Ron Paul Update
January 5, 2008, 8:31 am
Filed under: 2008 election, Huckabee, Iran, Middle East, music, news, politics, ron paul

This Week on The Candidates:
Campaign ’08 Update: Candidate Views on the Issues
Campaign ’08 Update: Republicans

Campaign ’08: Democrats

Ron Paul’s 10% in Iowa shocks mainstream media (Infowars)

Ron Paul vs. The Dirty Tricksters: Ron Paul Haters Left and Right Unite (Antiwar)


Ron Paul’s Campaign So Poorly Understood (via MParent 12/23/07)


Kristol calls Paul a crackpot (Fox ‘News’ via YouTube 12/24/07)

Now that’s an endorsement! 


Ron Paul won’t rule out third party run (Politico 12/23/07)


Paul says Iran as likely to attack Israel as Mars; Israeli government pushing US to invade Iran (PressTV 12/25/07)

GREAT VIDEO: Rise, Consise, Krookid Rap “Ron Paul 2008” (YouTube)

“Ron Paul for President – Two Thousand and Eight

There’s still hope for America / It’s almost too late

Ron Paul for President – Two Thousand and Eight

It’s time to stand up for freedom / While we still got a say”

Can Paul Go Mainstream? (SwampPolitics 12/27/07)


NYTimes prints retraction of Ron Paul smear, with acknowledgement that they were unverified assertions and they should have included a response from Paul. (12/27/07)


Paul on MSNBC: “We’re getting ready to bomb Iran (via Raw Story 12/27/07)


Paul’s fundraising 4th Quarter: $19M – to Hillary’s $20M (Wall St Journal)


Paul excluded from Fox debate on Sunday, included in ABC debate on Saturday. Paul campaign planning Sunday counter-event (Politico 1/1/08)

All I gotta say is I think Alan Keyes has been on 90% of the debates I’ve ever watched, and never polled over 3% 


The Left and Ron Paul (CounterPunch 1/2/08)

This guy seems to support Paul out of default, not necessarily because he agrees with him on the issues.  I feel the same way.  I don’t agree with all of Paul’s positions, but he actually understands the Constitution, which places limits on presidential power, in case we’ve forgotten.  He also votes on principles, not convenience.  He’s a straight shooter from South Texas; my kind of guy.

Ron Paul’s Revolution: Monkeywrenching the System (CounterPunch 1/4/08)

Ron Paul is Scary, but those who cheer him on are even scarier (Alternet 1/3/08)

Paul Hits Huckabee on Taxes (Washington Post)

Bank predicts Paul win, US slump (PressTV, Iran)

Denmark-based Saxo Bank predicts Ron Paul presidency in 2008, saying US economy will plunge into a depression prior to the election. The Bank predicted that Ron Paul, US congressman and Republican presidential candidate, will win the US 2008 presidential election. Saxo Bank says the US economy will shrink by 25% and the Chinese economy will decrease by 40%. The economic downturn will come about as a result of the housing crash. Ron Paul has been critical of the Federal Reserve and has blamed the Federal Reserve for causing the real estate bubble and crash. Paul has said that the loose monetary policy of the Fed had artificially inflated real estate prices which lead to the collapse. Paul supports ‘Sound Money’ and opposes the Federal Reserve’s ‘Inflation Tax’ and says that he wants to prevent a dollar collapse. Saxo Bank also predicts $175 a barrel for oil and the price of grain will double. Some have predicted that oil will climb to $250 a barrel if the US attacks Iran. The bank also predicts that 30% of large building companies will go bankrupt.”


Part 1: Campaign Round-up

Part 2: The ‘Democrats’

Part 3: Ron Paul Special

Part 4: Giuliani and Romney

Part 5: Huckabee and McCain

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I think there are some interesting points here, but I wonder how this will all play out in the next few weeks…???

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