More Cash, More Endorsements, More Delegates for Ron Paul
“Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade Endorses Paul
More Delegates Likely in Louisiana’s Caucuses
State of the Ron Paul Campaign for Tuesday January 22, 2008
The Ron Paul campaign continues to pick up three things: money, endorsements and the scorn of pundits.
It may also looks like the Texan Congressman will be picking up some delegates later today.
It’s been speculated that at least part of the reason Fred Thompson dropped out of the contest today was due to money–or lack of it. And Mike Huckabee’s campaign staff is said to be working for free, also due to a lack of money.
Meanwhile, the Paul campaign collected another $2 million dollars on MLK Day, most of it in the form of small donations (under $50).
Meanwhile, Paul has picked up three endorsements in the last 24 hours.
The first from Gary “Veto” Johnson, former governor of New Mexico.
Yesterday, former New Mexico Governor Gary “Veto” Johnson announced that he is supporting Dr. Paul for president. Governor Johnson is an icon to small-government conservatives and libertarians for his long-standing commitment to the principles of the Founders. You can read our press release here.
The second endorsement came from well-known financial commentator, Donald L. Luskin.
This morning, Ron Paul also received the glowing endorsement of Donald L. Luskin, a prominent financial commentator on CNBC and Chief Investment Officer for Trend Macrolytics LLC. You can read Don’s editorial in National Review about why Ron Paul is right for America here.
And finally, Dr. Paul, an ardent foe of abortion, received an endorsement on the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade of “Jane Roe” aka Norma McCorvey.Fund raising and delegates also look rosy. And Dr. Paul again called for the abolition of the federal income tax today.
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