Saturday, October 31, 2009

It's Official: Ron Paul Won Nevada

The Nevada GOP shut down their state convention when it became clear that Ron Paul supporters would be the majority of delegates to go to the national convention. The Nevada GOP failed to restart the convention, hand-picked political operatives thus dis-enfranchising Republicans, and was susequently scolded by the national GOP for their behavior.

Some uncounted ballots were found and have now been counted. The ballots covered three delegates that would go to the national convention, and the count has shown that all three delegates would have been Ron Paul supporters if the ballots had been counted.

The Nevada GOP did the wrong thing at the state convention, and they disenfranchised many Republicans.

Missing GOP ballots counted in Nev. after months
The Associated Press

Eighteen months later, Nevada Republicans have completed a count of all delegate ballots from last year's state convention.

A group of disaffected Republicans says it feels vindicated after a Friday night count of missing ballots from the April 2008 gathering showed three delegates for U.S. Rep. Ron Paul should have been sent to the national convention.


Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Obama's Children Don't Get Flu Shots

While speaking of the need for everyone to take flu shots and declaring a "national emergency", Obama's children haven't received the shots.

President Barack Obama has declared a national emergency in America as swine flu deaths reached 1,000.

If the shots aren't save enough for Obama's children, should anyone else take the shots?

Ron Paul (a medical doctor) speaks about flu shots and Obama's children not receiving the shots. He presents facts such as typically 800 people per week die from the flu and there is unwarranted excitement about 1000 claimed H1N1 deaths. He also states that government-funded shots leads us on the path toward socialized medicine.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Postpone Bernanke Confirmation

Ron Paul asked Chris Dodd and the Banking Committee to postpone approval of Ben Bernanke to chair the Federal Reserve until the Federal Reserve will open it's books.

The full letter is here.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

End The Fed

Chapter two of Ron Paul's book End The Fed is available at

Most Americans haven't thought much about the strange entity that controls the nation's money. They simply accept it as though it has always been there, which is far from the case. Visitors to Washington can see the Fed's palatial headquarters in Washington, D.C., which opened its doors in 1937. Tourists observe its intimidating appearance and forbidding structure, the monetary parallel to the Supreme Court or the Capitol of the United States.


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