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    Ron Paul Live Stream University of Illinois

    Submitted by radiofriendly on Wed, 03/14/2012 - 18:38
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    Brian Doherty of Reason.com talks Unbound Delegates, Brokered Convention and Ron Paul Super PACs


    Submitted by Kurt Wallace on Tue, 03/13/2012 - 06:01

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    Senior Editor of Reason Magazine joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘Brian Doherty of Reason.com talks Unbound Delegates, Brokered Convention and Ron Paul Super PACs' to discuss his detailed breakdown of the Ron Paul Revolution's push for delegates and a brokered convention. He also talks about controversial questions surrounding the effectiveness of Ron Paul Super PACs.

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    Mississippi Votes stolen from Paul

    Submitted by freeflyer9 on Tue, 03/13/2012 - 23:58
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    Well a few screen shots of just one county at different times and this is what I found... This is Mississippi

    http://i42.tinypic.com/15rnpz5.jpg - 100% Carroll County

    http://i41.tinypic.com/11rrvh1.png - 43% & 64% Carroll County

    Way off!!

    so at 43% he has 132 votes in that 1 county, and at 100% he has 47 votes in that same county.

    Mississippi Votes stolen from Paul | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Ron Paul 2012

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    Reality Check: Would Syria airstrikes be an impeachable offense?


    (FOX19) - Arizona Senator John McCain has been calling for the United States to intervene and stop the bloodshed in Syria.

    McCain is calling for airstrikes in the same way the U.S. intervened in Libya.

    At the same time, another Republican lawmaker says if the President does intervene the same way, he should be impeached.

    So what is going on here? And who actually has the authority to declare war?

    Ben has the Reality Check.

    Reality Check: Would Syria airstrikes be an impeachable offense? | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Ron Paul 2012
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    Interesting numbers coming out of Alabama

    Submitted by peluski17 on Wed, 03/14/2012 - 11:35 Daily Paul Liberty Forum
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    Interesting numbers coming out of Alabama... Just for comparison Ron Paul vs. Mitt Romney's Popular vote vs Delegate Votes

    Source: http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/AL/38312/75663/en/su...


    //Popular Vote
    Ron Paul: 5.0% 30,494


    //Delegate Votes
    Ron's delegates Place 1: 75,385
    Ron's delegates Place 2: 71,069
    Ron's delegates Place 3: 67,953
    Ron's delegates Place 4: 68,630


    Why would someone not vote for Ron Paul in the popular vote, but vote for his delegates? Or, was the popular vote manipulated and the delegate vote not? Who knows, but something is not right here. From the looks of it, Ron Paul probably received around 75,000+ votes rather than the 30,000 reported.


    //Popular Vote

    Mitt Romney: 29.0% 178,601

    //Delegate Votes
    Romney's delegates Place 1: 162,265
    Romney's delegates Place 2: 144,302
    Romney's delegates Place 3: 142,862
    Romney's delegates Place 4: 141,725


    Look at Romney's delegates, pretty close to his total number of popular votes.

    Oh, and all the delegate votes still haven't been counted.

    Here's the Alabama Ballot: http://alabamavotes.gov/downloads/election/2012/primary/samp...
    In the ballot it clearly states:
    "Votes for delegate candidates pledged to someone other than the voter's choice for President ARE NOT ALLOWED UNDER REPUBLICAN PARTY RULES."
    Ron Paul only has received around 30,000 of the popular votes, yet has around 70,000-75,000 votes for his delegate candidates... (and on the ballot you only vote for one delegate per place)

    So this leaves three scenarios in my mind:
    1. The popular vote is rigged
    2. Voters didn't read the rules and filled out their ballots in entire - problems with this:
      • Wouldn't the other candidates have similar gains in their delegate votes?
      • The ballot reader should not have accepted the ballot
    3. The ballot machine did not validate ballots

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    Ron Paul enjoys massive turnout


    Submitted by RCW on Wed, 03/14/2012 - 23:21
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    The crowds are getting bigger...

    CHAMPAIGN — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said America needs to shrink the size of government and restore individual liberty.

    "The enthusiasm for personal liberty has to be restored and has to be renewed," he said.

    Paul spoke for about an hour before an estimated 5,000 people, many of them chanting, "President Paul, President Paul," Wednesday night at Huff Hall on the University of Illinois campus.

    The event had to be moved to Huff from Foellinger Auditorium because demand for tickets exceeded the seating capacity at Foellinger.

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    Thousands Hear Ron Paul at UI




    CHAMPAIGN — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said America needs to shrink the size of government and restore individual liberty.
    "The enthusiasm for personal liberty has to be restored and has to be renewed," he said.

    Paul spoke for about an hour before an estimated 5,000 people, many of them chanting, "President Paul, President Paul," Wednesday night at Huff Hall on the University of Illinois campus.
    The event had to be moved to Huff from Foellinger Auditorium because demand for tickets exceeded the seating capacity at Foellinger.
    Paul said his UI appearance may have been the largest turnout for one of his rallies during his campaign.
    "It sounds like the revolution has arrived in Illinois, and I'm delighted to be with you," he said. "I see the other candidates as the past, and I see you as the future."
    Speaking to The News-Gazette prior to the rally, Paul attributed his support among college students and other young people to their openness to his ideas.
    "Young people seem to not have their minds cluttered so much, and they are very principled and open," Paul said. "Young people seem to lead the charge when you make a true effort to change things. We are seeing campuses coming alive because the students don't like the status quo."
    Congressman Tim Johnson, who introduced the candidate, called Paul "the great hope to reverse the trend of government intrusion in our lives."
    "Ron Paul is the perfect candidate when America is angry at politics as usual," said Johnson, who urged UI students to cast early votes before they leave town to go on spring break.
    Paul received his loudest cheers when he said the American economy would turn around if the nation ended its involvement in wars.
    "The wars need to end, and we need to bring the troops home," Paul said. "We're wasting money overseas, and it is time to come home."
    Paul called for restoring financial and medical privacy for all Americans.
    "We have no privacy, and the government becomes more secret every single day," he said.
    Paul also called for the elimination of the Internal Revenue Service and granting individual states the power to permit the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
    Paul said he believes a Republican can win Illinois this fall, if it is the right candidate.
    He said the extended four-way race for the Republican nomination will benefit the GOP in the long run as the party challenges President Obama.
    "I think this process has helped the Republicans," Paul said. "It lets people know what the candidates believe in. I think Obama has his own problems."
    Paul said he believes his recent victory in the Virgin Islands caucuses has helped to energize his campaign.
    "Every time we get a victory, we get a boost, and rallies like this one at the University of Illinois will give us a boost, too," he said.
    Tony Pomonis of Champaign, who met Paul at Merry Ann's Diner prior to the rally, said he likes Paul because of his anti-war stance.
    "He believes in taking all the dollars spent in the military industrial complex and diverting those dollars back home," he said.
    Lisa Grady of Bolingbrook said Paul's speech convinced her to vote for him.
    "He cares about getting us out of war and bringing jobs to American families," she said.

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    Ron Paul has cured the apathy of millions of Americans and people all across the globe. He restores a faith in government after years and years of abuse. For some, the ideas follow through naturally, as with the goal.

    For others, he is working hard to get your attention and be honest with yourselves. Is this the America we want to leave to those after us? Is this the America we want now?

    Last chance.

    It is...

    This Is Your LAST CHANCE
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