Wednesday, 7 September 2011

The Ron Paul Revolution: Be a part of it (video)

Recollection of the Ron Paul 2008 campaign, looking forward to the 2012 presidential election, and the continuation of the Ron Paul Revolution.

Presented chronologically, the video highlights:

- The first (MSNBC) debate, 3rd May 2007, where Ron Paul's message of peace and liberty first reached millions of ordinary people, eager for real change.

- The Fox debate, 15th May 2007, which was lit up by the confrontation between Ron Paul and Rudy Guiliani over the reasons behind 9/11. Ron Paul seized the moment by explaining the concept of blowback: that terrorists attack us because of our foreign policy of invading and meddling in the affairs of the Middle East.

- The first major Moneybomb, on 5th November 2007, where $4.2 million was raised in one day, bringing him more mainstream coverage and discussion.

- The Tea Party Moneybomb, on 16th December 2007, where $6 million was raised in one day, sparking the Tea Party Movement, dedicated to ending the wars and ending the Fed, and restoring the Constitution.

- Ron Paul's withdrawal from the Presidential race in June 2008, saying: "We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long term projects... Our job now is to plan for the next phase."

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