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goldenequity
11-28-2007, 09:34 AM
Here's a couple of things that might help in Iowa and elsewhere:

Ending the IRS: Huckabee vs. Ron Paul
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS3BxggBTa8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS3BxggBTa8)

Chuck Baldwin just emailed out his latest bulletin concerning
his reasons, reluctance and warning to Christians embracing Mike Huckabee
found here:
http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2007/cbarchive_20071127.html (http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2007/cbarchive_20071127.html)


FLYER
I condensed and edited his email into a tri-fold for Christian supporters to email out or print and hand out.

http://ronpaulaudio.com/flyers/huckabeecolor.pdf (http://ronpaulaudio.com/flyers/huckabeecolor.pdf)

http://ronpaulaudio.com/flyers/HuckabeeTriColor.png



Vote Mike Huckabee, a former Pastor!

That's about all most Christians know.

They NEED to have a REASON to reject Mike Huckabee and move on to Ron Paul.
They are not hearing it from the pulpit. They're not hearing it from the media.
How are they going to hear it?

There is no such thing as "The Evangelical Endorsement" in the 2008 election.
The "Christian" vote is up for grabs..... and it is a HUGE Republican voting block.

I know, I know...... I don't like "negative" campaigning either...... but how about if we file this flyer under "critical thinking"??? :rolleyes:
This is pretty factual, persuasive stuff (imo).

goldenequity
11-28-2007, 10:29 AM
Found this on WorldNetDaily.... :D


Once in a land not so far, far away,
The name of the place was the U.S. of A.,
The people began asking for a very bad thing,
Instead of just laws they wanted a king.

Many came forward to claim the crown,
But one after one, the people turned them down,
Each cared more about power than right,
Then a someone appeared in the form of a knight.

He wasn't a knight though, it was Friar Huck,
And all the good people said, "At last! Someone who doesn't suck!"
He had many good motives, all seemed to agree,
That they would live happily under his decree.

A lady named Janet and a fighter named Chuck,
Took up the cause of Friar Huck,
Telling the people that he would be good,
At making sure everyone did what they should.

But then came a man who had two first names,
When he heard what they said he bowed his head in shame,
He said, "That all sounds good, but here's the thing,
In this country only Jesus is king."

Janet and Chuck objected of course,
"It's President Huck!" they cried until hoarse,
But Ron Paul refuted them, "It's not what you call him that matters,
The question is would he leave the Constitution in tatters?

"What you are trying to accomplish I'll admit is most keen,
But the end must never come to justify the mean,
Address the matter according to the Constitution,
That is the only way to bring about a lasting solution."

The people heard his words and knew it was true,
They gave him their money to save the red, white and blue.
The town criers continued to promote the friar,
But it was Paul who would save us from danger most dire.

For those not aware of it, that danger is being,
Electing as president men who would be king.
Who send all our armies, foreign dragons to slay
And put us in debt for posterity to pay.

Kevin Kappen

Dorfsmith
11-28-2007, 10:52 AM
Just sent that article to my Huckabee supporting Grandparents and Uncle. Thanks :cool:

purepaloma
11-28-2007, 11:06 AM
Just saved that PDF on my computer and sent it attached in an email to TONS of people.

This needs to start hitting email inboxes.

malibu
11-28-2007, 11:24 AM
Thanks.

The sanctity of life catholics of eastern Iowa need to recognize that the candidate the most staunchly pro-life could be the candidate who delivered babies.

Also, the strong, unequivocal support of the death penalty is something catholics don't exactly embrace about Romney or the others republicans. Southern baptist evangelicals seem a bit hypocritical about the death penalty.

goldenequity
11-28-2007, 11:36 AM
Unwashing Brains and opening eyes to combat Apathy and Depression.....
never had so much fun giving something away......
anybody hear the Tucker/NPR piece......

they are completely FLABERGASTED at
us...... wait'll they see the BLIMP!!!!

This is TOOOOOOOOO much fun. :)

runderwo
11-28-2007, 03:24 PM
can someone do the same thing with the Chuck Baldwin endorsement?

goldenequity
11-28-2007, 05:22 PM
can someone do the same thing with the Chuck Baldwin endorsement?

What's the link?

lucius
11-28-2007, 05:33 PM
Here's a couple of things that might help in Iowa and elsewhere:

Ending the IRS: Huckabee vs. Ron Paul
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS3BxggBTa8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS3BxggBTa8)

Chuck Baldwin just emailed out his latest bulletin concerning
his reasons, reluctance and warning to Christians embracing Mike Huckabee
found here:
http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2007/cbarchive_20071127.html (http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2007/cbarchive_20071127.html)


FLYER
I condensed and edited his email into a tri-fold for Christian supporters to email out or print and hand out.

http://ronpaulaudio.com/flyers/huckabeecolor.pdf (http://ronpaulaudio.com/flyers/huckabeecolor.pdf)

http://ronpaulaudio.com/flyers/HuckabeeTriColor.png



Vote Mike Huckabee, a former Pastor!

That's about all most Christians know.

They NEED to have a REASON to reject Mike Huckabee and move on to Ron Paul.
They are not hearing it from the pulpit. They're not hearing it from the media.
How are they going to hear it?

There is no such thing as "The Evangelical Endorsement" in the 2008 election.
The "Christian" vote is up for grabs..... and it is a HUGE Republican voting block.

I know, I know...... I don't like "negative" campaigning either...... but how about if we file this flyer under "critical thinking"??? :rolleyes:
This is pretty factual, persuasive stuff (imo).

Well done! :D

Mark
11-28-2007, 05:46 PM
Thanks.

The sanctity of life catholics of eastern Iowa need to recognize that the candidate the most staunchly pro-life could be the candidate who delivered babies.

Also, the strong, unequivocal support of the death penalty is something catholics don't exactly embrace about Romney or the others republicans. Southern baptist evangelicals seem a bit hypocritical about the death penalty.


Here's a good blog for Catholics:

http://catholicsforronpaul.blogspot.com/



And about "Primacy of Life":

Ron Paul & The Primacy of Life (http://catholicsforronpaul.blogspot.com/2007/11/ron-paul-primacy-of-life.html)

http://catholicsforronpaul.blogspot.com/2007/11/ron-paul-primacy-of-life.html