14097Re: Draft Ron Paul?
- May 25, 2005Why would a Republican like Mr. Paul challenge a Senator like
Hutchinson? or any GOP standard bearer...
I love the idea though.
Are there FSP friends around Texas?
And how do porcupines like Mr. Kinky Friedman for TX Governor?
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> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jason SorensScallon. I
> <jason.sorens@y...> wrote:
> > Here's a very interesting idea from Chronicles writer Sean
> > should note that Ron Paul knows all about the FSP, and told mehe
> > supported WY in the vote. What better way could there be to showneed
> him that
> > NH's libertarian army supports him?
> If we can't draft Ron Paul for Prez maybe the FSP can help get him
> drafted for an open 2006 U.S. Senate candidacy from Texas or if
> be run as a primary challenger against Sen. Hutchinson.has a
> Congressman Paul is a sorely needed voice for the US Senate and
> solid opportunity to win, since he has an overwhelming popularityin
> his own district, he appeals to Republicans on conservative issuesand
> Democrats on civil liberties issues and could open up a flood ofSeat
> monetary support from liberty activists throughout the country.
> The remaining Republican primary contenders for the Texas Senate
> would be Atty. Gen. Abbott, Rep. Bonilla of the 23rd District andLt.
> Gov. Dewhurst. If the primary is won with enough money and support,order
> Rep. Paul will easily win the US Senate office.
> <b>Politics1.com states the following:</b>
> According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, President Bush may have
> found a way to bring peace to his homestate's GOP leadership. In
> to avoid US Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison's (R) likely primarymay
> challenge to Governor Rick Perry (R), the newspaper reports Bush
> nominate Hutchison for the prestigious post of US Ambassador to thewill
> Court of St. James (i.e., Great Britain). If that happens, Perry
> easily win renomination and Texas Republicans will have an open US
> Senate seat next year.
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