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flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 12:22 AM
Wow...just wow! Some of the threads I have been reading on this forum are so negative. Are some of you giving up? :rolleyes: Did you think this revolution was going to be easy and bring about swift change? If you thought so, you were sadly mistaken. The change we are wanting is going to be a long hard road to travel...but it's damn worth it. So, you're either 100% with Dr. Paul or you're not. If not, stop trying to bring everyone else down with your negativity and let the rest of us do the work we need to. I'll follow Dr. Paul to hell and back. I'm in this for the long haul...ARE YOU?

Watch this vid if you haven't already, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, stop your whining and get out there and canvass your asses off. Sign wave until your arms fall off. Donate as much as your budget will allow at ronapul2008.com. This is not close to being over!

Ron Paul: A Game of Inches (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQNIS3WfLUo):D

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 12:44 AM
bump

dblee
02-05-2008, 12:45 AM
bump for passionate and hot female RP supporters.

fuzzybekool
02-05-2008, 12:45 AM
Liberty is worth it !

nodope0695
02-05-2008, 12:46 AM
bump for passionate and hot female RP supporters.

DITO!!!! Hot female RP supporters are what make it all worth it!!:D

Oh, and I'm NOT giving up. I'm feeling pumped up for Super Tuesday....I'm nervous, but not a bad nervous. Kind of like the first day of school.

Airborn
02-05-2008, 12:50 AM
I'm not giving up, nope We will win this revolution, short-term, long-term, whatever. These threads poping up right before super tuesday kicks off, makes me wonder if some here have other agendas.

ShowMeLiberty
02-05-2008, 12:50 AM
Yeah, there's some trollish threads popping up right before Super Tuesday.

Ignore negativity until AFTER you have voted if you're in a Super Tuesday state. Might even be good to just stay off the forum until then so you won't be tempted to look at something negative.

I'm even going to take my own advice, lol. Somebody keep this thread bumped - we need it (thanks OP!). Good night everyone and good luck to us all when the polls open!

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 12:57 AM
lol. ya'll are great!:)

libertyguy
02-05-2008, 12:58 AM
Amen sister...keep preaching the message because there are many ears that need to hear these words. Thanks for your encouragement!

slantedview
02-05-2008, 01:00 AM
yes, some people apparently are giving up.

i say get on board or get the fuck out of the way. go support one of the socialist or fascist candidates if you can't stand up for dr. paul and for freedom.

fuzzybekool
02-05-2008, 01:03 AM
lol. ya'll are great!:)

We are in the dead of winter, cold and hungry, but spring draws near, and we shall overcome and be the victor of this glorious cause of Liberty.

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 01:07 AM
We are in the dead of winter, cold and hungry, but spring draws near, and we shall overcome and be the victor of this glorious cause of Liberty.

Indeed!

fuzzybekool
02-05-2008, 01:13 AM
bump

N13
02-05-2008, 01:26 AM
Squeeze blood out of rocks.

Carole
02-05-2008, 01:30 AM
Thanks. That was a great video. It worked for me. :):D:D

IPSecure
02-05-2008, 01:32 AM
We won the Straw Polls.

Now We Will Win the Nomination!

Next, the Election!

GoDrNo
02-05-2008, 01:32 AM
Wow...just wow! Some of the threads I have been reading on this forum are so negative. Are some of you giving up? :rolleyes: Did you think this revolution was going to be easy and bring about swift change? If you thought so, you were sadly mistaken. The change we are wanting is going to be a long hard road to travel...but it's damn worth it. So, you're either 100% with Dr. Paul or you're not. If not, stop trying to bring everyone else down with your negativity and let the rest of us do the work we need to. I'll follow Dr. Paul to hell and back. I'm in this for the long haul...ARE YOU?

Watch this vid if you haven't already, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, stop your whining and get out there and canvass your asses off. Sign wave until your arms fall off. Donate as much as your budget will allow at ronapul2008.com. This is not close to being over!

Ron Paul: A Game of Inches (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQNIS3WfLUo):D

+1776

Trigonx
02-05-2008, 01:35 AM
this movement we have created is literally HUGE and we realize it, and that itself motivates us even more. We will be able to say we took a part in its creation and did not sit by being judgemental.

fuzzybekool
02-05-2008, 01:35 AM
Ok, I got to get sum sleep. I keep coming back here to stare at flames2dust77's picture. :)

bump !

Paul Revered
02-05-2008, 01:36 AM
bump

Fields
02-05-2008, 01:40 AM
DITO!!!! Hot female RP supporters are what make it all worth it!!:D

Oh, and I'm NOT giving up. I'm feeling pumped up for Super Tuesday....I'm nervous, but not a bad nervous. Kind of like the first day of school.

You guys depress me with comments like that. I mean cmon guys.

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 02:06 AM
bump

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 02:37 AM
A bump for liberty and Dr. Paul. I'm going to bed...getting out to vote first thing in the morning.

Good luck to us all=)

affa
02-05-2008, 02:38 AM
All is well - everyone here is psyched, and Ron Paul is gonna be our next president.

Don't believe the trolls - who in their right mind would post that they are 'giving up' the night before the big day? So goofy, so obvious. Hey guys, we're the longshot in the Superbowl... maybe we should just stay home?

There will be more of them popping up in the next few days - no matter how well we do tomorrow there will be plenty of 'it's over posts', conveniently letting us know who to set to ignore.

shida
02-05-2008, 02:45 AM
Great video OP.

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 08:49 AM
A Bump for Dr. Paul! Everyone ready? Super Tuesday is here! Wooooot!:D

acptulsa
02-05-2008, 09:06 AM
A cloudy, drizzly, cold wet depressing day in Oklahoma today, not fit for man nor beast, enough to keep anyone in the house hiding from the world. The last two days were so summerlike many cranked up their air conditioners, and people got out all over and enjoyed the fresh air, but not today. Today is a day to fight depression with a mug of cocoa and a fire in the fireplace.

HALLELUJAH! Let 'em stay home! I don't blame them--none of 'em have a candidate worth getting wet for! VALLEY FORGE WEATHER BE DAMNED--THIS IS OUR NATION WE'RE DEFENDING! HIT THE POLLS!

freelance
02-05-2008, 09:10 AM
Bump because flames speaks the truth succinctly and eloquently. Thanks flames!

PlzPeopleWakeUp
02-05-2008, 09:12 AM
nt

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 09:14 AM
A cloudy, drizzly, cold wet depressing day in Oklahoma today, not fit for man nor beast, enough to keep anyone in the house hiding from the world. The last two days were so summerlike many cranked up their air conditioners, and people got out all over and enjoyed the fresh air, but not today. Today is a day to fight depression with a mug of cocoa and a fire in the fireplace.

HALLELUJAH! Let 'em stay home! I don't blame them--none of 'em have a candidate worth getting wet for! VALLEY FORGE WEATHER BE DAMNED--THIS IS OUR NATION WE'RE DEFENDING! HIT THE POLLS!



LOL! I love the buildup of that post. Right on.:p

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 09:16 AM
Bump because flames speaks the truth succinctly and eloquently. Thanks flames!

YW=) I'm just waiting to get the kiddies off to school so I can head to the polls. Gaaaaah, I'm sooo excited! My son is having a mock election at his school today. He's all Ron Paul'd out. RP shirt and choose liberty bracelet....his mohawk: we colored it red, white, & blue. lol. seriously.

rprprs
02-05-2008, 09:18 AM
Flames, I knew I liked you from the very first post of yours I read. We truly need the enthusiasm you exhibit. Keep on keepin' on.:)

ConstitutionGal
02-05-2008, 09:20 AM
Thanks for the encouragement!! Remember: When the going gets tough, the tough get going!!

..now it's off to the local precinct to let my husband come back home and grab a bite to eat (he's been there since before daylight this morning and now it's my turn to go get Dr. Paul some more votes!)

gjdavis60
02-05-2008, 09:22 AM
The movement is alive and well. It will continue beyond the presidential election. We are already seeing the fruits of our labor translate into raised awareness, a huge swelling of our ranks, and like-minded people getting involved in the political process. Getting involved is what it's all about. If we care enough to get off our couches, then we cannot be stopped because activism is the litmus test of political success. All we need is time.

Change will take time: time to undo the decades of indoctrination we have received, time to change our minds about the role of government in our lives, time to rediscover our own capabilities and the joy of freedom and personal responsibility, time to rediscover the profound wisdom and insight instilled by the founders in our constitution.

There are no words to express my respect and gratitude to Dr. Paul for making this movement a reality. His commitment and passion will be remembered forever as the spark that re-ignited a nation's passion for liberty.

liberteebell
02-05-2008, 09:23 AM
Wow...just wow! Some of the threads I have been reading on this forum are so negative. Are some of you giving up? :rolleyes: Did you think this revolution was going to be easy and bring about swift change? If you thought so, you were sadly mistaken. The change we are wanting is going to be a long hard road to travel...but it's damn worth it. So, you're either 100% with Dr. Paul or you're not. If not, stop trying to bring everyone else down with your negativity and let the rest of us do the work we need to. I'll follow Dr. Paul to hell and back. I'm in this for the long haul...ARE YOU?

Watch this vid if you haven't already, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, stop your whining and get out there and canvass your asses off. Sign wave until your arms fall off. Donate as much as your budget will allow at ronapul2008.com. This is not close to being over!

Ron Paul: A Game of Inches (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQNIS3WfLUo):D


Sing it from the mountaintops!! Ron Paul for the Long Haul!!

liberteebell
02-05-2008, 09:25 AM
bump for passionate and hot female RP supporters.

I resemble that remark :cool:



(ok, so maybe I did a few years ago...:p)

LEK
02-05-2008, 09:27 AM
If any of you watched "Luther" - remember what Martin said to his mentor:

That day when you sent me out so boldly to change the world, did you really think there wouldn't be a cost?

Mordan
02-05-2008, 09:29 AM
bump. great video

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 09:52 AM
bump. trying to catch you guys before you out this morning. lol.

LEK
02-05-2008, 09:59 AM
YW=) I'm just waiting to get the kiddies off to school so I can head to the polls. Gaaaaah, I'm sooo excited! My son is having a mock election at his school today. He's all Ron Paul'd out. RP shirt and choose liberty bracelet....his mohawk: we colored it red, white, & blue. lol. seriously.

Picture of mohawk!

CanadiansforRP
02-05-2008, 09:59 AM
http://www.newsli.com/2008/02/05/ron-paul-finishes-second-in-maine-caucus/

Finally someone talking about how Ron Paul came in 2nd in Maine but not before Super Tuesday and still not the MSM.

Keep up the faith and keep the revolution alive!!! Don't let it die but continue onward even though the battle will be extremely tough it must go on.

In the Bible Gideon had 3,000 men to take on 100,000 yet God said that was too many and weeded them out to only 300. With 300 men Gideon and God got a huge army to flee.

All it takes is a few people to take a stand and victory will come.

During the American revolution against the British it took a small group of people to stand up and fight for freedom and liberty.

Stand strong and keep the Ron Paul Revolution alive!!!

disciple
02-05-2008, 10:12 AM
http://www.newsli.com/2008/02/05/ron-paul-finishes-second-in-maine-caucus/

Finally someone talking about how Ron Paul came in 2nd in Maine but not before Super Tuesday and still not the MSM.

Keep up the faith and keep the revolution alive!!! Don't let it die but continue onward even though the battle will be extremely tough it must go on.

In the Bible Gideon had 3,000 men to take on 100,000 yet God said that was too many and weeded them out to only 300. With 300 men Gideon and God got a huge army to flee.

All it takes is a few people to take a stand and victory will come.

During the American revolution against the British it took a small group of people to stand up and fight for freedom and liberty.

Stand strong and keep the Ron Paul Revolution alive!!!

Right on.

DealzOnWheelz
02-05-2008, 10:12 AM
don't sign wave


CANVASS and become a precinct leader

it gets us second in alot of precincts

acptulsa
02-05-2008, 10:33 AM
I blog on slate.com quite a bit. Today they said my post comparing the Super Bowl and the race was the best of the lot:

The media said the Giants couldn't win. Could they be just as wrong about Ron Paul?

They were probably laughing--but I really don't think everyone is. In any case, there's a little free publicity!

Is it raining as hard in Kansas as here in Ok.? If so, be extra sure to get everyone out! Nothing like a little inconvenience to seperate the PATRIOTS from the SHEEP!

acptulsa
02-05-2008, 10:37 AM
Not much rain in Kansas, but it sure is pounding Missouri--particularly the knee-jerk southwest corner of the state. Hey, Missouri freedom lovers! The weather will keep them home! GO WIN ONE FOR LIBERTY AND TRUTH!

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 10:38 AM
Picture of mohawk!

http://a91.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/58/l_462b911be88c5670f1b965aa47b665aa.jpg

I'm not big on posting pics of my boy anywhere online...but here's one with just the mohawk. It is red, white, & blue...you can't see the white in the pic, though. :)

LBT
02-05-2008, 10:41 AM
I'll follow Dr. Paul to hell and back. I'm in this for the long haul...ARE YOU?

Got my boots on and walking!:D

acptulsa
02-05-2008, 11:01 AM
Hey, you people in post-Super Tuesday states. You delegates yet? We've got to fight on all levels! No matter what happens at the polls today, we've got to keep up the fighting smarter end, along with the fighting harder end!

mysticgeek
02-05-2008, 11:05 AM
Freedom!

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 11:12 AM
I Have not yet begun to fight!!
-Captain John Paul Jones

http://bp1.blogger.com/_Esz2h6sKmUU/R6PsZ6oB6dI/AAAAAAAAAf0/Z1673pSlTuE/s400/JPJones.jpg

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 11:14 AM
Today, the most recognizable name of a naval officer of the American Revolutionary War is that of John Paul Jones. Historic sites associated with his story attract tourists from around the world. Jones was born John Paul on July 6, 1747, in Kirkcudbright, Scotland. At 12 he entered the British merchant marine and went to sea for the first time as a cabin boy.

Jones became first mate on a slaver brigantine in 1766 but soon left that trade in disgust. He was appointed master in 1769. As master of a merchant vessel, he killed the leader of his mutinous crew in self-defense at Tobago in the West Indies in 1773.To avoid trial, Jones fled to Virginia and was considered a fugitive by the British. He concealed his identity by adding the surname Jones.

At the outbreak of the American Revolution in 1775, Jones went to Philadelphia and entered the Continental Navy. In December he was commissioned a lieutenant on the first American flagship, Alfred. Jones was quickly promoted to captain in 1776 and given command of the sloop Providence. While on his first cruise aboard the Providence, he destroyed British fisheries in Nova Scotia and captured sixteen prize British ships.

In command of Ranger in 1777 and 1778, he operated in British home waters and made audacious raids on England’s shore.In recognition of his exploits, he was placed in command of five French and American vessels. Aboard his flagship, the Bonhomme Richard, Jones led his small squadron in the capture of seven merchantmen off of the Scottish coast. On September 23, 1779, Jones fought one of the bloodiest engagements in naval history. Jones struggled with the 44-gun Royal Navy frigate Serapis, and although his own vessel was burning and sinking, Jones would not accept the British demand for surrender, replying, “I have not yet begun to fight.” More than three hours later, Serapis surrendered and Jones took command.

According to some historians, Jones remained appealing as much for his actions as for his personality. British chapbooks, an early form of dime novels, pictured him as a ruthless marauding pirate akin to Blackbeard. His attacks on British ships were often sudden and sometimes bloody. The vision of a swarthy scalawag persisted even to the writings of Rudyard Kipling a century later.

In person, however, Jones was another man. Thomas Jefferson and others referred to him as ‘little Jones’ and he may have been 5’5”. Unlike other merchant seamen, he was well dressed, carried a sword, and conducted himself with practiced decorum.. Add to that a Scottish brogue, and light Celtic features. He was never an easy man to get along with, intense about his honor and his duties, a harsh military master. But he was surprisingly sociable. He was a prolific poem and letter writer, spoke some French, and, though he never married, was involved in many romances. Above all, no one questioned his daring. In Britain, his naval actions against the mother country certainly led to his presentation as a pirate.

In 1788, Russian Empress Catherine the Great appointed Jones rear admiral in the Russian Navy, in which he saw action in the Liman campaign in the Black Sea. He left the Russian service in 1789 and moved to Paris. He was appointed U.S. Consul to Algiers but died before the commission arrived. His body was buried in Paris, but in 1905, after a lengthy search, his remarkably preserved corpse was discovered and removed from a gravesite in Paris and transported to the United States. Through the intervention of President Theodore Roosevelt, Jones’ remains were re-interred in an ornate tomb at the Naval Academy Chapel at Annapolis, Maryland in 1913 when the tomb was completed

torchbearer
02-05-2008, 11:22 AM
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jrich4rpaul
02-05-2008, 11:33 AM
Ron Paul: A Game of Inches (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQNIS3WfLUo):D

I was going to make a video like that.. damn it!

Good one though

LBT
02-05-2008, 12:07 PM
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flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 12:19 PM
Headed out to the polls. Can you guys help me to keep this and other postive threads bumped over the negative troll posts? thanks=)

voytechs
02-05-2008, 12:23 PM
This is a little pick me up I sent to my meetup today:


No matter what happens on super Tuesday, the campaign goes on and Dr. Paul will need us to compete nationally. Remember we are trying to awaken the masses that are asleep. Even if we win New York state or just our county, we will not get any mention of it by the mainstream media. They have been doing exactly this in every single state so far. They use outdated polls, previous quarter's fund raising numbers or just simply lie, anything to make Dr. Paul look bad.

We're only half way through this nation race with a lot more to go. The media is purposely belittling our chances of wining. What they are not telling you is how complex and fluid delegate based elections are. Any of the existing candidates dropping or a brokered convention will go hugely in our favor. We also have a lot more delegates than they give us credit for. This is a long and complex discussion in itself, but don't be discouraged by anything. If we continue to fight we will win!

LBT
02-05-2008, 12:25 PM
Headed out to the polls. Can you guys help me to keep this and other postive threads bumped over the negative troll posts? thanks=)
Mei wenti = No problem, in case you don't speak Chinese:p

The Revolution is rising, but has just begun!

ronpvoter
02-05-2008, 12:38 PM
bump. Go vote if you can!

acptulsa
02-05-2008, 01:06 PM
Still raining in Oklahoma, keeping those who are nursing lukewarm support for a piss poor candidate indoors. Good news!

acptulsa
02-05-2008, 02:23 PM
We need a new publicity stunt. The blimp did its job, but won't get any more headlines. Check out the thread that mulls over ideas for one in Boston and see what you think.

flames2dust77
02-05-2008, 04:48 PM
I did it! Voted for Dr. Paul and it feels great=) Also got out and did a little sign waving and slim jim tossing. woot!

B-Bump!