Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Ron Paul has been busy this summer -- planning the next chapter

An email from Ron Paul:
If they expected us to retire quietly from the scene, the political elite are in for a surprise.

Today I am making some very big announcements.

First, from August 31 to September 2 in Minneapolis, we will host a handful of events that will shake the political establishment. Everything will culminate on Tuesday with the official launch of the Campaign for Liberty at the Rally for the Republic.

The Campaign for Liberty will be the largest organization for peace, freedom, the Constitution, and sound money in American history. It will launch in grand fashion with lots of special guests and - if the early television and print inquiries we've received are any indication - plenty of media attention.

I would like to personally invite you and your family to join me and thousands of others in Minneapolis for these events and send a message to the Republican Party.

Tickets will go on sale for the Rally for the Republic this Friday, July 25 @ 10AM CST. We want this to be an unforgettable day, so we are holding a ticket bomb all day Friday in the tradition of our famous money bombs. How many seats can we sell on the first day?

In patriotic fashion all tickets will cost $17.76, so you can afford to bring the whole family.

This leads me to the second big announcement. After measuring the excitement and enthusiasm, we decided that the Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota was just too small to hold you. Therefore, we are making a significant upgrade. The Rally for the Republic will now take place at the Target Center, the largest arena in Minneapolis!

This promises to be the most spirited and provocative political event of the year! We held some very large rallies during the presidential campaign, but I have never attempted anything of this scale before. Its success rests entirely in your hands.

Later this week I will announce two internationally renowned musicians as headliners for the Rally for the Republic. We'll also be joined by rock star Aimee Allen, NBC's Tucker Carlson, Barry Goldwater Jr., Gov. Gary Johnson, conservative stalwart Grover Norquist, former Reagan deputy Attorney General Bruce Fein, presidential historian Doug Wead, MTV's Adam Curry, musician Mark Scibilia, and Frank Sinatra impersonator Rick Ellis. Other special guests will be announced soon.

My staff has been working overtime to provide you with three full days of entertainment. Please visit the schedule page of the website and read all about upcoming events. We also have a lodging page to help you find accommodations in Minneapolis.

Together we are taking back our government and restoring the republic. Please join me in Minneapolis to kickoff the Campaign for Liberty and support our Revolution. Can I count on you to be there?

In Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S. I know that you have done so much already, but with both major party nominees threatening to lead us into bankruptcy at home and more wars abroad, the success of the Rally for the Republic and the launch of the Campaign for Liberty is crucial. Please do what you can to be in Minneapolis August 31 - September 2 and send a loud and clear message of freedom, peace, and prosperity.


Pol. Adv. Paid for by Committee to Re-Elect Ron Paul


Anonymous said...

John K: Ron Paul said he is a Republican. He takes Republican money for his campaign. He uses Republican voter lists. Yet, after being given a chance to make his case and convincing only 6%, he chooses to go this route? Ron Paul was never a Republican. He was a loon out to hijack a party. Shame on him and his supporters.

Mark Rauterkus said...

Ron Paul is a Republican member of the US House -- now -- and in the past. The Republicans in Texas voted for him -- again.

Ron Paul generates more money and energy for the Republicans than he takes.

Twisted again John K.

Anonymous said...

John K: Ron Paul does not support the Republican Nominee McCain. Nope no Republican he. He just wants access to the Republican base and their donor list. A Phony like you out to hijack a party.

Mark Rauterkus said...

Ron Paul did not take money from the FEDs for his election -- like McCain must and chooses to do. McCain can't raise the money he wants to burn. Paul had plenty of money and still is making enough to continue the fight.

The R base is like dust in the wind. It is shattered.

Twisted John K.