PAULTICAL TICKER with Jack Hunter (RONPAUL2012.COM) - I keep reading these stories about what happened in Nebraska yesterday, where phrases like “Ron Paul’s last stand” and reporters saying things like “it’s all over for Ron Paul” are used liberally.
This is stupid. These reports are stupid. They may be accurate in the immediate technical electoral sense, but are wholly inaccurate in the much more pertinent and larger sense when reporting on anything concerning Ron Paul and his very large, vocal and influential movement.
PATRIOTS AND PAULIES (Politics & NEWS) – In essence, political candidates “are” the donations they keep. The top contributors to Mitt Romney’s campaign? Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse Group and Morgan Stanley.
I recorded a video update about the upcoming Republican national convention and about an event of our own that we are planning for Sunday, August 26th. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to watch it… Ron Paul – FB
PATRIOTS AND PAULIES (News & Politics) – The result of an election campaign prank, some Ron Paul supporters (Paulies) are calling this photo, “the funniest Barack Obama picture of all time.” (Funny Obama Photo Credit: unknown)
PATRIOTS AND PAULIES (Politics & News) – The Ron Paul supporter (Paulie) posing with President Barack Obama in this photo is the man – pulling off a harmless Paulie prank on the Obama camp that resulted in one of the funniest Barack Obama pictures of the 2012 election.
PATRIOTS & PAULIES – Supporters of Ron Paul fear losing influence over the party platform at the Republican convention this summer in Tampa. (Scott Audette/Reuters)
A vote for Mitt Romney is a guaranteed vote and support to reelect Obama both which in turn, are votes for The Banksters and Wall Street Big-Money. Eating right out of the hands of The Powers That Be! I hope you Romney supporters realize this fact. Bye-bye our way of American life… Jamie Trent – FB
— Stephanie Ebbert (The Boston Globe)
A month after Mitt Romney’s loyalists were trounced by supporters of Ron Paul in the former governor’s home state caucuses, the Massachusetts Republican Party is trying to invalidate some ballots.