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    This is great news! We need a change and this man is the one, I do believe. Last week in Boone, NC, I saw several RON PAUL bumper stickers on cars. The week before that (at the Applachian Football Game), I saw an SUV with the words "Ron Paul Revolution" painted across the back window and "Vote for Ron Paul" on the sides. This weekend in Cherokee, NC, I saw a few more Ron Paul bumper stickers. I think people are waking up in this country! I've done my research on all of the candidates and so far, Ron Paul is the one I like the most. The Ron Paul revolution is in high gear!

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    Straw Poll Results
    Ron Paul's Head-to-Head Records (Win-Lose-Tie):
    Ron Paul v. Rudy Giuliani 41-7-0
    Ron Paul v. Mitt Romney 32-16-0
    Ron Paul v. Fred Thompson 32-15-0
    Ron Paul v. John McCain 42-5-0
    Ron Paul v. Mike Huckabee 40-6-1
    Ron Paul v. Tom Tancredo 45-1-0
    Ron Paul v. Duncan Hunter 44-2-0

    Straw Poll: Date / Rank / Votes
    Wake County Young Republicans Straw Poll (Raleigh, NC) 12/06/2007 1 53.0%
    San Diego County Republican Straw Poll 12/06/2007 2 23.3%
    City High School Practice Caucus (Iowa City, IA) 12/04/2007 1 25.9%
    Republican Party of Virginia Straw Poll (Arlington, VA) 12/01/2007
    1 38.0%
    The Patriot Primary Straw Poll AM 1280 (Minnetonka, MN) 11/28/2007 1 48.0%
    Republican Abroad Korea Straw Poll (Seoul, Korea) 11/17/2007 1 50.0%
    Fresno County GOP Straw Poll, Fresno, CA 11/15/2007 1 35.0%
    Evanston (IL) Republican Club Straw Poll 11/11/2007 4 10.9%
    New York State Republican Straw Poll, New York City, NY 11/6/2007 1 43.3%
    South Sound Ronald Reagan Republican Club, Tacoma, WA 11/01/2007 1 37.7%
    Springfield Metropolitan Republican Club, Springfield, MO 11/01/2007 1 77.3%
    Laramie County GOP Straw Poll, Cheyenne, WY 10/28/2007 1 48.0%
    Milton Township Republican Central Committee (MTRCC) Oktoberfest, Lombard,IL 10/26/2007 6 5.4%
    Values Voter Straw Poll, Washington, DC 10/20/2007 3 15.0%
    Conservative Leadership Conference, Reno, Nevada 10/13/2007 1 33.0%
    Jefferson County, Alabama Straw Poll 10/13/2007 1 57.8%
    Washington State Republican Party Fall Dinner Straw Poll 10/11/2007 4 12.2%
    Tulsa State Fair, Oklahoma 10/07/2007 1 41.5%
    Oregon Straw Poll- Portland, Oregon 10/06/2007 1 67.0%
    Gwinnett County GOP, Atlanta, Georgia 9/30/2007 1 36.2%
    CWA New Jersey GOP Straw Poll 9/29/2007 1 77.0%
    South Sound Ronald Reagan Republican Club, Tacoma, WA 9/26/2007 1 35.0%
    Mackinac Island - Michigan Republican Leadership Conference 9/23/2007 3 10.8%
    Oklahoma County GOP Straw Poll 9/23/2007 3 11.0%
    Palmetto Family Council Straw Poll 9/20/2007 2 33.0%
    Values Voters Presidential Debate Poll 9/17/2007 2 13.0%
    Manchester, NH Straw Poll 9/16/2007 1 65.0%
    South Dakota Straw Poll 9/03/2007 6 8.0%
    Maryland Straw Poll 9/03/2007 1 27.3%
    Texas Straw Poll 9/01/2007 3 16.7%
    Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 8/26/2007 1 45.2%
    DeKalb County, Georgia Straw Poll 8/25/2007 1 24.0%
    HRCC (Minnesota) 8/22/2007 3 16.0%
    Ronald Reagan Club (Washington) 8/21/2007 1 28.0%
    West Alabama 8/18/2007 1 81.2%
    Strafford County, NH 8/18/2007 1 72.2%
    West Lafayette, Indiana 8/18/2007 4 11.7%
    Illinois Republican Party @ Illinois State Fair 8/17/2007 3 18.9%
    Students for Life of America 8/16/2007 4 9.0%
    Western Montana Fair 8/15/2007 6 4.0%
    Gaston County, NC 8/14/2007 1 36.6%
    Ames, Iowa 8/11/2007 5 9.1%
    National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA), St. Louis, MO 8/06/2007 3 14.0%
    FreedomWorks Straw Poll 8/03/2007 1 56.0%
    Georgetown County, SC 7/28/2007 2 17.9%
    New Hampshire Taxpayers 7/07/2007 1 65.3%
    Cobb County, GA 7/04/2007 2 17.0%
    California Republican Assembly 7/01/2007 4 12.0%
    National Taxpayers Union 6/16/2007 2 16.7%
    Utah GOP convention 6/08/2007 2 5.4%
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    NE, SD, KS, AR, MS, TN, MD.......41 states!

    From people with English, Italian, LATINO, Irish, French, German, Dutch, Scottish, Japanese, Chinese, Polish, Jewish, Asian names.......and many others.


    ALMOST $16,000,000

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    $4.2 MILLION TODAY AND GROWING!!!

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    That's almost a half a million in the last 75 minutes!!!

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    BTW Ron Paul is scheduled to be on Meet The Press next Sunday 23rd.



    "A Government big enough to give you everything you want,is strong enough to take everything you have"* Thomas Jefferson

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    $4,208,087.33 in 19 hours eactly. That is 1140 minutes or and AVERAGE OF $3,691.30 PER MINUTE

    Also add states MT, WY, NM, and Washington, D.C.

    That makes 44 states plus D.C.

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    From 7:17 to 7:47, the increase was $151,331.11 or $5,044.37 PER MINUTE

    Add WV for 45 states plus D.C.

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    Last week in Boone, NC, I saw several RON PAUL bumper stickers on cars. The week before that (at the Applachian Football Game), I saw an SUV with the words "Ron Paul Revolution" painted across the back window and "Vote for Ron Paul" on the sides. This weekend in Cherokee, NC, I saw a few more Ron Paul bumper stickers.
    In MD, I have seen huge signs (almost like billboards) that say:

    Ron Paul for President 2008 and

    Signs posted on trees at intersections that say:

    Google Ron Paul

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    Press Releases › Ron Paul Surpasses Fourth Quarter $12 Mil

    [b]Press Releases › Ron Paul Surpasses Fourth Quarter $12 Million Fundraising Goal with Two Weeks Remaining

    December 16, 2007 6:39 am EST

    As of 11 am over 15,000 supporters have donated more than $1.9 million in one day donation blitz

    ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – With two weeks remaining in the fourth quarter, the Ron Paul 2008 presidential campaign has already surpassed its $12 million fourth quarter fundraising goal.

    As of 11 am, supporters have donated over $1.9 million to the campaign during a one-day supporter-organized donation event, bringing the fourth quarter total to $13.5 million. The event timed for the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.

    Live totals are available online: www.ronpaul2008.com

    “The outpouring of support is astounding. Americans are rallying to Dr. Paul’s message, and showing that they want a government that respects their rights and protects their freedoms,
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