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Dr. Ron Paul represents universal Liberty, we all know that. It is about time that the world hears that message. The mainstream media rarely talks about Dr. Paul and when they do, they brush him off as a "non-factor" candidate. Despite coming in a very close second at the Ames Straw Poll, Rep. Ron Paul has been conspicuously absent from much of the media coverage.

In order to get Ron Paul the media coverage he deserves, we all as supporters should fight to get him on the most watched News Show on cable television; "60 Minutes". I urge all Ron Paul Supporters to sign this petition; with an overwhelming amount of signatures, "60 Minutes" will have no choice but to dedicate an episode to the much deserving Dr. Ron Paul!

 

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When Dr. Ron Paul ran for the Republican nomination in 2008, he talked about the economy imploding, the untenable nature of the national debt, the eventual destruction of our currency, and the limited role for government. 

 

In the four years since then, a lot of the things Dr. Paul warned us about have happened: we’re deeper in debt, a lot deeper, the dollar is worth quite a bit less, the federal government increasingly dysfunctional and the country is more divided maybe than at any time since the Civil War.

In politics, just like in life, it’s often the timing that makes the difference. In the case of Ron Paul, it seems events over the last four years have finally caught up with the candidate. Paul’s message hasn’t changed for thirty years, but the urgency of what he’s saying has increased dramatically, and it seems like this time, more people may be listening. He came within an eyelash of finishing first in the Iowa Straw Poll, less than 160 votes behind Michele Bachmann out of nearly 17,000 votes cast, again, a fact that was largely overlooked by the mainstream media. As faithful Ron Paul supporters, all we have is our voice so let our voice call for Dr. Paul to be cameoed on the most watched Cable news show in the nation. Do not sign because I ask, sign because you know it is the right thing to do. May the world come to it's senses and allow a man of true integrity to occupy the oval office for once. RON PAUL 2012!

 

 

Letter to
CBS News 60 Minutes "CBS 60 Minutes"


As the race for the Republican nomination heat's up, there is one candidate who has been largely ignored by the mainstream media. Ron Paul makes a lot of sense and more people ought to listen to him. The Texas Congressman has visionary ideas about where the country ought to be going and what sea changes are necessary in order for the US to continue being a superpower.

In the four years since his last bid for president, a lot of the things Dr. Paul warned us about have happened: we’re deeper in debt, a lot deeper, the dollar is worth quite a bit less, the federal government increasingly dysfunctional and the country is more divided maybe than at any time since the Civil War.

When Dr. Ron Paul ran for the Republican nomination in 2008, he talked about the economy imploding, the untenable nature of the national debt, the eventual destruction of our currency, and the limited role for government.

In politics, just like in life, it’s often the timing that makes the difference. In the case of Ron Paul, it seems events over the last four years have finally caught up with the candidate. Paul’s message hasn’t changed for thirty years, but the urgency of what he’s saying has increased dramatically, and it seems like this time, more people may be listening. He came within an eyelash of finishing first in the Iowa Straw Poll, less than 160 votes behind Michele Bachmann out of nearly 17,000 votes cast, again, a fact that was largely overlooked by the mainstream media. As faithful Ron Paul supporters, all we have is our voice so let our voice call for Dr. Paul to be cameoed on the most watched Cable news show in the nation. Do not sign because I ask, sign because you know it is the right thing to do. May the world come to it's senses and allow a man of true integrity to occupy the oval office for once.