "Islamic fascism." "It's a false term to make people think we're fighting Hitler," Paul responded. "It's war propaganda designed to generate fear so that the war has to be spread." Now, when Paul asserts that the war in Iraq is a mistake that is bankrupting America, he's making a serious argument which current polls suggest a majority of Americans agree with -- though not most Republicans. When he says 9/11 was...
  • Ron Paul: Give Peace a Chance-no possible reason to ever launch military action or initiate a war

    10/11/2007 4:32:06 PM PDT · by SJackson · 319 replies · 4,898+ views
    Washington Post ^ | October 11, 2007 | Michael D. Shear
    Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul said today that he could see no possible reason to ever launch military action or initiate a war, vowing instead to battle efforts he said are undermining the individual liberties of people in America. In an interview with Washingtonpost.com's PostTalk program, the Texas congressman said he could see "no reason" to justify military action if he were elected president. He compared the United States to a schoolyard bully and said the country has no reason to flex its muscles overseas. "There's nobody in this world that could possibly attack us today," he said in the...
  • Dawkins: Jews Control US Policy

    10/08/2007 1:22:22 PM PDT · by Nachum · 106 replies · 5,070+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | October 8, '07 | staff
    (IsraelNN.com) Professor Richard Dawkins, a senior British evolutionary scientist and outspoken atheist, drew fire on Monday for saying that Jews “more or less monopolize American foreign policy.” Religious Jews are a small group, Dawkins said, but are “fantastically successful” in lobbying the US government. Dawkins, who is currently in the US in an attempt to promote atheism and fight religious influence, expressed hope that atheists would be similarly successful in determining government policy. A number of Jewish leaders responded immediately, with ADL head Abe Foxman calling Dawkin’s remarks “classic anti-Semitism.” Malcom Hoenlein, a senior official in the Conference of Presidents...