NRSC Attempted Ron Paul Ban Thwarted by Supporters…

Wednesday, July 18th 2007

Today I received an email stating that the National Republican Senatorial Committee had mailed out a presidential poll that had omitted Ron Paul as a choice. The email stated that:

"The NRSC (National Republican Senatorial Committee) has mailed (snail mail) a Presidential Preference Poll out. Ron Paul is not included.

This poll includes Gilmore (dropped out), Fred Thompson (hasn’t announced), Newt Gingrich (hasn’t announced), Chuck Hagel (hasn’t announced), John McCain (less money on hand than Ron Paul), Brownback, Tommy Thompson, and Duncan Hunter (these last 3 combined have raised less than Dr. Paul).

Disagreeing with Ron Paul is one thing — banning him is quite another."

The email continued by giving out the phone number of the Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee , asking readers to call and voice their discontent…

"When calling and emailing, ask why they excluded Dr. Paul, while including people who are not running. Then ask them to mail a new Presidential Preference Poll including him. Give the NRSC a call at 202 675-6000 "

I immediately picked up the phone to do just that. To my surprise apparently alot of other folks have done so as well. When asked why Dr. Paul had not been included in the poll, the gentleman on the other line stated that it was an "outdated" poll that had been mailed out to the public.

He then directed me to the NRSC website: , telling me that a new online poll had been posted that included Ron Paul as a choice. The poll , which was updated Monday has Ron Paul in second place behind Fred Thompson, ahead of Giuliani, McCain, Romney and the whole Hee Haw Gang!

It would not surprise me if the next time the updated results are posted, Ron Paul will be in the lead.

Ron Paul needs our support now more than ever, if you love freedom then please visit the NRSC website: and click on the Republican Presidential Poll link, and show your support for Dr. Paul!

Clint, Missouri Bushwhacker

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