Ron Paul, picks up delegates , Denver Post =Stunning upset

Got this last night from the Paul campaign… I am not asking you to donate (it would be nice…for liberty and freedom…think about if you do NOT donate ….what

The taxes and slavery will ensure if OBAMA gets re-elected). PLEASE READ WHAT HE STATES JUST HAPPENED…and oh by the way, did you know he announced

He CHANGED his stance on ISRAEL!!!! Delegates from MN and CO!

REMINDER…there is ONLY ONE CANDIDATE FOR FREEDOM AND LIBERTY!!! THE ONLY CANDIDATE THAT DOES
WHAT HE SAYS!!! RON PAUL!!

READ UP… DO NOT THROW IN THE TOWEL YET!!! I AM HANGING ON LIKE A CAT ON A TREE…CLAWS ARE OUT!!!

 

Have you heard the news yet?

Yesterday, Minnesota held three district conventions.

Our campaign swept all three – winning nine delegates to the Republican National Convention in Tampa!

And in Colorado, I picked up 12 delegates and 13 alternate delegates, as my campaign pushed a “unity slate” with Rick Santorum’s supporters that ended up with 20 total delegates – while Mitt Romney only walked away with 16 delegates!

The Denver Post even called it a “stunning upset.”

With Rick Santorum having suspended his campaign, I’m sure we can persuade more of those delegates over to our side.

I’m also proud that two of my Colorado supporters will serve on the Rules Committee at the National Convention.

This simply confirms what I’ve been saying all along – this race will be won convention by convention, one delegate at a time.

And while my opponents were focused on winning straw polls, my campaign was laying the foundation for the successes we’re experiencing now.

That’s why your support for our Taxpayer Freedom Money Bomb is so important.

If you haven’t yet given, I hope you’ll contribute whatever you can right away.

And if you’ve already donated, please consider chipping in again.

In fact, since Taxpayer Freedom Day – the day when average Americans have finally worked enough to pay their federal, state, and local taxes – is this Tuesday, I’ve decided to extend the deadline for our Money Bomb through this Tuesday at midnight.

I’m the only candidate in this race who believes Taxpayer Freedom Day should be January 1, and you have my word I will do everything in my power as President to abolish the IRS and make sure Americans can finally keep their hard-earned money.

My campaign’s success this weekend demonstrates the American people don’t have to settle for a race between President Obama and Mitt Romney over who gets to continue the status quo.

Voters have a clear choice, but with the media doing everything it can to declare this race over, I can’t get the word out about my campaign and keep on racking up delegates without your continued support.

There are more conventions coming up in Minnesota and several other states where we can win – if we have the necessary resources.

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Whether it’s $500, $50, or $5, every dollar will help me march on to Tampa this August!

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S. This weekend, my campaign swept all three conventions in Minnesota and won a substantial amount of delegates in Colorado, demonstrating the success of our delegate strategy and proving that we will be a force to be reckoned with at the National Convention.

But to keep fighting for every delegate spot and getting the word about my campaign out to the voters, I need your help.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ron Paul Shocks Campaign Staff With New Position On Israel

Grace Wyler|April 13, 2012|

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(AP)

Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul revealed this week that he would support moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, a surprising position that contradicts conventional wisdom about Paul’s stance toward the Jewish state.

Paul first made this position known Wednesday night, during a private meeting with evangelical leaders interested in helping the Texas Congressman reach out to the conservative Christian community.

According to a transcript of the meeting obtained by Business Insider, the leaders started off the meeting by asking Paul whether he would sign an Executive Order to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a major policy objective for Israeli hardliners and many leaders in the Christian Right.

“The real issue here is not what America wants, but what does Israel want,” Paul told evangelical leaders, according to a transcript of the meeting obtained by Business Insider. “If Israel wants their capital to be Jerusalem, then the United States should honor that.”

“How would we like it if some other nation said ‘We decided to recognize New York City as your capital instead, so we will build our embassy there?’” he added.

Even Paul’s senior campaign aides were surprised by his response.

“We were floored,” senior advisor Doug Wead told Business Insider. “It sounds like pure Ron Paul, but it still caught us off guard…If someone would have asked him that in a national debate, I suppose it would have popped right out, but nobody did!”

Wead added that Paul’s position “makes sense after the fact,” noting that the candidate has frequently emphasized Israel’s sovereignty.

Still, Paul’s stance will likely come as a surprise to GOP leaders, most of whom view Paul’s non-interventionist foreign policy ideas — and particularly his stance towards Israel — as his greatest weakness. The septuagenarian Congressman has largely been snubbed by the right-wing Jewish community, and was even excluded from a December presidential candidates’ forum hosted by the Republican Jewish Coalition because of his “misguided and extreme” foreign policy views.

“I appreciate what he said about Israel — as a matter of fact, I was pleasantly surprised,” Brian Jacobs, a Texas pastor who attended Wednesday’s meeting, told Business Insider. “It helped answer a lot of questions that I had.”

Ironically, Paul and Newt Gingrich are now the only presidential candidates who have said that they are in favor of recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moving the U.S. Embassy there. President Barack Obama has postponed moving the Embassy. Romney “would like to see the U.S. Embassy eventually moved to Jerusalem,” campaign spokesman Andrea Saul said in a statement emailed to Business Insider.

While Paul’s position is unlikely to change the near-certain outcome of the Republican primary, it could help Paul gain support among evangelical leaders, many of whom have been hesitant to support Romney. Jacobs, who has worked as a consultant for televangelist Billy Graham, told Business Insider that several evangelical leaders have started to express interest in talking to Paul in the wake of Rick Santorum’s departure from the race.
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