CPAC 2011: The Ron Paul Revolution Continues!

CPAC is going to be amazing this year and Ron Paul hopes that we’ll join him! Check out a review of last year’s conference and read Ron Paul’s invitation to all supporters:

Dear Supporter,

By now you have heard of my involvement at CPAC (the Conservative Political Action Conference) in Washington, DC February 10-12 and the events sponsored by Campaign for Liberty.

In 2010, Campaign for Liberty had a major showing at CPAC as we were joined by hundreds of liberty activists from all across the country.

In 2011, Campaign for Liberty is proud to once again be a CPAC sponsor, but our ultimate impact this year is up to you.

On February 10-12, Campaign for Liberty will hold events with myself, my son Rand, Tom Woods, Bruce Fein, Jacob Hornberger, Jack Hunter and many more liberty leaders. A full schedule of our events is listed by clicking here.

But the success of our activities and level of our effectiveness depend on our members turning out in even stronger numbers than last year’s impressive showing.

That’s why I really need your help to bring as many believers in freedom out to the event.

If you have a valid student ID, your ticket to the conference is $11. A regular adult ticket is $89.

You can click here to get your ticket(s) today.

For those of you who are traveling to Washington, DC and will need a place to stay for the weekend, Campaign for Liberty is offering discounted lodging packages on a first-come, first-serve basis.

In the past, I have found CPAC to be a great time spent with friends and fellow believers in liberty. It has always refreshed me and given me the energy to continue to promote the ideas of freedom.

I am certain that this year’s CPAC will be the best one yet for Campaign for Liberty however our success depends on you.

I am asking you to join me at CPAC, February 10-12 and help the message of freedom ring loud and clear. I cannot do it without you.

Please don’t miss out. Get your ticket(s) today.

In Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S. Join great liberty speakers and your fellow liberty activists at CPAC in Washington, D.C. on February 10-12 as Campaign for Liberty demonstrates the strength of the liberty message. Purchase your ticket(s) right away.

  • summersun

    I was disgusted at the insufferable behavior of the Ron Paul hecklers at CPAC
    a fine example in intolerance and a blatant display of ignorance…


  • Dave


    Let’s say we were to completely ignore the myriad of scientific evidence supporting the theory that homosexuality is genetic. Let’s say, for argument’s sake, it is a choice.

    We live, believe it or not, in a free society; a society which was founded upon the principles of individual liberty. If you so choose, Ben, you can speak negatively of those in power, you can start a business, you can practice ANY religion.

    If homosexuality was in fact a choice, we as free individuals should have the right to engage in homosexual relationships. The whole premise that homosexuals should be denied marriage rights stems DIRECTLY from your bible. Should our government be inflicting biblical principles on our nation? Let’s see some of the OTHER things which can be found in the bible, besides the damnation of homosexuals:

    Exodus 21:7 – “If a man sells his daughter as a female slave, she is not to go free as the male slaves do.”

    Lev 20:9 – those who curse their mother or father should be put to death

    Lev 20:19 – any man who has sex or sees naked a woman on her period, then both should be exiled

    Exodus 35:2 – those who choose to work on Sunday should be put to death

    touching the skin of a dead pig makes one unclean. Leviticus 11:7 If they promise to wear gloves can the Washington Redskins still play football? Can Notre Dame?

    Does the whole town really have to be together to stone my brother, John, for planting different crops side by side? Can I burn my mother in a small family gathering for wearing garments made from two different threads?

    If you take just a moment to use that powerful thinking machine atop your head, maybe you will realize just how irrational your beliefs are, and the reason why your holy book should have no place atop your nightstand, never mind our government.

  • Billy jackson

    All i know is how i am,you leave me alone ill leave you alone.And dropping bombs on people and sack their homes with machine guns,they tend to get angry,look they fought the only way they could on 9/11.its war ok.we leave them alone they leave us alone.

    But really We need to end the fed,close most of theise bases,and shutdown most government agencys,prifurably family courts,cps,scu,epa,and we need to get ridd of nafta,and a fue more trade deals.that have only worked for other countrys.

    Look equal protection under the law.not what brings states couffers more money.
    and if i want to smoke a joint,thats my buisness not uncle sams,or any states. i would love to actually have some money out of my check.

  • Ben

    I met Ron Paul at CPAC 2007. He was a little known candidate at the time, and he spoke to a small room of dedicated supporters. It was easy to talk to him afterward. I just followed him out the door and called his name.

    He was friendly enough. He just seemed awfully soft in the head, prattling on about how Islamic terrorism is really no big deal, and they’ll leave us alone if we leave them alone, and in the end it’s really all our fault. Typical Ron Paul bullshit, I’m sure most of you believe in it. It takes a profound ignorance of history to come to this conclusion, but I guess that’s what blind Ron Paul supporters believe.

    I’ve heard that since 2007, CPAC has really become Ron Paul’s show, with his goons showing up in greater numbers every year. Now I’m sure that you think that that’s something to celebrate. But it appears that they go out of their way to intimidate and to push real conservatives like Ryan Sorba out of the movement so that it becomes as small as possible. (Apparently, “true conservatives” spout the gay agenda endlessly, and “true conservatives” refuse to entertain any notion that contradicts the yet unproven theory that homosexuality is genetic)

    Oh yes, and if anyone mentions the words terrorism, jihad, war on terror, Iraq, or Afghanistan, they boo like a bunch of small children. Is this the movement you want to be a part of? They don’t offer counter arguments, they just boo and scream.

    Basically, Ron Paul ruined CPAC. Well, not Ron Paul. His zombie followers did. Thanks, douchebags!