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Truthers Organize Large Donation Day For First Responders

Good for Dennis Kucinich, he’s not afraid to confront the realities of 911. (See video of Kucinich meeting with 911 first responders) There are tens of thousands of 911 first responders in the situation that this man, David Miller is in. Unable to work, denied healthcare benefits and other financial aid from the government and people they served on 911.

Are we concerned about our real American heroes? Many people like to claim that 911 truthers don’t care about the people who suffered from 911, such as the 911 families or 911 first responders. My question is two-fold, why are 911 truthers the only groups who are trying to help the first responders get their much needed medical care, and why are 911 truth groups often made up of 911 families and first responders? It’s now time to draw the line: Put up or shutup. Whoever says they care about these heroes, it’s time to put your money where your mouth is. The first responders may not have much time left.

Visit the link below to learn more and donate to help the first responders cover healthcare and other expenses. I also recommend watching this video, Dust to Dust, that tells the story of the first responders.

Ron Paul Smashes Donations Records, But He’s Not Done Yet

November 5th proved to be memorable for Ron Paul, who raised 4.2 million in the 24 hour period. This indeed breaks the John Kerry internet donations record of $3 million in 2004, as well as Mitt Romney’s $3.1 million one-day fundraising done earlier this year. The donations flowed into the Paul campaign at an astounding 165,000 dollars per hour yesterday.

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News Coverage of Ron Paul’s November 5th Moneybomb


—Wolf Blitzer on CNN

Paul Raises More Than $4.2M in One Day

—AP, Drudge Report, Breitbart.com

Ron Paul’s Record Online Haul

—Washingtonpost.com

Guy Fawkes Day Helps Raise Millions for Paul

—NYTimes.com

Paul Raises $2.4 Million in One Day

—FirstRead.MSNBC.com

Ron Paul Is Money

—ABCNews.go.com

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Ron Paul To Break Single-Day Internet Fundraising Record on Nov. 5th

Ron Paul is set to break the single-day internet campaign fundraising record of $3 million and is now averaging roughly $165,000/hour in donations on this historic November 5th. At this pace the total could also easily surpass the 2007 single-day fundraising record of $3.1 million set by Mitt Romney.

Senator John Kerry currently holds the record for single-day Internet fund-raising when he raised $3 million for his campaign in 2004, as reported by the NY Times. (Kerry also holds the non-internet fundraising one-day record, raising $5.6 million on July 29, 2004, during the Democratic nomination convention—but this was after the primaries.)

Watch the donations totals here at Paulcash with a live graph and up-to-date totals, or at Ron Paul Graphs to see a breakdown of donations by states, the number of donors (over 38,000), and more great stats.

News coverage of Ron Paul’s Money bomb.

Click here to donate and be a part of this historic event!

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Remember the 5th of November


Remember Remember the 5th of November

On November 5th, 2007, our goal is to bring together 100,000 people to donate $100 each, creating a one day donation total of $10,000,000. Pledge to give the Ron Paul campaign $100 on this day, and together we’ll make history.