Ron Paul rejects the Libertarian Party Candidate for POTUS.

September 23, 2008
The following is an excerpt from Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty website. It can be found here:

This discussion refers to a recent appearance Ron Paul made at the National Press Club where he encouraged every American to rally behind one “third party” candidate in order to consolidate the power of non-Republican Party and non-Democratic Party voters. His last line of this announcement clearly states that he endorses Chuck Balwin (of the Constitution Party), and not Bob Barr (of the Libertarian Party), for President in 2008. Also present at the same National Press Club appearance were Cynthia McKinney (Green Party), Ralph Nader (Independent), and Chuck Baldwin. Here is some of what Ron Paul had to say about this:

“Although we were on the receiving end of ridicule in the reporting of the press conference, I personally was quite satisfied with the results. Read the rest of this entry »

What to do Wednesday?

February 10, 2008

I have a sense that a lot of people are going to feel lost and homeless Wednesday morning when the results of the Virginia Primaries are known. The Democrats will probably still be without a clear winner, but their choices will be limited to a black male socialist or a white female socialist, neither being the true heart of most Virginia Democrats.

Unless Gov. Huckabee pulls off a multi state miracle, the Republican race may well be decided. More likely, the GOP establishment will be lining up behind a candidate who sees the Constitution as merely an obstacle to overcome in imposing his view of government on the country.

So, perhaps Wednesday will be the day to find a home in the Libertarian Party here in Tidewater Read the rest of this entry »

Draft Ron Paul

February 6, 2008

Let’s be honest. Ron Paul is not going to win the GOP nomination for President. But the Ron Paul Revolution is not about putting a 72 year old Obstetrician into the White House anyway. The Mitt Robme campaign is solely about electing Robme to the Presidency, freedom and principles be damned. Same goes for McPain and Pastor Mike, as well as the Democrats, Monday Morning Hill and the American Idol. But Ron Paul has plenty of money to finish this race for the nomination, and he continues receiving donations. Just to continue getting his ideas into the public debate. Read the rest of this entry »