Friday, February 01, 2008

Candidates Release 4th Quarter Numbers

4th Quarter Cash Raised:

Paul ($19.9 million)
Romney ($9.1 million)
McCain ($6.8 million)
Huckabee ($6.7 million)
Cash On Hand

Paul ($7.8 million)
Huckabee ($1.9 million)
McCain ($2.9 milion)
Romney ($2.4 million)

Romney has $35 million worth of debt, McCain over $5 million. Huckabee has minimal debt, and Ron Paul has none.


Anonymous Rick said...

If Ron Paul could turn money into votes he would be in the lead, but as Romney is finding out, thats easier said than done.

6:28 PM, February 01, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Romney's money is coming out of his own checking account- Paul's comes from a legion of Patriot's who are not going to let the corporate media pick their candidate for them.

Fear not Rick, Paul is going to shock the media in this state, and about five more. Once Romney is gone and conservatives realize how bad McCain is we are going to have a brokered convention.

McCain can count on 100 million dollars worth of pumping up from the corporate media, while they are jumping through their own anal cavity to avoid mentioning the name "Ron Paul". It is a near total blackout. Check the major media sites. NOWHERE do they cover this story. You have to come to this blog to read it, just like the LA caucus.

The one they try to ignore, that's the one you want!

6:52 PM, February 01, 2008  
Anonymous Rick said...


What are your thoughts on what the final vote in Arkansas will look like? Can Paul pull 25%? Finish
2nd to Huck?
With McCain against Hillary, November is going to be a tough month for me. Is Paul going to run as an Independent?

7:35 PM, February 01, 2008  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...


8:06 PM, February 01, 2008  
Anonymous c.b. said...

YES?? Is that affirmative to the question on running independent???

8:58 PM, February 01, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've heard Ron Paul say repeatedly that he WON'T run as an independent. Also, Arkansas, like several other states, has a "sore loser" law that prohibits anyone from running for the same office on two different tickets in the same cycle. If for some reason Paul changed his mind, he wouldn't be on the ballot in these states. But I doubt he'll change his mind.

3:16 PM, February 02, 2008  

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