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Ron Paul to spend Nevada caucus night in Minnesota

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Elko, Nev. – Ron Paul willl not be in Las Vegas for a caucus night victory party on Saturday. Hell, he won't even be in the state of Nevada. According to his public schedule,  Paul will be stumping in Minnesota on the day of the Nevada caucuses. His campaign has confirmed there are no formal caucus night events being sponsored by the Paul campaign. Jesse Benton, Paul's national campaign chairman, said in an email that the campaign has to keep moving forward.

"We like to celebrate, but we also have a lot of work to do, so we will campaign in Minnesota while our first class operation turns out a great victory in Nevada," wrote Benton in an email to Reason. 

Seeing as the primary season is in full swing, this is not that shocking. Paul's plan is to focus on as many caucus states as possible, and spending precious time in a far-flung location like Nevada on election night is probably not the best use of his limited resources. Like we saw in Florida, the candidates will get live media coverage anywhere they go on the night of an election or primary. 

Both Paul and Rick Santorum spent the night of the Florida primary in Nevada and their responses to the results were shown live on all the networks. 

Information on where the other candidates will be on Saturday night was not immediately available. 

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  1. I suggest the use of a green screen for reaction shots election night. Have Paul “in front of” the Bellagio. Do I have to think of everything?

    1. The Bellagio? Maybe for Romney or Bernanke.

      Put Paul in front of the Flamingo. Something the everyman can relate to.

      1. Better yet the Bunny Ranch.

        They endorsed Ron Paul and they are the regular folk.

        Tell the fundies to stick it up their tight asses.

        1. No way Shrike, too swanky. Besides Bunny Ranch really only caters to one vice.

          Now the Flamingo appeals to the debauchery every man can enjoy. Nowadays it has Margaritaville, for all of the parrotheads and families that like their booze and weed, and it’s the setting for much of Fear and Loathing. The Flamingo IS Vegas to me.

          1. You’re probably right. I don’t go to the Flamingo or the Bunny.

            I like Mandalay Bay and the near-airport side. MGM is my farthest route north these days. I bet football and have learned to lay off the tables.

      2. The few times I went to Vegas I stayed at the Flamingo. Very bare bones, to be sure. But, it’s nicely located.

      3. I’d say The Tropicana. By the pool.

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  2. Do Neo-Nazis have a chapter in Nevada?

    http://www.care2.com/causes/an…..-paul.html

    1. Also, I’m a troll fyi

  3. This is what I like to see! Ron Paul is hard at work campaigning and using the best of is time. Ron Paul’s campaign is definitely the most organized of them all – he is going to turn some heads, he has so much support in the USA!

  4. The upcoming caucuses in Nevada, Colorado, Missouri, Minnesota and Maine are really the last chance for Ron Paul to remain a serious contender for the nomination. He did fairly well in all of them four years ago, and is better organized and better funded than Gingrich or Santorum.

    So far the race has gone pretty much according to form, with strong showings (but not victories) in Iowa and New Hampshire, and weak showings (although better than last time) in South Carolina and Florida.

    If Ron Paul can take second place in 4 or 5 states in the next 9 days, and maybe even win 1 or 2, it could finish off Gingrich and Santorum and make people reconsider Ron Paul as a viable alternative to Romney.

  5. There’s not enough Nazis in Nevada for Ron Paul to win the state.

    1. C+
      Not quite long enough to get an accurate idea of your ability. Could be the work of a practiced professional or an amateur with a little inspiration.

  6. In a document dump that includes private forum messages, emails, organization notes another other information the group found numerous connections between Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and A3P. According to the documents, all hosted here, Paul himself regularly met with many A3P members, engaged in conference calls with their board of directors and engaged in a “bridging tactic” between A3P and the Ron Paul Revolution.

    Other excerpts show A3P webmaster Jamie Kelso (whose email account was one hacked by the collective) coordinating meeting between Paul and other members of A3P such as corporate lawyer and chairman of the neo-Nazi group Paul. “I’m going to go to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) with Bill Johnson,” reads an email to an A3P member dated January 2011. “Bill and I will be meeting with Ron and Ran Paul. I have a teleconference call with Bill (and Ron Paul) tonight. Much more later.

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/an…..z1lGn08NrL

    1. Didn’t Anonymous recently release contact information that was supposed to be Dana White’s but was actually some woman in Nevada who had nothing to do with the UFC?

      Why, yes. Yes they did.

    2. Looks like American 3rd Party is Libertarian/Independent and America 3rd POSITION is the neo-nazi group so this is poor research by Max and Care2

      1. Haha!

        /end nelson muntz voice

  7. Ron Paul is a fucking neo-Nazi!

  8. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  9. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  10. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  11. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  12. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  13. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  14. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  15. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  16. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  17. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  18. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  19. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  20. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  21. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  22. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  23. Dream on friends. What do you want to be that Ron Paul does not do as well in Nevada as he did in Iowa (22%) when he was going against more candidates. Mormons will show themselves to be even more bloodthirsty warmongers than the evangelicals were in Iowa.

  24. RON PAUL RELEASES ECONOMIC ‘PLAN TO RESTORE NEVADA’COMMONSENSE PLAN OFFERS NEVADA THE TOOLS AND RELIEF NEEDED TO THRIVE

    HENDERSON, Nevada? 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul released today a simple yet innovative ‘Plan to Restore Nevada’ to help Nevada get out from under its unfortunate standing as a leader in joblessness, housing foreclosure, and federal interference.

    “Ron Paul is the only candidate with a serious plan to help Nevada with its pressing problems and make it number one in all the right categories, rather than a leader in housing foreclosures and joblessness. It reinforces the idea that Dr. Paul’s economic vision for America, based on returning authority to the people and the states, is the right prescription for our economic ills and indeed it can bring about lasting, sustainable prosperity,” said Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton.

    The plan helps Nevada residents, workers, retirees, debtors, home buyers, homeowners including those facing foreclosure, job-creators like the tourism industry, federal land ownership victims, and other stakeholders renew the Silver State’s economy and sovereignty after decades of disastrous Washington interference.

    The five key elements of the ‘Plan to Restore Nevada’ include:

    1. Restoring Nevada’s Job Market
    2. Restoring the Housing Market
    3. Restoring Tipped-Worker Wages
    4. Restoring a Common Sense Visa System
    5. Giving Nevada Back To Nevadans

    http://www.ronpaul2012.com/ron…..e-america-?and-how-it-will-help-nevadans/

  25. How Ron Paul Will Help With the Housing Crisis

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ2g3BYL18Q

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