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Some Good News for the Revolution

The Ron Paul Revolution continues to gain steam despite the establishment’s attempts to deride it.
Today, retiring Kentucky Senator Jim Bunning endorsed Rand Paul to fill his U.S. Senate seat. This is a surprising move considering that Paul’s opponent, Trey Grayson, Kentucky’s Secretary of State is the GOP’s chosen candidate. Paul has been leading Grayson in the polls and is way out front in polls against any Democratic challengers.

In a letter released today to the press, Bunning wrote:

Dr. Paul will be his own man in Washington, not beholden to the special interests and beltway insiders who come looking for handouts on a daily basis. Instead, Dr. Paul will be a strong voice and advocate for the people and values of Kentucky. Dr. Paul is a man of his word who can be trusted to do what is right for Kentucky and the nation.

I know what it takes to stand up for the conservative principles that are needed to make America a better place for our children and grandchildren. Dr. Paul shares those same core values and has the courage and conviction necessary to make sure the voices of Kentucky’s workers, families, retirees, and children are heard in Washington. That is why I am supporting Dr. Paul to be our next United States Senator from Kentucky.

A video is here:

Also, in a telephone survey released by Rasmussen Reports today, Congressmen Ron Paul is in a dead heat with President Barack Obama for Presidential Election 2012.

The results reveal Barack Obama 42% and Ron Paul 41%.

Rasmussen breaks down the numbers here.

This is interesting because I just finished watching a documentary made about Ron Paul’s 2008 presidential campaign that I got from some people at the Tea Party on Monday. It is really inspiring.

Viva la Revolucion!

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