Ron Paul Tea
Party: Money Bomb closing in on $4.5 million tonight
The 2007 Ron Paul Tea Party is
turning to yet another successful "money bomb" by the GOP
presidential candidate, numbers closing in on $4.5 million.
not just politics anymore, as odds makers are shacking in their
boots, while the Ron Paul Tea Party today as of 7:00 pm EST is
closing in on $4.5 million in single-day contributions to the
Republican presidential candidate. Even though it seems
highly unlikely that the Ron Paul Tea Party will hit the $10
million mark (a bet which would have paid 250 on every 100 bet
at the online bookmaker
Bodog Sports), the previous
money bomb result of $4.3 million has now been surpassed. The
betting prop of whether Ron Paul and the 2007 Tea Party will be
able to collect more than $4.3 million in contribution was a
favorite and listed with odds -900, which means that the
bookmaker will pay 10 for every 90 bet.
Congressman Ron Paul was recently this week on the
CNBC Mad Money with host Jim Cramer to discuss his position on
the current U.S. monetary system and the (pros and) cons of the
Fed in particular, and obviously his message is getting through.
Total 4th quarter contributions to his campaign have just
reached $16 million, as posted on his official website
RonPaul2008.com tonight at 7:15 pm EST (see snapshot). Ron Paul
also remains one of the leaders among the Republicans for the
party nomination by betting odds at Bodog Sports, listed with
odds 6/1, behind only Giuliani.