Etch-A-Sketch Ad From Ron Paul's Campaign

 By the Left Coast Rebel

 “Conservatives and Constitutionalists have long been concerned about Mitt Romney’s track record of position changes and flip-flops, and his top adviser’s slip of the tongue only reinforces this suspicion.”

-- Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton.

More on the ad via Infowars, via Matt Drudge...
The ad “will be pushed to conservative email lists” and websites, according to a press release from the Paul campaign.“In the context of $15 trillion in federal government debt, 12 million Americans jobless, and a country perpetually at war there is zero justification for treating the election as something to be toyed with.” the statement reads.

“It is equally off-putting to see Santorum and Gingrich react like carnival barkers, not the statesmen America sorely needs. But, none of this is surprising,” added Mr. Benton.“While the other candidates and the political chattering class are obsessed with horse-race politics and scoring public relations points, Dr. Paul stands alone in offering real solutions to difficult problems. He is the only candidate with a ‘Plan to Restore America’ that cuts real spending and balances the budget in one term, ends the foreign wars and nation-building, cuts taxes and regulations to create jobs, and reigns in the Federal Reserve,” the statement concludes.

RELATED: At Memeorandum, The Weekly Standard, "Risk-Averse Romney"

Updated: More at Bungalow Bill's.


  1. Although I agree with the sentiment expressed in the ad, I'm not sure what it accomplishes at this late stage of the race.

    1. My friends,

      Truth follows or need no time table, and pretty much laughs at such conventional thought.

      Romney is bad for America, and Ron Paul clearly makes that truth known. Romney will never capture or earn the True Conservative vote. He's simply not worthy.

      Bravo, Ron Paul! Keep on preachin' it, sir.

  2. In search of Truth? Look no further than Ron Paul. Perhaps it is late as you say RK and LCR. However. is it ever too late for the truth to be expressed?

    Given the state of the republican party, the conservative movement, and socons in particular the truth has been in short supply lately methinks.

    1. It's late for this presidential "cycle" (ie. three-ring circus). I am going to be more involved in promoting (and electing!) a liberty-oriented candidate in 2016. There are several congressional candidates for 2012 that deserve our support too, more on that coming up at LCR.

  3. Actually, the Ron Paul campaign is winning delegates all over the place, which is something the media is not advertising.
    Iowa, North Dakota, Minnesota, Alaska, Nevada, Missouri, Washington, and Maine are all states where the Ron Paul delegates are "activating".

    Here's a little bit of freaking out on the part of a Washington State GOP official, trying to round up an anti-Paul delegate slate.


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