Ron Paul

Bill Maher brings up "Pet Goat incident" on 1st show back w/ Mark Cuban, Catherine Crier, Tony Snow, Matt Taibbi and PJ O'Rourke

Just ran into the clips of Bill Maher's 1st show back and there were some interesting moments to be had. Reflecting on last year, I still think his big interruption moment of 2007 was rejuvenative on all accounts. Yes, it could have been done with a little bit more finessing, but more important is that it was done. The perfect could have become the enemy of the good in this case. And it got people talking. We need more interruptions done strategically. What we want is people talking, debating, raising the issue. There are many fronts and faces in this challenge. The civil rights movement successfully found a place for the different strategies and styles of Rosa Parks, Malcolm X and MLK. Bill Maher and the rest of corporate media have a long election year ahead of them. It could get more interesting than anyone can imagine.

Ron Paul addresses 9/11 truth question during 01-10-08 FOX GOP debate

Just my personal opinion, but I thought Ron Paul handled himself very well with this question. I know you guys don't want to hear this, but anyone who has been paying attention to the recent trends with the issue of 9/11 truth and the presidential race knows well that if Ron Paul had answered any other way, FOX News would never have let him get past it.

I think it says a lot that Ron Paul didn't slander us, or belittle our beliefs, instead briefly saying in a nutshell that he simply doesn't agree with our point of view. And all this to what eventually became an enthusiastic clapping audience in favor of moving on to the actual debate topic at hand.

Bev Harris Exposes Voter Fraud In New Hampshire Primaries

Wednesday January 9, 2008
Bev Harris, HBO's Hacking Democracy, Speaks With Alex Jones About Voter Fraud In The New Hampshire Primaries

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Diebold Voting Machine Contractor Executive Has Criminal Background
Company responsible for machines throughout New Hampshire directed by convicted drug dealer

Bill to Paul supporters: 'You’re nuts'

"You wanna know what I think?” Clinton said. “You guys who think 9/11 was an inside job are crazy as hell. My wife was the senator from New York when that happened. I was down at Ground Zero. I saw the victims' families. You're nuts."


Bill to Paul supporters: 'You’re nuts'

Posted: Monday, January 07, 2008 4:13 PM by Domenico Montanaro

Filed Under: 2008, Clinton, Paul

From NBC/NJ’s Mike Memoli

KEENE, NH -- Several Ron Paul supporters shadowed a much larger Clinton entourage as Bill Clinton greeted supporters downtown. The former president later called them "nuts."

During his third stop of the day, the former president posed for pictures and shook hands as he strolled down Main Street on this unseasonably warm Primary Eve day. Across the street, a few Paul supporters shouted his name.

"Vote Fraud and the Ron Paul Campaign" on Truth Jihad Radio, 6-8 pm CT Sat. 12/22

First hour: Kathleen Wynne, a 9/11 truth supporter and former Associate Director of, will discuss stolen elections.

Second hour: Mitchell Stein of will discuss how YOU can make sure they don't steal the nomination from Ron Paul through vote fraud.

6-8 pm CT Saturday 12/22

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I'll probably take a little bit of heat for this post but it has to be said...

Ron Paul makes his stance on 9/11 clear...again:

Glenn Beck is right, a lot of people believe that Ron Paul secretly thinks that 9/11 was an inside job but won't say it because he doesn't want to ruin his chances of getting elected, etc. This is simply not true. Look folks, Ron Paul is great, I really like the things that he has to say, and he is one of the three truth tellers in this race (the other two are Gravel and Kucinich). However, if you want to support a 9/11 truth candidate, Ron Paul is not your man.

Ron Paul Condemns HR 1955

Remarks on Violent Radicalization & Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, HR 1955

by Ron Paul

Before the House of Representatives, December 5, 2007

Mr. Speaker, I regret that I was unavoidably out of town on October 23, 2007, when a vote was taken on HR 1955, the Violent Radicalization & Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act. Had I been able to vote, I would have voted against this misguided and dangerous piece of legislation. This legislation focuses the weight of the US government inward toward its own citizens under the guise of protecting us against "violent radicalization."

I would like to note that this legislation was brought to the floor for a vote under suspension of regular order. These so-called "suspension" bills are meant to be non-controversial, thereby negating the need for the more complete and open debate allowed under regular order. It is difficult for me to believe that none of my colleagues in Congress view HR 1955, with its troubling civil liberties implications, as "non-controversial."

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The two faces of Ron Paul

Ron Paul, April 24, 2004

The failure to understand the nature of the enemy who attacked us on 9/11, along with a pre-determined decision to initiate a pre-emptive war against Iraq, prompted our government to deceive the people into believing that Saddam Hussein had something to do with the attacks on New York and Washington.

Ron Paul, March 12, 2007

"I don't think you have enough evidence to show that somebody deliberately lied."

The end of my support for Ron Paul.

I'm disgusted that Ron Paul voted repeatedly against the Cheney impeachment bill (HR333, NOW HR799). This was roll call 1037, 1038, and 1039. Paul sided with Sterney Hoyer who attempted to kill the bill altogether, and against Kucinich.

Congressman Ron Paul, explain yourself?

I had praised Paul for his statements about the lack of independent investigation into 9/11. Paul should certainly have taken the same stance on investigating Dick Cheney in formal impeachment proceedings.

The second vote, which is inexcusable and just hypocritical for Paul and his carefully crafted persona is roll call 993, The "Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007."

Paul did not vote.

Kucinich showed up to vote against it. One of 6 to actually stand up for the Constitution.

Where was Dr. Paul?

Quick observation about the Ron Paul crowd vs. the antiwar movement

By and large, the antiwar movement suffers from lack of organization, lack of cohesive focus, and infiltration/co-option at the highest levels.

To the contrary, the grassroots Ron Paul campaign is fueled by thousands of highly motivated individuals who have been coalescing into action-based local networks, mostly via Meetup, that have been doing serious visibility work similar to what organizes every eleventh.

If Ron Paul does not get the Republican nomination, his active supporters will likely want to keep pushing America in the right direction -- and the 9/11 truth movement, especially the Every Eleventh campaign, could be just the outlet they need.

Quality outreach efforts would be needed to convince many who are not yet on the same page we are, but an alliance with the Ron Paul crowd could have huge payoffs for the truth movement.

Ron Paul on 911 Truth says the "investigations that have been done so far as more or less cover-up........"

Like him or not: Ron Paul's Meteoric Rise

911 Truth Activists pls contact him to put 911 as an election issue.

We need to engage Washinton D.C from many many angles. The Political Front is very important.

Even if you don't support his conservative viewpoints, he still has the support of some 911 Truth Activists, he has called the Official 911 Investigation a cover-up hence the opportunity for raising the issue of AN INDEPENDENT REINVESTIGATION is still viable. - see section on Ron Paul

The Ron Paul Revolution

"There is a subset of Paul supporters who believe 9/11 was an inside job by the U.S. government."

Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul during
a campaign meeting in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, USA
on October 13, 2007.


Thursday, Nov. 01, 2007

The Ron Paul Revolution

By Joel Stein

Sherry Peel Jackson's trial begins in Atlanta

Sherry Peel Jackson, one of the former IRS agents that appeared in the late Aaron Russo's movie America Freedom to Fascism, is currently under trial for criminal failure to file 1040 income confession forms in Atlanta, Georgia.

Ron Paul Rally in Ann Arbor Mi. and New video hosting web-site

Here is a video of a Ron Paul rally in Ann Arbor Michigan that I helped create if anyone is interested.

Also, we have started a new video-hosting/"My-space" type website. If anyone wants to upload their 9/11 related videos, or create a 911 "Eclipp" web page, the address is . I will guarantee your 911 videos will NOT be deleted off this site like they sometimes are on you-tube or google video. The site has been running for about a month or so. We are still working out some bugs and would appreciate any constructive criticism to help improve it. I have uploaded some existing 911-videos and I am seeing a lot of interest in them already.

"Paul officials deny involvement in Giuliani Mackinac ferry taunting"

Paul officials deny involvement in Giuliani Mackinac ferry taunting

September 25, 2007



Texas congressman and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul does not believe that 9/11 was an “inside job” and his campaign distanced itself from a raucous pro-Paul demonstration on a Mackinac Island ferry Friday night, a Paul spokesman said Monday.

In the incident, Paul's supporters taunted former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for alleged complicity in the attacks.

Spokesman Jesse Benton said the campaign was aware of Internet reports about the demonstration, which occurred late Friday when Giuliani boarded a ferry loaded with Paul supporters leaving a Michigan GOP conference. No Paul campaign officials were involved, Benton said.