Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Fw: Stand Tall or Stand Down?

From: "Ron Paul" <ron_paul@ronpaul2012.com>
Subject: Stand Tall or Stand Down?

Give Me Liberty Money Bomb

Dear Liberty Activist,

Yesterday, my campaign manager, John Tate, sent you a critical email about our upcoming "Give Me Liberty" Money Bomb on March 23.

If you haven't responded to his email by pledging to donate this Friday, I urge you to do so right away.

John reported on the successes we've had with securing the crucial delegate spots needed to win the nomination, and I can tell you that those are just some of the terrific victories we're experiencing.

Here's another one:

***     In Greene County, Missouri, last Saturday, my supporters won 57% of the county's delegate spots - with 63 delegates chosen to go on to the Congressional District and State Conventions!  In contrast, Rick Santorum, who was touted by the media for winning the state's beauty contest primary in February, only got 6 delegates (5%).
Matter of fact, one report on the Greene County caucus noted that party members said they had never seen so many young people show up before!

And Missouri's delegates are unbound - meaning they can vote for the candidate of their choice at the Republican National Convention!

Liberty Activist, these are the kind of results we're seeing in state after state.

Despite what the media says, this race is WIDE OPEN.

No candidate has wrapped up the delegates needed to win.

I can assure you right now that no other campaign is as organized as ours when it comes to doing the hard work needed to fight for delegates.

And no other candidate can rely on as many passionate supporters to sacrifice their time to become delegates.

There's only one thing standing between us and continuing this incredible momentum.


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The plain truth is, if I can't count on the funds to come in, I'm going to have to scale back in states where we could either gain a significant amount of delegates or outright WIN the delegation to the Republican National Convention.

That's why I'm depending on you to give this Friday.

Please pledge now to make your most generous contribution.

This Money Bomb's theme is based on Patrick Henry's "Give Me Liberty" speech.

Patrick Henry challenged the doubters, the naysayers, and the critics with his powerful words.

He stood up boldly because he relied firmly on timeless principles.

Now, freedom is being challenged again - by our own government.

And, frankly, no other candidate is going to do anything about it.

Sure, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum will tell the voters what they want to hear.

But their records prove how they will actually govern - as big spending, Big Government, status quo politicians.

Will we stand tall at this crucial hour like Patrick Henry did?

Or will we simply stand down?

This Friday's Give Me Liberty Money Bomb is our chance to prove that we're in this race to win.

That means securing delegate spots and providing them with what they need to make it all the way to Tampa.

That means keeping as many staff on the ground as we can in as many states as possible.

That means needing funds to fight back against any attempts to shut us out at the local, state, and national conventions.

And that means I'm relying on you more than ever.

Please, pledge right away and then honor that pledge by donating on March 23.

"Restore America Now" is more than a campaign slogan.

It's what we can DO - if we give it our all when it matters most.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S.  Patrick Henry stood up to the naysayers and proudly argued for liberty.

Today, our campaign is the only one promising to bring real change and get this nation back on track.

We're experiencing success after success all across the country in securing the delegates critical to winning the nomination.

But if my campaign is to capitalize on this momentum, I must have the funds to strengthen our efforts.

Please, pledge today to donate to our Give Me Liberty Money Bomb on March 23.

I'm relying on you now more than ever.

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