I was able to listen to this segment of NPR covering Ron Paul and grassroots effectiveness. I have to say it seemed to me at the rainy Saturday outreach at Union Square, that this kind of minimizing pessimism had colored the attitudes of many of the Ron Paul rEVOLuitionaries. Listen, this bogus report on NPR is way off base and just part of the last ditch corporate media campaign against Ron Paul. Ron Paul IS the most popular politician right now, and his message is most directly representative of the will of the people. We are not a flash in the pan. We need to believe in Ron Paul. He is the only Republican that makes any sense to nominate. Challenge yourselves and others to legitamately oppose this stance. Only Ron Paul has the platform to win. We must demand the nomination. Don't be fooled that we don't have the numbers. The
corporate interests are petrified because WE DO! The nomination comes first. Then we'll get into the politics of how to use the V.P. running partner to challenge the compromised Democrat ticket. We will take this country back. Ron Paul is confident and sharp, not nervous and hesitant. Belive. Hope for America! Ron Paul 2008!
--------------john paul harkins
"Avery J. Knapp Jr." <[address removed]> wrote:
A special announcement from Avery J. Knapp Jr., Organizer of Manhattan+ Young Persons Ron Paul 2008 Action Group NYC
I could have done better. I actually liked my quote "The
internet is perhaps the last bastion of freedom in the world."
You should have heard Mr. Smith's questions trying to comprare Dr. Paul to Sanjaya that I had to deflect and reject.
Overall a slightly-moderately negative story about Paul, but what would you expect from NPR whose funding comes in part from the government?
And I was right, that as Dr. Paul's pro-freedom message WILL resonate with people, we just need to continue to get out there and spread it! Thanks!
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