Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Major New Ron Paul Fundraising Assault Set For December

"Sign bomb" and donation drive scheduled to coincide with Bill of Rights Day, Boston Tea Party

Paul Joseph Watson
November 6, 2007

Fresh from the rip-roaring success of a campaign that saw Presidential candidate Ron Paul break records for the amount of pre-primary donations collected in one day, the momentum continues with a plan for a "sign bomb" and another fundraising drive scheduled for December 15th and 16th.

The creator of the November 5th fundraising drive Trevor Lyman appeared on The Alex Jones Show today to discuss the astounding impact of his project and plans for a new effort to raise $10 million over the course of one weekend next month.

After confering live on air with Jones, Lyman agreed that a new fundraising assault should be launched to coincide with simultaneous Ron Paul rallies across the country.

The weekend of December 15th and 16th marks Bill of Rights Day and the Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party and these are the dates that we are encouraging people to double their efforts in order to save the Republic and catapult Ron Paul, the only Constitutional candidate and America's last hope, into the White House.

On that weekend, a drive to raise $10 million dollars will go into high gear along with a "sign bomb," a coordinated effort to blanket America and the media with Ron Paul signs.

This will be the biggest attempt yet to break John Kerry's record of $5.7 million in donations for a single day, which occurred after the primaries and during the presidential race proper.

We are calling upon all Americans who love liberty and want to see respect and dignity restored to the office of the President to join us in this crusade to raise $10 million dollars for the Ron Paul campaign over the weekend of December 15-16th.

Please join the grass-roots Ron Paul Revolution and get behind this juggernaut effort to smash the record books and force the establishment to acknowledge the Texas Congressman as a powerful frontrunner for the Republican candidacy and America's only chance of defeating the elite's pro-war pick, Hillary Clinton, in the 2008 presidential election.

Now is the time to make history and restore the true American virtues that our Founding Fathers fought and died for, by rallying behind the December 15-16th fundraising campaign and making the establishment run scared of the tumultuous popular support for the principles embodied in the stance of Congressman Ron Paul.

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