Wednesday, January 30, 2008

RonPaulsRevenge.com

I have followed Ron Paul since last May after the first debate. I have accepted that Dr. Paul will not win the GOP nomination. I think all along all Dr. Paul wanted to do was bring attention to how far we have strayed from what our founding father's intended. He has been pretty successful and without the mainstream media behind him he did fairly well. So where does Dr. Paul go from here?

I'd like to see him run on a 3rd party ticket but I know that is not going to be successful either. The future of Ron Paul is in all of his followers. All of the organization that Dr. Paul has set up should remain in place and used for his supporters to run for office. There have been 2 or 3 supporters that are indeed doing that. I say we need to buy the domain name RonPaul's Revenge.com or something similar and start going after each GOP Presidential candidate's office or previous office.

Let's start small. Congressman Duncan Hunter has said that he will not run for reelection. Why not go after his seat? I'm sure we can start there. After his seat we will go after Sam Brownback's senate seat in Kansas. We go after every single candidate that shared the stage with Dr. Paul. Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and Rudy Giuliani aren't presently in office. So what let's get the ball rolling and make a statement. Let's get a Paul disciple in the Governor of Arkansas and Massachusetts's office. Mayor of New York city? Hey, it'll be hard but nothing a bunch of passionate, dedicated Ron Paul followers can't get done.

Dr. Paul fought hard and is still fighting. I think the next step is for us, his followers to follow in his footsteps and bring this country back to where it needs to be. Ron Paul's Revenge could be what this country really needs.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Obama could be in big, big trouble

If this is true Obama is done. There have been rumors about Obama experimenting with drugs as a teen. Even people from Hillary Clinton's camp have said that something big was coming out about Obama back around Christmas. Could this be it? I don't really care for Obama but I don't like Hillary Clinton . Eventually Obama will have to respond.





Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Presidential Candidates on the Simpsons

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Rudy Guiliani is Mr. Burns

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Fred Thompson is Superintendent Chalmers

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Mike Huckabee is Cletus

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Mitt Romney is Troy McClure

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John McCain is Grandpa

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Ron Paul is Moe

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Hillary Clinton is Mrs. Krabbapel

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Barack Obama is Carl

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John Edwards is Mayor Quimby

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Dennis Kucinich is Milhouse

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And Bill Richardson is of course...Bumblebee Man






Sunday, January 6, 2008

4 thoughts from New Hampshire debate

After watching the debates last night I came away with 4 thoughts;

1. Will Rudy Guiliani bring back the military draft?
He said last night that he wants to add 250,000 troops if he is elected. The army is having so much trouble recruiting they are offering up to $40,000 in signing bonuses to new recruits. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that recruiting is going to be harder while we are fighting two wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Who wants to sign up when they know they are going to be sent off to God knows where for God knows how long. Now with our stop loss policy our leaders can extend a soldiers contract without their consent. So where is Rudy going to get a quarter of a million troops his first year in office?

Did Rudy serve in the military? No, he received a deferment and never went to Vietnam.

2. Mitt Romney was exposed and owned by John McCain.
According to John McCain Romney is the candidate of "change". That was a great zinger considering he has flip-flopped and changed his position so many times. Romney comes across as the GOP's version of John Kerry. He's a super rich and will say anything to get elected. McCain has been pretty consistent with his positions whether I agree with them or not. I thought to myself that Mitt should have just layed down in the floor and let the other 5 candidates kick him in the ribs. I belive the American people are starting to see through him.

3. Hillary Clinton is done.
She seemed desperate and aggrivated. It seems she thought that she would run through the primaries on her last name and she would easily defeat the Republican candidate. Now it looks like the media has jumped on the Obama bandwagon and Hillary will be lucky to be competitive on Super Tuesday.

4. Obama/Paul 2008 would be an unbeatable ticket.
Congressman Paul has said that he will not endorse the GOP candidate as long as they are for the war in Iraq. Last night he said that he had a lot of respect for Senator Obama and his position on the war. The question is would Paul join the ticket if Obama asked him to be his running mate? Would Obama even ask? Those two candidates are the ones who represent the most change. Both are very popular with young voters and I just don't see any combination on the GOP side that could defeat them. How fired up would young voters be for Obama/Paul compared to McCain/Thompson or Huckabee/Guiliani. Obama isn't going to pick Hillary, Edwards, or Richardson. Paul would be a great fit. It is unlikely but if I was Obama I would consider it.

Friday, January 4, 2008

Ron Paul is a player in the GOP race right now

After looking at the results of the Iowa caucuses last night I realized something. Ron Paul has a shot. The results are as follows;
Huckabee-34%
Romney-25%
Thompson and McCain-13%
Paul-10%
Guiliani-3%

What jumps out at you? Guiliani only got 3%. When they go to other states who is Guiliani going to pull votes from? Not Ron Paul. Huckabee, Romney, Thompson, and McCain are going to have to share some of their votes with Rudy. If Rudy had seriously competed last night Ron Paul would have possibly moved up to 3rd. Thompson and McCain both would have lost votes. Paul only finished 3,500-3,800 votes behind McCain and Thompson. The more neocons competing for the GOP nomination is a good thing for the only Anti-war candidate running.

Get ready New Hampshire is going to be fun and Paul could really play spoiler next Tuesday.
Larry Sinclair comes clean about his crimial record. Read about it in the latest update.

http://mrsircy.blogspot.com/2008/03/larry-sinclair-comes-clean-about-his.html
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