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FiftyOneYears.com – The Next Ron Paul Mass Donation Day

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February 1st is the 51st anniversary of Ron and Carol Paul’s wedding. On February 1st let’s donate $51 each (or more) in honor of their lifelong commitment to one another, to their families and to this great nation. Conservatives need to know about the only candidate who has true family values. Let’s make this a record day so the media will tell their story.

The donation day is only FIVE days away and it’s a wonderful cause. Please visit FiftyOneYears.com, sign up and forward this email to every Ron Paul supporter you know. Thank you!

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Written by General

January 27, 2008 at 1:07 am

Posted in events

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  1. Oh, that’s beautiful. OUTSTANDING IDEA. Very nice.

    Dan Hall

    January 27, 2008 at 7:30 pm

  2. Dear Ron,
    I truly hope when you become President you will be able to call to duty those in government that are capable to lead this Nation back to Glory.
    I can’t express to you of how proud we are of you!
    Sincerely,
    Jim Skinner
    Santa Cruz, CA

    Ps: Happy Anniversary!

    Jim Skinner

    January 27, 2008 at 9:41 pm

  3. Trevor – thanks so much for setting this up! I do have one suggestion … I think an extra motivator for the grassroots would be the reminder that if the more than 100,000 supporters who have given to the campaign thus far would each participate, we will have raised the $5,000,000 requested by the campaign! I’m sure that’s probably the idea — but saying it makes the whole thing sound so much more doable 🙂

    Best regards,
    shannon

    shannon

    January 27, 2008 at 11:33 pm

  4. I think that is a good idea —but, I think it would be better if we waited for Valentine’s
    Day and had a : “Show the LOVE of the rEVOLution” and each one donated $114.00 with the goal of raising 7 million. What do you think?

    Darryl

    January 28, 2008 at 2:54 am

  5. great. I missed the last money bomb because I was a litle hopeless but I was thinking: if everybody would think like me, Ron Paul wouldnt have got this far. So I AM IN and I’m happy about it:D.

    Operation Northwood

    January 28, 2008 at 3:33 am

  6. Happy Anniversary to the Pauls. I am so looking forward to Dr. Paul becoming the President of this Republic, and for We the People, as a united America, to understand and support Dr. Paul’s philosophies and intent.
    The Family Of Gwenythe b. Harvey (5 children, 7 Grandchildren)

    Gwenythe b. Harvey

    January 28, 2008 at 4:20 am

  7. Congradulations to Ron & Carol Paul. 51 devoted years is quite a hallmark to reach!
    (It’s been 53 years for my husband & me.)

    I admire Ron Paul very much, love his honesty & what he stands for. Have been aware of him & watching him for many years now. Am glad he decided to run for President. Believe me, he is the one I would like to see become our leader!

    There is one comment above that concerns me, however….”Conservatives need to know about the only candidate who has true family values.” You see, Mitt Romney
    also has true family values, so it would be well to keep the record straight for the sake of honesty. Thank you very much. Wishing Ron Paul the best.

    Sincerely,
    Jeri Johnson

    Jeri Johnson

    January 28, 2008 at 5:09 am

  8. This is no longer America. The CFR (Council of Foriegn Relations) has intentionally undermined the security of this country (with the wholeharted assistance of George Bush and the Clintons). The patriot act that Bush signed allows our jack booted thugs to come to our house or business, take us away, without arrest, indictment, charges, or a trial, and lock us up in an undisclosed location. They do not even have to tell your loved ones WHERE YOU ARE OR IF YOU ARE EVEN ALIVE!! Fact: Under the patriot act, you can be flown out of the USA to another country of the JBT`s choice, and TORTURED by private contractors. I wonder if Halliburton had to bid on that job?

    Ron Paul is the only answer. His record speaks for itself. It`s easy (and LAZY) (yes, YOU, Mr. Homer) to say “insane” or “Conspiricy theorist” if YOU DIDN`T DO THE RESEARCH!

    Ron Paul is only a man, and he is the bearer of a message of returning to freedom. Don`t let the naysayers stop you from simply researching this gentle man. Do the research, spend an hour to check out Ron Paul, and you`ll agree that party lines should be crossed to elect Ron Paul. Kudos to all the folks in Seattle that are crossing the lines to vote for a “Republican” who is actually a Constitutionalist.

    Mike Brown

    January 28, 2008 at 9:24 pm

  9. If you give money and do not walk a precinct, then you are giving dramatically less than someone who does walk a precinct. Walking your precinct is the only way to get people to the polls for Ron Paul on Feb 5. If Paul’s showing isn’t good enough on Feb 5 to make a victory at the convention possible, he will lose support for the strategy beyond that. WALK YOUR PRECINCT. NOW. If the battle is over in your state, go to a Feb 5 state
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republican_Party_(United_States)_presidential_primaries,_2008#Phase_three:_Super_Tuesday
    with an open primary, and download the precinct data for an area in that state, and walk it, after watching the Jeff Greenspan video here: https://voters.ronpaul2008.com/grassroots/
    THis is the only way the massive contributions mean anything: the campaign must be able to IDENTIFY Ron Paul supporters and make sure they’ve voted by election day.

    Jake Witmer

    January 28, 2008 at 10:02 pm

  10. Had the honor of having my picture taken with our candidate today. Came to see us in Maine—the most Socialist, income-redistribution-loving-state there is. What an honor to hear him speak and be in his company afterward. Count me in for this Money Bomb.

    Oh, and by the way—don’t move here. As for visiting, sure—just be aware your tourist dollars help mask the real state of our economy.

    sMitty

    January 29, 2008 at 12:00 am


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