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Dave Nalle has worked as a magazine editor, a freelance writer, a capitol hill staffer, a game designer and taught college history for many years. He now designs fonts for a living and lives with his family in a small town just outside Austin where he is ex-president of the local Lions Club. He is on the board of the Republican Liberty Caucus and Politics Editor of Blogcritics Magazine. You can find his writings about fonts, art and graphic design at The Scriptorium. He also runs a conspiracy debunking site at


  1. Dave,
    Your article called “Why Ron Paul Will Fail” was extremely informing and made a ton of sense. I have a question about your statement that Ron Paul supporters have disrupted polls. Do you suggest that Ron Paul supporters stop participating in the online polls or is there anotehr type of disruption that is going on?

    Also, you mentioned that Ron Paul supporters are alienating the GOP base. How do we show are support for him while at the same time embrase and convert the GOP base? I am certain that I am as guilty as any Ron Paul supporter of letting myself get over zealous. I will not try to defend or justify that because you are right on the money. My only point is that, speaking for myself only, my actions stem from the frustration of on one hand wanting so much to a man of principle and patriotism become president and on the other hand not knowing what to do and what not to do. I guess my point is that we need guidance. We need more people like yourself to guide us in what to do and what not to do. Over 70,000 Ron Paul supporters rely on groups to organize their efforts. I am a member of the Upstate SC group #1321 myself. Could you offer me any advise that I can take to my group to help us not be part of the problem and become a larger, more effective part of the solution?

    Thank you for your wisdom,

    Joe Hall

  2. What I was referring to there was not an online poll – though I think skewing them is pointless and irritates and alienates the media. I was referring to straw polls and other GOP party group meetings of one kind or another.

    I appreciate that you’re looking for suggestions. I’d suggest keeping a relatively low profile at straw polls and other party activities. Just show up and be nice and socialize. Then organize to make a real impact at the precinct conventions. That’s where the actual work is done.

    There’s actually a good video on YouTube which shows a discussion of a San Antonio area RP group with some GOP experience. I think these guys are on the right track, and you can see their video on YouTube.


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