Finished goal of running the distance of 2,080 miles from Lafayette, LA to Washington D.C and back!!! 339.1 miles

0.0 miles run this week.
Daily running average for the week is 0.00 miles per day.
Total amount run in the past 800 days is 2,419.1 miles.
Daily running average overall is 3.02 miles per day.

Day491 Monday 01/02/12

ran 3.6 miles
This is Ron Paul’s final television ad in New Hampshire before the primary begins in eight days. It begins airing today and it will be the last spot to air in New Hampshire before the primary begins.

Ron Paul has a strong and wide following but he turns a lot of people off when it comes to foreign policy. This is my interpretation of Ron Paul. Regarding civil liberties and economical matters, the man is incomparable to any other candidate. His voting record is a solid line of consistency. He has never voted for a tax increase. He says things the way he sees them regardless of what you or any other person may think of him, and those ideas are based on his beliefs in our Constitution and what our forefathers intended.

But, when he begins talking about pulling troops from all over the globe and letting Iran do as they please with nuclear weapons, Paul gets tuned out immediately by a lot of people and the varying views and beliefs they hold as important.

But ask yourself this question. What is more important than ending the wasteful spending we have been piling on ourselves and on unborn Americans for so long? Our economy is on the brink of collapse. The numbers speak for themselves. It is not even necessary to speculate at what injury will be put on our nation if Obama finagles another term out of American voters. But we can speculate at how center-of-the-aisle Romney and Gingrich are. I like Romney and Gingrich and would vote for either of them as well as any other candidate instead of Barack Obama, but while we still have options Ron Paul is the man who is best suited to reverse our economical woes. Rick Santorum is another candidate I like and I am very curious to see how he does tomorrow in Iowa. But, ultimately, more and more, I want the tough love, relentless, genuine, conservative, hard working, economy repairing principles of Ron Paul.

Ron Paul is a radical, just as Barack Obama is, but he is on the opposite end of the spectrum, which I believe to be the far more productive and American extreme. What better candidate to neutralize Barack Obama and his extreme policies than the one who most represents the precise contradiction of everything our current president holds as important?

Here are the final polls for Iowa:

Romney 24%
Paul 22%
Santorum 15%
Gingrich 12%
Perry 11%
Bachmann 7%

589.1 miles to go.

Here is what happened one year ago on Day126.

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