Ron Paul’s Presidential campaign kicked off a fund raising goal of collecting $500,000.00 in one week online to help boost his 3rd quarter numbers. This followed last week’s goal of getting 1787 donations by weeks end. How is he doing?
Last week he blew past 1787 donations and got about 1000 more over the weekend. This week’s effort has collected $300,000.00 in approximately 36 hours. This is a pretty amazing feat for a candidate who is polling 4% nationally.
There is no question that Ron Paul has surpassed his 2nd quarter fund raising of 2.4 million. The only question that remains for this quarter is by how much? Maybe you’d like to help out. You can donate to Ron Paul’s campaign here. If you give enough to him, and he should happen to win, then he’ll give you your country back as well as your freedom. How much would you be willing to pay for that?
The audio link below is long, but certainly a worthwhile listen. The radio hosts play some clips of Ron Paul’s questioning of Ben Bernake, the current Fed chairman. They then discuss at length how the majority of our politicians don’t understand the reason for inflation is the Fed, and its penchant for controlling the money supply by printing money out of thin air.
I will be attending the debate on Thursday 9/27/2007 at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. The so called ‘top tier’ candidates will not be there. They have nothing to gain by showing up.
The good news is that Ron Paul will be there. The bad news is that he will most likely be ‘attacked’ regarding accusations that he is racist. I suspect Paul’s views will not sit well for most of the debate panelists along with the majority of black voters. I wish then that the following video be required viewing as a response:
According to Gallup Ron Paul has gone from 0% up to 4% in a few months. He’s now only 3% behind Romney which is in the margin of error. He is tied with Huckabee. This is the highest he has ever polled nationally. If his fund raising numbers are surprisingly good next month I believe he could get to 10% nationally. If he gets that…. I may start getting excited.