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"Constitution" is voice of the good Dr. Ron Paul, who is the choice of young voters, of troops, and hope of a peaceful world

By WcP.Observer - Posted on 12 December 2011

Ron Paul with son Rand

"Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms." - Ron Paul

The thunderous applause for Paul rocked the bleachers and caused a crush of media to turn their cameras away from the stage in the middle of the gymnasium...Affable and clearly enjoying his celebrity status with the young voters, Paul said he was at somewhat of a loss to explain why his candidacy resonates so strongly with young voters.

“The common answer is that I endorse and defend the Constitution … and believe you only get permission to go to war with a vote of Congress, not NATO,” Paul said, his remarks cut short by applause.

*Update: Jan. 25, 2012*
Ron Paul is sweeping the GOP youth vote - 'The kids' attracted to pure, uncompromising ideology.
Across the country, the youth vote is down. Registration is low. Voter enthusiasm for Republican candidates has been lackluster.
Unless that candidate's name is Ron Paul.
The 76-year-old U.S. representative from Texas has energized — and gained —young voters at a time many people under 30 are turned off to politics.

Comments following the video Ron Paul 2012 Amazing!!! (homage with video, photos and music):

@jackstrawfrmwchta I dont vote for Ron Paul just because Im living in Russia. But I hope Americans vote for Ron Paul!? Vote for Real Democracy!!! Peace to USA! Peace to the world!!!
robertavanesovru 7 minutes ago

@Corvus133 I can do that? but I'm from Australia, What can I do.
MrDeejayjfx 7 hours ago

This is? a beautiful tribute to an amazing man. I cannot wait to vote for him in Ohio!
larak12345 11 hours ago

Ron Paul has the vote of people who want? peace, prosperity and freedom. Time will tell what kind of people the majority of Americans really are by the way they vote.
Vote for the 1% or vote for Ron Paul.
HotPot80x 16 hours ago

I wish we had politicians like? this in Australia. I've only watched a bit of him,seems like he has the guts to say how it is.
Godexists100 21 hours ago

Great video. Thank you for sharing this. Ron Paul is a great man, with a sensible vision for this country. He is loved by? millions of open minded Americans.
lrhodes1985 3 days ago

Please vote for Ron Paul. He is the only hope? to the USA and the whole world
cyrus7777777 3 days ago

Vote Paul for a better America and a better World ,We need Dr? Paul
tracybuddha 4 days ago 3

This? video brought tears to my eyes. I only wish I could thank Dr. Paul for all he has done for me, but I do not have a vote.
sadbutsandman91 4 days ago 2

Switzerland supports Ron Paul. many people don't know this, but our constitution is based on the US constitution. and we're obviously doing very well with that. The USA -could- also do very well if you actually followed your constitution. vote for Ron Paul and? do yourself and all of us a favor.
heirihunziker 4 days ago 3

From Japan..
Now,I'm very pleased to know about? Mr.Ron Paul and many Americans support him who can talk about the truth.
I do wish he will win and be safe.
nichinichisou3 4 days ago 4

As a Canadian observer I must say this man is the only politician who makes any sense at all. Wake my? American friends and save America from disaster!.
1944jeffray 6 days ago

this is a plea from Australia ... please America give this guy? a chance if you want right to beat evil vote for Ron Paul , it just maybe the last spin of the dice you guys and the whole world gets to step back from imploding
buzzbox2nd 6 days ago 2

If you have any sense you are? voting for this guy!!! The entire Europe can see he is the one we need.. He can change the world...
akinbolade 1 week ago


Could Ron Paul be the next president? As Dean Reynolds reports, he certainly thinks so

Ron Paul dominates Iowa straw poll: Iowa voters are ready for when the opportunity to vote for Ron Paul arises, and today they have done just that quite decisively
Republican presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul easily defeated his rivals in the Iowa straw poll on Saturday, as the Libertarian Party's leadership began openly pressing Paul to run under their ticket.

Iowa's National Federation of Republic Assemblies Presidential Preference Convention and Straw Poll released its results on Saturday, and Republican presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul was by far the favorite, taking a commanding 82 percent of the vote, as the Paul campaign reported on their web site.

The Iowa straw poll tallied the votes of GOP activists operating within the state, and Paul's landslide victory reflected the organization his campaign has maintained in Iowa. “In Iowa, Ron Paul continues to engage and inspire concerned voters at town hall meetings and in other settings. This contest, however, shows that Dr. Paul and his campaign have tremendous organization strength. Iowa voters are ready for when the opportunity to vote for Ron Paul arises, and today they have done just that quite decisively,” Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton stated in the Paul campaign's press release.

Paul dominated the Iowa contest, with restaurant executive Herman Cain taking a distant second place at 14.7 percent.

Even among non-Iowans who voted in the straw poll, Paul was the winner.
"In the tally of non-Iowans who voted, Paul won 26% followed by Cain at 25%, Perry and Santorum tied at 16%, Gingrich at 11%, Bachmann at 6%, Romney at 1%, and Huntsman and Johnson with 0%," CNN's Shannon Travis wrote.

But while Paul's Iowa results were impressive, it is widely believed among those in the Libertarian Party that he will not receive the Republican Party's nomination. And for this reason, the Libertarian Party has begun to court Paul openly. As ABC News reported on Monday, the Libertarian Party's leadership would be more than happy to have Ron Paul run on their presidential ticket. “Absolutely, that would be fabulous,” Jim Lesczynski, media relations director for the Manhattan Libertarian Party, told ABC News. Paul has not fully dismissed a third party run.

Ron Paul Easily Defeats Republican Primary Competitors in Iowa Straw Poll: Garners 82 percent of total in NFRA’s Iowa-only tally of GOP activists; also wins open-voter tally
In addition to winning the Iowa-only tally conducted at the NFRA convention, Dr. Paul won the open-voter tally which was not restricted to voters from Iowa. The open-voter results had Dr. Paul winning by 26 percent, followed by Cain at 25 percent, Perry and Santorum tied at 16 percent, and others with low double- and single-digit percentages.

Ron Paul: Economic Freedom and Diplomacy Lead to Peace & Prosperity

"Man of Common Sense": Ron Paul

*Update Dec. 31, 2011*

Breaking: ABC Reports on NDAA and Ron Paul - The comments are amazing

ABC NEWS has just put up on its front page that Obama has signed into LAW for the INDEFINITE DETENTION OF AMERICANS and reports that the only Republican Presidential candidate, Ron Paul stood against it.

Check out the comment section....alot of these people are not Ron Paul supporters either...and they are FREAKING OUT!

"In his last official act of business in 2011, President Barack Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act from his vacation rental in Kailua, Hawaii. In a statement, the president said he did so with reservations about key provisions in the law — including a controversial component that would allow the military to indefinitely detain terror suspects, including American citizens arrested in the United States, without charge.

The legislation has drawn severe criticism from civil liberties groups, many Democrats, along with Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, who called it “a slip into tyranny.” Recently two retired four-star Marine generals called on the president to veto the bill in a New York Times op-ed, deeming it “misguided and unnecessary.”

Here is the link...

TIME: Six Reasons Ron Paul Has Appeal Beyond the GOP

Council Bluffs, Iowa
A rowdy pack of ever dedicated supporters makes its presence known at most of Ron Paul’s campaign events in Iowa. But beyond those who show up already wearing “I voted for Ron Paul” T-shirts, there are those who are more curious than diehard. Many of them are Democrats and independents — recent polling suggests that as much as half of Paul’s support in the state is coming from non-Republicans. And when asked what has piqued their interest, these non-Republicans sometimes cite the same reasons as conservatives: Paul is a straight shooter; he values the Constitution; he’s consistent. But there are also parts of the Texas Congressman’s philosophy that uniquely cater to those outside the GOP, even if inadvertently. Here are six reasons Dems and indies are staking out space in Paul’s tent.

A Hands-Off Approach to Personal Matters

The central thesis of Paul’s stump speech is that the government’s singular role is to protect our liberties. And part of true liberty, Paul believes, is making personal choices without interference from the federal government. In every speech, Paul reaches a moment in which he relays that We don’t have to agree on everything: people should have their own religion, their own intellectual pursuits and the right to live their private lives however they see fit. That last part strikes some as a tacit acceptance of liberal positions on social issues like abortion and gay marriage — and on some level, it is. While Paul himself would support state bans for such things, his stay-out-of-people’s-business philosophy is absolute at the federal level. “I like that he’s for less governmental involvement in our lives,” says Erin Nevius, a 24-year-old who classifies herself as independent and attended a Paul town hall on Thursday, Dec. 29. “For being a Republican, I think he has some pretty liberal ideas.”


Jordan Leckband, a registered Democrat, checked out Paul at a town hall in Newton, Iowa, on Wednesday after hearing his father rave about the man. “I’m a little bit of a pacifist,” Leckland says. “So his whole antiwar strategy … I’m a big fan.” By the end of the talk, Leckband said he’d be willing to switch parties to caucus for Paul on Jan. 3.

Polls consistently show those on the left and in the center to be more wary of entering wars and more supportive of ending them. A recent CNN/ORC survey, for example, showed that 73% of Democrats and 70% of independents now oppose the war in Afghanistan, while only 38% of Republicans do.

Paul wants to bring troops home from both war zones and from bases in countries like Germany and Japan. He believes other countries should solve their own problems and that meddling in far-removed conflicts will only bring havoc to America. He also opposes foreign aid. “The easiest place to cut spending is to cut spending overseas and to deal with our problems at home,” he told a group assembled in Perry, Iowa, on Thursday. “There’s a lot of expense and a lot of killing, and it goes on and on.”

The Golden Rule

When explaining his foreign policy positions or his beliefs about personal liberty, Paul often explicitly invokes the golden rule. He also presents golden-rule scenarios. Imagine, he suggested on Thursday, that a country like China was treating us the way we treat Iran. “It’s natural for [Iranians] to say that they want defense,” he said in Perry. “What we need to do, if you want to quiet things down, is don’t put sanctions on them. It’s just going to cause more trouble.” Sanctions, he said, are painful for Iran, and American behavior that causes hardship abroad unites fractured countries against us, just as factions of America were all united after 9/11.

Studies have shown that certain “moral triggers” lead Democrats and Republicans to make different decisions. Democrats place more importance on factors like harm and fairness, while Republicans give more weight to values like loyalty, authority and purity. Paul’s appeal straddles both groups.

*Update Jan. 3, 2012*

Ron Paul president of Facebook
According to a recent social media study, GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul has the highest “viral reach” among the current GOP presidential candidates on Facebook.

The study, conducted by Czech analytic company Socialbakers, analyzed data between Dec, 1, 2011 and Dec. 31, finding that, “Ron Paul has the highest overall viral reach, followed by Mitt Romney and Rick Perry.” Socialbalkers got their data from TechCrunch database Crunchbase.

“Viral reach” was calculated as the “total reach for each candidate when people ‘like’ and comment, multiplied by the average number of friends per Facebook user to provide a comparable number,” Socialbakers wrote in a statement about the study on Monday.

Ron Paul also “increased engagement rate by 69 percent, followed by a near tie between Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich, with a 58 percent increase and 57 percent increase respectively,” the statement read.

Facebook was chosen for the study, according to the statement, because of a recent Pew study that Facebook users are more politically engaged and are more than twice as likely to participate in political meetings or rallies.

Socialbakers calculated person-to-person interaction by measuring “all debates, comments, conversations to each other’s posts on candidate’s page.”

The trouble with my uncle, Rick Santorum
By John Garver, Student, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown

If you want another big-government politician who supports the status quo to run our country, you should vote for my uncle, Rick Santorum. America is based on a strong belief in individual liberty. My uncle’s interventionist policies, both domestic and foreign, stem from his irrational fear of freedom not working.

It is not the government’s job to dictate to individuals how they must live. The Constitution was designed to protect individual liberty. My Uncle Rick cannot fathom a society in which people cooperate and work with each other freely. When Republicans were spending so much money under President Bush, my uncle was right there along with them as a senator. The reason we have so much debt is not only because of Democrats, but also because of big-spending Republicans like my Uncle Rick.

It is because of this inability of status quo politicians to recognize the importance of our individual liberties that I have been drawn to Ron Paul. Unlike my uncle, he does not believe that the American people are incapable of forming decisions. He believes that an individual is more powerful than any group (a notion our founding fathers also believed in).

Another important reason I support Ron Paul is his position on foreign policy. He is the only candidate willing to bring our troops home, not only from the Middle East, but from around the world.

Ron Paul seems to be the only candidate trying to win the election for a reason other than simply winning the election.

This year, I’ll vote for an honest change in our government. I’ll vote for real hope. I’ll vote for a real leader. This year, I will vote for Ron Paul.

John Garver is a 19-year-old student at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. John is a strong supporter of Ron Paul despite his love for family member Rick Santorum.

Jan. 3, 2012: At Rock the Caucus, Paul Breaks the Imaginary Applause-O-Meter
If there had been an applause-o-meter inside West Des Moines Valley High School Tuesday morning, students might have broken it when Republican presidential contender Ron Paul approached the Rock the Caucus podium.

The Texas congressman, who won a mock vote among Valley students last month, is leading in some polls and figuring to finish in the top three in others at tonight's Iowa Caucus. He enjoys stalwart support among young people, the target audience in the Rock the Caucus initiative to increase the participation of young voters in the political process.

The thunderous applause for Paul rocked the bleachers and caused a crush of media to turn their cameras away from the stage in the middle of the gymnasium to the bleachers where Valley seniors – most of who are eligible to vote in tonight’s precinct caucuses — cheered on their first preference among the candidates.

Affable and clearly enjoying his celebrity status with the young voters, Paul said he was at somewhat of a loss to explain why his candidacy resonates so strongly with young voters.

“The common answer is that I endorse and defend the Constitution … and believe you only get permission to go to war with a vote of Congress, not NATO,” Paul said, his remarks cut short by applause.

**Update May 24, 2012*

John Ramsey became old enough to buy a Carlsberg nine months ago. The 21-year-old college student from east Texas isn’t old enough to serve in Congress. His intellectual role model, U.S. Texas Representative Ron Paul, has been in Congress 22 years -- longer than Ramsey has been alive.

Yet, Ramsey is leaving a mark on U.S. politics that may outlast his political mentor and presidential candidate, Paul. The college senior spent $1.3 million of his own money to create a super-political action committee, Liberty for All Super PAC, that backs candidates who endorse what Ramsey calls "freedom philosophy." The dogma includes policies championed by Paul, such as supporting free-market economics, protecting civil liberties, slashing government spending and opposing most U.S. military action.

Ramsey’s super-PAC passed its first test on May 22. It spent more than $561,000 on television and radio ads to help Tom Massie, a Kentucky engineer, defeat two experienced politicians in a House Republican primary election. Ramsey’s super-PAC spent more than any of the candidates.

"This is the first step. We’re looking to spread our message," Ramsey, who’d shed his afternoon blue-jeans for a gray suit, told about 20 people in their teens and 20s who gathered for a victory party at one of the PAC’s headquarters in Bellevue, Kentucky.

Hunting and Fishing
Towering over the other attendees at 6-feet, 7-inches, the one-time, daily tennis player still finds time for matches -- as well as hunting and fishing -- between his political project, investments and studies.

Ramsey attends Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, where he’s several courses shy from a double-major in business economics and finance.

He enjoys studying central banking systems, including the European Central Bank and the U.S. Federal Reserve, which, like Paul, he says should be audited. Among his favorite authors is Frederic Bastiat, a French economist who promoted free markets as a source of "economic harmony" in the early half of the 1800s.

His interest in economics and finance comes from his grandfather, Justin Robert Howard, a banker who died on Thanksgiving 2010 and left a fortune to his survivors, including Ramsey and his two older siblings.

‘Big Papa’
Howard -- "Big Papa" to Ramsey -- "taught me about cash- flow statements and P/E ratios" as a young teenager, Ramsey said. He manages his own portfolio, which includes interests in energy, real estate and timber.

"I’m involved in a lot of investments that are not linked to the dollar," he said. "That’s my favorite way of diversifying, whether it be through alternative currency, gold, through companies that do mining in precious metals. That’s my number one goal now, to diversify from the dollar more and more."

Ramsey said his sister, Vanessa, a lifelong Democrat, expressed some skepticism about his political spending, though he said family and friends have supported his desire to promote his causes.

He uses the word "grandfather" to describe his relationship with Paul, a 76-year-old House member. He met Paul in 2010, and they’re pictured together on Ramsey’s Facebook page.

"Ron Paul has been an absolutely phenomenal role model for me personally," Ramsey said. "It’s so honorable to have him as sort of the grandfather of this movement he’s created in this country."

Civil Disobedience
Rosa Parks, a black woman who helped spark the civil rights movement in 1955 when she refused to take a seat in the back of a public bus, and Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of that movement, are also role models for their practice of peaceful civil disobedience.

"You can’t spread freedom through violence," Ramsey said. "Humanitarianism can only be done through peaceful means."

*Update July 4, 2012*

Dr. Ron Paul at Congressional Baseball Game

Ahead Of The Game: Ron Paul Inducted Into Congressional Baseball Hall Of Fame .
Our favorite Libertarian presidential candidate, Ron Paul, was inducted into the Congressional Baseball Hall of Fame at Washington Nationals Park Thursday evening.

Ron was joined by the most athletic congressional and senatorial representatives -- including his son, Sen. Rand Paul -- at the 51st Annual CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game.

After the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Obamacare this week, we thought that the Republicans could use a pick-me-up by winning this year's game. Unfortunately, they weren't so lucky.

Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.), the Democrats' pitcher and MVP of the annual congressional baseball game, led the team to a massive win of 18 to 5, in seven innings. Ouch!

One thing is for sure ... Ron Paul's game-opening pitch was not to blame. He put it right over the plate!

Dr. Ron Paul walks along the sideline of Nationals Stadiums before this year’s Congressional Baseball Game. Paul threw the first pitch of the game to his son, Senator Rand Paul

Ron Paul never expected to get recognized for baseball.

“It’s interesting. I never thought I was much of a baseball player,” Paul said. “I always wanted to play baseball and the only time I got to play was on the baseball team in Congress.”

The Texas Representative was inducted into the CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Hall of Fame before Thursday night’s Congressional Baseball game, becoming the 22nd member of the institution and the first Texas legislator to earn a slot.

Paul, who wore a throwback Houston Astros jersey to Nationals Park, quietly walked along the infield before the game with his family, pausing a few times for pictures and interviews.

Before play began, Paul was officially inducted into the Hall of Fame, capping a Congressional baseball career that boasted a .294 batting average, six runs scored and six runs batted in during seven games. Perhaps most memorably was the homer he smacked in 1979, a hit that cleared the left field wall of Alexandria’s Four Mile Run Park for the first out-of-the-park home run in the Congressional Baseball game’s history.

Paul was given a plaque commemorating his induction before the game, flashing it quickly to the cameras at home plate. Asked if his accomplishment would inspire his fellow Texan legislators competing for the Republicans, Paul grinned, suggesting they didn’t need his help to compete well. “Oh yeah, they’re inspired,” he said. “They’ve been practicing hard. The Democrats have to really look out.”

Next, he threw out the first pitch, coming down off the mound to send it home to his son, Rand Paul, who took the role of catcher.

Rand Paul was also in the night’s lineup, taking to the outfield for the Republicans in a Western Kentucky University uniform. But his father shied away from coaching too much, saying with a soft grin that he only gave his son one instruction for the night- to keep “that libertarian spirit.”


Photo courtesy Francis Rivera / Houston Chronicle

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