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nate895
04-15-2008, 03:44 PM
Post your ideas here, and PM if you want to help with the project.

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=133013

CrystalBroyles
04-15-2008, 11:54 PM
Why put something together that is anti-McCain? Why not put something together that tells
people they don't HAVE to vote for him? Why not let the American people know Ron Paul is
STILL in the race? Why not sway delegates?

CrystalBroyles
04-15-2008, 11:55 PM
Hello--

I am contacting you because we are working
on raising funds to print papers for the states
which are yet to vote. In NC we have a strong
chance of a RP victory. The delegates of NC
have to declare before the primary who they
are voting for and the stance of the delegates
is that they will be voting for Ron Paul. If the
state primary can also go to Dr. Paul, then it
would send shock waves across our Nation.

We want to get as many papers out in NC
as funds will allow.

Another project we would like to work on, is
general nation-wide distribution of the paper.
If the funding will not come together for that,
then we will only send papers to GOP delegates.
Just as the American people need to know
we still have a choice, delegates need to
know they can vote for someone other than
McCain and that someone is indeed Ron Paul.

To do this, however, we need platform exposure.
And the easiest way/most efficient way of sharing
it truly is through the Ron Paul Newspaper. His
entire platform is attractively laid out in newspaper
format, in one single location, no clicking, no
searching; it's all right there. People love it.

I am emailing you, to ask you for your support.
Printing newspapers is cheap, so your money
will go a long way.

Here are some printing prices:
5,000 - $600.00
12,000 - $900.00
25,000 - $1,850.00
50,000 - $2,750.00
100,000 - $4,600.00

Would you please sponsor some newspaper
production? As you can see, your dollar truly
will go a long way.

If you cannot donate the numbers you see
above, what can you contribute? If we all pull
together, we are strong and can make a huge
impact.

Please go to: www.RonPaulNewspaper.com

And if you would like to make a contribution
you can do so via PayPal by sending funds
to Crystal.Broyles@gmail.com or by sending
a check to:

Crystal Broyles
Attention: Ron Paul Newspaper
608 Sue Ct.
Antioch, TN 37013

Please do what you can so we can continue
to spread the message of Liberty, Freedom
and Prosperity.

Thank you for your time.

Mahkato
04-16-2008, 12:30 AM
Top 10 reasons to not vote for McCain (http://buchanan.org/blog/?p=949&print=1)

nate895
04-16-2008, 07:51 AM
Why put something together that is anti-McCain? Why not put something together that tells
people they don't HAVE to vote for him? Why not let the American people know Ron Paul is
STILL in the race? Why not sway delegates?

That's what I am talking about, a pamphlet for delegates.

I'll link to the original thread in here.

CrystalBroyles
04-17-2008, 12:44 AM
My newspaper is already put together. There is a letter that is being added to the front
page that tells delegates and the general public that Ron is still in the race.

Something like the 'top 10 reasons to not vote for McCain' could also be added.

We just need more funding!!

nate895
04-17-2008, 04:24 PM
My newspaper is already put together. There is a letter that is being added to the front
page that tells delegates and the general public that Ron is still in the race.

Something like the 'top 10 reasons to not vote for McCain' could also be added.

We just need more funding!!

I think a pro-Paul would be a good supplemental, but an anti-McCain pamphlet would be able to really put some "oomf" in it. Getting a pamphlet from fellow conservatives about how much you simply cannot accept McCain is a lot more powerful than an article.

nate895
04-18-2008, 06:25 PM
I might setup a PAC and ask for donations to hand out rewards for articles if I can't get this thing rolling here.

pinkmandy
04-23-2008, 11:54 PM
I'm running across all kinds of stuff so at the bottom I'll post random quotes. I'm assuming quotes are good? Start there and pick the ones we like then we can write our own blurb about the quotes we use? I think using his own words against him would be best- especially when you have one quote which directly contradicts another.

Juan McCrazy on Education (there's really not a lot out there on it- it's not something he discusses often):


I propose sending education funding directly to classrooms rather than having it siphoned off by federal and state bureaucracies. If this funding flows to classrooms that continue to fail, the state should have the authority to allow students to use that funding directly for programs that best meet their academic needs. Empowering parents and students through educational choice and competition is the surest path to academic excellence.

Associated Press Feb 23, 2000



"I'm for spending more," McCain said. "I'm sure you're for spending more money but that money has to be spent wisely since it happens to be your tax dollars."
Oct 26, 2007 Campaigning in Iowa


"I don't think we ought to discard the whole thing," McCain said. "I think we ought to fix those areas where there's problems and build on the success of the 'No Child Left Behind' itself."
Oct 26, 2007 Campaigning in Iowa




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Misc. (some not for the pamphlet, lol, but for us to enjoy ;) ):


I don't hold a grudge and I move forward and I admire this president and I want to help him and we have a very big agenda for this country and I want to assist him in carrying out that agenda.
Direct quote from Larry King Live, November 3, 2005


Only the most deluded of us could doubt the necessity of this war.



The core political values of our free society are so deeply embedded in our collective consciousness that only a few malcontents, lunatics generally, ever dare to threaten them.
John McCain



Thank God for our form of government. The media won't let there be any cover-up.
John McCain



"I'm going to be honest: I know a lot less about economics than I do about military and foreign policy issues. I still need to be educated."




"The issue of economics is not something I've understood as well as I should. I've got Greenspan's book."



"Our nation has both an obligation and self-interest in facing head-on the serious environmental, economic and national security threat posed by global warming."



"I would propose, once the borders are secure and the borders stay government-certified, then I would have [a] tamper-proof biometric-document system so that the only people that can work are those who have that."

Good link on his energy tax:
http://killbuckcreekpolitics.wordpress.com/2008/01/13/mccains-wrongheaded-energy-tax-hike/

Interesting site on immigration:
http://immigrationstance.diggersrealm.com/az/senator_john_mccains_record_on_immigration_reform_ and_illegal_aliens.html

Guns:
http://gunowners.org/pres08/mccain.htm


I'll add more soon. I need to go to bed now. :D