Libertarian Ron Paul to make another bid for 2012 Republican nomination Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

Libertarian Ron Paul to make another bid for 2012 Republican nomination Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

WASHINGTON – (April 27, 2011) Clearlease Reports Ron Paul, the anti-war libertarian who’s considered the Tea Party movement’s “intellectual grandfather,” has signalled he’s running for U.S. president for the third time in his political career.

The 75-year-old Republican congressman announced in Des Moines, Iowa, that he’s setting up an exploratory committee, generally the first step in an official run for president. Paul said he’d decide soon whether to formally enter the race.

“I would be very surprised if I don’t make that decision in the month of May,” he said.

Paul ran a dark horse campaign in 2008, resulting in a small but devoted support base, particularly among young voters who were particularly stoked by his support for the legalization of marijuana.

Four years later, amid a lingering recession and consternation about the country’s gargantuan US$14 trillion nation debt, political observers say Paul’s primary messages _ smaller government and deficit reduction _ could resonate with larger numbers of Republican primary voters.

“The dialogue has moved towards Ron Paul,” Cal Jillson, a political science professor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, said Tuesday.

“For the past 25 years he’s been consistently worried about the money supply, deficits, debts and the Federal Reserve. He was all alone for a very long time, but now lots of people in the Republican party and beyond are concerned about those very issues.”

Bruce Buchanan, a professor of government at the University of Texas, agreed.

“He represents the kind of fiscal prudence that not only appeals to the Tea Party, but also the broader Republican base right now,” Buchanan said.

“If he acquires the kind of funding that he had last time, and the kind of grassroots support, he could do very well. And if the field turns out to be sparse, and people like Sarah Palin don’t run, he could pick up a big chunk of their supporters.”

Paul, who was the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee in 1988, finished a distant fourth to John McCain in 2008, behind Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee. But he set fundraising records, bringing in substantial online donations, rivalling Barack Obama’s similar triumphs during the presidential campaign.

Paul is strongly opposed to the Federal Reserve and its ability to print money, and successfully pushed Congress to pass a bill forcing it to open its books.

He wants income tax eliminated, wants to wipe out the Department of Education and has voted against raising the debt ceiling. Republicans, he argues, should have allowed the government to shut down in their ongoing fight with Democrats over budget cuts.

He has railed against what he calls “welfarism” at home and militarism abroad, and believes the U.S. should stop sending to troops to meddle in foreign conflicts like the one playing out in Libya.

His anti-military bent might not fly with some Republicans, but other stances cause the party to smile upon him.

He opposes gun control, and even believes pilots should carry firearms in cockpits. He’s also strongly pro-life and has called himself an “unshakeable foe” of abortion, although he doesn’t think the federal government should legislate abortion policy.

Paul is also opposed to universal health-care, critical of President Obama’s health-care legislation due to its scale and scope. But he’s also said he’d be willing to “prop up” Medicare and Medicaid with money saved by bringing troops home from foreign bases in places like South Korea.

On other topics, however, Paul could be a tougher sell for Republicans. Among other hot-button issues, he has called the war on drugs “a total disaster” that should be abandoned, and was in favour of a mosque being built near the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in lower Manhattan.

On Monday, Fox News’s Sean Hannity pressed Paul about his stance on the mosque, asking: “You are not concerned about the families of 9-11 and what happened?”

“This means you blame the religion, you don’t want to blame the religion,” Paul responded. “The principle here is a private property principle. We shouldn’t have governments building buildings and telling people where to build. It should be a private property issue.”

His announcement came just a day after the surprise decision by Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour to drop his plans to make a bid for the White House. Barbour, who had lined up major funding and top Republican strategists for a potential campaign, said Monday he lacked the “fire in the belly” to make a run.

Barbour is apparently not alone in his apathy. A recent New York Times-CBS News poll found that 56 per cent of Republican voters were unenthusiastic about any of the potential nominees.

Paul’s entry into the Republican race ends speculation that his son, Sen. Rand Paul from Kentucky, was also eyeing a bid for the nomination. The freshman senator, also a Republican, has said he’d drop any plans to run if his father joined the field.

Paul is reportedly planning to appoint top Iowa Republican strategists in an attempt to win over the crucial primary state. The Iowa primary is the first in the 2012 cycle and most presidential hopefuls spent significant money and time there.

But Jillson predicted Paul’s policies are too extreme for him to stand any real chance of winning the nomination.

“His message will resonate but he’ll still be seen as a bridge too far,” he said. “But he’ll certainly be an interesting person to watch, someone who has had a consistent, unwavering message on substantial issues for many, many years.”

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For more information please visit us at: http://www.clearlease.com/Career-Opportunities.html

About Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease Commercial (DLC Clearlease/Clearlease.com) is a fully diversified Lease Finance Mortgage Banking Brokerage Company specializing in Equipment Leasing, Automobile Leasing, Residential, Commercial Lending/Mortgage Financing. DLC Clearlease possesses the capability to accommodate financing needs ranging from a small second Home Mortgage to a Multi-Million Dollar Commercial Projects. No mortgage is too small or too large for this integrated Company.

Headquartered in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. We’re expanding in Q2, 2011 to Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta! In Q3, 2011 we are expanding in Toronto, Ontario! Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease services clients from Coast to Coast. Our Residential Group has a team of Licensed Mortgage Brokers offering our clients the best terms and rates available in the current market. Our Commercial Funding/Mortgage Group is active across Canada Funding Mortgages in cities such as Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria.

You may have recently seen a Dominion Lending advertisement on such media outlets as: Global News, CTV News, CBC Television, Rogers Sportsnet or possibly heard the great Don Cherry, a Canadian Sports legend, discuss Dominion Lending Centres.

Contact DLC Clearlease.com:

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease
HEAD OFFICE, Bentall Two, Suite 900, 555 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V7X 1M8, CANADA.
Mr. A. Pidgeon, Editor in Chief
Tel: (604) 696-1221 ext. 177
eMail: clearlease@gmail.com
Website: http://www.clearlease.com
News: http://clearlease.com/category/equipment-lease-blog/feed/rss
Twitter: @clearlease

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Libertarian Ron Paul to make another bid for 2012 Republican nomination Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

WASHINGTON – (April 27, 2011) Clearlease Reports Ron Paul, the anti-war libertarian who’s considered the Tea Party movement’s “intellectual grandfather,” has signalled he’s running for U.S. president for the third time in his political career.

The 75-year-old Republican congressman announced in Des Moines, Iowa, that he’s setting up an exploratory committee, generally the first step in an official run for president. Paul said he’d decide soon whether to formally enter the race.

“I would be very surprised if I don’t make that decision in the month of May,” he said.

Paul ran a dark horse campaign in 2008, resulting in a small but devoted support base, particularly among young voters who were particularly stoked by his support for the legalization of marijuana.

Four years later, amid a lingering recession and consternation about the country’s gargantuan US$14 trillion nation debt, political observers say Paul’s primary messages _ smaller government and deficit reduction _ could resonate with larger numbers of Republican primary voters.

“The dialogue has moved towards Ron Paul,” Cal Jillson, a political science professor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, said Tuesday.

“For the past 25 years he’s been consistently worried about the money supply, deficits, debts and the Federal Reserve. He was all alone for a very long time, but now lots of people in the Republican party and beyond are concerned about those very issues.”

Bruce Buchanan, a professor of government at the University of Texas, agreed.

“He represents the kind of fiscal prudence that not only appeals to the Tea Party, but also the broader Republican base right now,” Buchanan said.

“If he acquires the kind of funding that he had last time, and the kind of grassroots support, he could do very well. And if the field turns out to be sparse, and people like Sarah Palin don’t run, he could pick up a big chunk of their supporters.”

Paul, who was the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee in 1988, finished a distant fourth to John McCain in 2008, behind Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee. But he set fundraising records, bringing in substantial online donations, rivalling Barack Obama’s similar triumphs during the presidential campaign.

Paul is strongly opposed to the Federal Reserve and its ability to print money, and successfully pushed Congress to pass a bill forcing it to open its books.

He wants income tax eliminated, wants to wipe out the Department of Education and has voted against raising the debt ceiling. Republicans, he argues, should have allowed the government to shut down in their ongoing fight with Democrats over budget cuts.

He has railed against what he calls “welfarism” at home and militarism abroad, and believes the U.S. should stop sending to troops to meddle in foreign conflicts like the one playing out in Libya.

His anti-military bent might not fly with some Republicans, but other stances cause the party to smile upon him.

He opposes gun control, and even believes pilots should carry firearms in cockpits. He’s also strongly pro-life and has called himself an “unshakeable foe” of abortion, although he doesn’t think the federal government should legislate abortion policy.

Paul is also opposed to universal health-care, critical of President Obama’s health-care legislation due to its scale and scope. But he’s also said he’d be willing to “prop up” Medicare and Medicaid with money saved by bringing troops home from foreign bases in places like South Korea.

On other topics, however, Paul could be a tougher sell for Republicans. Among other hot-button issues, he has called the war on drugs “a total disaster” that should be abandoned, and was in favour of a mosque being built near the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in lower Manhattan.

On Monday, Fox News’s Sean Hannity pressed Paul about his stance on the mosque, asking: “You are not concerned about the families of 9-11 and what happened?”

“This means you blame the religion, you don’t want to blame the religion,” Paul responded. “The principle here is a private property principle. We shouldn’t have governments building buildings and telling people where to build. It should be a private property issue.”

His announcement came just a day after the surprise decision by Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour to drop his plans to make a bid for the White House. Barbour, who had lined up major funding and top Republican strategists for a potential campaign, said Monday he lacked the “fire in the belly” to make a run.

Barbour is apparently not alone in his apathy. A recent New York Times-CBS News poll found that 56 per cent of Republican voters were unenthusiastic about any of the potential nominees.

Paul’s entry into the Republican race ends speculation that his son, Sen. Rand Paul from Kentucky, was also eyeing a bid for the nomination. The freshman senator, also a Republican, has said he’d drop any plans to run if his father joined the field.

Paul is reportedly planning to appoint top Iowa Republican strategists in an attempt to win over the crucial primary state. The Iowa primary is the first in the 2012 cycle and most presidential hopefuls spent significant money and time there.

But Jillson predicted Paul’s policies are too extreme for him to stand any real chance of winning the nomination.

“His message will resonate but he’ll still be seen as a bridge too far,” he said. “But he’ll certainly be an interesting person to watch, someone who has had a consistent, unwavering message on substantial issues for many, many years.”

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfX_T9BpIug

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfX_T9BpIug

For more information please visit us at: http://www.clearlease.com/Career-Opportunities.html

About Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease Commercial (DLC Clearlease/Clearlease.com) is a fully diversified Lease Finance Mortgage Banking Brokerage Company specializing in Equipment Leasing, Automobile Leasing, Residential, Commercial Lending/Mortgage Financing. DLC Clearlease possesses the capability to accommodate financing needs ranging from a small second Home Mortgage to a Multi-Million Dollar Commercial Projects. No mortgage is too small or too large for this integrated Company.

Headquartered in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. We’re expanding in Q2, 2011 to Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta! In Q3, 2011 we are expanding in Toronto, Ontario! Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease services clients from Coast to Coast. Our Residential Group has a team of Licensed Mortgage Brokers offering our clients the best terms and rates available in the current market. Our Commercial Funding/Mortgage Group is active across Canada Funding Mortgages in cities such as Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria.

You may have recently seen a Dominion Lending advertisement on such media outlets as: Global News, CTV News, CBC Television, Rogers Sportsnet or possibly heard the great Don Cherry, a Canadian Sports legend, discuss Dominion Lending Centres.

Contact DLC Clearlease.com:

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease
HEAD OFFICE, Bentall Two, Suite 900, 555 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V7X 1M8, CANADA.
Mr. A. Pidgeon, Editor in Chief
Tel: (604) 696-1221 ext. 177
eMail: clearlease@gmail.com
Website: http://www.clearlease.com
News: http://clearlease.com/category/equipment-lease-blog/feed/rss
Twitter: @clearlease

###

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfX_T9BpIug

Libertarian Ron Paul to make another bid for 2012 Republican nomination Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

WASHINGTON – (April 27, 2011) Clearlease Reports Ron Paul, the anti-war libertarian who’s considered the Tea Party movement’s “intellectual grandfather,” has signalled he’s running for U.S. president for the third time in his political career.

The 75-year-old Republican congressman announced in Des Moines, Iowa, that he’s setting up an exploratory committee, generally the first step in an official run for president. Paul said he’d decide soon whether to formally enter the race.

“I would be very surprised if I don’t make that decision in the month of May,” he said.

Paul ran a dark horse campaign in 2008, resulting in a small but devoted support base, particularly among young voters who were particularly stoked by his support for the legalization of marijuana.

Four years later, amid a lingering recession and consternation about the country’s gargantuan US$14 trillion nation debt, political observers say Paul’s primary messages _ smaller government and deficit reduction _ could resonate with larger numbers of Republican primary voters.

“The dialogue has moved towards Ron Paul,” Cal Jillson, a political science professor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, said Tuesday.

“For the past 25 years he’s been consistently worried about the money supply, deficits, debts and the Federal Reserve. He was all alone for a very long time, but now lots of people in the Republican party and beyond are concerned about those very issues.”

Bruce Buchanan, a professor of government at the University of Texas, agreed.

“He represents the kind of fiscal prudence that not only appeals to the Tea Party, but also the broader Republican base right now,” Buchanan said.

“If he acquires the kind of funding that he had last time, and the kind of grassroots support, he could do very well. And if the field turns out to be sparse, and people like Sarah Palin don’t run, he could pick up a big chunk of their supporters.”

Paul, who was the Libertarian Party’s presidential nominee in 1988, finished a distant fourth to John McCain in 2008, behind Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee. But he set fundraising records, bringing in substantial online donations, rivalling Barack Obama’s similar triumphs during the presidential campaign.

Paul is strongly opposed to the Federal Reserve and its ability to print money, and successfully pushed Congress to pass a bill forcing it to open its books.

He wants income tax eliminated, wants to wipe out the Department of Education and has voted against raising the debt ceiling. Republicans, he argues, should have allowed the government to shut down in their ongoing fight with Democrats over budget cuts.

He has railed against what he calls “welfarism” at home and militarism abroad, and believes the U.S. should stop sending to troops to meddle in foreign conflicts like the one playing out in Libya.

His anti-military bent might not fly with some Republicans, but other stances cause the party to smile upon him.

He opposes gun control, and even believes pilots should carry firearms in cockpits. He’s also strongly pro-life and has called himself an “unshakeable foe” of abortion, although he doesn’t think the federal government should legislate abortion policy.

Paul is also opposed to universal health-care, critical of President Obama’s health-care legislation due to its scale and scope. But he’s also said he’d be willing to “prop up” Medicare and Medicaid with money saved by bringing troops home from foreign bases in places like South Korea.

On other topics, however, Paul could be a tougher sell for Republicans. Among other hot-button issues, he has called the war on drugs “a total disaster” that should be abandoned, and was in favour of a mosque being built near the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in lower Manhattan.

On Monday, Fox News’s Sean Hannity pressed Paul about his stance on the mosque, asking: “You are not concerned about the families of 9-11 and what happened?”

“This means you blame the religion, you don’t want to blame the religion,” Paul responded. “The principle here is a private property principle. We shouldn’t have governments building buildings and telling people where to build. It should be a private property issue.”

His announcement came just a day after the surprise decision by Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour to drop his plans to make a bid for the White House. Barbour, who had lined up major funding and top Republican strategists for a potential campaign, said Monday he lacked the “fire in the belly” to make a run.

Barbour is apparently not alone in his apathy. A recent New York Times-CBS News poll found that 56 per cent of Republican voters were unenthusiastic about any of the potential nominees.

Paul’s entry into the Republican race ends speculation that his son, Sen. Rand Paul from Kentucky, was also eyeing a bid for the nomination. The freshman senator, also a Republican, has said he’d drop any plans to run if his father joined the field.

Paul is reportedly planning to appoint top Iowa Republican strategists in an attempt to win over the crucial primary state. The Iowa primary is the first in the 2012 cycle and most presidential hopefuls spent significant money and time there.

But Jillson predicted Paul’s policies are too extreme for him to stand any real chance of winning the nomination.

“His message will resonate but he’ll still be seen as a bridge too far,” he said. “But he’ll certainly be an interesting person to watch, someone who has had a consistent, unwavering message on substantial issues for many, many years.”

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfX_T9BpIug

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfX_T9BpIug

For more information please visit us at: http://www.clearlease.com/Career-Opportunities.html

About Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease Commercial (DLC Clearlease/Clearlease.com) is a fully diversified Lease Finance Mortgage Banking Brokerage Company specializing in Equipment Leasing, Automobile Leasing, Residential, Commercial Lending/Mortgage Financing. DLC Clearlease possesses the capability to accommodate financing needs ranging from a small second Home Mortgage to a Multi-Million Dollar Commercial Projects. No mortgage is too small or too large for this integrated Company.

Headquartered in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. We’re expanding in Q2, 2011 to Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta! In Q3, 2011 we are expanding in Toronto, Ontario! Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease services clients from Coast to Coast. Our Residential Group has a team of Licensed Mortgage Brokers offering our clients the best terms and rates available in the current market. Our Commercial Funding/Mortgage Group is active across Canada Funding Mortgages in cities such as Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria.

You may have recently seen a Dominion Lending advertisement on such media outlets as: Global News, CTV News, CBC Television, Rogers Sportsnet or possibly heard the great Don Cherry, a Canadian Sports legend, discuss Dominion Lending Centres.

Contact DLC Clearlease.com:

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease
HEAD OFFICE, Bentall Two, Suite 900, 555 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V7X 1M8, CANADA.
Mr. A. Pidgeon, Editor in Chief
Tel: (604) 696-1221 ext. 177
eMail: clearlease@gmail.com
Website: http://www.clearlease.com
News: http://clearlease.com/category/equipment-lease-blog/feed/rss
Twitter: @clearlease

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