Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Ron Paul Meet-Up Groups/Activity Exploding!!

Ron Paul Meetup Membership: 46% Growth in 14 Days!
From: Ron Paul NoHo Meetup
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 20:59:18 -0700

Hi there Ron Paul supporters! We are revving at 15,000 RPM’s! That’s well over 15 thousand Ron Paul Meetup members. We gained over 46% in membership in a 14 day period since 6/11/07.

Please publicize these facts far and wide. At these rates of growth we will number well over 100 thousand within 2 months.

Remember, if you are a Ron Paul Meetup Organizer, you can organize up to 3 meetups at no additional cost with your account. You can establish meetups in adjacent communities and then pass the Organizer baton over to someone else once the meetup builds up. Once a meetup gets started, it tends to act as a lightening rod or magnet; people are drawn to it and start to sign up as soon as it is started.

We’ve lost track of the number of meetups seeded by the “Adopt a City” Project, but it’s around 30. If you want to have a real impact from the safety and comfort of your computer, join us in this project. We’ll show you how to seed meetups and spread the Ron Paul Revolution beyond the borders of your own city or even to another state. Anyone can help.

15,402 Members
3196 Interested
370 Groups
342 Cities
5 Countries Click here to visit "Meet Up.com"


Blogger Tuva or bust said...

Ron Paul just told Neil Cavuto on Fox News a few minutes ago that he does not support Ed and Elaine Brown and that he opposes all violence on their part. While he admires acts of civil disobedience, they should go to prison because that is the cost of civil disobedience.

The Ron Paul message does not belong here.

5:00 PM  
Blogger The Freedom Fellowship said...

Neil missed the scoop:


"What they doing is standing up for the law because the law is the Constitution...." Ron Paul commenting on Ed and Elaine Brown's stand.

Take a few minutes and view this video. It should clear things up.

5:32 PM  
Blogger The Freedom Fellowship said...

Ron Paul's message of freedom and liberty is at the root of Ed and Elaine Brown's position/stand - ie. for a return to the rule of law as embodied in the Constitution.

5:33 PM  
Blogger Tuva or bust said...

The whole point on his interview on Fox News this afternoon was to address the comments he made in the video link you posted.

He went on Fox to withdraw his support for the Browns, Fred.

5:39 PM  
Blogger The Freedom Fellowship said...


I watched the video and methinks you have scales on your eyes. While there was a little bit of backpeddling by Ron in the beginning of the interview, he held his ground in support of the unlawful nature of the administration of the income tax and applauded the Browns in the act of Civil Disobedience. Again, to repeat what we wrote earlier, these words by Ron Paul are VERY VERY powerful. A new level and standard has been set for an awakened awareness and recognition of evil in our midst and the necessity to support acts of peaceful civil obedience to the ultimate truth as outlined in the word of God - begin with the 10 Commandments and keep it simple with maxims like thou shall lie and bear false witness against the neighbor, etc.

Remember when the first northern minister spoke out against slavery back in the 1840's. I forget the gentleman's name, but it completely "cleared the deck" socially and politically for this gentleman's reputation was so strong and full of integrity that every leading pastor and minister had to come out of the woodwork and address the evil of slavery or you weren't doing your job.

Neil Cavuto's attempt to corner and nail Ron Paul in this interview failed. Ron Paul and the Browns came out on top. I don't know what you're eyes and ears received, but this piece gave the Browns more positive exposure than anything I have seen for a long, long time.

8:30 AM  

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