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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Ron Paul Expected To Launch 2012 Campaign Today

Ron Paul to run for President in 2012


This is the Press Release:


Media Advisory: Ron Paul in Des Moines Tomorrow to Make Important Announcement

LAKE JACKSON, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Congressman Ron Paul will be in Des Moines, Iowa tomorrow, April 26th, to make an important announcement about his political organization.
Dr. Paul will hold a press conference at 3:45 pm CT in the Library Room at the north end of the Holiday Inn Des Moines Airport, located at 6111 Fleur Drive in Des Moines. Members of the Media are most welcome to attend.

Contacts

Liberty PAC
Jesse Benton, 202-246-6363

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It looks like Ron Paul will be having another go at becoming President. In the 1988 Presidential Election, he he ran as a Libertarian and received 0.47% of the popular vote. In the 2008 Republican Primaries, he garnered 1.6% of the delegate count despite his online jihadists infantile poll swarming tactics. In the 2012 Republican Primaries, I expect him to receive no more than 8% of the delegate count.


I hope that his followers will be nicer this time around, but I'm not holding my breath. 


If you are interested in finding out more about Ron Paul, visit Ron Paul.


Previously:


Ron Paul Articles







I've written extensively regarding the regional Ron Paul Supporters, so join me for a walk down memory lane. 

Takeover Series (in chronological order):








And, in reverse chronological order, here are other posts about Ron Paul and his supporters over the course of the past couple of years they've been on my radar as I attempted to draw distinctions between them and conservatism:








McCain Clinches GOP Nomination (included because Ron Paul only got 5% in his home state of Texas!)

























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