News from Ron Paul:
March 29, 2007
Since I announced my candidacy for the Republican nomination for president two weeks ago, the response and activity have been exciting. Thank you for your enthusiastic support!
After the day's business is complete here in the U.S. House, I will head to Phoenix this evening for two days of campaigning. I'm looking forward to a busy and productive time there, as we had recently in New Hampshire. Some of our activities in Phoenix will be an appearance on the Charles Goyette show on KFNX; a meeting with the editorial board of the Arizona Republic; a luncheon meeting with several Arizona state legislators; an interview with news anchor Jim Sharpe on KFYI; a fundraising reception; and a brunch meeting with nearly 100 Ron Paul 2008 activists. In addition, I will be interviewed on "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO tomorrow night.
On April 11th, our campaign goes to Iowa for two days. More on that trip a little later.
As I mentioned, the response and activity is exciting. Several videos are available on our YouTube channel. Thousands of people are watching those videos every day. Activity on our MySpace grows daily. The number of requests for radio and television interviews increases by the day, as do invitations for speaking engagements. Our web site is updated each day with new items posted on our Daily Update page.
Thank you again for your enthusiastic support. Please encourage family and friends to join our campaign. Ask them to visit www.RonPaul2008.com to be a part of our Hope for America.
Sincerely,Ron Paul----- Original Message -----From: Joe LibertySent: Friday, March 30, 2007 7:39 AMSubject: [RLC-Action] Re: RomneyRomney is a big government conservative:----- Original Message ----
From: George Blumel <gblumel@bellsouth. net>
To: RLC-Action@yahoogro ups.com
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 10:22:22 PM
Subject: [RLC-Action] Presidential contendersI met and listened to Mitt Romney tonight at a Club For Growth meeting in Palm Beach. He was most impressive. He portrayed himself as a problem-solving business type rather than politician and, in fact, he had a highly successful business career before running for governor of Massachusetts. Unlike most politicians, he got down to specifics using a detailed slide presentation --very businesslike. He hit all the hot buttons of this conservative/ libertarian group such as low taxes, less regulations, school choice, market-oriented health care, social security privatization and like that. I think we could live with him. Tomorrow we hear from Gingrich and then Giuliani. Brownback and Gilmore will have their turn as well. I had a chat with Jeff Flake and several others who you would call the "good guys." More later. -Geo..