New World Order media pundits attempt to distort Ron Paul's fund raising victory

New World Order media pundits attempt to distort Ron Paul's fund raising victory
  Most Ron Paul supporters had never heard of Guy Fawkes before media pundits attempted to stain Ron Paul's fund raising victory by using its date (Nov. 5, 2007) to allege a connection with Guy Fawkes. Ron Paul's campaign fund raising promotion never made any mention of Guy Fawkes, or his attempt to blow up the Parliament on Nov. 5, 1605. In light of the reality that there are only 365 days in the year, we should realize that any date can be arbitrarily associated with some negative historical event.
  This is especially true when taking such license as to desperately search back to over 400 years.
  The fact that Nov. 5 most often appears as the date for American elections was ignored. This leads one to discern that such a misrepresentation could not possibly be attributed to mere stupidity. Recently these pundits had claimed that Ron Paul's support was merely "spammers" and "hackers", who were manipulating the polls. Now they dodge having to "eat their own words" by "grabbing at straws" with an outlandish fabrication designed to stain this clear demonstration of real support.
    The encouraging reality is that Ron Paul is no longer a "long shot", to be ignored by the media.
  Gandhi said:
  "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."
Ron Paul has just graduated to the next level. It appears that the intent is to make Dr. Paul appear to be some "radicalized thought crime" candidate.

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The New York Times

November 6, 2007

Ron Paul Raises More Than $4 Million in One Day

Historians and British schoolchildren remember Guy Fawkes as the
Roman Catholic, anti-Protestant rebel who on Nov. 5, 1605, tried to
assassinate King James I by blowing up the Parliament. Supporters of
the Republican primary campaign of the libertarian Representative Ron
Paul may remember Fawkes as a wildly successful fund-raising gimmick.

On Monday, a group of Paul supporters helped raised more than $4.07
million in one day - approaching what the campaign raised in the
entire last quarter - through a Web site called ThisNovember5th. com,
a reference to the day the British commemorate the thwarted bombing.

Many fans of Mr. Paul know of the day primarily through a movie based
on the futuristic graphic novel "V for Vendetta," by Alan Moore and
David Lloyd, in which a terrorist modeled after Fawkes battles a
fascist government that has taken over Britain.

The Paul campaign has raised more than $6.84 million in the first
five weeks of this quarter, more than the $5 million it raised from
July 1 to Oct. 1. Many of the contributions appeared to come through
the independent Fawkes effort, but how much was unclear.

On Monday alone, the campaign signed up more than 21,000 new donors,
said Jesse Benton, a campaign spokesman.

Among 2008 presidential candidates, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of
New York holds the record for raising the most in a single day: $6.2
million on June 30. But Mr. Paul has surpassed the best day of Mitt
Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, who raised $3.14 million
on Jan. 8.

ThisNovember5th. com includes video clips and the text of a speech by
Mr. Paul, a 10-term Texas congressman. In it, Mr. Paul declares, "The
true patriot challenges the state when the state embarks on enhancing
its power at the expense of the individual."

Mr. Paul has stood out from the Republican field for his opposition
to the war in Iraq. In the speech he argues that the fight against
terrorism is threatening American democracy.

"The American Republic is in remnant status," he says. "The stage is
set for our country eventually devolving into military dictatorship,
and few seem to care."

Mr. Benton clarified that Mr. Paul did not support blowing up
government buildings. "He wants to demolish things like the
Department of Education," Mr. Benton said, "but we can do that very
peacefully, in a constructive manner."

Copyright 2007 The New York Times Company
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    November 6, 2007

Amazing! I have to admit being floored by the $4.2 million dollars you raised yesterday for this campaign. And unlike the fatcat operations of the opposition, the average contribution from our 36,672 donors was $103.

I say "you raised," because this historic event was created, organized, and run by volunteers. This is the spirit that has protected American freedom in our past; this is the spirit that is doing so again.

Some of the mainstream media have sat up and taken notice. Others have pooh-poohed our record online fundraising. But the day is coming--far faster than they know--when they will not be able to ignore our freedom revolution.

We are working hard, with you, to spread our message far and wide-in New Hampshire, in South Carolina, in Iowa, and in every other state with a primary. And people are listening.

As you and I know, there is hope for America-in liberty and peace, and the prosperity they bring. There is hope for America--in a sound dollar, the rule of law, and the Constitution. There is hope for America--in a people's revolution that brings us all together, of whatever race and age and background.

What momentum we have! Please help me keep it up. As you and I know, and our opponents are only suspecting, we have Success on our minds, and in our hearts.

Freedom! Surely it is worth all our hard work. Please help me continue to do that work, with your continuing support

Without your help, this campaign would be dead in the water. Help us keep steaming towards victory.