In 2012 it’s RON PAUL or NOBODY AT ALL

Message to the GOP leadership and to their willing accomplices in the media:

In 2012, it’s RON PAUL or NOBODY AT ALL.

If the GOP thinks the Republican Party can regain the White House, it had better start recognizing and supporting the candidacy of Congressman, Doctor Ron Paul right now and start to honestly present the history and voting records of his big government, mainstream, media favorite opponents for what they are… regardless of the fact that some of them will come off looking like idiots, corporate shills, socialists and uninformed Tea Party imposters.

The following videos are presented for the simple purpose of illustrating that Ron Paul has been right for AT LEAST 23 years.  The first two videos were recorded in 1988 when Ron Paul ran for the office of president as the Libertarian Party candidate.  Notice that he explains what was going on back then and predicted EXACTLY what the result would be.

Part 1 – 1988 Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Ron Paul interview.

Part 2 – 1988 Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Ron Paul interview.

In this video we see that a mainstream media network isn’t happy that it inadvertently allowed Ron Paul’s accurate message to be aired and potentially heard by the American public.

John Stewart hosts a show on the comedy channel.  Even so, it’s possibly the least biased news outlet around.  In the following video, he exposes the blatent bias that exists on a variety of the so-called “legitimate” news channels.

If you don’t want to see Obama re-elected…  All Independents including libertarian Party, Green Party, Constitution Party members as well as freedom loving Republicans and Democrats need to register as Republicans to insure that Ron Paul becomes the GOP nominee and INSURE that either Ron Paul or Barack Obama will be the next president.

Personally;  If Ron Paul doesn’t win in 2012, I don’t think it matters who wins.

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9 thoughts on “In 2012 it’s RON PAUL or NOBODY AT ALL

  1. I’m an independent (lowercase “i”), meaning I’m not affiliated with any party, not even the Independents (with a capital “I”). I can vote for anyone I want in the general election, so cannot and will not register with any organized party. (We independents, btw, are a solid 1/3 of registered voters in Colo.) If I deem some candidate worthy of the effort, I can always change my registration and participate in the state caucuses (our equivalent of primaries).

    I disagree with Paul on a lot of things and doubt I’d vote for him no matter what party he’s aligned with. Not that there’s anyone else out there right now that I want to vote for, but a lot can happen between now and November 2012.

    I do agree his treatment by the media has been ridiculous. I don’t know how else to explain their not covering his 2nd place finish in Iowa.

  2. To each his or her own. I don’t know what they call the political doctrine here in Texas, but party affiliations are unimportant except that if you vote in one parties primary, you can’t vote again in another parties primary. The poll workers simply stamp your voters registration (or if you don’t have one, they make a note in their voters participation book) “Voted in the (whatever) Party Primary.”

    I disagree with Ron Paul on a couple of issues myself, but they are insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Without his election, I (and you too) will have our savings wiped out. Maybe even with his election since he understands and respects the constitutional role and limits that go with the office of president. e.g. The only presidential letters, or signing documents he’ll be writing will be those that repeal those previously written.

    Regardless, we (libertarians) aren’t kidding: If Ron Paul isn’t elected, it doesn’t matter who is.

  3. Hmm, not sure what I was thinking when I typed “cannot … register.” Of course I can register with any party I want if I choose to.

    Have you ever been a campaign manager or organizer for Ron Paul? He’s missing a bet if he hasn’t recruited you for something like that.

  4. Ha! Thanks for the confidence, but I’m just an old fart who happens to live near the area that Ron Paul represents. I’ve only met him a couple of times at his annual BBQ, auction, fund raiser event, but I’ve followed his philosophical positions since… forever it seems like. The era of Goldwater maybe.

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