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Ron Paul Overwhelmingly Re-elected to Congress

March 5, 2008

Although Ron Paul garnered only 5% of the vote in yesterday’s Texas Republican Presidential primary, the 14th District re-elected him with more than 70% of the vote.  Congressman Paul defeated Republican challenger Chris Peden by 2 to 1; there was no Democratic opponent.  Source: Galveston Daily News

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3 Comments
  1. Pollyanna permalink
    March 5, 2008 10:21 am

    Yay! I like to think of the 5% as 70,000. That’s a looot of people in one state with a massively countercultural viewpoint.

  2. Paul V permalink
    March 5, 2008 11:18 am

    Fox News someone need to catch this this morning on CNN there were talking to Hilary and Barack,,, and Barack admited he is not qualified to answer the phone when it come down to be president,,,

    CNN
    Your morning news on this morning talking ,,, talking to Hilary & Barack about who would be better to answer that 3am old phone call,, Hilary said all the stuff that makes her qualified, ,,,which is alot,, but then they asked ,,,, All Barack Obama said,,, Hilary did not explain to him why she is qualified,,,then started to say No one is Qualified, Well To a lot of people Obama Just admited He is not Qualified,,, to be president,,, That Video clip is going out on Utube, My space all the blogging pages,, Hilary just said,,, and gave all her qualification and Obama says she has None and No one has that Qaulification,,,,,, Why Can’t CNN the leader in NEWS follow up ,,, ON the Air He admits He is not qualified ,,, Maybe Msnbc new and Abrams, Or Fox news would do with this report from CNN with the admitance he is not qualified,,, CNN IS protecting OBAMAthe barack obama head quarters, ,,,,


    Paul Valenz

  3. Ron Holland permalink
    March 5, 2008 6:47 pm

    FreedomFest 2008 – Ron Paul has just been confirmed as a speaker and will join our 100 plus speakers and 1,000 plus attendees in Las Vegas on July 10 -12 at Freedomfest 2008. We must continue the campaign to promote the Ron Paul Revolution of liberty, a return to limited constitutional government and free markets to the American public.
    See http://www.freedomfest.com
    Thanks,
    Ron Holland, Wolf Laurel, NC
    http://www.ronaldholland.com

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