Ron Paul Raises More Than $4.2 Million
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, aided by an extraordinary outpouring of Internet support Monday, hauled in more than $4.2 million in nearly 24 hours.
Paul, the Texas congressman with a libertarian tilt and an out-of-Iraq pitch, entered heady fundraising territory with a surge of Web-based giving tied to the commemoration of Guy Fawkes Day.
Fawkes was a British mercenary who failed in his attempt to kill King James I on Nov. 5, 1605. He also was the model for the protagonist in the movie "V for Vendetta." Paul backers motivated donors on the Internet with mashed-up clips of the film on the online video site YouTube as well as the Guy Fawkes Day refrain: "Remember, remember the 5th of November."More ...
Now we have the money, with more being donated daily. We have the volunteers, with more coming on board every day, now we NEED EVERYONE TO REGISTER REPUBLICAN NOW TODAY URGENTLY.
It would be a catastrophe for the USA if Ron Paul is not elected because his supporters do not do enough to convincingly win the primaries.
IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER AS A REPUBLICAN TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES, YOU ARE GOING TO LOSE THE USA TO THE NORTH AMERICAN UNION.
SOMEBODY ORGANIZE A REGISTRATION BOMB DAY LIKE THIS NOV.5TH MONEY BOMB DAY.