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Saturday, May 03, 2008

RON PAUL'S REVOLUTION MANIFESTO #1 ON AMAZON.COM

Hello friends ... wanted to update you all with this wonderful news ... Ron Paul's new book "The Revolution" is now #1 on the Amazon.com bestselling books list. And in the top 10 on the New York Times Bestseller list.

VERY EXCITING!

Buy your copy here: The Revolution @ Amazon

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Enjoy these YouTube videos of Ron Paul discussing the book and the revolution.

IN THE "SITUATION ROOM":



ON CNN AMERICAN MORNING:



Updated.

SPECIAL NOTE: In my view, Dr. Paul's response to John Roberts' question (this exchange occurs at about the 3 minute, 35 second point of the video of the CNN American Morning segment) whether Dr. Paul can be a good Republican if he doesn't support John McCain, is perfect.

I hear him saying that the Republican party should be a party of principles and not of candidates. In the same way that American is supposed to be a nation of laws and not of men.

Check it out for yourselves!

6 Comments:

Blogger PDD said...

The book looks very interesting. I'm going to have to pick it up.

Ron Paul makes a lot of sense. There is no dust in his words. He makes the most sense, and I think he would have been a superb president.

That said, I have always been hard core for Obama. There is a certain wisdom to Obama which separates him from the rest. He is more than a politician.

And, he's the smartest.

Loved the vids. Thanks.

I'm on facebook, and write a few things on American politics. It would be so awesome if you could join. Aside from a few, I hope from my 300+ facebook friends someone could step up to the plate and engage in an intelligent covo about this.

I'm only a Canadian, but I think American politics is very important, for everyone.

3:15 PM, May 04, 2008  
Blogger PDD said...

This book looks effin' amazing! I just read some excerpts here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YqJICwtRTs

I'm picking mine up tomorrow.

Thanks for posting.

You are awesome.

You will forever remain an awesome smartie pants in my mind.

PDD

5:16 PM, May 04, 2008  
Blogger PDD said...

Also, what are your opinions regarding the racist letters published in the "Ron Paul Political Report" back in the early 90's? I personally don't buy that he authored those statements. Many tactics are used to undermine political candidates during presidential campaigning. I believe these letters are one of those tactics.

Curious to know what you think of that?

Btw, found a excerpt of the first chapter running 4 pages on line. So excited to read it. It's not yet available for sale in Canada.

11:56 PM, May 04, 2008  
Anonymous nrj said...

thought you would be happy to know i'm now blogging! of course, i still don't really have an opinion on anything =)

12:17 AM, May 06, 2008  
Blogger garrett said...

PDD:

I did a post at some point about the Ron Paul newsletter racist stuff. Dr. Paul did not write that stuff, he was guilty of not being more careful about overseeing what was being written in his name. Dr. Paul is not a racist.

NRJ:

Dude. I'm so excited to hear from you and to hear that you're blogging. But I couldn't figure out how to make a comment on your blog without signing up for something new, and you know me. I don't sign up for much ... help a brother out!

12:27 PM, May 06, 2008  
Blogger PDD said...

Yes, I agree with you. It's really quite silly if you ask me. I never bought that he was a racist. And people are far too quick to judge and react.

I have been engaged in a lengthy debate about Ron Paul on my facebook via comments on a vid I posted about his new book. I have been challanged with the idea that Ron Paul is a "psychotic right winger" who would dismantle the public education, what little protection exists for the working class in America, and social programs, that would therefore create conditions for widespread substance abuse.

LOL!!

WTF?

Why does that idea seem tres naive to me?

I submitted my opinions, and I think they are valid. I will not post it all here, because it's just too long.

But I also want to add that this individual also postulates that libertarianism is fundamentally right wing. But, in my opinion, this person is merely dissecting it in its literal term while associating it with neoconservatism, and that is not libertarianism.

What are your thoughts?

I wish you were on facebook just so you can contribute to this topic. I always enjoy what you have to say. You have always made a heck of a lot of sense to me, and your dissections are always very sound.

Looking forward to your reply.

P.S. - If I were American I would never vote for Ron Paul. I am a Barak supporter. But I think it's still important to pay attention to all debates and arguments regardless of partisanship. Hence my interest in reading Ron Paul's new book.

4:15 PM, May 06, 2008  

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