31 responses to “THANK YOU from Ron Paul”

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  2. Larry W.

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  5. Warren J.

    Mr Ron Pual,
    I would like to thank for all that you have done for your supporters as well as for this country. This country for too long has been the club for only those wishing not to rock the boat. Anyone that did not agree with the status quo was an outsider who never got in, or a chance to have a voice. I wish I could say I was never one of those that followed the pack but at one time I was. I now see a differnt way and it’s because a friend told me about your run for President and I checked it out.
    I think if people would stop worrying about what they can get for themselves to make themselves even richer or stopped worrying about what poeple would think of them and just did the right thing because it was the right thing America would be better off. This may never happen or it might take multiple life times but it would be nice to see a country that is strong, fair, and open to all that live in it. Basically what our founding fathers dreamed it would be and wanted for then next generation to inheirit.
    Thank for opening my eyes.

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  6. Bob Munro

    I think Ron Paul should endorse Bob Barr , the Libertarian Party Candidate, and I have a petition for this at:

    http://www.PetitionOnline.com/bob99999/petition.html

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  7. Dan Reale

    Let us continue fighting. We need support in the districts we have candidates, and candidates in the districts in which we’d have support.

    Paul inspired me to get serious about this, and run for Congress.

    If there isn’t an RP candidate in your district, do it up.

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  8. Dan Reale

    Let us continue fighting. We need support in the districts we have candidates, and candidates in the districts in which we’d have support.

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  9. John Toland

    I am so glad that Dr. Ron took up this fight to begin with. I feel that he has awaken more people by his participation in the nomination process than he realizes. He got the ball rolling with ideas that we can do better as a country and major issues that affects us all. It is always inspiring when a man makes his stand known to the world and lets the world know that our leaders do not always reflect the views of the people…unfortunantly! Keep up the nobel fight and keep them on their toes!

    Thanks Dr. Ron!

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  10. Cassandra Bachrach

    Dr. Paul:

    One last thought:

    Please don’t use phrases like “until my last breath.” I do not want to even remotely contemplate your death. Let us think of LIVING while we still can!!!

    Cassandra

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  11. Cassandra Bachrach

    Dr. Paul,

    I will still attend the Revolution March (I’m traveling all the way from Oklahoma). I will still write in your name for President in November of 2008. I still stand strongly for strictly following The Constitution.

    In spite of my sense of longing and sadness at your suspending your candidacy, I still see you as a national leader–my leader–for a new revolution; A revolution for taking back the power that was originally (and still is) bestowed upon us by The U.S. Constitution: THE PEOPLE GOVERN; NOT THE ELECTED OFFICERS. ELECTED OFFICERS ARE MERELY TO CARRY THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE to a centralized location where logistical matters are recorded and checked. We’ve strayed so far from this simple tenant, recovery will be painful. Pain or no pain, the madness created by the overblown “government” must stop. Stop the madness!

    The peace movement will take effort, but I’m ready to do it. Thanks to you, I’ve gone from disgusted apathetic to energized patriot, to restore the liberty and CHOICE that goes with U.S. citizenship.

    Bless you for being exactly as you are. You are a modern-day prophet and certainly a man of honor, integrity, clarity and peace.

    Cassandra

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  12. » The Future of Ron Paul

    [...] he announced that he was ending his presidential campaign last night. Just today however, Ron Paul posted a thank you to all his supporters on his website. And this thank you makes it seem like we haven’t seen [...]

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  14. James Cook

    Ron

    Best of luck, please keep on fighting for your beliefs! I was recently introduced to your views by chance, pulling your Revolution book randomly off of the Hot List section of the library. The Founding Fathers had it right, we need to follow the course they set. How crystal clear a message in such an uncertain world.

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  15. Patrick

    I agree with your cause, and I have done so since I first saw Friedman on PBS (ironically). Keep up the good work. Something you said when you were asked how you would confront obama struck me. You said you wouldn’t go to him, you’d go to his supporters. you said you would go to the people. It made me think of the George Shaw quote “Democracy is a device that ensures we shall be governed no better than we deserve.”

    You’re right, talking to politicians is a waste of time and breath. They are not going to give up what gave them power. The people are the ones who brought us into this broken government, they are the ones with the power to fix it. It is the people’s fault, and they need to be held accountable and they are the ones that need to be convinced.

    I had never thought about just ignoring the politicians before.

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  16. Mike

    I would hope the rest of america wakes up before its to late. Thanks Dr.Paul for waking me up. I think people truely don’t realize how powerful this country is and can be.

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  17. Billy J. Wages

    Ron Paul gave me hope that we could save this country. I
    volunteered as a precinct captain, I talked to a lot of people,
    I even went undercover as a Hillary chump. Now, the son-of-a-bitch
    jumps ship. Can I have my money back?
    If he thinks that I will continue to support the gutless ass,
    he’s wrong. I’ll vote for my dead father.

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  18. Darthlung

    why are yall so easily defeated. why should he do it for you. he just went to another room and yall run and pout in the corner. spread your wings and fly on your own. he is still there fighting for us but we must also fight for ourselves. have yall leared nothing from DR. Paul. you must do it yourself and stop waiting for the government to do it for you. be self sufficient.he is against big government doing everything for the people.

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  19. Brian Williams

    I am sorry to see this end. However, Dr. Paul you have inspired me and many others to take an active role in our political process. It has been said before but it is so true, you cured my apathy. Until you came along I had never seen a candidate with a message like yours. I had lost all hope for this great country. Now as I drive around in my hometown of Warren MI and I see Ron Paul signs still proudly displayed on the front lawns of my neighbors and in the front windows of business, I know that I am not alone. The slumbering giant is awakening, and we, the silent and sleeping majority will rise and take this country back. And we owe it all to you, Dr. Paul. I thank you from the bottom of my heart, and will support you, and our Constitution, until my dying breath.

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  20. Darthlung

    Okay now what. I beleave you were Americas last chance for saving the constitution peacefully. when I voted in the midterms i felt as though I were mugged. With you in the running I felt we had a chance. but now we have Mcain or Obama, either way we the people are screwed. Im not mad at you. sad yes but not mad. You are a modern Thomas Jefferson. Patrick Henry said it best.

    “There is no longer any room for hope. If we wish to be free–if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending–if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained–we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight! An appeal to arms and to the God of hosts is all that is left us! They tell us, sir, that we are weak; unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger? Will it be the next week, or the next year? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house? Shall we gather strength but irresolution and inaction? Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance by lying supinely on our backs and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot? Sir, we are not weak if we make a proper use of those means which the God of nature hath placed in our power. The millions of people, armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us. Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations, and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us. The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave. Besides, sir, we have no election. If we were base enough to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest. There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! Our chains are forged! Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston! The war is inevitable–and let it come! I repeat it, sir, let it come.

    It is in vain, sir, to extentuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace–but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! “

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  21. Roach

    Sir, you have cured my apathy. I will not be the forgotten man. I will remember liberty forever. I will never forget watching the debate where you informed Rudy of “blowback.” I don’t believe it was blowback, I believe 9/11 was perpetrated by the global power elites, but what better way to stump a disgusting neocon slug. You have changed my life, Ron Paul, and now I can never go back to being a liberal, yuck! People now say I don’t want progress because I argue against Barry O. I want my progress and the progress of my nation to be owned by mine own hand and the hands of my fellow Americans. Government should not hold the key to progress; the only thing that progresses and grows is their incompetent power and our taxes.

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  22. davelog

    Have to agree with Dr. T M, Dr. Paul’s campaign was our best and probably only shot this election to start turning this country around and beginning to head down the right roads.

    A lot of good has come from this campaign, the Constitution is on the lips and minds of more Americans than it has been in a long time, but pulling out of the race – even in the face of futility – will pull the rug out from under the revolution. The message received is that an idealist doesn’t stand a small chance against the machine, it stands NO chance against the machine.

    Clearly, the revolution will have to be of a more traditional nature. It’s going to get a lot uglier before it gets better, and that’s a damn shame.

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  23. Matthew Anderson

    I commend you for your efforts in all of this. It is no easy task to awaken the millions of americans who live in mind numbing apathy. I really hope you’re sticking to your word and have something in plan for us. It would be unfair to open our eyes and then let us live the same way we have been. We really need a leader for thinkers like us, your supporters, who desperately want change. You may not see the change in your lifetime but you’ll go down in history as the father of a new way.

    and whoever said ‘McCain in 08′ is missing the point entirely. Just because Mr. Paul ran as a republican doesn’t mean you should vote republican. Ron Paul is a politician who, in my honest opinion, really cares about this country. He is a one of a kind politician. McCain is a war hungry businessman looking to continue this path of new world order. Right where Bush left off. Trust me.

    the sad thing is I’m pretty sure he will win. Just know McCain you do not have my vote and the American people are not for sale. Fight the Federal Reserve people. Fight the north american union, fight against tyranny in the middle east. It’s just a matter of time before the bully loses his friends and finds them turning against them. et tu brutes.

    good luck Ron Paul, I thank you for having a vision of a better tomorrow. For giving us hope that one day we will have some one to better run this country.

    everyone for a government by the people for the people say aye… everyone for business tycoons trying to sell this country out.piss off.

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  24. John Podlasek

    I actually agree with Ron. Like a good father he is turning over this revolution to the ones that will make a difference in the future. This was never about Ron Paul. I thought long ago that he never really wanted to be President.
    If we can not keep this going without him, then nothing has been accomplished. He is only testing our resolve. The real question is – Can we keep it going without Ron Paul? I hope so, or it has all been for nothing, and nothing will ever be accomplished. The status quo is betting against it. They believe without Ron there is no Revolution.
    We dont need great leaders, we need great citizens. Those who are mad at Ron Paul just are afraid of taking responsibility for this revolution. Get over it, pull up your bootstraps and keep the fight going. Its the only way forward.

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  25. Dr. T M

    Thank you, Ron Paul. We gave you our energy, our creativity, our ideas, our dedication, our hope, and our money. And you quit.

    This dying nation had one candidate who espoused commitment to the Constitution and the American people. You. When one looks at a bacon and egg breakfast, one sees the chicken is ‘involved’ but the pig is ‘committed.’ You weren’t so committed, after all; you quit.

    Now you’re starting a “Campaign for Liberty,” asking us for MORE energy, creativity, ideas, and dedication.

    As ridiculous as it sounds, I feel like your quitting is akin to my mate cheating on me ~ and wanting another chance to do it again. Yes, I know it’s preposterous. Yes, I know it’s unreasonable. Yes, I know my opinion is for naught. So how long before you quit the Campaign for Liberty ~ when you get 100,000, or 500,000, or a million ‘members?’

    What’s the big rush NOW to this so-called liberty campaign, anyway? America has been in the toilet for decades thanks to ‘politics as usual,’ and I don’t see it climbing itself out any time soon. Politicians being bought and sold; the Supreme Court making laws instead of interpreting them; none of the three branches of government remaining within their Constitutional restraints; the Oath of Office being no more than prose recited at a party that 1) is not taken seriously, and 2) is not enforced when someone fails to keep it (there’s really no point to it); the President taking on the role of elected monarch; and on, and on, is the status quo. A revolution should have started decades ago. Now FEMA has all those concentration camps built all over the United States for everyone who tries to hold the government accountable to the People according to the Constitution. What’s the rush to liberty now?

    Yes, Dr. Paul, your timing to quit is impeccable. Don’t forget to flush.

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  26. Eli

    Dr. Paul,

    I’m an Obama supporter, but I donated money to your campaign. I’m glad you have spent these past months advocating for a bunch of causes that I support. I applaud your work, and I hope that you continue doing exactly what you’ve been doing.

    Eli

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  27. Realist

    I can’t imagine anyone being surprised at this news.
    Sometimes in life you’re only left with two choices. When you find that the road you wanted to take is under construction… you take a road that is more likely to get you closer to your destination. You don’t drive West, hoping to eventually reach the Atlantic.

    McCain in 2008!

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  28. Oliver

    Dr. Paul,

    I’m awake now. Before June 2007, I lived my life thinking that I was a social-liberal, fiscal-conservative: an oddity that did not fit into the two-party system.

    I had read of you through my financial newsletters, but unfortunately, I was disposed to discounting “Republicans from Texas” … mainly due to my distaste for that other Republican from Texas.

    But as I followed your campaign more, I realized that I was not a social-liberal, fiscal-conservative: I am a constitutionalist Republican and that the GOP was, in fact, hijacked by the evangelical neoconservative.

    I’m awake now, and I have a message to spread. Thank you, Ron Paul.

    Oliver

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  29. THANK YOU from Ron Paul

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  30. G. Smith

    Ron Paul,

    A fellow co-worker opened my eyes to what is going on in our country concerning the FED and introduced me to the revolution. For a long time I have been against the war and all others. Like you, I too would wish that even the civil war could have been resolved in a peaceful way. Peace is a powerful message and you do a great job of delivering it. Like R. Beck posted above, I too am at a crossroads when it comes to the election.

    I CERTAINLY DO NOT support McCain and even though Mr. Obama does remind me of JFK in some ways, he will not lead us down the proper path. Both of these political figures are already bought and paid for by corporate America. It is so sad to see what we have allowed or government to do to us. Please help us to keep hope alive. Not for me and not for you but for our children. I have a 4 month old daughter and it hurts to know that this is what her father will leave for her to grow up in. I plan to change this and hopefully with your leadership the rest of America will join the fight. Thanks again Ron, for everything!!!!

    Your fellow American,
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  31. R. Beck

    First thank you for taking on what was probably the most difficult task of your life and giving it your all.

    While I understand why you may have come to this conclusion, I am saddened by this.

    I cannot give my vote to the likes of McCain or Obama in the election. If you have some suggestions, please advise, because right now I am out of options.

    Best Wishes and May God Bless You,
    R. Beck

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