10.26.2007


Sabres rattling for World War III



10.22.2007


McLame becoming retarded ?





















The blitzkreig Nazi-esque U.S. Invasion of Iraq is leading to World War III according to sources.


USAF portal



https://www.my.af.mil/faf/FAF/fafHome.jsp#

10.20.2007


College Football

Michigan - Notre Dame

http://youtube.com/watch?v=BFy--JHgYIw

Check out the girl in the "RUDY SUCKS" t-shirt - what a sweetheart !

Iowa Conference Calls Playback



Playback of the Iowa Conference calls are available both by toll free number and by internet and downloadable mp3 to transfer to your home pc by, say, flash drive.
We will begin to get a complete list and links up for the convenience of blog viewers.


Thursday, October 18, 2007

October 18

http://www.globalconferencecall.com/rp.htm?m=ronpaul/35029.mp3

800-796-7709 ; EXT 35029 #


Sunday, October 7, 2007

October 7

http//www.globalconferencecall.com/rp.htm?m=ronpaul/35030.mp3

800-796-7709 ; EXT 35030 #


"The surge IS working"



The surge is definitely working - McLame's proclamation during a recent GOP debate is only affirmed by the IED threat now recognized within U.S. borders.

$10-12 billion per month times x years . . .

Ike had warned us all about you "true republican" neo-con empire builders.

















Ronstock II at UNI in early November


August in Ames was fun, but November 5 is a big fundraising day for the campaign followed by the GOP debate from the University of Northern Iowa and MSNBC coverage all day on November 6.

Several bands - and the best venue on University Avenue - are needed, as the party lasts longer than any individual groups' gigs !

10.18.2007


Brownback to drop out


Senator Brownback is expected to announce tomorrow that he will drop out of the GOP race after raising only $800,000 in the third quarter.

In comparison, Ron Paul raised more than Sen. Brownback in the final week of the third quarter alone with $1.2 million in contributions to total $5.08 million for the quarter.

Brownback is expected to seek the Kansas governor post in 2010.



"The other day, an 8-year-old boy handed me a small white envelope. It contained the $4.00 he had saved from his allowance, as a donation to our campaign. I can't tell you how seriously I take my responsibility to work hard, and spend frugally and effectively, to be worthy of his support, and yours.

Please help me keep working, even harder and more effectively, for all we believe in. Donate now https://www.ronpaul2008.com/donate/ .

We have more than an election to win -
We have a country to save."

Ron Paul


Romney woos Evangelicals.



















McLame well into single digits in Iowa -

















- and is behind Ron Paul in campaign contributions after the third quarter.









October 17, 2007

OK, all you great Paul Patriots: Let's Talk About the Campaign: where we're
going and your part in the great momentum that's building.

At 9pm sharp, call: 1-800-611-6439. At the prompt, dial in 2008#, and you'll
be connected to the conference call in progress. You all will be on mute
initially, except for staff here in Des Moines, and then we will open it up for
all to ask questions and dialogue.

Pass on the word . . . and let's make it happen this Thursday and [NOTE THIS]
EVERY THRUSDAY AT 9PM to and including caucus night 3Jan08.

Drew


9.20.2007















RP at my alma mater in southern California last week



He's in Detroit, Michigan tonight and in Chicago on Saturday.

8.16.2007


Romney, Thompson, Paul top GOP straw poll
Last Updated 8/16/2007 6:26:41 PM


Results from the Illinois Republican Party's straw poll at the Illinois State Fairgrounds gave top ratings to three candidates: Ex-Gov. Mitt Romney, Ex-Sen. Fred Thompson, and Texas Congressman Ron Paul, with Ex-mayor Rudy Giulani a distant fourth among Illinois voters.

Romney received 40.4 percent of the straw poll ballots to Thompson's 19.96 percent, Paul's 18.9 percent and Giulani's 11.6 percent.

Others receiving support were: John McCain 4.1 percent; Mike Huckabee, 3.0 percent, Sam Brownback 1.1 percent; Duncan Hunter 0.7 percent; and Tom Tancredo, 0.33 percent.

Organizers said 922 people took part in the poll. Participants did not need to be registered Republicans, but they did need to be Illinois residents.

Ron Paul leads Giuliani in Illinois GOP poll


Illinois Republican Presidential Straw Poll & GOP Day at the Illinois State Fair

Summary:

To vote in the straw poll, you must be an Illinois resident at least 18 years old or older by February 5, 2008 (Illinois Primary Election Day) and you must present a valid Illinois Driver's License or Government-Issued Photo ID card with your current Illinois address. This is required to validate eligibility and prevent double voting.

Straw Poll voting is free of charge.

Presidential campaigns participating in the Illinois Republican Presidential Straw Poll are not charged a fee for their participation.

One of two requirements dictates a presidential candidate’s participation in the Illinois Republican Presidential Straw Poll: 1.) Polling above 5% in national, independent polls; or 2.) Having participated in any of the previous nationally televised debates in 2007.

Straw poll voting will take place on The Director's Lawn on the Illinois State Fairgrounds from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM




Giuliani is ok with defacto annesty

Giuliani eyes citizenship path for illegals
By Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times, August 15,2007



















Rudolph Giuliani is going down the John McLame path of "defacto amnesty" saying yesterday he would grant a pathway to citizenship to illegal aliens already in the country.





8.13.2007


Romney's "message" in Ames !



"AT LEAST" 100.000 more troops - and flipper is proud of that policy talking point.

Apparently, the neo-con's military indistrial complex that President Eisenhower warned us all about in his farewell address in 1961 is alive and well in Iowa, while our flags have been at half-mast for another Iowa KIA in the battlefield of Iraq.

Romney has been passing out forms for the straw poll since April - ALL his Iowa expenses of around $3.5 million has been to buy a scant 4500 voters, several bussed in from nursing homes - around 800 bucks per straw poll vote.

8.07.2007

On the Road in Iowa
Dr. Paul's batteries were well charged from Sunday night's enthusiastic rally in Fairfield, giving him a much needed boost for a busy day. Traveling with his wife Carol and a team of four staffers, Dr. Paul was on the road at 7:00 am to Iowa City for an editorial board interview with the Iowa Press-Citizen. Dr. Paul then headed to Cedar Rapids for an interview with the Gazette, several local radio interviews, and lunch with supporters.

There wasn't much time for Dr. Paul's lunch to settle as the team immediately headed to town hall meetings in Wellsburg and Mason City. While the travel was tiring, the community gatherings were a great chance for Dr. Paul to introduce himself to Iowans who were less familiar with his message of freedom, peace and prosperity.

The last meeting ran late, lasting until 9:00 pm, and the Paul crew had another substantial drive to Fort Dodge to get a jump on the next day's activites. The two-car caravan traveled through an intense lightning storm which was beautiful but made for slow going. It was nearing midnight before Dr. Paul finally checked into his hotel after a 6:00 am wake-up call staring him in the face. Dr. Paul is working hard in the fight for liberty and needs all of our support.

8.03.2007



First, we confess this is a bit of over-analyzing - well maybe, but anywhoo . . .

On the national map the statewide Iowa numbers are small compared to New York, Michigan, well, nearly everywhere for all candidates - HOWEVER in Eastern Iowa (zip codes 52000 - 52999 ) campaign contributions through the 2nd quarter / June 30, 2007 of declared candidates BOTH Republican AND Democrat; Texas 10-term Congressman Ron Paul is 7th, and among only GOP candidates is in 4th ahead of ALL other "second tier" declared GOP candidates.

Of those declared Republicans competing in the Ames GOP Straw Poll on August 11, ONLY W. Mitt Romney has raised more money in Eastern Iowa than Congressman Paul.

Most surprising - Ron Paul has raised more in campaign contributions in Eastern Iowa than Hillary Clinton!

Duncan Hunter is dead last in Eastern Iowa - even Democrat senator Mike Gravel has raised more in Eastern Iowa than Hunter.

1. Romney
2. Obama
3. Edwards
4. McCain
5. Giuliani
6. Richardson
7. RON PAUL
8. Brownback
9. Hillary Clinton
10. Tommy Thompson
11. Dodd
12. Huckabee
13. Biden
14. Tancredo
15. Kicinich
16. Gravel
17. Hunter


After years of claiming to be an excellent swimmer and stories of swimming at his house on Lake Winnipesaukee, a stunning new photo, sent anonymously to FreeRepublic, clearly indicates that this is yet another lie from the Romney machine!

















Well, some politicians are just better swimmers!

8.02.2007



Military contributions for Q2

Ron Paul - - 32.94%
John McCain - - 22.99%
Hillary Clinton - - 13.92%
Bill Richardson - - 7.03%
Barack Obama - - 6.85%
Mitt Romney - - 4.68%
Rudy Giuliani - - 3.06%
John Edwards - - 2.97%
Tom Tancredo - - 1.85%
Duncan Hunter - - 1.32%
Joe Biden - - 1.06%
Mike Huckabee - - 0.20%
Mike Gravel - - 0.09%
Sam Brownback - - 0.07%
Dennis Kucinich - - 0%
Tommy Thompson - - 0%
Chris Dodd - - 0%
Jim Gilmore - - 0%
John Cox - - 0%

Ron Paul leads all in military supporters


http://controlcongress.com/2008-election/ron-paul-leads-all-%e2%80%9808-candidates-with-one-third-of-military-contributions-for-q2

New Office: One of Dr. Paul's many stops that week will be at the grand opening of the campaign's brand new office in Des Moines. The office will be located at :

405 6th Avenue, Suite 104
Des Moines IA 50309

More info on the grand opening is coming shortly.

Signs: Signs will be available soon! They have been shipped and should be arriving at the Des Moines office shortly, where they can be picked up.

Thank you: As always, thank you to everyone for your hard work and support.

7.29.2007


















http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-rlc/1867924/posts










Links to be completed tomorrow from the RLC - Republican Liberty Caucus to the new republic forums predicting Ron Paul will finish a strong second in Iowa's Straw poll.


Waterloo/Cedar Falls/Independence group and carpools from N.E. Iowa expecting to get to Ames about 1:00 pm for voting.


Rudy opts out of CNN/YouTube Debate



July 29, 2007 -- Ana Marie Cox, Time Magazine is reporting that ex-Dem. ex-Indeep. draft dodger Rudy Giuliani will skip out and also dodge the CNN/YouTube Debates - and so far only the Vietnam veterans Ron Paul and John McCain have agreed to withstand the barrage of questions
- maybe some silly - maybe some 'sanctuary city serious" -
from the citizenry.



And from a Washingtonpost.com 07.27.2007 article - link will not work - titled Giuliani AWOL in Cyberspace :
Giuliani AWOL
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/the-trail/2007/07/27/giuliani_awol_in_cyberspace_1.html

"Giuliani's the only candidate whose MySpace profile is set to private. ("Is there any special wisdom that he can claim for being the only one with a private profile?" quipped a Republican online political operative.) He's invisible on Facebook, where the profiles of Rep. Ron Paul, an online darling, and Romney, whose five sons are blogging it up online, have 14,000 and 12,000 supporters, respectively.
. . .
If you look at the campaigns that really do innovative, revolutionary things online, they are usually the underdog campaigns -- Ron Paul. When you're a frontrunner like Rudy, you don't want to take risks and make mistakes. Secondly, I've been to events where Rudy has spoken. He's very guarded. He's not the most accessible of candidates."




BTW, check out Ron Paul visiting at Google in California two weeks ago - courtesy of YouTube - veerry cool ! -

RP in Mountain View, CA at the Google headquarters

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmKwlE3fO-Y


Mitt "100,000 more troops" Romney's new Iowa strategy















Romney scales down plans for Iowa straw poll


Boston Globe / Associated Press | July 22, 2007

ALGONA, Iowa -- Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney said yesterday he has scaled back plans for a straw poll in Iowa next month that two chief rivals are bypassing.

He said he hopes to do well, but "we're not trying to overshoot dramatically." That means reducing the budget for the straw poll Aug. 11 in Ames and the number of supporters his campaign plans to bus in to the event.

In June, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Arizona Senator John McCain bowed out of the decades-old nonbinding contest. Romney has put great resources into preparing for the event, which now shapes up as a contest involving several lesser-known contenders.

"I think initially we planned to bring in a very large number of folks from across the state for the straw poll," Romney told reporters. "We've cut back on our target from that standpoint to a level where we think we can win, but we're not trying to overwhelm anybody."

The straw poll is a dress rehearsal that allows GOP candidates to measure their organizational strength months before the Iowa caucuses in January, a one-day contest that requires a strong get-out-the-vote operation.

Republican-only straw polls have been held in every competitive presidential cycle since 1979. No candidate has skipped the event and won Iowa the following January.

Boston Globe 07.22.2007
http://www.boston.com/news/nation/articles/2007/07/22/romney_scales_down_plans_for_iowa_straw_poll/

CNN News 07.21.2007
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2007/07/21/romney-scaling-back-iowa-straw-poll-budget/



Also, BTW, some dubious Mitt statements -
1. He claims to have balanced the Massachusetts budget through the elimination of duplicate state agencies when he actually relied mainly upon increases in fees and cuts to education and local aid to do so.
2. Romney takes credit for submitting state income tax cuts, although income tax rates did not change during his term as governor.






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RP Iowa Straw Poll Tickets


Iowa Straw Poll Tickets are available directly from the Iowa GOP and may be mailed to your address or picked up at will call - available online at :

>Ron Paul Straw Poll Tickets
https://www.fundraisingbynet.net/fbn/eticket.asp



7.27.2007
























Billary lackey George Stephanopoulos displays his omnipotent wisdom by stating on MSNBC this morning that "the second tier (GOP) candidates aren't doing much"

We hope the pundits get to put the whole darn shoestore
in their mouths.


Excerpts from the Washington Post online:

Giuliani AWOL In Cyberspace

Source; Washington Post online

Giuliani's the only candidate whose MySpace profile is set to private. ("Is there any special wisdom that he can claim for being the only one with a private profile?" quipped a Republican online political operative.) He's invisible on Facebook, where the profiles of Rep. Ron Paul, an online darling, and Romney, whose five sons are blogging it up online, have 14,000 and 12,000 supporters, respectively.
. . .
If you look at the campaigns that really do innovative, revolutionary things online, they are usually the underdog campaigns -- Ron Paul. When you're a frontrunner like Rudy, you don't want to take risks and make mistakes. Secondly, I've been to events where Rudy has spoken. He's very guarded. He's not the most accessible of candidates.

7.11.2007









The Iowa State Center began as the dream of James H. Hilton, who graduated from Iowa State University in Dairy Science and served as University President from 1953-1965. He proposed the idea of an educational/cultural/athletic complex at the 1954 fall faculty convocation.

The James H. Hilton Coliseum 14,092-seat multi-purpose arena in Ames, Iowa opened in 1971. It is home to the Iowa State University Cyclones basketball, wrestling, gymnastics and volleyball teams. Iowa State has a great homecourt dominance in Men's Basketball and Wrestling at Hilton, and it is considered one of the louder home courts in the nation.















The arena hosted the 1972 NCAA basketball tournament Midwest Regionals, as well as the 1982, 1988 and 1993 NCAA wrestling championships. It has also hosted commencements, concerts, conventions and of course is the keystone to the GOP presidential campaign.


















Iowa Straw Poll 2007 Questions and Answers
for Ron Paul supporters


Q. When does the voting start?
A. Saturday, August 11th from 10am to 6pm.

Q. Is there any pre decorations being done that I can get involved in?
A. On Friday, August 10th from 8am to 12noon. Campaigns will be allowed to decorate the inside of Hilton Coliseum. Everyone will enter from south upper-level entrance. These decorations are for the 15 minute speeches that each candidate gives during the day. The Speech order list is available on your meet up group’s sites in the file area. The file name is “Straw Poll Speech List”. The times of these speeches are yet to be determined.

Q. If I would drive myself, is there a particular place to
park?
A. Parking will be available South of Hilton Coliseum. There are maps available on your meet up group’s sites in the file area. These maps also show the Ron Paul tent area were we will be having our festivities through out the day. The file names are “Straw-poll-maps-list” & “2007 straw poll maps and brochure”.

Q. How would one arrange for a bus ride if I live inside Iowa?
A. At this time we are working on our transportation strategy. Contact your meet up group leader of people you know needing rides. He will contact our person in charge of transportation.

Q. Are there tickets available for the event paid for by the Ron Paul campaign?
A. No tickets will be provided by the Ron Paul Campaign. Ron Paul refused any thought of buying votes.
But, the Iowa Ron Paul Grass root initiative is looking at other avenues to supply tickets.
Also there will be multiple political interest groups at the straw poll with tents that will have tickets available, such as the Fairtax...etc..

Q. What is the cost of the tickets?
A. $35.00

Q. Is it necessary to be a registered Republican?
A. No, anyone 18 or older Iowa resident can vote.

Q. Will an Iowa ID and/or voter's registration be required?
A. Only participants who present photo ID of the following type will be allowed to vote: Valid Iowa Driver’s License, Military ID or Student ID from and Iowa College/University.

Q. Can someone under 18 vote in the poll, if they will be 18 by the day of the 2008 general election?
A. Participants have to be 18 on or before Nov. 4th 2008.

Q. If I am not from Iowa can I still participate?
A. Yes, we will need volunteers to help with various duties throughout the day of the event, along with Friday’s decorating and Sunday’s clean up as well.

Q. What do I need to bring?
A. Camera, Video Camera and a friend....

Q. Will Ron Paul be there in person?
A. I am told that Dr. Paul will be at the event the whole day. Schedule is pending on the exact time of his 15 minute speech allowed to each candidate inside Hilton Coliseum






MSNBC "Super Tuesday"



Ex-governor Tommy Thompson tells every Iowan what they don't want to hear -- in effect,
"waste your vote on me so that I will let the Iraqis vote to tell me what to do !"
Yucck, good luck with 'dat Tommy !

Great comments by The Nation Editor and Publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel acknowledging among other things about Congressman Paul that he is very eloquent in speaking and as a candidate when describing his hopeful direction for this nation.

From tracking legislation to knowing the candidates The Nation has very thoughtful commentary, opinions and polls - we voted of course for Ron Paul as the likely GOP opponent in their race against Hitlary !

See the page at : http://www.thenation.com/#pollbucket
target="_blank">The Nation "pollbucket" page

Seated next to Katrina vanden Heuvel, MSNBC favorite Pat Buchanan chimed in bringing up Ron Paul again as well, getting a chuckle out of the campaign spending comparison of the two Vietnam vet GOP candidates - John McCain and Ron Paul.

Pat Buchanan is right because Ron Paul has been running a spartan campaign - which is how the nation would be run to business' and taxpayer's delight. John McCain has been flushing those $millions in campaign contributions down the toilet.

Also, the MSNBC political analyst - and maybe a VP possibility - Pat Buchanan just mentioned this morning that Prince George County in suburbia DC Maryland has implemented an anti-Rudy Giuliani style /anti-Sanctuary City policy with it's police department and illegal immigrants -
DO YOU GET IT RUDY ?

See : The American Spectator Sanctuary Laws and Giuliani by Joel Himelfarb published 03.15.2007 http://www.amspec.org/dsp_article.asp?art_id=11152

"Rudy has used the horrible events of September 11 to create a persona that is an elaborate fabrication," says International Association of FireFighters General President Harold Schaitberger. "He is nothing more than a shameless self-promoter."

See : http://www.rudy-urbanlegend.com/index.asp?v=pgwoop0M_ic
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19707130/

https://www.my.af.mil/faf/FAF/fafHome.jsp#

7.10.2007


A Foreign Policy of Freedom


"Our experiment with foreign policy interventionism has failed, just as our experience with domestic economic interventionism has failed," Ron Paul said in 1982.

He said the same in mid-1990s.

"War, and the threat of war, are big government's best friend," he wrote only recently. "Liberals support big government social programs, and conservatives support big government war policies, thus satisfying two major special interest groups. And when push comes to shove, the two groups cooperate and support big government across the board — always at the expense of personal liberty. Both sides pay lip service to freedom, but neither stands against the welfare-warfare state and its promises of unlimited entitlements and endless war."















Excerpts from the forward by L.H. Rockwell, Jr. posted on 03.15.2007 to A Foreign Policy of Freedom by Congressman Ron Paul.

"May this treatise stand as an example of how to fight for what is right even when everyone else is silent."


Ron Paul has always believed that foreign and domestic policy should be conducted according to the same principles. Government should be restrained from intervening at home or abroad because its actions fail to achieve their stated aims, create more harm than good, shrink the liberty of the people, and violate rights.

Does that proposition seem radical? Outlandish or farflung? Once you hear it stated, it makes perfect sense that there is no sharp distinction between the principles of domestic and foreign policy. They are part of the same analytical fabric. What would be inconsistent would be to favor activist government at home but restraint abroad, or the reverse: restraint at home and activism abroad. Government unleashed behaves in its own interests, and will not restrict itself in any area of life. It must be curbed in all areas of life lest freedom suffer.

If you recognize the line of thinking in this set of beliefs, it might be because you have read the Federalist Papers, the writings of Thomas Jefferson or George Washington or James Madison, or examined the philosophical origins of the American Revolution. Or you might have followed the debates that took place in the presidential election of 1800, in which this view emerged triumphant. Or perhaps you read the writings of the free traders prior to the Civil War, or the opponents of the War on Spain, or those who warned of entering World War I.

The freedom to trade internationally is an essential principle. It means that consumers should not be penalized for buying from anyone, or selling to anyone, regardless of their residence. Nor should domestic suppliers be granted anything like a monopoly or subsidized treatment. Nor should trade be used as a weapon in the form of sanctions. Ron Paul has upheld these principles as well, which makes him an old-fashioned liberal in the manner of Cobden and Bright and the American Southern tradition. He has also rejected the mistake of many free traders who believe that a military arm is necessary to back the invisible hand of the marketplace. For Ron Paul, freedom is all of a piece.

Ron Paul's singular voice on foreign affairs has done so much to keep the flame of a consistent liberty burning in times when it might otherwise have been extinguished. He has drawn public attention to the ideas of the founders. He has alerted people to the dangers of empire. He has linked domestic and foreign affairs through libertarian analytics, even when others have been bamboozled by the lies or too intimidated to contradict them. He has told the truth, always. For this, every American, every citizen of the world, is deeply in his debt. In fact, I'm willing to predict that a hundred years from now and more, when all the current office holders are all but forgotten, Ron Paul's name will be remembered as a bright light in dark times.

We can't but be deeply grateful that Ron Paul's prophetic words have been collected in this book. May it be widely distributed. May its lessons be absorbed by this and future generations. May this treatise stand as an example of how to fight for what is right even when everyone else is silent. May it always be regarded as proof that there were men of courage alive in the first decade of the third millennium. May public and intellectual opinion someday rise to its level of intellectual sophistication and moral valor.

7.09.2007


Cancel the Election 2008




Billary lackey George Stephanopoulos has determined the office of the citizenry is not necessary, and the Federal Election Committee is superfuluous to his ultimate authority and rule - as he has already determined the election results and would bet everything he owns on it- according to his Sunday, 06.08.07 interview with Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas).

Sounds desperate!
















Stephanopoulos must have his head struck in the sand somewhere - but preferably near this Santa Barbara - Pacific Ocean beach.

He has bet his entire amassed fortune that Ron Paul could not win the GOP. and hence the general, presidential election.

Prior to joining ABC News, he was a senior political adviser to the 1992 U.S. presidential campaign of Bill Clinton and later became Clinton's communications director.

7.06.2007


More Rudy revealed




CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 revealed on Independence Day that ex-Democrat, ex-Indeep., draft dodger Rudy Giuliani


















knowingly, willfully, and capriously did violate New York Code, Article 255.17 -

an offense analogous to what William Jefferson Clinton committed perjury and obstruction about - and which ultimately led to the disgrace of impeachment of the 42nd President by the first branch of the federal legislature - the United States House of Representatives.

Since Judy Riuliani advocates that "Freedom is about authority" - instructing the pol-ice to arrest graffitti artists and other misdeamenors, he should free us all from his charade as the ex-mayor of New York Sanctuary City NOW wanting to be President of these United States.

Do the crime Rudy - so do the time !

Then, maybe you can talk to us about abortion "It's ok" - or immigration defacto amnesty or joining the Iraq Study Group was a mistake 'cause people will believe what I say even if I don't read.

"Do the right thing Rudy, and you won't go to jail."
Ed Koch remembers you well !

Friends of Condi Rice VP agree that the draft dodger who defiantly opposed the INS Rules and policies promulgated aginst him by the U.S. Justice Department "has far outkicked his coverage".

Today's Birthday Boy's words of 09.11.2001 around 9pm about going after those who harbor terrorists includes those who are enablers of the expired visas of Atta's gang of 19
STILL apply since there is no statute of limitations for such an act of defiant treason Rudy !





Ron Paul / Dana Rohrabacher


Although not a choice YET on the poll at :


target="_blank">IowaVotes2008

























It's the Hilton for Ron Paul






This may be a spoof only in part . . .

From the offices of PARIS HILTON, LYNWOOD, CA.

In a surprisingly candid interview with MSNBC's Matt Lauer, entertainment icon Ms. Paris Hilton today announced her endorsement of Ron Paul's (R-TX) candidacy. Speaking from a jail pay phone to Lauer, who was in New York City, Hilton explained she was in a "serious period" of her life and had studied the candidates during recreational time spent in the jail library.

Hilton announced: "I promised I would 'pay attention to everything' when that guy in the robe at the courthouse was so mad at me. And I've had a lot of time to search the web since I've been here. I was just so impressed that the man was almost as popular as me, and I was like 'who is this guy?'.

Paris' Hollywood Hills neighborhood was full of Ron Paul yard signs about an hour after the interview aired.

Paris continued her praise of Paul, saying: "He won all of the debates. He's just so popular! I'm a Ron Paul junkie now."

Jail has been a rough ride for Paris. She admits was a little bored at first and didn't get along with the other inmates. But after she introduced them all to Ron Paul, Paris says she's become something of a hit. "There are a few girls in here for first time drug offenses and they also want to vote for Ron Paul now because he's like against the war on drugs and stuff. At first, they didn't like me but after I started showing them Ron Paul videos on Youtube, they got all excited! Ron Paul helped me become popular even in Jail."

When asked on her feelings for Hillary Clinton, Paris replied: "Ewww. Like, no way! Do you know that people on the net call her 'Hitlery'? She is so 5 minutes ago. Besides, "Ron Paul would own her in the election or something."

As to what she planned on doing once she was released, Paris gave a rundown, "First thing, a double double with grilled onions, fries and a chocolate shake. Then I'm going to the Ron Paul meetup in Beverly Hills. I think my Dad's gonna be pissed 'cause he's a big military industrial complex welfare/warfare advocate.

But Dad really needs to be for the ten-term Congressman and Vietnam veteran Ron Paul."

7.05.2007

blackberrygate

Also revealed in the CSPAN Washington Journal review from newspapers around the nation was the eavesdropping the Hitlary campaign did on a former campaign staffers private blackberry - I'll get more up later about what we may dub as a very serious "BLACKBERRYGATE".

Ron Paul supporters call CSPAN



CSPAN's Independence Day Washington Journal morning discussion on the Founding Fathers and Iraq had Ron Paul supporters calling in from New York, North Carolina, Texas, and -of course - Iowa City. All were very articulate and passionate about our guy and hopeful about the direction of the nation.

The guy from Brooklyn put it very succinctly - Ron Paul is the best presidential candidate we have as the closest to "Founding Fathers material". The lady from North Carolina stated she just found out about Congressman Paul through a friend who encouraged her to watch - and as she put it learn about the constitution - from a YouTube video of Ron Paul speaking.

In his farewell address to the nation in 1961, President Eisenhower warned the nation to be cautious about allowing the military-industrial complex to have too much influence in the government, and to instead always work for the ideals of peace and freedom.

His warning and advice is all too relevant today as we may be going into Iran.

"If tyranny and oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy. Of all the enemies to public liberty, war is perhaps the most to be dreaded.
The loss of liberty at home is to be charged to the provisions against danger, real or imagined, from abroad."
. . . . . . . . . . . . — Founding Father James Madison (Virginia)


http://www.westpointgradsagainstthewar.org/

http://www.sagaw.org/index.htm









7.03.2007


Ron Paul Des Moines Rally



Ron Paul in Iowa - with many YouTube links - great job David !

target="_blank">Ron Paul in Iowa





http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5ZIoumJTUA

You have to cut and paste above --
-- and have javascript enabled and something like Macromedia Flash Player but great footage from Des Moines on Saturday courtesy of David Watson.

Comeon' granny it ain't that hard - your granddaughter can help ya' when she gets back from softball practice . . .


Bill Clinton's commutation of Congressman Mel Reynolds




Bill Clinton's commutation of sexual predator Congressman Mel Reynolds
original source : How Clinton Spit on Megan's Law 02.01.2001 by Michelle Malkin


Sexual predators stick together I guess -

Anyone in Iowa who pays attention and Johnny-come-lately demlibs like Ill. freshman Senator Barack "Big Government" Obama should STILL be in an uproar over ex-President Bill Clinton's peddling of White House pardons: Bill and Hitlary have no shame for the Oval Office - Between the stealing of typewriter keys at the transition of government to the commutation of his sexual predator cohort the Clintons have pulled off the biggest disgrace of the highest office in the land - and cemented their legacy as most disgrace ever put upon the White House.

Lost in the current hoopla of the commutation of Libby's 30-month prison sentence - is the Clintonites repugnant clemency action for former Congressman Mel Reynolds. There was no quid pro quo here. No cash contribution or new living room couch. Just a heartfelt gesture of sympathy from one big creep to another.

Clinton ordered Reynolds released from federal prison and commuted the remaining two years of his term. A federal jury convicted Reynolds in 1997 on 15 charges of bank fraud, wire fraud and lying to the Federal Election Commission. Reynolds had also been convicted in 1995 by an Illinois jury on two counts of solicitation of child pornography, three counts of criminal sexual assault, three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, and four counts of obstruction of justice.

Reynolds and Clinton, who jogged and made campaign appearances together, share much in common. Both were southern Democrats. Both were Rhodes Scholars. Both were manipulative, vengeful, and voracious. Both abused their offices, humiliated their families and their constituents, and lied repeatedly under oath. Both blamed Republicans, the media, and their victims for their sordid downfalls.

Both shared the Rev. Jesse Jackson as a spiritual counselor. And neither, to this day, has ever shown an ounce of true remorse for his behavior.

Rev. Jackson, now himself a professional penitent, argued with other supporters that Reynolds had paid his dues. But that's not what the court record shows. At his federal fraud trial, Reynolds was obscenely defiant. He threatened a key witness by mouthing the words "you son of a b----" while the man was on the stand. Reynolds also made a vulgar hand gesture at the witness, who had testified that Reynolds ordered him to withhold subpoenaed campaign-finance documents.

The incensed judge ruled not only that Reynolds had attempted to intimidate the witness, but also that he lied to the court and the jury, concealed and destroyed evidence, and failed to take responsibility for laundering union political contributions, hiding debts in order to obtain bank loans, and ordering aides to illegally cash at least $164,000 in campaign donations for non-campaign use.

If that weren't shameful enough, Reynolds also had repeated adulterous sexual encounters with an underage campaign volunteer, Beverly Heard, whom he met when he cruised her Chicago high school in his Cadillac. They carried on in his legislative office and at a nearby apartment. Reynolds gave the then-16-year-old girl cash at each meeting and supplied her with his pager number and apartment keys.

In explicit taped phone conversations, they reminisced about group sex encounters with another woman, laughed about Reynolds' crude nickname for Heard's genitalia, and casually discussed Reynolds' three young children while planning a sexual tryst with a 15-year-old Catholic high school girl Heard had said wanted to have sex with him.

"Did I win the Lotto?" Reynolds chortled after Heard made the offer.

Reynolds instructed Heard to take Polaroid photographs of the 15-year-old girl's genitals and breasts. No "face shots," Reynolds ordered.

Reynolds' lawyers dismissed the talk as harmless fantasy. In classic Clintonian style, Reynolds smeared his young accuser as a "liar" and "nut case." A diverse jury of six blacks and six whites believed the troubled girl, not the conniving Rhodes Scholar. Yet, Reynolds bitterly blamed racism in a 40-minute courtroom tirade: ''When they shackle me, like they shackled my slave ancestors and take me off to jail, nobody in this room will see me crawl." He called reporters who covered the case "animals."

As always, the cover-up did in Reynolds. Swing jurors were disturbed by a $4,500 bank withdrawal Reynolds made in an obvious attempt to send Heard out of state and obstruct justice. Reynolds also bullied law enforcement officials and had his employees type up recantation affidavits for Heard to sign.

In granting clemency, Clinton must have given his fellow Rhodes Scholar extra points for his hubris, chutzpah, and sneering indignation. To these loathsome bosom buddies, soiling public office means never having to say you're sorry.

7.02.2007


Lieberman endorses Rudy in GOP race




Fox News Channel reported on Sunday that U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman (I - Connecticut ) would endorse the GOP candidates that "are not opposed to abortion rights" - specifically including Senator John McCain ( R - Arizona ) and ex-Democrat, ex-Independent, ex-mayor Rudy Giuliani.

Joe - have ya' read the U.S. Constitution ?

Where do you derive "abortion rights" from ?

When the GOP - or Independent - 44th President of these United States nominates the next Supreme Court Justice in what 2010 or so, you won't even have an "abortion precedent" to go with your non-existant "right to an abortion murder"

Also on Sunday, Tim Russert reported on Meet The Press that in statewide Iowa GOP polling, Rudy is at 14 % and McCain (after 8 years of Iowa campaigning) is at 10 %

Best of luck to the dynamic duo of Rudy and McCain as the GOP champions of "abortion rights" when they swing through Dubuque to speak to the catholic woman and men next time - well . . . ., by then Rudy and McCain may both be in the single digits statewide.


Also, check out our friends blogging the Ron Paul thunder and groundswell to Ames at :



target="_blank">Ron Paul to Ames



6.27.2007


Ron Paul won't go down


The Daily Iowan ....... 06.27.2007
- Universitty of Iowa Student Newspaper

Commentary
- by Christopher Reardon
-- UI law student

Ron Paul has been excluded from this Saturday's candidate forum hosted by Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance and The Daily Iowan hit the mark in ridiculing this decision. However, he is not about to "fade into obscurity."

An event has already been scheduled in Des Moines that coincides with the candidate forum, and Paul supporters from across Iowa and the USA will show up to hear him speak. Paul has the support of hippies and grandmothers, bikers and middle management. This is because he is the genuine article --- a true supporter of American-style freedom.

He is unequivocating in his antagonism to the warfare-welfare state, and he will do something about it. Ron Paul supporters come from all walks of life, but we all have one thing in common. We believe that we were born as free men and women, and we refuse to put up with the tyrannical policies that have dominated Washington during the 20th century and have come into blindingly sharp relief during the past seven years of the Cheney-Bush administration.

Furthermore, Ron Paul has an opportunity to win because the competition is a bunch of hacks. Where was Hillary's opposition to the war in 2003 ? ( She is not actually opposed to it now but says it has been "mismanaged", perhaps she would have slaughtered hundreds of thousands of people more efficiently. )

Rudy is as belligerent as they come, as is McCain.

Obama supports economic sanctions on Iran, an act of war that ends up starving women and children ( see Iraq ).

And as far as taxes go, what other candidate has proposed the abolition of the IRS ? The IRS robs the American middle class to feed the corporate-WARfare state, but the middle class is waking up to this.

Enter Ron Paul.














Brownback goes with wetbacks


United States Senator Sam Brownback (R- Kansas)
in a surprise move to many of his Iowa supporters has decided to go with the pandering "defacto amnesty" plan.

"Too bad his bus never made it to Marshalltown" said Zack Jones, University of Iowa Poli Sci major.

You were getting so close Sam!








With Department of Homeland Stupidity Director Michael Chertoff with Neil Cavuto on the Fox News Chamnnel tries to explain away Bush43's gaffe - you have to laugh - although there is ONLY 14 more months of this to the GOP nomination convention September 1-5, 2008 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

- this is getting way too FUNNY !











More is at the Americans For Legal Immigration website at :

http://www.alipac.us/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2196


6.26.2007


Elizabeth Edwards is a moron





Two hundred and twenty years ago this summer the likes of Madison, Hamilton, Yates, Davie, Bedford and the rest of the gang of 55 forged a document together in a place called Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Could someone please inform the wife of ex-Senator John Edwards - who called in to MSNBC's Hardball Plaza show with constitutionalist lawyer Ann Coulter tonight - that Iowans are not about to give up on the U.S. Constitution quite yet - especially including the Bill of Rights and the First Amendment - all just because her lame husband pretty boy wants to be President!

With an idiot like that as First Lady, she'd make Bill Clinton's wife look like a genius.


Willard Romney perplexed






Willard Romney and his Iowa "focus" group is perplexed.

WILLARD - Mitt - as he would be preferred to be called, since he is embarrassed by his God chosen name resembling a rodent - ROMNEY is thoroughly perplexed by his single digit performance in Eastern Iowa after spending all that money on buffets, busses, and DVDs sent out promoting his

"STRONG. NEW. LEADERSHIP."

campaign in Iowa.

Hey Willard, housse come you could
NEVER win a re-election ? - even once ?
Is it cause they hate ya' in Massachusetts -
- just like they hate ya' NOW across all of Eastern Iowa ?

Willard Romney's alignment with Ed Failor's Iowans for Tax Relief group is gonna help land him in jail when the dots get connected !

6.25.2007


Congressman Ron Paul in Iowa Saturday




The public is invited to visit and hear ten-term Texas Congressman Dr. Ron Paul at a rally in Iowa on Saturday, June 30, 2007 at approximately 4:30 p.m. at the location listed below to close out the very successful second quarter campaign fundraising for the USAF Vietnam vet.

Hy-Vee Hall, Room C
Iowa Events Center
730 Third Street
Des Moines, Iowa





Linn County GOP Poll Results





ABC affiliate Channel 9 KCRG reported on it's Sunday Evening News across Eastern Iowa the results of the Linn County GOP Poll over the weekend.

Earlier the ABC affiliate had broadcast live from Newton, Iowa along with ESPN, the Inaugural Ethanol IndyCar 250. Danica Patrick's Indy Car had been at an Iowa City auto dealer earlier in the week - and as much as 4.8 G's were endured by the Indy Car drivers on Sunday won by reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Dario Franchitti.

But I regress to illuminate all youse who think Iowa is a bunch of farmers on hayride wagons . . . like Westwood One's Dennis Miller . . . .

Both Willard (Mitt) Romney and Rudy Giuliani were listed in SINGLE DIGITS each in this key GOP industrial base and fast growth county along the Iowa River Basin that includes corporate giants ADM and Quaker Oats.

Undeclared possible GOP presidential candidate and ex-Sen. Fred Thompson won the Linn County GOP poll results, with U.S. Senator Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) and Congressman Tom Tancredo (R-Colorado) each also getting into double digits.

6.22.2007


Paul's forum snub sparks ire




An Iowa forum for presidential-nomination candidates refuses to invite Republican-nomination hopeful Ron Paul of Texas











On June 30, Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance plan to host a presidential-nomination candidates forum in Des Moines.

Of the 10 hopefuls who participated in the first three Republican debates, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, is the ONLY candidate who WAS NOT INVITED to attend the event.

Paul was singled out for exclusion

Edward Failor, the executive vice president of Iowans for Tax Relief.
said "We had to make a cutoff line somewhere, and that's what we did"

Kent Snyder, the chairman of Paul's campaign, was not satisfied

Failor said that Paul was a fringe candidate

But look at the candidates they did invite :Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo, Tommy Thompson and John Cox.

Dr. Paul is so far ahead of them it's not even funny." with papers filed with the Federal Election Committe on March 12.

" The bizarre thing about this is that Paul is rated at the top of the chart by the National Taxpayer's Union and Failor is on it's board of directors," Snyder said.

Ten-term Congressman Paul "just spoke to this organization's board on June 14."

John Berthoud, the National Taxpayer Union's President said "We have named Congressman Paul the 'Taxpayer's Best friend four times and he wins an award from us EVERY year.

Iowans for Tax Relief makes it's own decision, and shall suffer the consequences.

The Republican Party of Iowa spokesperson will only investigate and query the group after the event on June 30.


It's just an unethical sort of thing.

The State Attorney General's office has been contacted regarding this malfeasance of the nonprofit group based in Muscatine.

Iowa Attorney General Office advises this morning



We just got off the phone with the Iowa Attorney General's office regarding Ed Failor Sr., Ed Failor Jr., and the Iowans For Tax Relief at taxrelief.org regarding their nonprofit status and their paypal PAC scheme.

Great advice as to how to proceed with the formal complaint against this sham nonprofit.

Have a Happy Summer everbuddy !

And also you too Ed Failor(s) - this will be alot of fun !



















Ron Paul in Kansas City















June 22, 2007


Kansas City enthusiastically welcomed Congressman Ron Paul last Friday, June 15th.

Dr. Paul started the day with an interview by the editorial board of the Kansas City Star. Afterwards, he spoke to the National Right to Life Convention where he received a standing ovation. A reporter for the Los Angeles Times then interviewed Dr. Paul for over an hour for a major article to be published in a few weeks. After the interview, Missouri State Representative Jim Guest hosted a luncheon for Dr. Paul. They were joined by Missouri State Representative Brian Yates.

That evening, enthusiasm for Ron Paul’s campaign for president was in full display at the historic Uptown theater in midtown Kansas City. The Ron Paul Kansas City MeetUp group and others organized a rally for Dr. Paul at the Uptown. Theater management estimated the crowd to be over 700 people.

There were people of all ages in the crowd; from all walks for life. They were friendly, energetic and eager to support Dr. Paul's campaign for president. Missouri Representative Jim Guest introduced Congressman Paul to the cheering crowd. They gave Dr. Paul an enthusiastic welcome that would make any of the other presidential candidates envious.

Throughout the day, a two-man camera crew from the New York Times photographed Dr. Paul for an upcoming article in the New York Times Sunday magazine. The crew traveled with Dr. Paul to Phoenix the next day.

Photographs of the Kansas City event are posted at http://flickr.com/photos/92572752@N00/sets/72157600421461719

Thank you Kansas City!

Kent Snyder, Chairman
Ron Paul 2008





6.21.2007


Rudy : "another mistake"





















Fox News Channels reports this morning that ex Democrat, ex-Independent Rudy Giuliani (L-Hamastan) says -
"It was a mistake to join the Iraq Study Group."

As a 1969 draft dodger it was ok for me to interrupt the South Carolina debate on May 15 for political grandstanding and to challenge a Vietnam vet - demanding a retraction.
I talk more than read - and they pay me too - 100G's a pop.

And that Wolf Blitzer wimp would never ask me Rudy about New York Sanctuary City under my Queen Rudia rules! - I'll defie Supreme Court rulings against me right up to September 5th - I'll show them --
"Freedom is about Authority" -

All graffitti taggers to be put in jail, but I'll open the borders to illegal aliens 'cause maybe they can't read either and I can pander to them for votes too.
Well, until after 9/11 anyway - way too much in the spotlight then, I gotta be tough on WOT now!

I'll be laughing all the way to the bank - and my defiance of the Bush administration INS rules and policy - everyone is afraid to ask !

It is just like my laugh at habeus corpus - after all Micheal Marchand - an Advocate General of the US Army in Dallas on Tuesday or even CIA General Counsel nominee John Rizzo in DC on Tuesday - would never fess up to the United States having three seperate standards for applying the Geneva convention treaty promises in Afghanistan, Iraq, or at Club Gitmo - or DID they? Me and my Florida friend Rush Limbaugh are all for Club Gitmo - no one remembers Algiers from 1954 to 1962 anyways - we're strong on WOT - with the open borders and all.

Rudy has the lock on the Libertarian Party nomination in May 2008 as our write-in candidate !




AUSTINPHISH - Thanks for the comments austinphish - another great idea -
we are scheduled for a sortof Freedom Fighters July 4th (actually the of evening July 3rd) meetup in Iowa City across from the Sheraton right off the the IC pedestrian mall - it is the same location as the "Hitlary" fopr President Steering Committee uses - with locked doors last night against public ordinance part of the time I might add - she's soooooo politically savvy !

Of course - it is open to the public - learn about Iowa republicans and it will be posted on mediacom cable channel 10 in the Iowa City area - the more the merrier -

Have a great summer everbuddy !

6.20.2007


Ron Paul Excluded in Iowa -Part 2




June 20, 2007


Jan Mickelson of WHO News Radio 1040 in Des Moines interviewed Ron Paul 2008 chairman Kent Snyder today about Ron Paul being excluded from the upcoming candidates forum sponsored by Iowans for Tax Relief and Iowa Christian Alliance. Ed Failor of Iowans for Tax Relief joined the interview later to explain why his group decided to keep Ron Paul out.

"Congressman Ron Paul isn't welcome at the Iowans for Tax Relief and Iowa Christian Alliance candidates forum. Oversight? Nope. Kent Snyder from Ron Paul's campaign and Ed Failor from ITR exchange words. Lotsa them." -- Wednesday, June 20, 2007, WHO News Radio 1040

Direct Download of MP3 File (interview starts at 1:01:16)
http://media.libsyn.com/media/mickelson/mickelson-2007-06-20.mp3

Background
http://blog.ronpaul2008.com/ron_paul_2008/2007/06/ron_paul_exclud.html

Duncan Hunter makes USA Today list of family funds from the congressional coffers

Iowa Dept. of Revenue
v. Ed Failor,
Iowans For Tax Relief, et al.




I was expecting this morning to get a meetup on the schedule and got hit with this news -
it will take a bit of time to catch up now - but I'll have something to send off to MSNBC's Chris Matthews now as well.

First, Ron Paul did just great - as usual - with the short 5 minutes with MSNBC's Chris Jansing yesterday about this time of day.

And Rudy Giuliani was in Des Moines today for a "Policy Address".

But most importantly, regarding the exclusion by Iowans For Tax Relief on June 30th -

I contacted the Iowa Republican Party to ask to talk to Chuck Laudner, Executive Director -
CLaudner@IowaGOP.org - who was in meeting but Eric Johansen explained that they could only contact this organization AFTER the event because they are a nonprofit.

But as a nonprofit they can NOT endorse political candidates under Iowa statutory law - so the Iowans For Tax Relief's exclusion of Ron Paul with the inclusion of Brownback, Gilmore, Huckabee, Romney, Tancredo, and T. Thompson - is in violation of Iowa nonprofit Code. They seem to also be forgetting Alexander Hamilton's words in Federalist Papers No. 83 in Muscatine and the construction of statutes - and the legal principle of exclusio alterius in particular here to the Revised Iowa Nonprofit Corporation Act - Chapter 504 of the Iowa Code.

I may try to get a copy of their Articles of Incorporation as public record but I truly do NOT see how they can get around the specific exclusion of Dr. Paul - it amounts to endorsing of a candidate - or specifically exclusion of an FEC filed candidate. I seriously doubt that they can try this without serious reprucussions to their nonprofit status - especially if Ron Paul WANTS to be included in their forum.

Dr. Paul did great on the Jon Stewart Show a few weeks back and also on the CSPAN coverage of his New Hampshire Public Radio - just fantastic, as well as yesterday on MSNBC's "Super Tuesday".

Keep up the great work everbuddy!


cc: contact/letter to :
David Casey
Compliance Division
Iowa Dept of Revenue
515/281-3254

Inform the compliance division of Failor's paypal fraud occurring through the website below - all the evidence needed Failor you moron - what's burning - sniff--sniff--- your toast Failor ! enjoy the forum !!!!!!

http://www.taxrelief.org/itr_pac_donation.htm




Ron Paul Excluded in Iowa



June 19, 2007


Iowans for Tax Relief and Iowa Christian Alliance will host a presidential candidates forum on Saturday, June 30th in Des Moines. Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney, Sam Brownback, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, Tommy Thompson, and Tom Tancredo will participate.

Ron Paul, however, will not participate. Why? Because he wasn’t invited.

We heard about this forum from numerous supporters in Iowa who asked why Dr. Paul was not going to participate. Those supporters assumed that Dr. Paul was invited.

The campaign office had not received an invitation so we called this morning; thinking we might have misplaced the invitation or simply overlooked it. Lew Moore, our campaign manager, called Mr. Edward Failor, an officer of Iowans for Tax Relief, to ask about it. To our shock, Mr. Failor told us Dr. Paul was not invited; he was not going to be invited; and he would not be allowed to participate. And when asked why, Mr. Failor refused to explain. The call ended.

Lew then called Mr. Steve Sheffler, president of the Iowa Christian Alliance, to talk with him. Mr. Sheffler did not answer so Lew left a message. He has yet to respond.

Why are the Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance excluding the one Republican candidate who scored at the top of every online poll taken after the MSNBC, Fox News, and CNN debates? Why are they denying Iowans the opportunity to hear from the Republican presidential candidate whose popularity is growing by the day?

We couldn’t get answers to these questions from Messrs. Failor and Sheffler. Maybe you’ll have better luck. Their contact information is below.

It's ironic that on the same day we learned the Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance excluded Dr. Paul from their candidates forum, we received a call from ABC News confirming Dr. Paul’s participation in its nationally broadcast August 5th debate to be held in Des Moines.

Kent Snyder, Chairman
Ron Paul 2008


Contact Information

Edward Failor
Iowans for Tax Relief
2610 Park Avenue
Muscatine, Iowa 52761
Phone: 563-288-3600 or 877-913-3600
Fax: 563-264-2413
E-mail: itr@taxrelief.org

Steve Sheffler, President
Iowa Christian Alliance
939 Office Park Road, Suite 115
West Des Moines, Iowa 50265
Phone: 515-225-1515
Fax: 515-225-1826
E-mail: slscheffler@iowachristian.com

6.19.2007


Rudy continues freefall v. Hilary





Ex-Dem, ex-Ind., ex-mayor Rudy Giuliani ( L-Hamastan ) continues to lose substantial ground vs. Hitlary Clinton ( D-Pradesh ) in Iowa and across the nation. His 70,000 new boots on the ground idea just doesn't fly - being a draft dodger from 1969 is something he can't get off his back whatever political party doesn't want him. Tough on the al-Queda but afraid of Iowa farmers and ethanol producers and engineers - that is the Rudy everyone from New York knows about.

6.14.2007


Libertarian Rudy Giuliani






The Libertarian Party of Iowa endorses their pro-abortion and open border champion - the ex-mayor of New York Sanctuary City - who is NOW formally committed to those libertarian party values and ideals so dear to US - like sanctuary for felon criminals south of da border--
Florida is gonna love ya' Rudy !

The nominating convention of the Libertarian Party is set for May 2008 and we are so glad that our champion candidate is now committed to our most treasured social issues.

Go Rudy Go !


6.12.2007


Ron Paul to speak at the National Right to Life Convention





Ron Paul to speak at the National Right to Life Convention on June 15

See ya' all with our friends in Missouri at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center, 2345 McGee Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64108

more info to follow

also at Uptown Theatre at 5:00pm


Twelve new Commitments from Rudy






Rudia Giuliani's 12 commitments announced today all the while spending his political and personal life - at least from his draft dodger status in 1969 on - breaking at least half or so of the X Commandments

The ex-Democrat, ex-Independent, ex-mayor is presently still working on his third political party "commitment" AND
also his third marriage "commitment" .

We at the Rudy as CEO of 9/11 fan club would love to tell everyone in Florida about his " I AM RESPONSIBLE" placard he keeps on his desk.

Yep, Rudy, we hope everyone knows just how responsible you really are - the bona fide libertarian on abortion and immigration - with your abortion "It's ok" and immigration "sanctuary city" social policy - which is impportant for Supreme Court Justice and other appointments.

Geez, wonder how those commitments are gonna turn out fer ya' Rudy ?

6.10.2007

How much Giuliani fears a potential poor showing in Iowa - strong on terror
afraid of Iowa.

6.09.2007


Giuliani drops in Fox News poll reported this morning.





In addition to the drop in the Fox News poll reported this weekend, the opinion section of the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Sunday Courier has a nice comment by reporter Charlotte Eby - a freelancer from Des Moines - who eloquently states how much Giuliani and McCain "fear the potential poor showing in Iowa" by dropping out.

Send Charlotte Eby applause at chareby@aol.com

And thanks for the comment of chris from Seattle !

Giuliani: Worse Than Bush





Giuliani: Worse Than Bush

"Early Wednesday, May 16th, Charleston, South Carolina. The scene is a town-hall meeting staged by GOP presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, only a day after he wowed a patriotic Republican crowd at a nationally televised debate with a righteous ass-kicking of the party's latest Hanoi Jane, terrorist sympathizer Ron Paul. A bump in the polls later, "America's Mayor" is back on the campaign trail -

Rudy Giuliani is a true American hero, and we know this because he does all the things we expect of heroes these days -- like make $16 million a year, and lobby for Hugo Chávez and Rupert Murdoch, and promote wars without ever having served in the military, and hire a lawyer to call his second wife a "stuck pig," and organize absurd, grandstanding programs against minor foreign artists, and generally drift through life being a shameless opportunist with an outsize ego"

- excerpt from Rolling Stone
Check out the full scoop on Rudy and the comments at http://www.rollingstone.com/

Truth is . . . the draft dodger ex-mayor Giuliani gets a reverse "bump" from his criticism of Vietnam vet Dr. Ron Paul on 05.15.2007 whose foreign policy is of Senator Robert Taft - not Hanoi Jane, and is the strongest candidate on the WOT by closing the border to the illegals that enter from the southern border - Chinese, Pakistani, and Central Americans.

6.06.2007


Rudy Giuliani 'en fuego'


McCain's "Defacto amnesty" plan



Rudy Giuliani is metaphorically - en fuego " on fire " after one billion VOLTS - not votes - were delivered during his first abortion question at last nights Grand Old Party debate - cutting out his microphione during lightning strikes as he spoke -- Rudy is clearly alone on this in the GOP and in the WORLD.
Do the right thing NOW Rudy !

GIULIANI : Abortion - "It's ok"


But not to be upstaged, in the idiot department of those with with over 12 minutes to talk and show us how utterly stupid you are - was Arizona Senator / retard John McCain who asked about his "defacto amnesty plan " -

"If anyone has a better idea ?

in which case EVERYBUDDY raised their hand wanting the mike from Wolf Blitzer after which the nine remaining GOP contenders raidsed there hand for CNN's Wolf Blitz

to call on them -

answer Mr McCaon with all due respect sir is EVERBUDDY has a better idea than your "defacto amnesty plan !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

McCain has given a new definition to political pandering - as in I pulled a McCain"
with is a new answer about NOT having English as the official language of the United States of America with a now permanent quote on U-Tube --


MCCAIN : "Its fine !"

NO time to finish edit - but this is gonna be months of laughter provided by the two biggrest pandering morons the GOP ever has contemplated to run.

It is IMPOSSIBLE for Giuliani to win the general election - although Hitlary supporters donate to his campaign - the now unlikely GOP nomination of the ex-Democrat, ex-Independent, ex - mayor would necessitate a third party pro-lifer.














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6.02.2007


Holy Mary Mother of God !


" Thank goodness ex-mayor Giuliani is not around to mess things up this time."

Bush administration officials are delighted with the arrest last night of Kareem Ibrahim after a 16 month investigation thereby thwarting a serious plan to detonate jet fuel pipelines at JFK Airport in NYC.











Ibrahim was aboard Aeropostal Flight 861, a McDonnell-Douglas MD-82 for the 9 hour and 10 minute flight for Caracas, Venezuela when the pilots received the call for the aircraft to return to Piarco International Airport - Port of Spain, Trinidad. On its return, Ibrahim was arrested and taken to the Port-of-Spain CID where he was questioned by Special Branch head, Assistant Commissioner Richard Frederick on Friday night. He claimed he was on his way to CCS - Caracas - "to catch a flight to Iran."

Richard Kuprewicz, a pipeline expert and president of Accufacts Inc., an energy consulting firm that focuses on pipelines and tank farms, said the force of explosion would depend on the amount of fuel under pressure - potentially destroying parts of New York's borough of Queens, where the pipeline runs underground.

Buckeye Pipe Line Company is a major pipeline transportation provider in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwestern United States. The commodities the company hauls most often are refined petroleum products including JP-4 Jet Fuel to various sites from Pennsylvania to New York. Buckeye is the primary transporter of JP-4 into Newark International Airport, JFK International Airport, and LaGuardia Airport. The Jet Fuel pipeline runs from Allentown, PA through New Jersey, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens, N.Y.

House Intelligence Committee member Congressman Darrell Issa (CA-R) stated :

" Every success is one failure that didn't happen"

This arrest last night demonstrates that law enforcement is capable of penetrating terrorist plots against targets in New York City especially now with Rudy Giuliani out of office -
who as late as September 5, 2001 had fought INS rules and policy to allow a sanctuary city for terrorists on expired visas.