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Blankstare
10-20-2011, 12:59 PM
ROMNEY = 66% of contributors gave $2500 max contribution
PERRY = 80% of contributors gave $2500 max contribution
PAUL = 12% of contributors gave $2500 max contribution

ROMNEY = 17% of contributors gave < $1000
PERRY = 9% of contributors gave < $1000
PAUL = 73% of contributors gave < $1000

Ron Paul has 100,000 donors and only 12% of them were maxed out as of Q3. That is 5 times more donors than Perry's 20,000(16,000 of which are maxed out. He has a 4000 donor base left for the primary and 90% of them have less than 1000 left they can give!)

Romney has 34% of his donor base left, and of them, LESS THAN 20% can give more than $1000 before hitting the max contribution!

Get the picture? We have a record number of primary donors for Ron Paul. Of them, 88% aren't maxed out. Of them, 73% have a MINIMUM of 1500 dollars more that they can donate.

Ron Paul took 2nd in Iowa to Bachmann, who is all but out of the race now. Cain hasn't even set up an office in Iowa. Romney is a Mormon in the Evangelical Bible belt. Rick Perry is broke with no donor base.

Ron Paul is polling 3rd in New Hampshire, sometimes 2nd, to Mitt Romney... but that is a poll of REPUBLICAN voters. New Hampshire is an OPEN PRIMARY STATE, meaning Democrats can vote for Ron Paul in the primary there.(I think, right?) You are not bound to vote for any party in New Hampshire, no matter how you are registered. Ron Paul has the donors, ground operations, awesome ads, GREAT grass roots support, and most importantly, the truth is on his side.

RON PAUL COULD BE THE NOMINEE IN VERY SHORT ORDER!

Keep spreading that message... Ron Paul has the base, we need to build on that, but make sure you demoralize the opposition every step of the way!

RonPaulCult
10-20-2011, 01:45 PM
Excellent job compiling these numbers. It seems clear that those with deep pockets are trying to buy the election.

RonPaulCult
10-20-2011, 01:50 PM
As you can see, Wall Street is once again trying to buy an election, and they very clearly want Mitt Romney to win the Republican nomination....

Goldman Sachs

Mitt Romney: $352,200
Barack Obama: $49,124
Tim Pawlenty: $25,000
Jon Huntsman: $6,750
Rick Perry: $5,500
Ron Paul: $2,500

Morgan Stanley

Mitt Romney: $184,800
Tim Pawlenty: $41,715
Barack Obama: $28,225
Rick Perry: $20,750
Jon Huntsman: $9,750
Newt Gingrich: $1,000
Ron Paul: $1,000
Herman Cain: $500

Bank of America

Mitt Romney: $112,500
Barack Obama: $46,699
Tim Pawlenty: $12,750
Jon Huntsman: $4,250
Ron Paul: $3,451
Rick Perry: $2,600
Thad McCotter: $2,000
Herman Cain: $750
Michele Bachmann: $500
Newt Gingrich: $250

JPMorgan Chase

Mitt Romney: $107,250
Barack Obama: $38,039
Rick Perry: $27,050
Tim Pawlenty: $16,750
Jon Huntsman: $7,500
Ron Paul: $5,451

Citigroup

Mitt Romney: $56,550
Barack Obama: $36,887
Tim Pawlenty: $5,300
Rick Perry: $3,000
Herman Cain: $1,465
Michele Bachmann: $1,000
Ron Paul: $702

As you can see, no other Republican candidate even comes close to Romney at any of these big Wall Street banks.

In fact, of the candidates that are left in the Republican race, Mitt Romney has raised 13 times as much Wall Street money as anyone else has.

The following are the overall donation numbers from employees of the big Wall Street banks and their wives....

Mitt Romney: $813,300
Barack Obama: $198,874
Tim Pawlenty: $101,515
Rick Perry: $58,900
Jon Huntsman: $28,250
Ron Paul: $13,104
Herman Cain: $2,715
Michelle Bachmann: $1,500
Newt Gingrich: $1,250

http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/the-big-wall-street-banks-are-already-trying-to-buy-the-2012-election?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-big-wall-street-banks-are-already-trying-to-buy-the-2012-election

jason.weir
10-20-2011, 01:51 PM
New Hampshire is an OPEN PRIMARY STATE, meaning Democrats can vote for Ron Paul in the primary there.(I think, right?) You are not bound to vote for any party in New Hampshire, no matter how you are registered.

Not true - unless you changed your party affiliation to Republican or Undeclared by 10/14 you cannot vote in the Republican primary... Too late for people to change now...

-J