Re: Ron Paul endorsements
> If that list is the best he can do for endorsements he'd beI agree.
> wiser not to list them at all.
However, the point here is if Ron Paul supporters read the
endorsements page and see a lot of people from the Republican Liberty
Caucus, they are more likely to become members of the Republican
- Posted by: "Chuck Moulton" chuck@...> I've love to see Bill Westmiller, Phil Blumel, etc. in that list.The campaign is well aware of my support: I'm a designatedGOP delegate for Paul in California. I'm not sure who is doingthe list, but I have no objection to being included (given thatit notes "affiliation is for identification only").
- In a message dated 1/3/2008 5:20:19 AM Eastern Standard Time, graball@... writes:If that list is the best he can do for endorsements he'd be wiser not to list them at all.Dave===========Amen to that brother!Tom
- I assume "he" that Dave is referring to is Ron Paul. It's my guess that Dr. Paul had little to do with this endorsement list, if anything at all, other than his appeal as a Constitutionalist. It's probably a spontaneous event initiated at the grass roots level, and picked up by a campaign staffer. In my opinion it's not who is on the list, but the list itself that matters. A growing list of hundreds of people inconvenienced themselves to show their support for Ron Paul. This is a good thing, and besides, before we criticize this particular campaign strategem, I'd be interested in who is endorsing the other candidates. It's my guess the list is a lot smaller, and that we'd be even less pleased with the other candidates' endorsements.
DrTomStevens@... wrote:In a message dated 1/3/2008 5:20:19 AM Eastern Standard Time, graball@fontcraft. com writes:If that list is the best he can do for endorsements he'd be wiser not to list them at all.Dave===========Amen to that brother!Tom