Ron Paul Revolution Enters Crucial Countdown To Iowa
By Paul Joseph Watson
With Ron Paul now firmly established as a top tier candidate just weeks away from the crucial caucuses in Iowa and New Hampshire, the Paul campaign is set to launch what could turn out to be the biggest ever single day online money bomb in the history of U.S. politics.
Back in 2007, Ron Paul supporters made history by raising $6 million in online contributions in a single 24 hour period, beating the single day record for a national candidate.
That total could easily be topped on December 16th, when the Paul campaign launches its 'Tea Party Money Bomb' as part of a final mail, radio, and TV ad push in Iowa.
However, Paul has urged his supporters to donate as soon as possible so as to fund ad buys in Iowa. Paul's TV ads have been devastating to his Republican rivals thus far, with the latest being targeted against Newt Gingrich's "serial hypocrisy".
The crucial Iowa caucus takes place on January 3rd with New Hampshire following a week later on January 10th.
"We need to do well in Iowa and New Hampshire, because it's very important for perception," Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton said to POLITICO after the Michigan debate. "It's also important because the voters in those states are very adept and astute at evaluating candidates, so we need to be in the top three in those states, no question about it," Mr. Benton added.
"If you were holding off on contributing until the Money Bomb later this month, I must ask you to please contribute today at least half of whatever you were planning to give on the 16th," Mr. Paul said in a campaign email.
As Michael Brendan Dougherty highlights, the next few weeks could be the most exciting ever in the history of the Ron Paul Revolution. It's no longer a stretch to say that Ron Paul has a genuine chance of building the kind of momentum that could see him secure the Republican candidacy.
"This is no longer a political novelty act. It's not a seminar on the Constitution disguised as a campaign. This is the emergence of a populist-libertarian force that is growing into an organized movement in American politics. And if Paul shocks the establishment in Iowa, January 3rd 2012 will be recorded in history as this movement's coming out party," writes Dougherty.
As numerous polls have shown, should Paul become the Republican nominee, he has every chance of defeating Barack Obama in a head to head run off. The most recent survey conducted by NBC-Marist shows that Paul has the best chance of beating Obama compared to all the other Republican candidates. Paul is currently tied with Obama 42-42, whereas Newt Gingrich trails Obama 47-37 and Mitt Romney is behind 46-39.
There are also reports that Democrats are abandoning Obama in droves over his vast expansion of the U.S. Military's involvement in foreign conflicts and registering as Republicans simply so they can vote for Ron Paul.
Now has never been a more important time to get behind Ron Paul's 2012 presidential campaign, and we encourage all our readers to donate either before or on the day of the next scheduled money bomb by visiting http://www.ronpaul2012.com/.