The Judge interviews Ron Paul

Judge Andrew Napolitano calls Ron Paul the “most intellectually honest candidate in the race for the Republican ticket.”

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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3 Responses to The Judge interviews Ron Paul

  1. Steve O. says:

    Yeah, Money talks Bullsh*t walks. Unless Ron Paul’s campaign starts bringing in the dough, this guy is never going to have a chance.

  2. Uri Brito says:

    Hi Steve. Do I know you? Well, I think you are correct. Paul said earlier that “money talks.” I think we will be highly surprised when this quarter ends in September 30th. Michael Badnarik expects great gain in the Paul campaign after September 30th.
    I have just read this morning that the Paul campaign raised half a million this week…in one week! I do agree, however, that if I am wrong, and if Paul ends up in 6th place for contributions, his campaign will suffer a major loss. Let us pray otherwise.

  3. Robert Michael fo the Saints says:

    I also remember some time at the Iowa Strw poll he had a best day of 72,000. If he is raising 20-30K a day, thats another 600k since the Iowa straw poll.

    What you have to also realize; Pauls campaigne has 40,000 meet-up people working for the campaign for FREE!!! So, the money that others spend on staff is eating up funds.

    Paul’s campaign may not have much, but what they do have they can put to the best most important use.

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