The good folks at Lew Rockwell have collected their most popular Ron Paul information on this new page, entitled:
"Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Ron Paul"
Good stuff... Pass it on!Below are just a couple of the interesting articles you may be interested in...
I Know Who "None of the Above" Is
Excerpt:"The latest AP-Ipsos poll has found that the leading Republican presidential candidate is "none of the above." According to the related Associated Press report, "More Republicans have become apathetic about their options over the past month," during which time the number of those polled who are indecisive has jumped from 14 to 23 percent.
Maybe this is sheer speculation on my part, but I'm guessing that "none of the above" is actually a guy by the name of Ron Paul.
That’s right, the candidate who’s cultivated widespread grassroots support – he relies primarily on speaking engagements, appearances on counter-culture television shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, and Internet resources like Facebook, MySpace, and Meetup to get his message out – is still struggling for inclusion in many traditional public opinion surveys. After all, how well can you be expected to poll when even pollsters in your home state refuse to put your name on most ballots?"
--------------------Ron Paul Leads in Polls of People Who Have Heard Him Speak
"Just as Ron Paul spoke of blowback in the context of military interference in foreign affairs, unless the mainstream media ends the Ron Paul blackout and misinformation drive, they will lose the next generation who is seeing it as a biased, manipulating, election-fixing force not to be trusted.
When Ron Paul gets heard or seen, he is liked. As soon as people who do not own computers are able to see him or read his message his numbers in the national polls will rise just as they have done on the Internet. In general, the American people are saying they want liberty and freedom: Now, if only the MSM would listen."
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