The most important part of the campaign is coming up in just a few weeks. It's the last three to four weeks before the vote is taken. Here is a little secret about campaigning, which isn't really a secret.
A very large number of voters, often a plurality, do not truly decide their vote until the final days or week of the campaign.
Although this is fairly well known, it is rarely properly seized upon by political campaigns, which all too often flame out months before
Ron Paul has gained so much respect in large part because he is a man of character.
If Ron Paul were just some guy, who had done some bad things or had a sordid past, who cussed and made angry remarks about his fellow candidates, who had questioned others on a personal level, he would not be nearly as effective a leader for the liberty movement... maybe he wouldn't be at all.
Ron Paul is who he is because he is a good man of strong convictions. Ron Paul runs into battle,
The short answer is, Yes. However short answers rarely suffice, so I have done the research to bolster Dr. Paul's point that we subsidize German socialism through our military expenditures. Feel free to use this information to support the idea that Ron Paul has incredible depth of insight into our foreign policy, even on such a minute level as EU troop deployment and its economic effects.
US Spending on Bases in Germany Versus German Military Spending
This is a breakdown of Iowa voter participation in the Ames Straw Poll, and what the grassroots and the campaign needs to achieve in order to actually pull of a good finish at the straw poll. I have put it together as a guide so that we can have an idea of what we need to achieve; perhaps it can serve as a reference for some activities in Iowa.
I will update this thread as new ideas and information come forward.
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