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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Please Join The Ron Paul Revolution For Some Tea On Dec 16th

Alright, this is going to be huge. Some of you may know that Ron Paul raised over $4.3 million dollars in one day back on Nov 5th. It was not even organized by the official campaign. It was started by the grassroots. They had 18,000 people sign up for the Nov 5th event and they raised $4.3 million. There is now a new "money bomb" slated to go off on Dec 16th next month. That is the day over two hundred years ago that colonists fed up with King George's taxes without representation threw barrels of tea into Boston Harbor as a protest. They already have over 10,000 people signed up and it just got started a few days ago. At the current rate of signups, they could have over 75,000 people ready for a tax revolt.Please go to the site Tea Party 07 and view some of the Ron Paul You Tubes and consider signing up for the biggest one day political fundraiser of all time.


  • At 3:57 PM, Anonymous Claudio said…

    Although you may disagree with the top of the ticket candidate, I heard an interesting combo for the 2008 Election. I was speaking with a friend who also goes to a bar near my home, The Quill and he proposed a John Edwards/Ron Paul ticket in 2008.

    If you speak to him, he is likely a total Ron Paul acolyte. He is on the Libertarian end of the spectrum, an avid Harley rider who believes most Dems are socialist, but likes what Edwards is saying and how he backs up the working American. I admit that is an interesting ticket in 2008.

  • At 4:09 PM, Blogger Allan Bartlett said…

    John Edwards is too phony for my taste, but I believe he would be a more formidable adversary than Hillary for the GOP. I just don't think a ticket like Edwards/Paul or Paul/Edwards would ever come into being in the first place.

  • At 9:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I don't believe that ticket would come to pass either. I just thought it sounded interesting.

    I may not agree with Ron Paul on most issues, but I have come to respect his ability to think outside the box. That is one of the reasons I am supporting Edwards. And I believe most Americans want someone who thinks outside the box to fix this broken country after eight years of reckless Bush rule.
    That is why Ron Paul has found popularity. Oh wait, all those supporters are likely spammers and bloggers. LOL

    Don't worry, some Obama people were saying that about the loud cheers for Edwards at the Truman Dinner. Their spin was the room was stacked with Edwards supporters and bloggers. LMAO


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