Ron Paul: Conviction, Not Compromise!

Ron Paul’s First 2012 TV Ad

Are you ready to watch Ron Paul’s much-anticipated first TV ad for the 2012 primaries?

Released earlier today, the 65-second spot is dedicated to Ron Paul’s principled stance on the debt ceiling controversy. As we all know, only Ron Paul will not compromise when it comes to cutting spending and balancing the budget!

Watch the ad now:

In the 1980s they did it to Reagan – a debt ceiling compromise, Democrats promising spending cuts, but delivering only tax hikes. The 1990s brought more compromises, more broken promises and more new taxes. This August, the next chapter will be written, a defining moment. $14 trillion in debt, millions unemployed, the dollar in decline. We know where they stand. But will our party’s leaders repeat the mistakes of the past? Will they choose compromise or conviction? One candidate has always been true, Ron Paul. Cut spending, balance the budget, no deals. Standing up to the Washington machine, guided by principle. Restore America now.



Best ad EVER!! GO, GO, GO, Dr. NO!!! Ron Paul 2012! I am a BLUE REPUBLICAN!!!!


Great ad. Very topical, as it leverages TEA Party disgust over Boehner and McConnell rolling over to let Obama raise the debt ceiling so they can hopefully blame the Democrats in the fall. Americans know we’re WAY beyond playing the blame game, and it’s long past time to do something. They’re finally figuring out the fact that the GOP establishment differs from the Democratic establishment in marketing only. They’re both the party of big government. Ron Paul 2012!


Outstanding! It’s great and it’s much more polished than 2008.


Very exciting ad. Makes the right point that compromise with reducing the increases only yields more than what should be and feeds the big government machine with our labors and our children’s future. What part of CUT don’t you understand? We cannot have less government while spending ever more! Chop spending to equal revenues, end of story.
Great ad – well done – share with everyone in your email address book!!! Let’s go viral !!!


That was the best campaign commerical I have ever seen. First class all the way.


conviction is based on fundamental principles that do not change when circumstances change, because they are always valid (like freedom and rights). (based in courage)
compromise (of principles), is sophistry, which changes to suit an agenda and in order to deceive and manipulate. (based in fear and a reactionary, irrational nature)(giving up freedom for the illusory “security”…)

Robert M.:

Ron Paul is vilified by Republicans and Democrats, marginalized by the news media and a clear and present danger to the global elite.

Furthermore, he is the ONLY Presidential Candidate with the historical conviction, unwavering values and powerful intellect that can provide true leadership in our country’s time of need.

He’s more than a mere candidate, he is an idea whose time has come!

By way of comparison, here’s a quick flashback to Ron Paul’s first TV ad back from the 2008 election season.

The ostensibly low-budget homage to Ron Paul became an online sensation and an instant classic with grassroots supporters, but it did not have much of an impact on New Hampshire voters.

Ron Paul’s First 2008 TV Ad


  • nerad1994

    Whatabout romney or baxhman?

  • KingToads

    Voting for Ron Paul if he makes it to presidental voting… Bacchman seems like a bitch..

  • jsmith2144

    does anyone know what day this movie come out? it looks awesome.

  • jsmith2144

    balanced budget productions

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  • MrOhScheisse

    Ron paul is a man of honor

  • heathdwatts

    How can a person simultaneously be a medical doctor while embracing the nonsense of Libertarianism? Is Ron Paul stupid, evil, or both?

  • ICantDecryptTheCode

    ron paul is a joke. I hope the CIA rigs the Ames poll and puts Paul in 4th place. What a joke. FUCK LIBERTARIANS.

  • narukofan2

    Ron Paul For President

    Vote Ron Paul 2012

  • sinecurve9999

    Let me spell it out for you people! No debt ceiling increase = downgraded credit rating = higher interest rates on national and personal debts, which means we will be more in the hole in the future. Conviction, eh? Sounds like you just can’t handle a republic.

    If you don’t pay taxes, you aren’t making money. It is simple as that. The rich do make a ton of money, but they’re just better at hiding it away. Job-creators? Doubtful!

  • shotsky94

    Tea Party extremists will never be elected

  • Iomegadrive1

    This does not show Ron Pauls beliefs what so ever. More Democrat bashing from the right in typical fasion. Showing only what Democrats have done to the economy but not showing what the republicans have done recently. I am happy to be independent. I like Ron Paul but he did not make this nonsense.

  • GizmoMofo7

    i pray that america will wise up and actually research some information on ron paul instead of judging him by false rumors and distortion. unfortunately that will unlikely happen but its good to be optimistic.

    ron paul…the only candidate without that corporate smirk… RP 2012 – from a 18 year old future voter.

  • rimacho14

    marijuana will finally be legalize and regulated and the war on drugs will be over if you vote for Ron Paul 2012

  • hydroflame8

    soory need to spread my ideals

  • ChristianWorldOrder2

    everyone keep spreading the word about Ron Paul more people need to wake up to this man and vote for him in 2012 i am going to convince everyone at my job and my family to vote for Ron Paul

  • 1604197813

    In order for our movement to succeed in electing a real President like Ron Paul in 2012, we must all work together. Americans Ron Paul 2012.

  • leeda

    @ jimlapp 777

    you asked
    “I’ve got a silly question: if Ron was consistent, wouldn’t he say that you don’t even need to get a prescription to buy pills because it’s up to you if you want to listen your doctor, your pharmacist, past experience or whatever?”

    You mean the way our great grandfather and grandmothers did.. yeah, that kind of personal responsibility is scary for some people. But you cannot have liberty without personal responsibility and accountability.

    I cannot answer for Ron Paul, but I would ask you, “Why should it not be up to me to decide if I want to listen to my doctor, pharmacist, or depend on my own past experience.?” If I take pills that do my body harm, then I would be responsible for the outcome, no one to blame, no law suit to drive up health care cost. If I abuse medication and the result is that I commit a crime, at that point I become responsible to society for breaking a law. Until then I should be master of my own choices, especially about what I do with my own body.

    • Lone Puma


      I do believe you answered your own question.
      I would never advocate going against common sense; however, if it’s depleted, I would suggest you speak to someone of your choice to find out if whether or not you need to be on some specific assistance for a healthier life.

      I personally would solicit the help of a professional, but there are always risks involved in most everything we do. Praying about a matter may indeed bring us clarification toward a positive resolve.

      Kindly said

  • Lone Puma

    The reality of this video, parts 1 through 2 are revealing biblical prophesy! What Obama has planed for the unanticipated immediate future for America–that may very well make you SICK!!

    The Nazi gospel warned of a world about to collapse, an eternal twilight that threatens to engulf the earth. Now, the duplicity of Obama with the Shadow government, (Bilderberg group and Illuminati) have escalated the action of collapsing the American economy with its takeover! Obama has been covertly assisting–using his presidency to aid in the Shadow government’s evil agenda, which is about to be introduced as the New World Order. America’s sovereignty could very well end before the next election!

    Keep Ron Paul in mind and in prayer, who understands what must be done to save America’s sovereignty!

    Video 1

    Video 2

  • leeda

    Ron Paul may never be President, but he has taken a stand for, and given a voice to a principle. As Americans we should have learned by now that no President has the power to make real changes without the House and the Senate behind him. We need to concentrate on the principles that Ron Paul stands for, we need to elect local, state, and national politicians who understand and stand for, these principles. One man can’t do it alone.

    Ron Paul outlines them in his book, “Liberty Defined”

    1. Rights belong to individuals, not groups; they derive from our nature and can neither be granted nor taken away by government.

    2. All peaceful, voluntary economic and social associations are permitted; consent is the basis of the social and economic order.

    3. Justly acquired property is privately owned by individuals and voluntary groups, and this ownership cannot be arbitrarily voided by governments.

    4. Government may not redistribute private wealth or grant special privileges to any individual or group.

    5. Individuals are responsible for their own actions; government cannot and should not protect us from ourselves.

    6. Government may not claim the monopoly over a people’s money and governments must never engage in official counterfeiting, even in the name of macroeconomic stability.

    7. Aggressive wars, even when called preventative, and even when they pertain only to trade relations, are forbidden.

    8. Jury nullification, that is, the right of jurors to judge the law as well as the facts, is a right of the people and the courtroom norm.

    9. All forms of involuntary servitude are prohibited, not only slavery but also conscription, forced association, and forced welfare distribution.

    10. Government must obey the law that it expects other people to obey and thereby must never use force to mold behavior, manipulate social outcomes, manage the economy, or tell other countries how to behave.