has supporters across the nation, an army of revolutionaries who are social network geniuses.
Look at the impact Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have had on getting the word out...that's one of the many reasons Ron Paul has such a deep fan base, because those who follow him know how to use the internet to get the word out.
The awakening is happening in America, as people are turning to the r3VOLution--the Ron Paul revolution.
What president is willing to walk past a huge salary to be president of the United States at a lower amount?
Who prophesied that we would be where we are today economically?
Who is ready to take out the corruption in the government?
Patriots, that's who--those who are a part of the Ron Paul revolution, those who have done their homework. Those who have seen this man's history really does prove his integrity. This man has and is changing the face of America--that's why he is so popular.
Colt Gordon commented: I'll tell you why he is so popular... because freedom is. that simple. period dot.
Great Tweets about Ron Paul:
ShawnMMiller Ron Paul has been given 3X's the campaign contributions from Active Military personnel than all other GOP candidates, combined!
LitMargaretNan Sweet dreams, friends. Thanks to everyone for retweets and mentions and support! Prayers for you all and for Ron Paul, especially.
Study Ron Paul, look up Ron Paul, do your homework--become the educated, the smart, the passionate---don't vote for anybody just because it is the party of your choice.
Vote educated, know the issues the candidates this year, register to vote.
The time is short, the time is now--to be a part of the voting revolution.
I love this comment:
Paul is running the smartest campaign of all the candidates. He began running a brilliant pro-life ad in Iowa a few weeks ago, and my prognostication skills tells me he will mobilize enough supporters to win the Iowa Caucuses. What's going to be funny is how the mainstream media will try to convince the public that Iowa doesn't matter because Paul just "can't" be the nominee. How many times have we heard reports about Dr. Paul include the phrase, "He won't be the nominee, but..."? So funny.
Paul has driven the debate in the GOP nominating process, and when push comes to shove, he's got the organizational punch to not only deliver Iowa but to finish a respectable second in New Hampshire behind New Englander Mitt Romney. Next up will be South Carolina, where we will see what the Tea Party is made of when Southernernewt Gingrich squares off against Patriot Ron Paul. If Paul wins in South Carolina, it could be a knockout blow to Gingrich.
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