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    Ron Paul First GOP Candidate to Appear on Ballot in All 50 States

    “Being first to appear on the ballot in all fifty states proves that Ron Paul is the only candidate with the organizational muscle, resources, and stamina to challenge Mitt Romney.”

    LAKE JACKSON, Texas – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul is the first candidate among those vying for the GOP nomination to appear on the ballot in all 50 states, and the only candidate aside from moderate-establishment Mitt Romney to have any prospects for 50-state ballot access.

    The 12-term Congressman from Texas filed to appear on the ballot in New Jersey today – Tuesday, March 27th – with double the required 1,000 signatures, giving him the status of first candidate to have nationwide ballot access. Romney is expected to file in New Jersey in the coming days, making his 50-state ballot access likely.

    Not all states require activity such as the need to file paperwork to appear on the ballot. In the case of some states, for example, the respective secretaries of state simply green-light ballot access for candidates. In the over 30 states that do require some form of filing activity, filing requirements range from formalities such as filing paperwork and paying a fee to appear on the ballot, to similar requirements plus a quota of signatures from those enrolled in the relevant political party, to stringent requirements as in the example of Virginia, which requires filing plus thousands of signatures to authenticate candidate support.

    In Virginia, Paul and Romney were the only candidates that appeared on the ballot in the Commonwealth’s primary held on March 6th – Super Tuesday. Counterfeit conservative Rick Santorum failed to file at all in Virginia, and serial hypocrite Newt Gingrich filed but fell short of qualifying.

    Would-be candidate Rick Perry’s suit that the other candidates joined against the Commonwealth was struck down on appeal, and an injunction determining whether and when paper ballots were to be printed was lifted, making possible the Paul-Romney matchup. More recently, Santorum failed to file in the District of Columbia, which is holding its primary on Tuesday, April 3rd or one week from today.

    “Success in accessing ballots no matter a state’s requirements is a barometer for the strength of a campaign organization. Being first to appear on the ballot in all fifty states proves that Ron Paul is the only candidate with the organizational muscle, resources, and stamina to challenge Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination,” said Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Manager John Tate.

    “In concert with our delegate-attainment strategy, which is working well in states like Iowa, Nevada, Washington, and Missouri, we’re prepared and eager to continue on the long road to Tampa,” added Mr. Tate, referring to the Republican National Convention in to be held in Florida in September. “See you on the campaign trail.”

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    Don't pay any attention to what the national media is telling you about delegate totals...the real deal is hidden in the mess called the republican primaries. Ron Paul supporters have been staying at the caucuses and going through the process to become delegates that will attend the Republican National Convention and cast their votes...Just as in Larimer County Colorado where Rick Santorum actually won the straw poll by almost double, the 13 delegate slots available ALL went to Ron Paul's people...
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    Paul Campaign Has Organizational Muscle

    March 29, 2012 by Sam Rolley


    Ron Paul is the first candidate to get his name on the primary ballot in all States.

    The political establishment has done everything in its power to negate Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul, but he is still the first of the GOP candidates to have his name on the ballot in all 50 States.

    Paul’s campaign filed to appear on the ballot in New Jersey on Tuesday after attaining double the 1,000 signatures required to appear on that State’s ballot. Paul is now the first candidate to have full ballot access throughout the Nation. Mitt Romney is expected to file in New Jersey in the coming days, making his 50-State ballot access likely.

    The Paul campaign contends that the candidate’s success in being included in all States before any of the other candidates is a testament to organization and devotion among the supporters.

    “Success in accessing ballots no matter a state’s requirements is a barometer for the strength of a campaign organization. Being first to appear on the ballot in all fifty states proves that Ron Paul is the only candidate with the organizational muscle, resources, and stamina to challenge Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination,” said Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Manager John Tate. “In concert with our delegate-attainment strategy, which is working well in states like Iowa, Nevada, Washington, and Missouri, we’re prepared and eager to continue on the long road to Tampa.”

    Though Romney is not far behind Paul in having his name listed on every State ballot, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich have both failed to meet filing requirements to be on some ballots throughout the primary. Gingrich and Santorum both failed to be listed on Virginia’s ballot for the March 6 vote, and Santorum is not on the ballot for Washington, D.C., where the primary will be held on April 3.

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    Ron Paul Revolution - "Last Nail"



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    Great speech by Congressman Ron Paul about the deteriorating state of our once great American Republic. Both parties now support endless foreign wars and aggression, unlimited corporate bailouts, the printing of money and devaluing of our currency by the Federal Reserve and bankrupting entitlement programs. Vote for Ron Paul so we can begin to restore America to the great beacon of hope and freedom it was intended to be.
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    Who is the best suited to go against Obama?
    • Ron Paul (34%, 1,183 Votes)
    • Newt Gingrich (27%, 938 Votes)
    • Rick Santorum (22%, 771 Votes)
    • Mitt Romney (14%, 501 Votes)
    • Other (3%, 84 Votes)
    Total Voters: 3,477

    Vote

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    The Ronulans are among us: How Ron Paul’s delegate strategy is actually working

    by Doug Wead on March 28, 2012

    Doug Wead

    On they come, marginalized by the media and ridiculed by the Republican establishment. Their votes are often rejected at precinct caucuses, their voices ignored by temporary chairmen who flaunt their own rules and pretend that they have the votes for their prearranged delegate slates.

    On one occasion a crowd of onlookers shouts objections at this fraud, only to be subjected to prearranged organized arrests for “disturbing the peace.” Some participants openly weep, in shame for the obscenity of such blatant corruption. Others become angry. In Missouri, a weary delegate is seen vomiting by the side of a building, sick over what she has just experienced.

    In Kentucky they show up to find that their name is on a list prohibited from participation by the County Chairman. He claims he did a drive-by the day before and they had a Libertarian sign in their yard and therefore cannot participate in a GOP caucus.

    In Nevada the microphones are only allowed for favored candidates and are turned off when a young Hispanic tries to speak. There are lots of Hispanics among this crowd. Parliamentary rules are ignored. Prospective delegates are intimidated.

    In Virginia, they are tricked into leaving the building, told that if there is no quorum the vote can be delayed until the rest of their people show up. But once out of the building the County Chairman, herself, locks the door so they can’t get back in.

    In Alaska, election times are changed and their names are excluded from robo calls announcing those changes. Participants from all of the other campaigns are invited. Insiders are reportedly allowed to vote in caucuses by telephone conference calls, meanwhile, young people who show up are turned away in droves, saying they are too late or not registered, in spite of showing registration documents.

    In Maine, a county chairman cancels the caucus, knowing that they will have a strong showing. A GOP official transfers false data and her phony numbers are caught by a local newspaper.

    In an Oklahoma county convention a corrupt chairman adds new delegates who didn’t attend precinct caucuses and eliminates those who actually did. Another establishes a credentials committee which eliminates anyone under the age of thirty.

    And yet, on they come, in spite of the pain, the inconvenience, the open hostility of the Party bosses. They are like a tide of the ocean. And for every precinct or county where they are violated or cheated, there is another where their sheer numbers prevail. These are the Ronulans, the Ron Paul supporters, trying to take back the Mothership from the corrupt Empire. And unseen, unheralded by the national media, they are showing signs of success.

    In Seattle they overwhelm the 46th and 36th legislative district delegate elections, electing their own chairman, and winning every single one of the 21 delegates to the state convention. The rejected former GOP chairman, pouting over his loss, walks off the stage with all of the Party ballots and scanners, perhaps believing that they cannot have a meeting without the Republican Party’s technology.

    They out-organized us says a Romney man. The same thing happens in the 36th District, where the Paul’s supporters vote down a Romney contrived “unity slate” that claimed to represent all of the other candidates. Weeks ago the Associated Press claimed that Romney would win 30 of the Washington State delegates to the national convention, Ron Paul, they reported would win 5. But it is turning out to be very different.

    In Minnesota, where the AP projects 37 delegates for Santorum, 1 for Gingrich and 0 for Ron Paul the difference between media and reality is even more stark. In Carver County, Minnesota (suburban Minneapolis) Ron Paul supporters show up in force securing 30 out of the 52 delegate slots that will go onto the State Convention. Reports across the state are similar, especially in the suburbs. In most of them Ron Paul supporters account for at least a third of the delegates that will go to State. Theoretically, if they could unite, a Santorum-Paul deal could split the whole delegation to Tampa and deny Romney all but a few.

    It is the same story in Missouri. Here too, Senator Rick Santorum won the statewide beauty contest but is seeing the delegates being swept away by the Ronulan tide. Ron Paul sweeps the St. Louis City Caucus and doubles the nearest delegate winner, Mitt Romney, in Jackson County (Kansas City.) It is a dramatic showing. In the Sixth Congressional District, Dr. Paul bags the whole lot, winning every single delegate to the State Convention.

    Santorum wins Christian County but it is a bittersweet victory. The Country Chairmen himself openly declares “voter fraud.” Videos and written eye witness reports abound on what really happened.

    Perhaps the most dramatic contest centers on Greene County. (Springfield, Missouri.) This is the home to the national headquarters for the Assemblies of God and the Baptist Bible Fellowship, of Jimmy Swaggart and Jerry Falwell fame, respectively. The Ronulans extend a hand of cooperation to the Santorum people but it is rejected. And who can blame them? Santorum had carried the County by 54% in the statewide, non binding, contest. The Romney people quickly step into the breach, make peace with the Ronulans. The end result is a delegation to the State Convention that is 59% Ron Paul, 36% Mitt Romney and 5% Rick Santorum.

    Again in Boone County, (Columbia, Missouri,) Ron Paul organizer, Bruce Summers tries to strike a deal with Santorum supporters and is flatly rejected. The Ronulans promptly elect a new chairman of the caucus and the Romney supporters, seeing the math, fall into line, offering to join with the Ron Paul forces just to be able to get a piece of the delegation that will go onto State.

    Santorum forces become so defensive over the invasion of young Ronulans in Cass County that they make a deal with Romney they didn’t have to make. Just to be certain of keeping out the Ron Paul supporters, they give up five delegates to Romney, their main rival for the GOP nomination. Like the Ron Paul deals with Romney, it is a tactical decision of strategic incompetence.

    In Iowa, where it all began last January, where the Romney State Chairman delayed reports that Santorum had really won after all, they have announced a new State Chairman. He is A.J. Spiker, the State co-chairman for Ron Paul for president. And still, the AP delegate tracker suggests that split of delegates from Iowa will be Santorum 14, Romney 12, and Ron Paul 1. Clearly, if the Ronulans can replace the Romney State Chair with their own man, they will get much more than one delegate to Tampa.

    So who are these Ron Paul supporters? They are young. He carried 48% of the youth vote in Iowa, 47% in New Hampshire, while six other candidates split the rest. They are Hispanic. He carried 52% of the Hispanic vote in Clark County, Nevada ( Las Vegas) while all of the others split the rest. And they are Independents. In a recent CBS poll he did better among Independents than all other candidates including Barack Obama.

    And that means that they are the future. It means they are going to keep coming. They cannot be stopped, only delayed. And not for long. They are coming. They are coming.

    Doug Wead is a historian and NYT bestselling author. He has been an adviser to two Presidents and is currently a senior adviser for the Ron Paul presidential campaign. Follow Doug at @DougWead1234.

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    WHY RON PAUL?

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    On Tuesday March 6, 2012 I had the privilege of speaking to the Twin Falls County Republican Party Caucus. There were 4 candidates in the race. I was honored to be able to speak for Ron Paul. Below is that 5 minute speech.

    The Twin Falls GOP County Caucus only had one round of voting. But had the voting taken two rounds, my prepared remarks for the second round of voting are also included below.

    First Round Remarks in Support of Ron Paul, Twin Falls, Idaho March 6, 2012

    Thank you all for allowing me to speak to you tonight. And thank you to the Twin Falls County Ron Paul campaign for inviting me here.

    As I have observed Dr. Paul’s life over the last few decades, I know him to be a friendly gentleman. And as both a medical doctor and a congressman, he is servant of people.

    Dr. Paul is also the only member of Congress who has delivered over 4,000 babies. Congressman Ron Paul is 100% pro-life and has never voted for any funding for Planned Parenthood. As a doctor he refused to take Medicare, but when necessary would treat people for free instead.

    He is the only veteran in the race. And he is the only candidate for president who advocates the Christian Just War Theory.

    He is also a man who has a realistic plan to eliminate 5 cabinet departments of our federal government. A plan to eliminate $1 trillion of the federal budget, and to Restore America to our roots of limited government.

    And as I have observed his life over the last 4 years, I see a man who has a passion for justice, an ambassador of free markets, and a champion of liberty. And with an aggressive plan as his to cut the size of government, he has also become a target of many.

    What carries Ron Paul forward, against all the criticism of those who do not want to see a Trillion Dollars cut from the federal budget, is his knowledge that unless America makes a hard course correction our future is uncertain.

    In 2011, Congress’s approval rating was only 9 percent.

    And while Congress is going in the wrong direction, Congressman Paul was earning the nick-name “Dr. No.”

    Congressman Paul votes NO on any legislation that is not expressly authorized by the Constitution. He votes No a lot.

    He has NEVER voted to raise taxes; He has NEVER voted for an unbalanced budget; He has NEVER voted for a restriction on gun ownership; NEVER voted to raise congressional pay.

    Nor has he ever voted to fund the United Nations.

    According to a University of Georgia political scientist, Ron Paul had the most conservative voting record of any member of Congress from 1937 to 2002. His future performance as president can be predicted based on his past performance as a Congressman. In 1775, the military commander of the British forces in Boston, General Gage, wrote a letter to King George. General Gage complained, “I have a nation of lawyers, everyone is a lawyer, they know your statutes better then you know them yourself.”

    At that time more copies of Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England were sold in the Colonies then were sold in England. These colonists knew their rights, they knew the law, and consequently they were willing to fight for their rights.

    So it is with those of us who, one by one, become Ron Paul supporters.

    In 2008, Ron Paul held a national convention for his Campaign for Liberty at the Target Center in Minneapolis.

    There were over 10,000 people in attendance. I was one of them. And when the name of a free market economist was mentioned, names like Fredrick Hyack, Milton Freedman or Ludwig von Misses, the crowd cheered as if Magic Johnson had been in the arena playing basketball.

    Oh, and by the way, we booed economist John Maynard Keynes.

    Those of us who support Dr. Paul do so because we know Dr. Paul has done the personal study to understand how our economy works, how our monetary system works, and mostly, how our government is supposed to work based on our Constitution.

    He is like one of our Founding Fathers who knew all the failures of other systems of government in human history. But they also knew what worked. The same is true for Ron Paul. Congressman Paul knows what works for nations. And he knows what will work for America.

    Congressman Paul is the only candidate for President who has a realistic plan to Restore our Republic.

    Tonight, Please cast your vote for Ron Paul. Thank you.

    Twin Falls Idaho GOP Caucus, Second Round Speech

    The apostle Paul wrote at Philippians 2:12 “Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.”

    Embedded in this statement is the idea that each one of us is to have a personal relationship with our Creator. This is implied by the words “Work out your own salvation” In other words, each one of us is responsible for our individual relationship with God.Those who came to America for religious freedom believed this. It was one of their major points of contention with the religious structure of Old World Europe. In the Old World, the church hierarchy believed that God did not speak directly to an individual person, but instead spoke only through church leadership.

    This same mentality played itself out in the Old World political system by way of the Devine Right of Kings. The king would claim he was always right, because he was God’s representative to the nation. How could one argue with that?

    The apostle Paul wrote at Colossians 2:10-11 “[You have] put on the new self who is being renewed to a true knowledge according to the image of the One who created him. A renewal in which there is no distinction between Greek and Jew, circumcised and uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave and freemen, but Christ is all, and in all.” This scripture makes it clear that we are all equal before God.

    This spiritual belief of the founders of this nation worked itself out in our purely American political system were each one of us was equal before the law. Each of us has an equal vote in the electoral process.

    In the same way, we are to “work out” our own understanding of the American political system. Since we all possess an equal vote to choose our leaders or to vote for any ballot item, we are each equally responsible for the outcome. America has rejected the “Devine right of kings” and instead we hold our leaders to the same standard that applies to each one of us.

    And in the American political system, each one of us is entitled to the same “due process” as the next person.

    When you realize this, you will quickly conclude that the Patriot Act is wrong! Because the Patriot Act denies due process rights to a certain class of people. When you come to this place in your thinking, the only candidate you can support is Ron Paul.You will also conclude that the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) is wrong! Because the NDAA denies due process rights to a certain class of people. When you realize this, Ron Paul becomes your candidate.

    And you will also realize that circumventing the Declaration of War process robs us of the vetting process where we can have a debate of the justness or unjustness of attacking another nation. When we circumvent this national debate, we are more likely to make a mistake and violate the due process rights of innocent people. When you understand this shortcoming of circumventing the Declaration of War process, Ron Paul becomes the only candidate you can support.

    The bible speaks about money more than any other topic. Appearing numerous places in scripture is the admonition found at Leviticus 19:36 to have “just weights and measures.”

    The money system of the Federal Reserve Bank is based on a fractional reserve model where money is created out of thin air and multiplies faster than weeds. Those who get the money first, the insiders, receive a huge benefit. All the while the rest of us experience a reduction of our purchasing power from the effects of inflation, which effectively steals our wealth.

    When you get this figured out, Ron Paul becomes the only candidate you can support.

    Ron Paul is the only candidate for president who understands our economy. Ron Paul is the only candidate for president who understands what Constitutional Government is supposed to look like.

    Ron Paul is the only candidate for president who has a realistic plan to Restore our Republic.

    Tonight, Please vote for Ron Paul. Thank you

    © 2012 Phil Hart - All Rights Reserved

    Phil received a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah and a master's degree in Business Administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

    In 2004, Phil Hart was elected by the Citizens of North Idaho to represent District 3 in the Idaho Legislature. District 3 encompasses the northern part of Kootenai County. Phil Hart is actively seeking re-election for the 2008 legislative term.

    Phil has dedicated a significant amount of personal time for the past ten years in trying to resolve the constitutionality Income Tax. His efforts have resulted in the publication of his book Constitutional Income, which is in its third edition. His book has been steadily covering ground across the United States. He also litigated the issue with the IRS and petitioned the Supreme Court.


    E-mail: philhart@constitutionalincome.com


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    Updated: Video/Photos/Audio-Capacity Crowd Cheers Ron Paul-Complete Speech


    Submitted by John P. Slevin on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 20:02 Ron Paul 2012
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    Paul's Speech In Maryland-It's in 9 parts-Below:


    Part 1


    Part 2


    Part 3


    Part 4


    Part 5


    Part 6


    Part 7 this clip is only :25 seconds


    Part 8


    Part 9


    video comes from YouTube user djc266; djc266 - YouTube


    Wow! Look at this photo of the line formed before the speech.



    Here's another from Inside, before Paul spoke.


    Paul took direct aim at American Exceptionalism.


    The Baltimore Sun reports that Ron Paul spoke to an enthusiastic capacity crowd of approx 1,700.


    University officials claim the crowd to hear Paul was similar in size to what Obama drew a year ago---they had to turn away hundreds tonight!


    Paul asks: "Why don't we just mind our own business?"


    Audio interviews from the event are available here---scroll down on right hand side--Includes radio interview with Paul.


    DailyPaul user pfisch87 has a few dozen photos here.


    Updated: Video/Photos/Audio-Capacity Crowd Cheers Ron Paul-Complete Speech | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Ron Paul 2012
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    Ron Paul Draws 2,000-plus Voters to Giant Town Hall Meeting in Maryland

    1,800-plus inside speaking venue and 200-plus turned away as students and broader community welcome ‘Champion of the Constitution’

    LAKE JACKSON, Texas – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul attracted a remarkable more than 2,000 supporters and undecided voters to his college campus town hall meeting held in College Park, Maryland.

    The event took place tonight – Wednesday, March 28th – at 7:00 p.m. at the University of Maryland – Ritchie Coliseum, located at the intersection of Baltimore Avenue and Rossborough Lane, College Park, MD 20742. More than 1,800 people filled the Ritchie Coliseum and 200 more were left outside, as the venue filled to beyond capacity.

    The 12-term Congressman from Texas spoke to the crowd about his platform of constitutionally-limited government, the enduring bond between civil and economic liberties, and elements of his ‘Plan to Restore America,’ an economic blueprint that earns high praise for its seriousness in cutting the federal budget by $1 trillion in year one of a Paul presidency.

    Upon taking the podium, Congressman Paul received a two-minute standing ovation and was treated to chants of “President Paul!” throughout his remarks.

    A photo of Dr. Paul’s campus town hall meeting follows.


    Ron Paul speaks to a crowd of over 1,800 people at the University of Maryland.


    An additional 200 persons were unable to access the filled-to-capacity Ritchie Coliseum.

    Ron Paul Draws 2,000-plus Voters to Giant Town Hall Meeting in Maryland*|*Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign CommitteeRon Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign Committee

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