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Friday, November 23, 2007

Submit Your Questions for You Tube

Republicans Debates

The Youtube/CNN Republican Debates. The debates are sceduled on November 28,2007, but you only have until Midnight on November 25, 2007, to upload your video questions to youtube. Below is a video sample of what people submitted.
I really found this of interest and thought people who decided to submit these videos had some really good questions.

I really liked the question the submitter asked about the national debt. He made a prime example of how spending is way out of control. That is one of the most important issues we are facing in this election year.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Thanksgiving Wishes


Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Ron Paul Supporters Video and his Debate on CNN

This video is old, back from June 5,2007, but I love the beginning of it and the supporters of Dr. Paul for president.
I really enjoy the clips in the video of the CNN debate. It is all around an excellent video.
Please watch it and make your own opinion.

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Upcoming Republican Debate by CNN & You Tube

On November 25, 2007, You Tube and CNN have combined forces for a Presidential debate of the Republican candidates for 2008.
You Tube has even given an opporutnity to broadcast yourself and ask a question by video to the presidential candidate of your choice. You may
click here to find out more information on it.
The Democrats had a simular debate back in the early summer on CNN. I think this is a great idea for potential voter and a once in a lifetime chance to ask the presdiential candidate a question that you are the most interested in voting for.

A Picture from the Democratic CNN/Youtube debate

I will be watching this debate on Novemeber 25 with much interest. I will be interested to see all the Republican candidates debate on CNN. Eventually I will be posting my opinion of the candidates and how well I felt they did on the debate.

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Sunday, November 18, 2007

College Students Support Grows for Support of Ron Paul

"U.S. Representative Paul (R-Texas) is running for the Republican presidential nomination on a platform of restoring the country to the values of the Constitution and founding fathers. Specifically, he wants to pull troops out of Iraq, repeal the income tax, abolish the Federal Reserve and put America back on the gold standard.
"It's those views that make him the Republican Party's most radical candidate; they are also beliefs that have made Paul an icon for many college-aged voters."

from CBS News.

It won't be much longer until the Mainstream Media will not be able to ignore Dr. Ron Paul.