Ron Paul’s moneybomb pulls in over $750,000

Ron Paul Rise For LIberty Money Bomb raises over $750,000
Ron Paul Rise For LIberty Money Bomb raises over $750,000

A few weeks ago Ron Paul released a recorded message that asked his supporters to raise $650,000 to continue the campaign. Last Thursday and Friday, in an entirely grassroots based effort,  the Rise for Liberty money bomb, pulled in over $750,000!

On the official Rise for Liberty Facebook page they the coordinators had this to say…

“I would like to thank everyone for their hard work, not only in promoting the Moneybomb, but giving generously.

Currently, we’ve raised over $600,000 for Dr. Paul giving them over a million dollars since they first made the request for $650,000. The difference between this Moneybomb and the past ones is that this was a total Grassroots effort.

The campaign has been busy and wasn’t able to help promote this event as much as last ones. But we proved that we can still come together and make it happen. So thank you.

We’ve given Dr. Paul more resources to execute the plan going forward as we make our march onward to Tampa. If you haven’t given, it’s not too late, donate securely at https://secure.ronpaul2012.com/

Amidst last week’s confusion over emails sent from the Paul campaign, that seemed to suggest that Ron Paul was dropping out, his supporters are once again rising to the challenge and doing what it takes to put the only candidate that will protect their liberty into the white house.

This seems like a great opportunity to remind or inform you that Romney and Obama both are supported by the banking industry. That’s right, Romney’s top three contributors are: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Bank of America. Obama’s top three contributors are: University of California, Goldman Sachs and Harvard University.

Who are Ron Paul’s top three contributors?
US Army
US Air Force
US Navy

Think about it.

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