Breaking: Ron Paul 2012 Grassroots Petition Attracts 15,000 Signatures!‘s grassroots petition asking Ron Paul to run for President in 2012 broke the 15,000 barrier earlier today. Word of the petition has spread all over the Internet, and additional signatures keep being submitted at a rapid pace. You can view the signatures in the Petition Archives.

Our new goal is to collect a total 100,000 signatures by the end of February. Will you take a few seconds today and ask only 5 people to sign the Ron Paul 2012 petition at

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23 Responses to Breaking: Ron Paul 2012 Grassroots Petition Attracts 15,000 Signatures!

  1. bobby little says:

    how can our government think that we are stupid. a continuous crime is being committed against we the people. how this government think that the crime could have been avoidable is an excuse to sweep this criminal act under the rug. white collar crime is not a green light to commit a continuous crime and no one is going to jail. we have the bailout in our face,now we are to swallow this jailout. we are tired of the white house,the so called federal government wall street criminals going free. you will have my vote when that time come if you stay the course on the feds.

  2. Dr. Paul, you have my vote as long as you stay your course on Abortion.
    Two moral issues are make or break for me. If you are pro-death (abortion) or if you exalt the Homosexual agenda, I’ll campaign for anyone else,

    But if you stay firm on those issues (that the state’s should decide) and press on with Small government, Abolishing the irs, Fighting the FED, Ending the war.
    Well, then I think you’re SAFE (Small, Abolish, Fight/Fed,End).

    • Mitch says:

      Dr Paul endorses freedom - meaning all people are born free, with the same unalienable rights. Asking him not to promote the ‘homosexual agenda’ is ridiculous. He doesn’t promote group rights, nor does he promote the idea that he would have any moral / legal authority to TAKE rights from people. Under his presidency, the government would not be involved in the marriage business - no more federal benefits to being married - everyone treated the same. Marriage dealt with strictly by the church, as a religious contract. The churches define what marriage is, and those Christian denominations who do endorse two people who love each being able to marry, regardless of sex, would decide whether or not men could marry men, or women, women. People like yourself who are somehow so affected by a man marrying a man wouldn’t be allowed to crawl to the government whining that gay people wearing matching rings magically affects your lives so bad, and that the government should take away their rights and deny them their Constitutional protection of all people being created in God’s image, equal.

      It gets so old reading people who give ultimatums - I want my rights, but if you don’t take theirs away, I won’t support you! Freedom is freedom - personal freedoms/social freedoms, economic freedoms, etc, it’s all one in the same and cannot be separated. Dr Paul makes that very clear. You might be better represented by someone like Newt.

    • Dan says:

      Please sir, I wish no disrespect to your religious beliefs.Congressman Paul has a specific set of stances on moralities , such as “Right To Life” that many, if not argualbly all of our founding fathers, would share.
      I myself do not hold such beliefs,but do incist on your right to have them in voice & in voting power .
      Please hold relevant focus on the issues @ hand:1 endless wars of profiteering, 2 the manipulation of the economy by the fed.,no longer an autonimus tool free of outside lobbying interest but a tool of the global banker corp.3 The last thing i would implore you to think about is our expanding ring of global medeling. The Founding Fathers clearly stated that we should be friends with our global partners & intracantly linked by policy to none,There is no god given right to exist.There is a right to exist by cooperating with your neighbors, & acting as a steward of liberty. We hate no man.All are entighteled to Liberty, justice & the pursuit of Happiness.
      Pleas vote Ron Paul for president 2012.

  3. Shirlee Kearns says:

    Dr. Paul
    it would be wonderful if you and Pat Buchanan could run together for President and vice president of our nation, we need you both.

  4. Shirlee Kearns says:

    Dr. Paul

    It would be wonderful if you and Mr. Pat Buchanan would run for the office of president and vice president of our desperate nation.

    • Richard K says:

      I like Pat too but the lamestream media has labeled him a racist because of his book Death of the West and his agenda of protecting our sovergnity by securing our border and deporting illegal invaders.

      There are many good running mates Ron could pick. Steve King from Iowa is tough and not afraid to go against the powers that be. He has been getting quite a bit of exposure lately. He has stated Obama needs to produce his hidden documents and has sponsored a bill to stop the anchor baby misinterpretation of the 14th amendment. He is tough on illegal immigration, corruption, wants to abolish the fed and IRS.

  5. joanie says:

    Ron Paul and Jesse Ventura 2012 (a wonderful thing!!)…like chocolate and peanutbutter!

    • Cynthia Woollett says:

      IMO, we should show the world what happens when America revolts against the evil corporitist; bankers; and elitist running this country. I’m willing to bet we’d get shot at; tazed; beat; jailed; and killed for our causes and beliefs. I’d be willing to lay my own life down for future generations, if I thought it would benifit them. Too bad, I stand alone. Ron Paul, is the only logical choice this nation has. Too bad the American people only believe campaign ads because they are too lazy and complacent to do any research of their own. They would rather believe their ‘idiot’ boxes, that twists and censors the truth. March on patriots! (and I’m not talking tea-party either)

  6. Craig Farrell says:


    I have not saved what I should, but understand what is happening. I have worked since I was 14 years old. My employers and I have put in $200K in Social Security on my behalf. Right now, there is no way that the money will ever produce a positive rate of return as I am 50 years old. Basically, the government is stealing. My suggestion is to allow us (people who have worked hard their whole lives and can prove the money we put in) to take out what we have put in. Not what our employers have. I can put that $100K to work and save my retirement. They can keep my employers half. That would remove the long term UNFUNDED portion off their debt sheet. I feel it is better than letting you folks steal it all!

    • Mitch says:

      I’m pretty positive this is similar to what a proposal from Ron would look like. I do know for certain that young people, below a certain age, would be able to finally opt out, since we are only paying in to pay for the current retired generations income, which is morally reprehensible. I have heard Ron talk about wanting to return the money to the people. I’m not sure how realistic it is, but the opt out is obviously very realistic. I hope for your sake, and for my parents sake, who too, have paid in probably near a quarter million, that there is a resolution similar to what you describe. I really do.

  7. Craig Farrell says:

    As for your plan to hack all the wasteful spending on useless government agencies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank God someone finally is going to stand up to the socialists. Right on, right on, right on.
    Cut off Dept of Energy, Dept of Education, Freddie and Fannie!!!! Rock on..

  8. Garrett says:

    Ron Paul has said something like “I am waiting to see what the dollar will do before deciding to run for Prez in 2012″.

    QUESTIONS: What does that mean? Does that mean if the dollar is doing well he will run or if its doing well he will not run? If the dollar is about to “tank” he will run or will not run?

    • Mitch says:

      I think it’s just an excuse he’s using to avoid answering the question at this time. I’m sure there’s a little politic involved in that answer, because according to Ron’s beliefs, the dollar is worthless no matter what the markets saying - it’s paper, and has no intrinsic value. Also, I believe that Dr Paul believes at this point, assuming the fiat unit stays the same, there’s not much that could be done to reverse the last century of continual dollar devaluation. It’s only worth about $0.04 vs its $1.00 in 1913 ;)

  9. Richard K says:

    The lamestream media has already begun the censorship of Ron Paul. In the announcement of the winner of the NH straw poll on Fox News, they announced only the first place winner to avoid mentioning Ron Paul.

    Then Hannity has Giuliani on his show, acting as if he is in the running when this clown who was in on the 9-11 attack and cover-up got 2% in the NH straw poll. I guarantee lamestream parrot Hannity won’t even mention Ron Paul. The NWO criminals are afraid of RP, the thought of an honest, intelligent patriotic president scares the excrement out of them.

    Hopefully the American Zombies are woke up enough to see their game of blacking out the best candidates for the people. If there was some way we could get the brainwashed idiots to just listen to Ron Paul because the lamestream media are not going to expose them to a real choice for president.

    • Richard K says:

      Check out the best patriot website on the internet, let everybody you know about it. You will be amazed at the information you didn’t know about our corrupt government. Also listen to the daily radio show at I guarantee it is the best talk radio show on earth. At Infowars you can find uncensored news and the truth of what is really happening in our world. Ron and Rand Paul are on the radio show quite often on a regular basis.

    • Mitch says:

      I feel your frustration. It’s probably the most obnoxious, annoying feeling ever - I just want to make my arms 3,000 feet long so I could grab mass groups of thousands of people and shake the hell out of them, then slap them in the faces with Ron Paul signs.

  10. Anthony Will says:

    I personally would like to see Ron Paul possibly consider getting Dennis Kucinich as his VP. Talk about shaking things up! If not Kucinich, I would love to see Judge Andrew Napolitano as his VP and have Peter Schiff as his economic advisor. I think that in 2012, Obama is going to have Hillary Clinton become his VP so that she can run in 2016 for the Dems. Hopefully we can continue to teach these Neo Cons what it is to be a Libertarian.

  11. Nick says:

    I like Dr Paul I always will, but to this day there has not been any proposal of true realism regarding the abolishment of the Fed Reserve.I think amendments overseeing the SECs
    activity is hopeful also repealing the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999 which Gramm, Leach and Bliley were all apostles to Robert Rubin the puppet and the Fed board of governor bosses. All three Republican treasonists roam freely on the same capitol hill floor that Ron is on. They sould be liable as an accessory to corporate freud. Reinstating the Glass Steagall and revoking the Current Tax Payment Act of 1943 would be quick and efficient way in slowing down the the Fed viper from feeding off the US taxpayer with certainty. It’s The Federal Reserve Act vs The United States Constitution. Voting in congress
    for a sopena to release records from ,Janet Yellen, Kevin Warsh Elizabeth Duke, Daniel Tarullo and Sarah Bloom Raskin. Suggestion using the same civil liberty erroding Patriot Act to monitor and collect record all activity from all Fed Reserve employees from top to bottom.

  12. Dee in NH says:

    I am a NH vote for Paul this time around. I liked his message last time but did not take him seriously. I wanted a middle of the road guy like McCain to defeat Obama. I liked McCain but he ruined himself choicing Palin. Hopefully with more name recognition Paul will have a decent shot, and please pick a viable VP. The only way Paul does not get my vote is if Pat Buchanan runs which is a long shot. He should have won in 2000 after defeating Bush in NH. Remember South Carolina!

  13. Yeah ron paul will save this country from the printing press of the evil federal reserve bank. Time for a Revolution. This man is going to lead us back to the top.

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