Monday, March 31, 2008

Ron Paul may visit Pittsburgh on April 3

Thursday, April 3, 1:00 AM

Where: (A location for this meeting hasn't been chosen yet)

Meeting Description: Rumor has it that Ron Paul will be visiting Pittsburgh (Oakland) on April 3, 2008. The exact time and location is unknown. Keep your schedule clear.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

John K. says: With Ron Paul out of the race I see this blog has declared for Hillary Clinton. Liberalism runs deep and sometimes tries to disguise itself as fair and balanced.

Mark Rauterkus said...

More foolish words have never been posted.

Ron Paul is IN the race and on the ballot. He is not going to get the nomination -- but I'm still for Ron Paul, even without a vote.

This blog has not been declared for Hillary either.

I expect that my vote will be announced in October -- before the Nov 2008 election.

Anonymous said...

John K. says: Rauterkus, seeing as how I am the only one who posts in this blog, I make my posts aimed at you. If you delete them you first have to read them. I win! You get those 10 votes yet? LOL

Harold said...

Dr. Paul will be speaking at Bellefield Auditorium, at 9pm, Thursday April 3rd, according to the latest info I've received.

MH said...

I can think of more foolish words than the first comment. How about "I give you the next president of the United States, Ron Paul."

Mark Rauterkus said...

Those words from Matt H are easy to top in foolishness.

How about: IRAQ has weapons of mass distruction. But, really, those thoughts were a fabrication and the US Intelligence knew it all along.

How about: We go to war for oil -- and the price jumps from $26 to $107 per barrel.

How about: Canada's dollar gains in value over that of the US$ -- due to stupid economic policy. The foolish part is the policy part.

Ron Paul isn't perfect -- but -- he is much better for your future, Matt, than you'll ever realize.

MH said...

I am the same MH from two comments above. However, I'm not 'Matt'. I'll use some other name if I comment again. My apologies to Mark and Matt for any confusion.