Kucinich Endorses Ron Paul
- Ron Paul to be honored as America's Civil Rights leader Larry Fester
Did Ron Paul win New Hampshire?
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul is to be honored by
grassroots activists as the first Civil Rights leader of the 21st Century.
FreeAtLast2008.com - Ron Paul For President is a new website designed
to generate a 10 million dollar plus cash infusion for Paul's campaign
along with nationwide marches to honor Dr. Paul and Dr. Martin Luther
Many of Ron Paul's supporters consider him the first Civil Rights
leader of the 21st Century for his tireless defense of the U.S.
Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Paul voted against the Patriot
Act and has made the defense of liberty a central theme in his campaign.
Organizers of the mass donation day have successfully broke records in
the past on November 5th with 4.2 million, and on December 16th with a
historic 6 plus million dollar day to commemorate the Boston Tea Party.
Unique to this money bomb is that it isn't designed to protest
anything; instead, it is designed to honor both Dr. Paul and Dr. King
as Civil Rights leaders. It is a sign of the transcendent nature of
Paul's message of peace, freedom, and prosperity.
Paul's website says regarding racism:
"The collectivist mindset is at the heart of racism. Racism is simply
an ugly form of collectivism, the mindset that views humans strictly
as members of groups rather than as individuals. Racists believe that
all individuals who share superficial physical characteristics are
alike: as collectivists, racists think only in terms of groups."
Paul has raised more money in the 4rth quarter than his opponents yet
has not been able to break through the 10% barrier in the first couple
contests of the GOP nomination process. This is largely because of a
corporate media blackout.
As it stands now, the two frontrunners Mike Huckabee and John McCain
are not financially viable to compete on Super Tuesday without
millions of dollars of free media to propel them. Mitt Romney can
continue to self finance his campaign if desired.
Paul, already financed through Super Tuesday, which is February 5th,
may find himself with another windfall in a couple weeks.
Ron Paul, US Eagle's second wing
Thu, 10 Jan 2008
Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich endorses Congressman Ron Paul,
suggesting he may be exactly what the US administration needs.
Kucinich said the libertarian-leaning Republican can provoke debate on
important issues to help America strengthen its position.
When asked who he would choose as his running mate if nominated, the
Democrat mentioned Ron Paul describing him as a person of integrity,
vision, and courage.
He then pointed to the glass etching of the American eagle in the US
House of Representatives and said the administration is also in need
of two wings to fly, a right wing and a left wing.
Kucinich said his foreign policy is very similar to that of Ron
Paul's, adding that he does not want his party to just represent
Democrat candidate Dennis Kucinich, who opposed the war authorization
bill five years ago, has repeatedly warned against launching a
military attack on the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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