05
May
11

2012: First Ron Paul Money Bomb

Showing my support for one of the VERY FEW politicians that isn’t afraid of talking about limited government and fiscal responsibility. Contribute here to show support.

Dear Liberty Activist,

Tonight is the first Republican Presidential debate in Greenville, South Carolina, and as you know, the grassroots has launched a Money Bomb for today.

These two events will go a long way toward my making a final decision on running for President.

Unlike 2007, our issues have been thrust into the spotlight during a critical time in America – a time like no other in my life. And you can be sure I will sound the call to bring a change to policy and politics loud and clear tonight.

More and more Americans are waking up to the fact that we need to balance our budget, rein in the Federal Reserve, restore civil liberties, and return to a constitutional foreign policy.

In just a few short hours, the grassroots Money Bomb has raised $312,465.83!

If you have contributed already, thank you! If not, I hope you will now, as grassroots support is a key indication to me of what I should do… and a critical marker the media and establishment use to decide whom to cover and how to treat them.

I hope you will help show the establishment how strong we are.

Please chip in to help make the Debate Day Money Bomb a huge success.

Some people are giving as much as $2,500 (the maximum allowed), and others have already pledged to give $1,000, $500, or $250.

Many others are giving $10, $25, or $50.

Whatever you can do will help us send a clear message to the political establishment that our movement is here to stay, and our issues will not go away.

So click here to make a generous contribution of $10, $25, $50, or even $2,500 – the maximum allowed – to help make the Debate Day Money Bomb a massive success.

I also hope you will watch the debate on Fox tonight.

Thank you for all that you do in the name of Liberty.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

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