Gerald Celente On Yahoo! Finance: The REAL Crash Is Coming! (Video – Sep 15, 2011)

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Ron Paul Won The Republican Debate At The Reagan Library

Who do you think won the Republican debate at the Reagan library? (MSNBC, Sep. 08, 2011):

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Total of 101,835 votes – click on the “Display Comments” bar below to sort comments

Ron Paul
49%
(49,943 votes)
Mitt Romney
17.8%
(18,164 votes)
Rick Perry
14.7%
(14,986 votes)
Jon Huntsman
7%
(7,100 votes)
Newt Gingrich
4.7%
(4,760 votes)
Herman Cain
3.3%
(3,352 votes)
Michele Bachmann
2.4%
(2,412 votes)
Rick Santorum
1.1%
(1,118 votes)

Ron Paul’s OFFICIAL 2nd Ad of The Campaign Compares GOP Field to Obama


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Ron Paul Ad Compares GOP Field to Obama (ABC NEWS, August 16, 2011):

Following a weekend where Rep. Ron Paul’s campaign says he was virtually ignored by the press – the campaign is out with a new TV ad that takes aim at Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Barack Obama labeling them as “smooth talking politicians.”

The ad “The One” has a very cinematic movie trailer feel to it and flashes between images of Perry, Romney, Obama, Michele Bachmann and Nancy Pelosi, suggesting they’re all the same. Ron Paul, the ad suggests, is the only different candidate in the race; he’s never voted for a tax increase, and he would end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“Ron Paul,” says the announcer, “the one who will stop the spending, save the dollar, create jobs, bring peace.”

It also suggests the other politicians represent rhetoric and division. It does not say how Paul, who votes against most bills on Capitol Hill, would represent a move away from division.

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Ron Paul Wins Online Straw Poll, Gets 44 Percent Of Unique Online Votes!!!

Ron Paul Wins Online Straw Poll (KCAU-TV, Aug 12, 2011):

DES MOINES, IA – Texas Congressman Ron Paul has won the first-ever online Iowa straw poll, capturing a commanding 44% of the over 6,000 votes cast in an online poll sponsored by Iowa Congressman Tom Latham’s campaign.  The results of the two-week online poll (located at: onlineiowastrawpoll.com) were announced one day before Saturday’s Ames Straw Poll, which is considered by most as the first real test of a presidential candidate’s organizational strength in Iowa.

The results of the online poll promoting Saturday’s big event for the Republican Party of Iowa were:

1st – Ron Paul with 44% of the unique online votes

2nd – Herman Cain 16%

3rd – Michele Bachmann 10%

4th – Rick Perry 8%

5th – (TIE) Tim Pawlenty and Mitt Romney 5%

7th – Sarah Palin 4%

8th – “Someone Else” 3%

9th – Rick Santorum 2%

10th – (Tie) Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich with 1% of the unique online votes

It should be noted that Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin are not yet officially announced candidates for the GOP nomination and will not appear as options on Saturday’s actual straw poll ballot in Ames.

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