Thursday, December 27, 2007

Ron Paul on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan

Ron Paul shared his thoughts with Wolf Blitzer on how the United States should respond to the assassination of Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan on "The Situation Room" on Thursday, December 27, 2007.

Ron Paul Endorsement List

On the Ron Paul 2008 website, there is a new page that lists all of the people who have endorsed Ron's candidacy for President of the United States.

There's also another page on the website that features people who have complimented Ron on speaking truth to power, although they have not quite endorsed him.

A lot of the links featured on those webpages feature youtube video clips, along with the transcripts of what was said, which greatly improves accessibility for those in the deaf and hard of hearing communities. Thanks to the campaign for being considerate enough to add the transcripts to each of the endorsements! It means a lot. To the readers, please check out the links posted above to see who has endorsed Dr. Ron Paul in his quest to become the 44th President of the United States of America.

Ron Paul Republicans

Ladies and Gents, I apologize for the lack of action on this blog. I have been home for the holidays and it has been fairly busy and hectic here. However, this evening, I was able to put some time aside and provide my readers with a bunch of updates.

First off is a video I found by accident on DotSub that was made by B.J. Lawson of North Carolina. Mr. Lawson is running for Congress as a Ron Paul Republican in the state of North Carolina (4th district), and took the time and effort to caption two videos of speeches he made (one of which occured during a Ron Paul rally). For those of you in the North Carolina area, please take the time to check out Mr. Lawson's videos, which are posted below, and check out his website to see where he stands on issues affecting our country.

We will be seeing more and more Ron Paul Republicans popping up around the country running for office, and I would like to thank Mr. Lawson for being considerate of the deaf and hard of hearing communities by actively seeking to improve accessibility in the form of captioning the videos featured on his website. Kudos!