Margaret Schaut

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Economy’s Side Effects? Candidates & Donors in DEBT. Ron Paul Still Has a Chance!


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A CRAZY political year with some unusual side effects…

One of the unexpected pleasures accompanying the economic catastrophe that is taking all of us down, is that it is affecting the Presidential campaign, and the candidates, very badly!

Billary had to loan her campaign $5 million on a $7.5 million debt, and with her ‘investments’ and Chinese backers all gone, she won’t get it back. She’ll be lucky to get another $2.5 million to bring her campaign to zero.

With the stock market sliding, and nearly every company eating huge losses, it isn’t as likely for them to give over the big money that they were to any candidate in previous times. Even the parties are taking a loss on their funds now.

Big finance is also taking a HUGE hit, and since those are the major donors of Obama and McCain, their campaigns are going to have a much harder time raising the funds. McCain is absolutely DESPISED, and there is STILL a LOT of dirt on him out there that hasn’t bubbled up from hell quite yet. Expect it.

Obama looks more like an utterly cold hypocrite with the charisma of a Hitler, and the potential to be just that, every day. Billary is a traitor and everyone knows it. It is her ambition alone, and her Chinese fortune, that has kept her in the race.

Our resident Mormon candidate took a big financial hit, also, which is a huge part of the reason he dropped out.

Ron Paul is flush with cash, still, and we have months to go to keep up the pressure.

The Republican party NEEDS Ron Paul supporters, but the way they’ve treated us, and the true conservatives, they’ll play hell getting their way- they knew the risk they were taking when they ignored us

Then there is STILL the possibility of a write-in campaign.

While Dr. Paul doesn’t want to lose his Congressional seat and go third party, I say his calling has changed. It really is time he quit wasting his good air and great brains on a group that completely ignores and dismisses him. Time for him to step out and LEAD THE PEOPLE, whether he wins as President or not. This country, the PEOPLE, the young people, NEED HIM to teach what to do to save themselves and their country.

This has been the most insane year in politics that I remember, and I remember all too many. There are STILL a LOT of things that can change and turn it our way. Time for prayer, for knocking on wood, for knocking on doors while there is still time to do the groundwork. Forewarned is forearmed. Success is where hard work meets opportunity, and the GOLDEN opportunity could be falling into our hands at any time.

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Heard on CNN John Williams, economic forecaster for Fortune 500 companies say the next president will likely be blamed for the biggest economic business cycle since the Great Depression. Ron Paul knows what faces him and yet he still presses on. He is so determined that I don’t think he’d care if he got blamed. He knows what to do and is perfect for the job. As far as “wasting his good air and great brains”, I don’t agree with that. He knows how formidable a force it is opposing his possible presidency. He is using his brains to educate and help others who also stand for the same issues run for office this November. Instead of one or two in Congress, there may be 20 with a voice by then. It will take more like Dr. Paul to re-educate a failing government about our Constitution. It’s as he said once (paraphrased), I don’t continue knocking the wall down……..I find a way around it. We haven’t heard the last of Dr. Paul nor others who lead as he does.


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