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    Exclamation A bloodless American Revolution. Ron Paul, Republican candidate for President.


    A bloodless American Revolution. Ron Paul, Republican candidate for President.

    This is literally a bloodless revolution. The mainstream media will not tell you that because they are losing, but that is exactly what it is.

    Ron Paul has flat-out walked away with MSNBC's post-debate online poll and received overwhelming support from the people of America in forums and polls across the board. This was bound to happen. Ron Paul is what this country and its people want and need. However, the mainstream media and the establishment in Washington DC is scrambling in disbelief. They have tried to totally ignore him, but the people are onto their bull****. Despite the mainstream media's bias towards McCain and Giuliani and Romney, and a definate bias against Ron Paul, the people are smarter these days and know what this country needs. Grass roots Republicans love what Ron Paul stands for!

    The mainstream media has pushed and pushed Giuliani and McCain, and have intentionally ignored Ron Paul and refused to even mention him at all generally. However, the people are smarter and smarter every day and have educated themselves outside the mainstream media. Since the debate Thursday night his support has gone through the roof


    With over 56,000 responses thus far, Ron Paul is absolutely dominating MSNBC's post-debate online poll. For those who didnt know, MSNBC hosted the first Republican debate.This is their online poll that was advertised.





    MSNBC's post-debate online poll:
    Who stood out from the pack? * 57736 responses

    Sam Brownback
    2.6%

    Jim Gilmore
    1.4%

    Rudy Giuliani
    17%

    Mike Huckabee
    3.8%

    Duncan Hunter
    1.9%

    John McCain
    8.1%

    Ron Paul
    36%


    Mitt Romney
    23%

    Tom Tancredo
    2.9%

    Tommy Thompson
    3.5%





    Who showed the most leadership qualities? * 56972 responses

    Sam Brownback
    2.5%

    Jim Gilmore
    1.9%

    Rudy Giuliani
    18%

    Mike Huckabee
    3.8%

    Duncan Hunter
    2.2%

    John McCain
    13%

    Ron Paul
    31%


    Mitt Romney
    22%

    Tom Tancredo
    2.7%

    Tommy Thompson
    3.8%






    Who was the most convincing candidate? * 56736 responses

    Sam Brownback
    3%

    Jim Gilmore
    1.9%

    Rudy Giuliani
    16%

    Mike Huckabee
    4.6%

    Duncan Hunter
    2.2%

    John McCain
    10%

    Ron Paul
    34%


    Mitt Romney
    21%

    Tom Tancredo
    3%

    Tommy Thompson
    3.9%




    Who avoided the questions? 54103 responses

    Sam Brownback
    6.1%

    Jim Gilmore
    3.3%

    Rudy Giuliani
    36%


    Mike Huckabee
    3.5%

    Duncan Hunter
    3.2%

    John McCain
    18%


    Ron Paul
    6.2%

    Mitt Romney
    14%


    Tom Tancredo
    4.3%

    Tommy Thompson
    6%





    Who had the best one-liner? * 54070 responses

    Sam Brownback
    3.5%

    Jim Gilmore
    1.8%

    Rudy Giuliani
    14%

    Mike Huckabee
    7.6%

    Duncan Hunter
    2.4%

    John McCain
    15%

    Ron Paul
    30%


    Mitt Romney
    16%

    Tom Tancredo
    4.2%

    Tommy Thompson
    5.6%











    Also, at the MSNBC forums, Ron Paul is OVERWHELMINGLY
    the favorite in very busy forum discussions.
    Somebody posted this on the MSNBC forum:

    Is Ron Paul electable? Well, consider the "Google Poll", the number of hits
    returned when searching on a candidate's name (sorted in descending order of
    internet excitement):

    ron paul 45,200,000
    john edwards 40,500,000
    al gore 32,600,000
    hillary clinton 15,600,000
    john mccain 4,720,000
    barak obama 4,420,000
    mitt romney 1,960,000
    dennis kucinich 1,560,000
    rudy giuliani 1,490,000
    sam brownback 1,470,000
    joe biden 1,410,000
    mike gravel 1,400,000
    newt gingrich 1,350,000
    tom tancredo 1,230,000
    george pataki 1,150,000
    chuck hagel 1,140,000











    World Net Daily online poll:
    If you watched the Republican debate, who do you think won?
    Ron Paul 33.30%


    Mitt Romney 23.49%


    Tom Tancredo 18.57%


    Duncan Hunter 8.54%


    Rudy Giuliani 6.19%


    Sam Brownback 2.46%


    John McCain 2.30%


    Mike Huckabee 2.19%


    Tommy Thompson 2.03%


    Jim Gilmore 0.93%










    From Romney's home state! The Boston Globe:

    Ron Paul
    56.0%

    Mitt Romney
    27.2%
    John McCain
    7.2%
    Rudy Giuliani
    3.7%
    Tommy Thompson
    2.1%
    Tom Tancredo
    1.2%
    Jim Gilmore
    0.9%
    Sam Brownback
    0.7%
    Mike Huckabee
    0.7%
    Duncan Hunter
    0.2%






    CSPAN's poll:
    capitalnewsdotorg
    Sam Brownback
    1%
    Jim Gilmore
    1%
    Rudolph Giuliani
    6%
    Mike Huckabee
    2%
    Duncan Hunter
    2%
    John McCain
    5%
    Mitt Romney
    9%
    Ron Paul
    67%
    Tom Tancredo
    3%
    Tommy Thompson
    3%







    If you are not registered to vote, go register. Vote for Ron Paul in your state's primary. He can and will win. Be a part of the revolution.

    Vote with your checkbook for the sake of your children and grandchildren.If everyone gave $5-50, we'd put Ron Paul over the top.

    Ron Paul 2008
    Presidential Campaign Committee
    837 W. Plantation Dr.
    Clute, Texas 77531
    Ronpaul2008dotcom

    Let's have an ELECTION this time, not another selection by TPTB.






    Despite the overwhelming support across the board by the people for Ron Paul, MSNBC and the other mainstream news media have ignored Ron Paul, and pushed their chosen ones. This is so blatant and transparent that is is almost criminal in nature. We must let them know that we see right through their propaganda, deceit, and ulterior motives.





    Email Chris Matthews:
    hardball@msnbc.com

    Here's what I said:

    Chris,

    You're calling your show "Hardball"....Well, I've been watching it today for 45 minutes as you talk about last night's debate and I have a hardball question for you:

    Why are you ignoring Ron Paul when he's clearly in the lead on YOUR OWN POLLS, other polls, and overwhelmingly in YOUR OWN forum discussions? Not one single mention by you! By listening to your "Hardball", we'd never know he was even there! WE the PEOPLE are speaking - and you aren't listening! Are you just another shill for the establishment? Do the right thing. Your actions in this matter are much more transparent than you must realize.

    Thank you,
    __________









    That they have totally ignored Ron Paul with those overwhelming support numbers, while at the same time continuing to push McCain and Giuliani like they are the only 'real' choices, proves the game is fixed from the get-go, as some of us already knew. And it proves Keith Olbermann is really a phony after all, just like all the rest in the MSM. Many people thought he was one of the few who was truly just looking out for the little man, and for the people of America. Apparently thats not the case.



    Keith Olberman, host of "Countdown"
    email:
    countdown@msnbc.com

    My letter to Olbermann:

    Dear Keith,

    I've followed you since the old days in L..A. I've greatly appreciated your fantastic editorials on the loss of our freedoms. You have railed about habeas corpus. YET.........In last night's debate, the ONLY candidate to raise that issue (no thanks to Chris Mathews) was Ron Paul. You couldn't even find the time to mention that, post debate, or to interview him? The ONE candidate who has consistantly stood for the Constitution and it's Bill of Rights, and you totally ignore him? What's the deal, Keith? Is the fix in with the MSM???

    I spent the better part of last night, and today, on the web. Over 200 pages on the MSNBC forum, OVERWHELMINGLY supporting Ron Paul. Both MSNBC polls show Ron Paul the leader. C-Span poll, Paul by a landslide. Same with other polls. Internet forums, all very enthusiastic over Ron Paul, and VERY pissed off at the MSM for NOT TALKING ABOUT HIM.

    I really thought you had more integrity than to be an establishment mouthpiece. People on the web are saying the same thing. We thought, of all people, YOU would stand up for the truth and our rights. What happened?

    If you are not familiar with Ron Paul, I ask that you get so. If you don't like him, then I ask that you, at least, report that We the People do. Do the right thing, or you will be exposed for what you really are. You can be assured of that. Dont underestimate the power of the people when they gett pissed off.

    Thank You
    _________





    ARLINGTON, Va., May 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressman Ron Paul finished first in the MSNBC poll following the GOP primary debate last night held at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. Dr. Paul received 43 percent, beating the second-place finisher by five points, and crushing the rest of the field.


    "Last night, Americans met Ron Paul and loved what they heard," said campaign chairman Kent Snyder. "Dr. Paul's message of freedom and limited government resonates with Republicans hungry for a return to their party's core values."


    "Ron Paul is the only true conservative in the GOP race. Americans saw that last night," continued Snyder. "The campaign looks forward to further debates and opportunities so even more Americans will discover Dr. Paul's message of freedom, peace and prosperity."







    Weve got 1 year +/- depending on which state you are in, until the Republican primaries.

    In that time, this revolution will only grow. This is truly a bloodless revolution.



    The time is at hand. Do all you can. Everyone. Try your hardest. Spread the word and have others do the same.

    Collect info, save it, and spread it. Learn all you can about him, and share it with others, and ask they do the same. Be as aggressive as you possibly can. Inform everyone you can. Put up signs. Put up the message everywhere. "Ron Paul for President, save America from the criminals!". Do not waste a second of your time. This web of truth will grow into an awesome, overwhelming, unbeatable power. We will not be defeated. The end is near. The end of the criminal syndicate organization that has infected Washington DC. It was easier to defeat than you all ever realized. They do not have the power you all gave them the credit for. Your past sheepishness, surrender, and blind acceptance of the system weakened you. All it took was coordinated action and will and faith that you could make a change.

    Lift your heads up. Be proud of your country. You will save it. Do not doubt that.

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    Ron Paul is against just about everything that big Federal government and controlled corporate mainstream media feed off of. He is extremely pro-gun, anti-Globalist, anti big federal government/welfare/socialism etc, and is exactly what America needs to stop this virus in Washington DC that is killing America.

    Deregulation of steroids and other drugs and supplements is only one of the many aspects of this which Ron Paul speaks of. He is an MD by the way.

    If you dont know about him, take a look. You will like what you see.







    They know they are losing, and are getting so desperate they resort to transparantly dishonest and virtually criminal acts!

    Ron Paul completely left out of ABC's poll:

    ABC News: republicans_primary_vote_07050 3

    This is an utterly flagrant violation of morality and public trust. This is war. A bloodless war of course, but it IS war. The mainstream media has become a fifth column in America.


    Go here to send them a mesage of your displeasure with this BS:
    ABC News: Feedback

    When people began complaining once the poll started, instead of adding Ron Paul, they simply closed the poll. Cowards. Criminals.













    I received this email and figured I would share. Now git'er done!

    Fox-TV is denying Ron Paul to be in the South Carolina Presidential
    Debate----says he is not a recognized, major candidate!

    Bull****! They know he is gaining massive support rapidly, and they are running scared. They are no better than filthy dogs.

    EVERYONE! call SC GOP Office 803 - 988 - 8440

    ask to speak to ROB GODFREY and ALSO ask to speak with

    HOGAN GRIDLEY ---SC GOP Chief Executive Officer.

    The Republican GOP can put a stop to this!

    WE NEED TO HAVE RON PAUL IN THE SC MAY 15th DEBATE!

    Ron Paul has paid his the $25,000 registration fee to be on SC Ballot --- He
    deserves to be in the May 15th debate --- He's a Republican Candidate for
    President! --- he deserves to be heard! ----

    The American people deserve to have the right to hear him in the debate!

    Are they --- The Republican Party in SC going to allow "Fox-TV" to choose who
    the American public will hear on May 15th debates?

    <--- THEN ---> email Fox news and ask them to include Ron Paul, the only
    candidate that is FAIR AND BALLANCED.

    Flood their computers with messages... all of them.. there is power in the
    people and we have to let them know we want our candidate to have as much
    coverage as the rest of them get.

    Come on gang this needs to be done.. cross post this list to all your groups and
    let’s make one big bunch of messages....

    WE WERE SUCCESSFUL BEFORE IN GETTING RON PAUL ON FOX WE CAN DO IT AGAIN!

    Just copy, paste and send this message to all below:

    "As a loyal Fox viewer I ask that you include Ron Paul in the South Carolina
    Debate. I feel Dr. Ron Paul embodies the true ideals our nation stands for, and
    his views and plans need to be heard. Please remain the Fair and Ballanced
    network by including Dr. Ron Paul, otherwise I will find my news elsewhere."

    Thank you,
    [INSERT YOUR NAME HERE]

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    Ron Paul has some excellent ideas when it comes to taxation and limiting the role of government. Unfortunately, I believe too many people misunderstand the role of government and wrongly believe that government should take care of them from birth to death.
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