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Hollywood fundraising party for Ron Paul:

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Via Ronpaulforums:

The Real Story in Wyoming

OK, so I have read through your negative threads and will now proceed to tell you the true inside story.

Wyoming did not go nearly so bad as you are making it out to be.

In my county, the Ron Paul delegate got 45.6% of the vote. Rejected by party hacks? Hardly. We stormed the barricades, crashed their party, and almost, *almost*, won it all. Unfortunately, Romney’s guy got 54%. So we made a good show. If we could have switched over 4 Romney people or got 8 more of our people out, we would have had it (you can calculate this, but the result was 37-44). Oh well.

It was probably largely my fault for not doing enough early enough to get everyone registered and jumped throught the hoops back in December. We had several Ron Paul supporters that could not vote because they hadn’t met registration deadlines and this and that, some that came to the caucus this Saturday (for moral support and to see it, man the table, help however they could; they couldn’t vote, due to not doing aforementioned hoop-jumping). Including Wyo_Lars! Thanks Wyo_Lars!! Still, 45% is not exactly haplessly weak. We did well!

Even one delegate from Wyoming would have been major victory. Iowa gave Paul 2 delegates, after a ton of focus, time, campaigning there, millions of dollars spent, etc., and they are a much larger state with millions of people. If little Wyoming with just 1/2 million people could have got 1 delegate for Paul, especially when we’ve had very little attention from the national RP campaign, I would have considered that we pulled our own weight.

Alas, it was not to be for my county.

And finally, I saved the best (or maybe the worst) for last: in Fremont County we also lost… by one vote. One vote.

Ron Paul is a frontrunner, make no mistake. Non-frontrunners don’t get 45% of the vote. We just weren’t very organized. All you meetup people need to realize: you ARE the campaign.

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Today is the day for the “Ron Paul Flier Bomb“. The goal:

To blanket all of America with [a flier]. To put up a flier in every laundry facility, every store front, every bulletin board and cork board we can find in America. The goal is for us to get out 100,000 fliers spread out all over America.

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This video is for the people who say Ron Paul doesn’t stand a chance in the upcoming primaries.

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This video chronicles what the corporate media did not. A massive demonstration on the Santa Monica pier for the Ron Paul campaign that raised over $6,000,000 in a single day:

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William Gaillard writes:

Republican hopefuls are chasing the Democrats’ Hillary Clinton. Marvelous.

Now, where is Ron Paul in all of this heady discussion about these Republican “leaders,” as it were?

The “polls” say he is at about 4 percent. Whose polls? AP? Gallup? Fox News? Certainly not us.

These so-called polls are as biased and abusive as their sponsors.

The ugly and awful truth of the matter is that Ron Paul has actually won each and every televised GOP debate to date, and the GOP establishment is too embarrassed to admit it or even back him against the Democrat hopefuls.

As an analogy, this is clearly a case of the Oscars vs. the People’s Choice. However, the People’s Choice Award does not have to hire a Big Seven accounting firm to conceal the ballots. The “people’s poll” is winning this one hands down, and Ron Paul is leading the way.

Pity the losers of the Iowa caucuses and upcoming primaries. I give my support to Ron Paul for president of these United States.

More on fake polls here.

For REAL polls, go here.

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Only one more state to go. Via The Raleigh Chronicle:

Ron Paul supporter Michael Maresco rode his bicycle across the entire country to raise awareness of the Presidential candidacy of Congressman Ron Paul (R) of Texas.

On Wednesday, Maresco passed through Chatham County on Highway 64 and arrived in Cary to spend the night on his way to Washington DC and to have dinner with local Ron Paul supporters.

Maresco began his trip at the Pacific Ocean waterfront piers in Santa Monica, California in October and will ride through North Carolina and Virginia to end his trip in Washington, DC arriving sometime around Christmas Day.

How many establishment candidates have supporters willing to do this?

Visit Ron Paul Riders.

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