View Full Version : No Gilchrest!!!! Vote for Joe Armino
02-11-2008, 12:35 PM
I spoke with Mr. Bailey on the telephone when I first read that Paul had endorsed Gilchrest. He had told me, a few hours earlier, to vote for Joe Armino. I received this Email as a follow up. Vote for Joe Armino.
It appears that the origin of this rumor was a Harris supporters blog. I think it is a hoax. No one I talk to seems to know anything about it.
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02-11-2008, 12:45 PM
Please bump this thread.
02-11-2008, 12:49 PM
Ron Paul is counting on your vote tomorrow, February 12. Please pass this information on to like-minded friends and family in Maryland!!!
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02-11-2008, 12:53 PM
02-11-2008, 12:55 PM
I understand and agree with those who don't support Gilchrest. But I wouldn't recommend Arminio either. From his website:
IMPLEMENT THE ARMINIO ALTERNATIVE TO THE WAR IN IRAQ
Restore a foreign policy of benevolence, above all, through the revival of the value of the US dollar. Do not force countries to buy and sell in dollars, make it worthwhile for them to buy and sell in dollars, as it used to be!
Craft alliances of the willing, not the coerced.
Cease and desist from imposing democracy in Iraq or anywhere else, for that matter.
Divide Iraq into three parts, that is, Kurds in the north, Sunni in the center and Shiite in the south.
Encourage the tripartite Iraq to uphold a federal model.
Provide ongoing economic assistance for Sunni Iraq and the Kurds.
Offer economic assistance to Shiite Iraq if they leave the Sunnis alone.
Settle upon a division of forces to upkeep the balance of power in the Persian Gulf.
After the tripartite Iraq had been set up, all American forces would be withdrawn from inside Iraq, except for a small contingent that would remain among the allied Kurds.
American air, sea and amphibious power would be available to interdict, if need be, Iran and Shiite Iraqi oil shipments.
American might would shield Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the other small Arabian states from attack, at all costs.
Sunni Muslims—those in central Iraq and hopefully from Egypt and Saudi Arabia—would hold the line in central Iraq. If we restore the value of the dollar, the Egyptians and Saudis would be much more willing to send ground power out of their respective countries.
Expedite the laying of the Trans-Arabia Oil Pipeline. This new network of pipes will disperse 40% of oil shipments from the Persian Gulf via land to the Mediterranean, Red Sea and Arabian Sea. It will, in other words, reduce the need to ship oil via the Straits of Hormuz chokepoint.
Rehabilitate and where necessary expand American military power. An adequate defense budget—excluding ongoing war operations--amounts to about 4% of Gross Domestic Product. The defense budget draws about 4.2% of GDP today but a sizeable fraction of that amount (0.7% of GDP) is being squandered on the war in Iraq, and another fraction (0.3% of GDP) is being spent in Afghanistan.
Expedite the development and deployment of wide-area ballistic missile and cruise missile defenses for the army and navy.
Increase the defense budget by about 0.8% of GDP at once. Anticipate in short order the retirement of war expenditures (in Iraq) of about 0.7% of GDP.
In view of the emergency austerity measures that need to be taken to rescue the American economy (see below), trade off any defense budget increases with federal domestic budget decreases. Do not pay for the defense budget boost with increased taxes or borrowing!
Sounds like more nation building and big government to me.
02-11-2008, 01:15 PM
02-11-2008, 01:54 PM
According to Mr. Bailey, Joe Armino has been a strong supporter of Ron Paul.
02-11-2008, 02:20 PM
I agree Joe Armino has been a very strong Ron Paul supporter. He does dis-agree with him on some issues however.
I just got off the phone with "Andrew" at headquarters. He confirmed Ron Paul did endorse Wayne Gilchrest.
This is the press release I received per my request from the Gilchrest campaign on Saturday.
February 7, 2008 Contact: Lynn Caligiuri
For Immediate Release 410-778-1573
RON PAUL ENDORSES GILCHREST
WASHINGTON, DC -- U.S. Rep. Wayne Gilchrest gained the endorsement of Conservative Congressman and Presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul today.
“I have worked with Wayne Gilchrest in the US House for several years and I have witnessed first hand his thoughtful approach to the issues, his commitment to public service and most importantly his respect for our Constitution. I believe he is the best choice in this race for Congress and he has my enthusiastic support,” said Dr. Paul in a statement today.
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