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Military Favors Ron Paul Over McCain

The US Federal Election Commission has released the Selected Presidential Reports for the 2007 July Quarterly, and there are a few surprises. No surprise, of course, is that people in the armed services and veterans overwhelmingly support the Republican Party. However, after digging through individual candidates’ contributions by employers, we find an elating (or disturbing, if you’re rooting for Rudy McRomney) trend. The breakdown? Here you go.

Ron Paul 6975 7765 4650 1500 1250 22140
McCain 6225 6480 1570 1600 800 16675
Romney 2051 0 1500 0 1000 4551
Giuliani 1450 370 250 0 250 2320
Hunter 0 1000 0 0 0 1000
Richardson 50 750 0 0 0 800
Huckabee 250 0 500 0 0 750
Tancredo 350 0 0 0 0 350
Brownback 71 0 0 0 0 71
T. Thompson 0 0 0 0 0  

This table expresses in dollars the total campaign contributions that each candidate has received from individuals who marked “Air Force,” “US Marines,” “USMC,” “Army,” “Navy,” or some other such permutation of letters as their employer that gives the appearance that they are a member of the armed services. The “veteran” column was derived by looking for “retired ______,” “______ retired,” or anything containing the word veteran, with the exception of Veterans’ Affairs (or the like).

What conclusions can be drawn from this surprising, exciting information? One might jump to the conclusion that the troops are tired and demoralized and angry to be fighting in the desert sand, and willing to leap on the only Republican candidate who wants an immediate end to the war. But that’s an insufficient explanation, since veterans favor Ron Paul as well.

Our military forces have a strong tradition of valorization and an implicit belief that they have served to protect the freedom of private citizens in the United States. So profound is this belief that it ranks as the #1 reason that veterans and active duty say they joined (even though education ranks as the #1 reason prior to enlistment).

This culture of pride in service particularly to safeguard American liberties and freedoms — regardless of whether it is true or not — disinclines those in service to contribute to candidates like Romney and Giuliani who want to expand Executive power and increase spying on Americans. This is why Ron Paul and John McCain are the clearest front-runners in terms of contributions. Well, that and the fact that McCain was a Captain in the Navy and Ron Paul was a flight surgeon.

Or … (one final thought) … does it run in the other direction? Does the military favor Paul and McCain because they were military, or do Ron Paul and John McCain have a favorable set of values for military servicemen and women because they themselves have served?

🙂 Look for more analysis of these contribution schedules in the upcoming days!


July 16, 2007 - Posted by | News Stories, Ramblings


  1. I didn’t get a chance to dig deeper, but are these numbers based on all contributions or only those over $200?

    Comment by A.B. Dada | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  2. As a naval officer, it is disturbing to me that many in our great nation seem to favor candidates who are so eager to sacrifice individual liberties for “The Common Good.” I have sworn an oath to support and defend The Constitution of the United States, against ALL enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC. That compels me to speak out against candidates who would treat our founding documents with disdain. That is precisely why I support Ron Paul.

    Comment by Rich | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  3. […] don’t think it really means much ($22,000) but Ron Paul received the most support from the military out of the Republican […]

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  4. Send this to all your armchair neocons and deluded pastors and churchmen who think this Iraq thing is the latest great Christian crusade against the muslim infidel. Our military on the ground are saying otherwise. Support true Christain principles and the Constitution and our troops by supporting Ron Paul

    Comment by hatefalseweight | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  5. Awesome!

    They stand out like Federer and Nadal!

    Comment by scineram | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  6. I think the answer is obvious: the military is full of Blame-America liberal moonbats who think we should all just surrender to bin Laden and convert to Islam.


    Comment by Matt C | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  7. This is one former US Army veteran who supports Paul. I came off active duty and went into the National Guard at a later date. I volunteered for Desert Shield in September, 1990. Later on after this was all over I found out about Amb. April Galaspie telling Saddam that the US wasn’t interested in their complaint with Kuwait over their slant drilling into Iraq’s Rumalia oil field. This whole war could have been avoided by one phone call by Geo. H. W. Bush. I now know why that call wasn’t made.

    I resent my patriotism being abused by the likes of the Bushes and Clinton for objectives that have nothing to do with America. I’m for Ron Paul because I don’t want anyone else’s patriotism be misused in this foul manner. I have too much respect for what servicemembers have to do and I think politicians should do the same instead of paying lipservice to it while looking for a way to abuse noble sentiments.

    Whoever dug out this information, thank you. I was wondering about this.

    Comment by Ryan | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  8. Of course they like Ron Paul, he has the traditional, conservative position. He wants a strong defense, but doesn’t want to send our troops into every military situation.

    Comment by Seer | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  9. Very interesting! On a side note, I live in Delaware; I have not seen many Ron Paul supporters around and I’d be interested in meeting up with some, drop me a line.

    Comment by Edward | July 16, 2007 | Reply

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  11. First Post!!

    Good Luck Ron!

    Comment by Anon | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  12. try something smart…add ronpaul2008 .com is my sincere choice for president and should be yours too if you value the freedom and democracy which america once stood for. …..

    add this to the bottom of all emails you send out and youll be doing more to aid this campaign than all the good wishes and prayers combined… actions are all that count now.

    Comment by dr NO | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  13. Speaking as a veteran of the Marine Corps, I would point out that any candidate that takes a strong constitutional stand will get the vote, and in this case the funds, from many of our men and women in the military. It happens to be that Ron Paul is that candidate.

    Semper Fi.

    Comment by Patriot | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  14. hopefully ron paul and the military will free our markets instead of crappy third-world countries

    Comment by ronpaul4lyfe | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  15. Just another indication that Ron Paul’s support is not just fringe internet geeks. Ron Paul deserves to be President because he’s the only one that has shown he understands that the only way to keep America great is to protect the rule of Law. And the ultimate rule of law for the USA is the contract between its people and its govermentment – the US Constitution.

    Comment by Les | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  16. We support our troops by supporting Ron Paul.

    Ron Paul 2008!

    Comment by Dave | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  17. Too bad this isn’t accurate. It doesn’t reflect those who listed US Government or Department of Defense as their employer which is the standard way to list if you are a member of the military. If this were corrected for those listings, the data would look much different.

    Comment by J.Farson | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  18. This is no surprise to me. I already knew the support Ron Paul has among the military. I am a little surprised it was so overwhelmingly Pro-Paul, but not completely.

    Comment by Mike Shine | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  19. Why Dr Ron Paul?
    • He has never voted to raise taxes.
    • He has never voted for an unbalanced budget.
    • He has never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership.
    • He has never voted to raise congressional pay.
    • He has never taken a government-paid junket.
    • He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.
    • He voted against the Patriot Act.
    • He voted against regulating the Internet.
    • He voted against the Iraq war.
    • He does not participate in the lucrative congressional pension program.
    • He returns a portion of his annual congressional office budget to the U.S. treasury every year.

    Comment by Alex (USNR, LT 96-06) | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  20. This is exciting news if true. There are some inaccuracies — such as Hunter missing $100 from USAF.

    This needs to be re-checked before we trumpet it too loudly.

    Comment by picaro | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  21. You ask the question: “Does the military favor Paul and McCain because they were military, or do Ron Paul and John McCain have a favorable set of values for military servicemen and women because they themselves have served?”

    I have known many a former service persons over my life, and frankly it wouldn’t surprise me if all of them were to tell me they would support a former soldier over non-soldier on just that fact alone, regardless of other failings, etc. Most americans make important value judgements based on similar critera, while more relevant things flike fiscal responsiblity, respect for the constitutiton, etc. mean little. If these are “values,” then are pretty shallow.

    To suggest that Dr. Paul and John McCain share any common values is nothing short of insulting to Dr. Paul. It is only slightly less insulting to insinuate that Dr. Paul’s values on defense and the military were a result of his service. Dr Paul certainly did not get his attitude about non-interventionism from the military Nor did he come out of the military with the ridiculous belief that soldiers and a standing military are what protect our freedoms and our liberties. Like those of us who have never served, he realizes that the military is necessary to defend the soil of this country, but that adventurism abroad and the senseless killings of innocents does nothing for the cause of freedom. More importantly he correctly recognizes that foreign adventurism, a large and overreaching standing military, and a poorly educated citizenry that blindly follows its leaders are the greatest threats to and the classic destroyers of liberty. Sadly Mr. McCain’s values were forever impacted by the torture he was forced to endure at the hands of an enemy we never should have been fighting. His continued support of Bush and his policies only shows that he learned absolutely nothing from his time in Viet Nam. Lumping Dr. Paul’s supporters in with McCain’s supporters as some single-minded group is also an inappropriate statement to make about these two groups.

    I truly hope that a large segment of the military continues to show its support for Dr. Paul. They are clearly the greatest victims of the neo-conservative mindset. Until they too awaken to realize that eternal vigilance, diplomacy, and non-intervention are the keys to protecting true american freedom, we are all doomed to enslavement by our government. The only way the Ron Paul revolution will succeed is if every segment of society regains the knowledge that was lost.

    Comment by MrLiberty | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  22. This just goes to show that while the current front runners have the lead in fund raising due to very wealthy contributors and donating to their own campaigns, which the mass media portrays as public support, the average American, who cannot afford to max out their campaign contributions, are flocking to Ron Paul. It is no surprise that those who would be most affected by offensive military actions against Iran are supporting the lone candidate to speak out against such a policy.

    Comment by Mike | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  23. Ron Paul for ’08!

    Comment by Nick | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  24. I’m an AF vet, and donated a bunch of $ to Ron Paul! I have been in the AF for 17 years. I joined to DEFEND my country, but did everything but that. Undeclared wars in Somalia, Bosnia, and Iraq that had nothing to do with defending our country. Ron Paul has my $ and vote since he understands that the military is for DEFENSE.

    Comment by Jim | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  25. This is reminiscent of how Ron Paul supposedly won the Republican Fox News debate based on the obviously artificially inflated text polling results.

    How difficult would it be for George Soros or any other number of left-wing kooks to make donations in the name of a service member in yet another asinine attempt to demoralize conservatives? Further, it would be in the left’s interest to bolster Ron Paul because they might like for him to be the Ralph Nader of the right. If that’s the case, it is wishful yet futile thinking.

    Comment by Anonymous | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  26. I would like to see the Democratic candidates added to this, I have a feeling Ron Paul would lose the lead.

    Comment by eric | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  27. DIGG IT!

    Comment by Tyler has... | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  28. This is incredible work. I might add a reference to this on my website as it is proof that contradicts the standard belief that the military wants to “finish the job” in Iraq. At least some of them don’t…

    Comment by Patrick Glover | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  29. Glad to see that Dr. Paul’s message is reaching them.
    I’m also very glad to see that I’m not the only Ron Paul supporter in Delaware!

    Comment by Steve Bachman | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  30. Well, McCain is imploding as you write anyway. RON PAUL ROCKS!

    Comment by Voteboob - Vote on Boobs! | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  31. Steve,

    I’d like to welcome you and any other Delaware (or nearby) Ron Paul supporters to the Delaware Ron Paul Meetup group: Looking forward to seeing you join up to help us win the primary for RP in DE!

    Comment by Jeff | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  32. […] The rest split the other 50%. McRomney, 2nd and third place, are way behind. […]

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  33. 10 years in the USAF and I support Ron Paul. I really hope the rest of the nation takes the time to listen to his message.

    Comment by maurice | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  34. “As a naval officer, it is disturbing to me that many in our great nation seem to favor candidates who are so eager to sacrifice individual liberties for “The Common Good.” I have sworn an oath to support and defend The Constitution of the United States, against ALL enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC. That compels me to speak out against candidates who would treat our founding documents with disdain. That is precisely why I support Ron Paul.”


    I just wanted you to know how thoroughly inspiring this post is to me. It’s a huge comfort to know I have at least one representative in the US military who gets it and does us proud.

    Thank you,


    Comment by Dave Prunzik | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  35. […] Military Favors Ron Paul Over McCain The US Federal Election Commission has released the Selected Presidential Reports for the 2007 July Quarterly, and […] […]

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  36. Oh boy, the Blogs 4 Borwnback people aren’t gonna like that.

    Comment by ChenZhen | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  37. […] ron paul – jumping the shark already thrown at him. This is as common amongst nerd circles as complaining about the size of wonderwomans jugs. He seems to be attracting attention from reasonable sources […]

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  38. As a Vietnam veteran and retired Navy Supply Corps Commander, I am an ardent supporter of Dr. Paul. And yes, I contributed.

    Comment by Richard Rider | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  39. I’m glad to see that Ron Paul is getting some support not only from the men and women of the military, but also from people in the blogosphere. Ron reminds me of my Grandfather, who I trust, but I’m not that naive to support someone solely based on that. I think that what it boils down to is the fact that the brave men and women of our armed forces have taken an oath to protect the freedoms of our country, and are willing to sacrifice their own lives to protect ours, but that said they want to make sure that their leader values their lives and will not just send them all over the place without good reason. At the present moment, Ron Paul is the only one who is adamant about his stance on this position, and I think that is commendable.

    I don’t think he’s got a chance in hell, but I sure do hope he does better than Hellery.

    Comment by districtofcontention | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  40. Ron Paul does have a chance in hell if all the people that believed in his message would stop discrediting him just because he isn’t a media darling. This guy can win, let’s implement some democracy, and stop letting our process be controlled by millionaire kingmakers and big shots. Vote Ron Paul

    Comment by ppc management | July 16, 2007 | Reply

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  42. Save The Republic!

    Vote Ron Paul.

    Comment by GoRonGo | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  43. Ron Paul has proven over the last 10 years at least, as a Congressman from Texas, his character, integrity and honesty, He stands alone. He knows history. George Washington said in his farewell address, that we should not be involved in other countries wars. Be friends and ok to trade with them, but stay out of their wars. He’s like a breath of fresh air…. Go Ron Paul!!!!!

    Comment by Barbara Fondry | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  44. […] attest to the complete accuracy of the information contained in the post below which appeared in Delaware’s Ron Paul Blog today. I am willing, however, to republish the post here and let you decide what this information […]

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  45. […] when a very significant amount of active duty service members are joining the Libertarian Party, this report should come as no surprise – but it’s nice to see, nonetheless.   According to Dave Weigel, […]

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  46. When is Fox going to report this? Or will it be CNN or ABC? NYT? Thank heaven for the US military!!! And, Rich, I am so happy that so many, both military and civilian, remember the Constitution.

    Comment by Al Dove | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  47. @Al Dove :: I think the mass media have given up on trying to keep up with the Blogosphere. They’ll probably never report on this.

    Comment by ronpauldelaware | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  48. […] This table expresses in dollars the total campaign contributions that each candidate has received from individuals who marked “Air Force,” “US Marines,” “USMC,” “Army,” “Navy,” or some other such permutation of letters as their employer that gives the appearance that they are a member of the armed services. The “veteran” column was derived by looking for “retired ______,” “______ retired,” or anything containing the word veteran, with the exception of Veterans’ Affairs (or the like). Military Favors Ron Paul Over McCain […]

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  49. I am in the military and this is why I think he is becoming popular. He seems to have little interest in furthering his own ego; he does what he thinks needs to be done regardless of how it makes him look. That is the military way. Most of us do not have cushy jobs. we work our asses off for a fixed amount of money every month. We do what needs to be done because it needs to be done not for personal gain. Yes it is true that there are a lot of people that get by without doing much work. They get payed the same as us. Those people are the people that we despise. The hardworking military man (about 80% of us) want people that have the same mentality: the job is more important then anything else.

    Comment by anonymous | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  50. This is a meaningless statistic. It is illegal for Active Duty military members to contribute to a specific politician. People might want to consider that fact. It is a smart rule…our military should remain apolitical while serving.

    Comment by anne nonymus | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  51. […] to the latest campaign finance reports, Ron Paul received more donations from active duty military personnel and veterans than any other candidate.  He received more than McCain and Romney combined and only a little less […]

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  52. I have to question these results and I don’t think this table in any empirical way reflects the political makeup of the military. I served in the Army at the height of the Reagan era and from my own experience there were many non-GOP types, certainly far more than this table suggests.

    There is far too little here to go on in the way of useful data.

    Comment by Prince Roy | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  53. Very good blog, very rich nice pictures and articles, congratulations !!!

    Comment by valentin10 | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  54. The one thing that I still keep hearing though is the fact that Ron Paul was / is a Libertarian. All the polls in the world may not be able to overcome that.

    Comment by patricksperry | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  55. I am completely unsurprised by the military’s support of Ron Paul. 🙂

    Comment by cdwine | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  56. Anonymous #25: You are delusional. The way you bleat the same tired, mainline GOP talking points makes me feel sympathy for you: it appears you have fallen prey to the brainwashed and cult-like programming of the corrupt so-called party leadership. If only you had any clue of the principles upon which the Republican party was founded and for which ittraditionally stood.

    My prayers go out to you.

    And that’s from an independent, not a (fake)leftist or neocon.

    “Believe too easy and you’re apt to be taken for the most unpleasant of rides.”
    –Neole Strathmore

    Comment by cadeveo | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  57. re #50 by anne nonymus. Oh no that is not true. It is illegal for commanders to order someone to support a particular candidate or for the Army or any governmment agency to use employees in a campaign for political office.

    Our soldiers are citizens and there is NO LAW that says they can not as individuals support or contribute to a candidate.

    Comment by Colonel George Wright | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  58. #54 by patricsperry – That could hurt Ron Paul only because people do not know what a Libertarian is.
    Ron Paul has run as a Republican and served as a Republican for what? 10 – 11 years. He ran as a Libertarian ONE time as far as I have been able to learn.

    He can’t help it if he happens to be a Rupublican with a BRAIN. The defination which adequately describes a Libertarian.

    Comment by Colonel George Wright | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  59. “Or … (one final thought) … does it run in the other direction? Does the military favor Paul and McCain because they were military, or do Ron Paul and John McCain have a favorable set of values for military servicemen and women because they themselves have served?”

    Just maybe our military would prefer a Commander In Chief with experience. Ya Think?

    Comment by Colonel George Wright | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  60. […] support?  Yesterday, I saw that Paul was ahead of all the the other GOP candidates in campaign contributions from members of the armed […]

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  61. Just back from 18 months in the Mideast working with the troops(producing Training programs). I am not Military, but have the deepest respect and love for them, especially because of what I just saw and went through. Given the Neocons Iron Claw control, I am tending to stay away from anything that even stinks of Republican. But if these guys think Ron Paul is the Man,That is enough for me to open my eyes and take a good, long, hard look. I truly wish he was an independent though!

    Comment by Jay Payne | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  62. “I would like to see the Democratic candidates added to this, I have a feeling Ron Paul would lose the lead.”


    Someone also mentioned Dept of Defense:
    Romeny 2,000.00
    Richardson 1,500
    Clinton 915
    Giuliani 600
    Obama 550
    Paul 100

    It doesn’t really change much. Romeny gets a bit of a boost, but not enough to change the standings.

    Comment by inibo | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  63. Ron Paul supported by the military, eh?

    Well, I guess if you had your mission compromised and assaulted on all sides by all people who were supposed to be behind you, you would be grateful to find someone who wanted to get you out of your perceived “quagmire” as well.

    Ron Paul may be good on a lot of things, but he’s delusional if he thinks that “Bush lied, kids died” which is pretty much what his website states. He’s also delusional if he thinks that it’s more dangerous there now than it was before we went in. Here’s a thought for those of you that support him:

    He says that Washington and Jefferson warned us against getting involved in the affairs of other nations, however, has he also considered what Washington and Jefferson did for freedom? They took a safe place, their own home, and were willing to make it dangerous just to be free. The Iraqi people are free today because we went to war against Saddam Hussein and have not backed down against the terrorists in Iraq. Would you rather be peaceful and in chains, or fighting to be free?

    Me, I’ll take fighting to be free, and most Iraqis have demonstrated that they will too.

    Comment by thelonedrifter | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  64. […] H/T Ron Paul Delaware […]

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  65. Is this in real total dollars? If so this is barely a statistical wart on the elephant that is campaign finance. Seriously, you can’t make any conclusions based on $22,140 total combined “military” donations out of the tens of millions that are raised.

    This seems to be a huge red herring and a fairly blatant attempt at cherry picking intelligence…

    Comment by srp | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  66. It is real total dollars. And I can make conclusions about military donations. The conclusion I make is that more Ron Paul gets more military donations than the other candidates.

    I’m not saying that guarantees victory (although see one of my upcoming posts about how military donations are a good predictor of Presidential nomination and eventual victory…), I’m saying Ron Paul is better liked by the military than Rudy McRomney.

    Comment by ronpauldelaware | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  67. […] I don't mean to express dark thoughts amid the jubilation over the news that Ron Paul is tops when it comes to donations from members of the armed services. […]

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  68. […] finance reports, and many people have picked up on a fascinating trend within the reports. A breakdown of the donations given by the armed forces, to Republican candidates, reveals that about fifty percent of all the […]

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  69. exelente

    Comment by salvador | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  70. LOL@ #8! 😉

    #65, you’re missing the point. The point is that it looks like the actual people in the military, prefer Ron Paul’s policies.

    Comment by Paul | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  71. oops! I meant LOL@ #6! Sorry #8 :-l

    Comment by Paul | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  72. […] The answer, if going by fundraising figures, isn’t Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney or even John McCain. The answer is Ron Paul. […]

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  73. This is very exciting! I was truly surprised by this! I think it’s pretty funny that Fred Thompson, who’s seemed so supported by a lot of people, didn’t receive anything from any of our troops! 🙂 This made my day!

    Comment by Amber | July 19, 2007 | Reply

  74. Oh crud! I think I ought to clarify for the audience that “Thompson” isn’t Fred Thompson, it’s Tommy Thompson (Wikipedia), the Republican Governor of Wisconsin. My sincerest apologies to the Fred Thompson campaign exploratory committee and to any of our subscribers who were misled.

    Comment by ronpauldelaware | July 19, 2007 | Reply

  75. […] those of you who didn’t hear, out of all presidential candidates, Ron Paul received the most campaign contributions from military employees, even more than John McCain. It looks like it hit a nerve with Fox […]

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  76. I am a vet, who served with the 82ND, my unit just deployed I am in contact with them and they are doing their job with enthusiasm and professionalism. I support Ron Paul enthusiastically. Those who would use the honor of the U.S. Armed Forces for their own personal selfish political/finacial ambitions will find their days are numbered.

    Comment by Douglas | July 21, 2007 | Reply

  77. We are retired Navy and support Ron Paul and no other!
    Ron Paul supports the constitution unlike the rest of our
    representation? that we have to watch, beg, and plead with just to follow the law of the land.

    Comment by Flo Hoffman | July 26, 2007 | Reply

  78. Thank you for posting this article.

    John Ubele

    Comment by John Ubele | July 27, 2007 | Reply

  79. Ron Paul’s message is beautiful and simple, Restore states rights and take away the power of the Federal Government which everyday reminds us of the tyrannical power that we flew from not too long ago, the king of England. Do you believe that Same Sex Marriage should be legal? Do you believe in the Decriminalization of Marijuana? Well lets say you do and both things are illegal in lets say, North Dakota which is the state you currently reside, and those two laws are legal in South Dakota. Well you can happily and freely pick up your bags and move to South Dakota where you can enjoy those freedoms. 50 states United as Americans peacefully sharing their differences in a prosperous, intelligent, and strong nation that all countries around the world wish to model themselves after. That is the real melting pot that has been the envy of the entire world since our country came to be. That is what Ron Paul is trying to achieve and you know what, its something we should all want to be apart of.

    Comment by Kevin Brooks | August 7, 2007 | Reply

  80. How long can the mainstream media keep a lid on Dr Paul’s overwhelming public support. He’s so genuine in his answers he comes across as a moral human being, not a politician. I think this is just the beginning for Ron Paul. Should he fail to win the presidency I’m sure he will go down kicking and screaming and bringing the real issues to the debate.

    Comment by Peter Schmit | September 2, 2007 | Reply

  81. I say this with all seriousness. The country will probably disintegrate and being carved up the Chinese if Ron Paul does not win. It will take time, but we are on the road to perdition.

    America needs Ron Paul more than ever, and everyone who supports Ron Paul loves him as he is the closest thing to family we have ever seen in government.

    Ron Paul, for what is just, what is right, and what is our Nation’s root modus, the Constitution and Freedom and Liberty for All.

    Comment by Mick Russom | September 15, 2007 | Reply

  82. A sense of duty is what causes most Americans to join the armed forces. Once he is there on the ground, at the front, he gets an education in reality. When the few whom are willing to spend some of their low pay income on a campaign contribution to the Anti War true republican, it means a lot. Support the troops, vote for Ron Paul.

    No one knows more about the war than those that are actually fighting it. They have little recourse if they disagree. Making a campaign contribution may be one of their only options to communicate to us here in the homeland.

    Comment by Kelly Wes Kirkconnell | September 25, 2007 | Reply

  83. Wow, that’s interesting.

    Ron Paul supporters and opponents alike – you should all read up on Dr. Paul’s views, because there is so much political “mud” flying that it’s no longer logical discussion of issues.

    One really good place to find credible information is the new site, “The Republican Evaluator.” The guy there is doing an analysis of each of the Republican Candidates, and he started with Ron Paul (more candidates to come soon). From what I read, he does a really good job of supporting every bit of his analysis, complete with quotes from Ron Paul and references.

    If nothing else, take the time to read the short section on Ron Paul and Abortion – very powerful stuff!

    Here’s the link:

    Comment by Ryan Stallings | September 29, 2007 | Reply

  84. I love how #50 and #6 and some others are just so delusional! It’s truly amazing to me how they think that lies and ad hominem attacks are equal to sound logical discussion. Guys, Bin Laden is a Bush family friend. Osama is a CIA asset. He’s not even wanted in connection with the 9/11 attacks. Just look up the FBI website and see for yourself. And 6, what’s wrong with converting to Islam? Who cares about religion. It’s a ruse, a farce, a propaganda gimmick. What we should be concerned with is the dollar converting to the Euro, or Amero. Without Ron Paul, we are dead meat. period. We won’t be converting to islam, oh no, we’ll be in labor camps cause we dissented, and believed in the Constitution. This nation has become a police state my friends, and you all better wake the fuck up. You think you’re awake… but you’re far from it.

    Send every last freaking penny you have; sell your car, your house… you can only give $2,300, but if you have more, give it to your friends, and ask them to contribute. We only have ONE LAST SHOT. This shit is serious as anything in life. We’re fighting against an enemy that is only interested in death and blood. He will win if we don’t all stand up and FIGHT! We need to FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT. And NEVER back down. We need to face our fears! We need to STAND UP! We need to SHOUT OUT! We need to give until it hurts so bad, we give more…. GIVE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE. NOW IS THE TIME! ALERT ALERT ALERT! We are the ONLY ones who can change this sinking ship into a floating vessel again! We need Ron Paul to lead us!


    Comment by xdream | October 4, 2007 | Reply

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  87. For those who might like more info:
    (0. Ron Paul: A New Hope)
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    (4. The Secret Government…)
    (5. Truth about Giuliani)
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  88. […] also led among military contributions in the second-quarter reports. Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and […]

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  89. Ron Paul is going to take NH in a landslide. People are tired of the war, the Federal Reserve and the IRS.

    Comment by Republican | October 28, 2007 | Reply

  90. […] Paul has more than Romney. He has received more campaign contributions from members of the military than any other candidate and almost as much as all the other Republican candidates combined. Ron […]

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  92. I am looking for some clarification.

    I have been told by some of my friends, that, they saw
    Ron Paul on TV, during a Debate or Interview,say, “that if he were
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    While this does not sound like anything I have ever heard
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    May God Bless Ron Paul, and all of his family and followers.

    Awaiting a response
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    Comment by Dale Snyder | December 4, 2007 | Reply

  93. Ron Paul would abolish the Military-Industrial Complex, and stop large companies and wealthy CEOs from further filling their pockets up with taxpayer money at the expense of U.S. servicemembers’ lives. Ron Paul has never said that the military should be abolished — he has affirmed that the military exists *for national defense* and is essential.

    Ron Paul served in the United States Air Force as a flight surgeon. It would be very odd for him to abolish the military he served in.

    Comment by David Armor | December 5, 2007 | Reply

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  95. The presidential campaign of Republican Ron Paul appears to have started picking up. Paul has been winning debates and his popularity appears to be growing. Besides, Paul also seems to be registering a growing presence on the internet, with support for his candidacy finding expression in various blogs, postings, and online polls.

    Online polls are, however, not always the most reliable indicators of popularity for a candidate, There are many other factors at play—such as choosing to vote or not to, or being able to vote multiple times— which can influence ratings. These do not always reflect actual figures and may not be consistent with the actual figures and may have little, or nothing, to do with the actual ground realities.

    Comment by Emmy | December 13, 2007 | Reply

  96. very interesting, but I don’t agree with you

    Comment by Idetrorce | December 15, 2007 | Reply

  97. What don’t you agree with? The numbers are from the US Federal Election Commission. You don’t agree with the Election Commission? You think they made it up?

    Comment by David Armor | December 15, 2007 | Reply

  98. These’s stats are over 6 months old! I’d be interested seeing them update before commenting futher…

    Comment by Buddy Edgewood | December 18, 2007 | Reply

  99. This post was made over 6 months ago! We’re coming up on 4th Quarter closing figures… maybe I’ll do this again.

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  100. […] Ron Paul fans worry me, well not really…. I have never seen such blind loyalty for a guy that is a […]

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  101. im curious what you guys think that real staying power on ron paul is.. i put at the poll that i didn’t really know, but am curious what others think..

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  102. The military is not as dumb as those currently in power or grappling for power think they are. Their friends and families support their oath to support and defend THE CONSTITUTION as well, which is not “just a G-D piece of paper” as George Bush said. Our veterans saw how wrong it was to go in as “UN Peacekeeping” forces in Bosnia and other places… a farce. And now they choose Ron Paul.

    Comment by Kate | January 22, 2008 | Reply

  103. Well Kate, anyone that thinks our military people are “dumb” are drunk, stoned, or stupid beyond all belief.

    I supported Ron Paul as a Libertarian. I no longer can do so. he, well, is just way to off target these days, not to mention that he has no “command presence” whatsoever.

    Lima Co/ 75th. / 101 (ABN) 70-72

    Comment by patricksperry | January 24, 2008 | Reply

  104. CNN canceled its Republican Debate in Ohio that was scheduled on February 28th between Governor Mike Huckabee, Senator John McCain, and Representative Ron Paul. This debate was critical because it was only 5 days before the primaries in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

    There is Petitions going around to have this debate take place. I know many Ron Paul supporters would like to see this debate, so
    Ron Paul can get some recognition on the issues. Can you post the link to the petition so we can have this debate take place. Thank You. Go Ron Paul!

    Comment by charles | February 19, 2008 | Reply

  105. In spite of the nomination process ending its final days I would like to say that support for Paul is still strong, and anyone who feels that Paul is right should NOT go and start lobbying for McCain. Instead, stick with him to the end so that the support for Paul will be known, and that we should be so lucky as to perhaps begin change…

    Comment by Jackuul | March 14, 2008 | Reply

  106. It amazes me how many people are still buying this myth. In Bell County, TX, which arguably has the highest percentage of US Military active duty and retirees, being home to the largest military base in the world, Ron Paul got 4.4% of the vote.

    That’s in RP’s home state.

    While contributions made are one way to calculate support, votes are another way to calculate it.

    It’s the votes that matter.

    Comment by Ken | April 6, 2008 | Reply

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  108. I will be voting my conscience, as in a write in. None of the above would be my first choice if it were allowed.

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    Comment by patricksperry | April 25, 2008 | Reply


    John McCain is clearly focused on one thing and one thing only – WAR. He lives for it, he loves it, he’s obsessed by it, it is his entire identity. He is a Post Traumatic Stress, hot-headed and unstable egotisitcal lunatic who cares nothing about the will of the American people. He is loyal to his big corporate backers and his backers make a killing off of war, war and more war.

    In his own words, “Friends, I want to give you some straight talk. Friends, there are going to be more wars. I’m sorry to tell you, but there are going to be more wars…”. Wow. Interesting Foriegn Policy approach there, John. Glad to know our tax money will be used wisely.

    After 2004 it became apparent to me what I had been trying to forget after the 2000 election, that much of America is just not paying attention. It would be foolish to assume that this time around they have turned off “American Idol” and are really going to think this one through. McCain appeals to fear coupled with Amerian imperial arrogance. McCain, like Bush before him, can win. We cannot let that happen.

    Unfortunately Hilary Clinton represents the exact same special interests that McCain does. They should run on the same ticket. Actually, come to think of it I take that back. Hilary Clinton represents Hilary Clinton. McCain represents those corporate interests that can most benefit by America expanding it’s empire through military aggression.

    There is only one serious contender who is sane and that is Ron Paul. He did not support the invasioin of Iraq. He did not support NAFTA, amnesty for illegal aliens and he did not suppor the Patriot Act. He has consistently kept his campaign promises for each of the 10 terms he has served in the United States Congress.

    Barack Obama will likely be our next President. I feel he is a good man and I would take him over McCain any day. However, this is not a Socialist country. We need to get back to the values of the Founding Fathers and the ideas put forth in the Constitution. The Ron Paul phenomenon is the beginning of a much larger and far-reaching revolution in America.
    John McCain is a huge step in the wrong direction. He and his Neo-Con allies have hijacked the country and the time has come for us to take it back.

    Someone who speaks in straight talk doesn’t have to keep reminding you that it’s straight talk. They just speak the truth.

    As for me, I’m voting for Ron Paul.

    – Eric Allen Bell

    Comment by Eric Allen Bell | June 10, 2008 | Reply

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    Gingrich like all Republican candidates know their base love to blame and attack non-whites! That why each have made racist comments …Ron Paul sign racist news letters….Hate and divide works for Republicans! Rick Santorum hates every body and will go to war with two to three country immediately if he becomes President Total racist NUT!

    Gingrich as Speaker got welfare reform past….SO WHAT! It’s the easiest to attack the poor….Republican agenda is create poverty then attack the impoverish!

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    Gingrich was back to being arrogant and evasive in the debates…..just LIE LIE LIE!

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