December 16th, an anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, there is going to be a mass donation; a Money Bomb, donated to Ron Pauls organization. http://www.teaparty07.com/ At the time of this post there are more than 27 thousand other people who are pledging to donate 100$ to Ron Pauls campaign to become President. 2.7 million dollars in one day. This will also be enough to push us over Ron Pauls request for 12 million dollars in 3 months.
This is similar to the push that was organized on November 5th that raised 4.3 million dollars for Ron Paul
There are people out there that don't believe that Ron Paul is going to make it but I would ask them how many of the other candidates have followers that are this devoted to what they believe in?
I really want Ron Paul to win because I really believe in his platform. I don't understand how people can't. He wants to follow the document that every American should hold dear; The Constitution. He wants to make sure that the American dollar grows in strength. He wants us to quit funding a war that was never approved by congress and isn't what the American people want. How can people not be behind that. It is these kinds of Grassroots organizations that make me feel that the concepts that this country was founded on are still alive.
Furthermore I lack faith in the other candidates to do what I want, not do what I don't want, or to keep to the things that they say that I like.
I'm scared. I'm scared about the way that this country is going. I'm really worried about my future; not about my own actions but the actions of others that will effect me. I think this country is going down a very bad road. I'm worried that the actions of our politicians are going to really hurt us. I'm also worried about the political awareness of the average person. I think things like this are very important and I don't feel that people really care enough about them.
I wish I wasn't afraid.
I think Ron Paul will fix a number of things that I'm scared of. I'm voting for Ron Paul. I hope that you will join the Republican party to vote for him in the primary and then again in the election if he wins the Primary.