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    #1 Most Popular in Latest New Yorker Magazine: Ron Paul's Libertarian Roots

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    On December 16, 2007, on the two-hundred-and-thirty-fourth anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, Ron Paul, congressman and Presidential candidate, presided over a nationwide fund-raiser. This was a new tea party, with a new slogan: “Liberty is brewing.” In Boston, hundreds of Paul’s supporters marched to Faneuil Hall. Paul himself appeared in Freeport, Texas, where organizers had prepared barrels for him to dump into the Brazos River. One barrel read “United Nations”; another read “I.R.S.” The campaign raised more than six million dollars in one day, which was a record, and the event prefigured the protests that became common as the Tea Party movement coalesced, in 2009. The movement, with its focus on economic liberty and small government, sometimes seemed like a continuation of Paul’s campaign for the Republican nomination, during which he won a great deal of attention and a modest number of votes. It’s not much of a stretch to call him the “Godfather of the Tea Party,” as his campaign literature does, quoting Fox News. Ron Paul was ahead of his time

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    The Real Delegate Score: Romney 93, Paul 82

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    Every media outlet seems to have a different delegate count. But almost invariably we're told Ron Paul is in last place and far behind the leader Mitt Romney.

    But none of these delegate counters properly estimate how the caucuses will allocate their delegates. According to the Paul campaign, Ron is well positioned to win 50% of the delegates in Iowa, 75% in Minnesota, 50% in Colorado, and 75% in Maine. So what is likely to be the true delegate count once the caucus states select their national delegates?

    Add together the bound delegates from New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida, and Nevada, and extrapolate the caucus states' delegates using the Paul campaign's estimates and you get:

    Total Delegates (IA, NH, SC, FL, NV, MN, CO, ME)

    Romney: 93 (6, 7, 2, 50, 14, 2, 7, 5)

    Paul: 82 (13, 3, 0, 0, 5, 28, 17, 16)

    Gingrich: 29 (0, 0, 23, 0, 6, 0, 0, 0)

    Santorum: 25 (6, 0, 0, 0, 3, 7, 9, 0)

    Unpledged: 14 (3, 2, 0, 0, 0, 3, 3, 3)


    *Unpledged includes Huntsman's delegates in NH as well as unbound party leader delegates in certain states.

    The caucus/convention process for selecting delegates has plenty of quirks along the way - the eventual delegates could be more evenly dispersed or could skew even more heavily to Paul as the majority candidate.

    But this is a far more accurate portrayal of the true state of play than allocating delegates proportionately to the straw poll or entirely to the straw poll leader.

    And it shows that, for now, this is a two-man race in delegates between Paul and Romney.

    The Real Delegate Score: Romney 93, Paul 82 | Ron Paul 2012 | Peace . Gold . Liberty

    been tell'n ya the same thing for a very long time...... Once Ron Paul hit that 10% of Hard Core Following; he is the man to beat. Romney is on the way down; early states are the only thing that kept him high on the polls; while Ron Pauls following is going to grow... Once Paul stated he is looking at Judge Napolitano as a V.P. "WOW" LOOK for it to go over the Top on Super Tuesday ... the Message is getting out
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    Ron Paul, ‘the only candidate speaking of lost civil liberties and pending illegal wars’

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    United States presidential contender Ron Paul has warned that his country is slipping into a twenty-first century fascist system with a broke government ruled by big business. RT asked some experts whether they agree.

    ­Speaking to supporters in Kansas City, the Republican candidate said Americans’ individual liberties were being stripped away.

    And, as Houston-based author Anis Shivani says, Paul is “the only candidate on the Republican side who is talking about the loss of civil liberties, pending illegal wars, making the connection between imperialism and the loss of rights at home.”

    It now looks like Ron Paul could have won the Maine caucus, and Shivani believes he could have more support with the American public but it seems that the media won’t allow it to happen:

    “I think he does have hardcore support – maybe it could be 15 to 20 per cent of people on the conservative side. His support could be wider, but the media will never treat a candidate like him with seriousness, they will just dismiss him as a fringe candidate because of, for example, his very firm stance on Iran, he is saying ‘Let’s not get into another war on Iran, we just can’t afford it, and every time we do this, it makes governance at home more difficult.’ So the media will say he is just not interested in national security and dismiss him.”

    ­And radio host and author Stephen Lendman also agrees that current US policies are evidence that the country has indeed developed a fascist system, going on to disagree slightly: “The only thing I disagree with Ron Paul it is that is not slipping into it – it’s deep into it.”

    Noting that while he is not a Ron Paul supporter, Lendman supports his opposition to imperial wars, echoing Paul in his criticism of the Federal Reserve Bank:

    “He has gone after the Federal Reserve for years – it’s a repressive group, privately owned and operated, it isn’t federal and it does not have reserves, as Ron Paul explains. It’s owned by the major bankers, maybe the Wall Street ones, and they use money power to create more of it at the public’s expense.”

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    Daily Paul Radio Interview with 2004 WSOP Champion Greg Raymer 'All In For Freedom'

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    Greg Raymer professional poker player 2004 WSOP Champion, a member of the Board of Directors for The Poker Players Alliance joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘All In For Freedom’ to discuss poker freedom and internet freedom. He also discusses the deeper issue of liberty and the proper role of government and his hope that Ron Paul wins the nomination and beats Obama.



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    Ron Paul - A STORM IS COMING: The Fires of Liberty



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    Ron Paul: White America, Wake The **** Up!



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    Ron Paul's performance is not the issue. His TRUTH IS!
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    The Ron Paul Revolution DEFINED - YouTube



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