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December 21, 2011, 04:26:50 AM
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I can return the money already in the wallet. Just give me an address to send to

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December 22, 2011, 07:50:27 PM
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I can return the money already in the wallet. Just give me an address to send to

If nobody wants to take this over to support Ron Paul, the two donations within will be moved to Bitcoin100, already having the blessing of those two contributors.

One last request: Anybody want to take over this noble project?

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December 22, 2011, 08:02:11 PM
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We tried to hash out how to get Ron Paul to accept Bitcoins a while back and came to the conclusion that the possibility of some foreigner donating a buttload to a US campaign is just too simple with Bitcoin since you have no idea of who the donor is.

Even donating directly to RevPAC would require some proof that you are not a foreigner.

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December 22, 2011, 08:13:05 PM
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We tried to hash out how to get Ron Paul to accept Bitcoins a while back and came to the conclusion that the possibility of some foreigner donating a buttload to a US campaign is just too simple with Bitcoin since you have no idea of who the donor is.

Even donating directly to RevPAC would require some proof that you are not a foreigner.

WOW! I didn't know that! Not a single politician, in the entire history of the US, has ever received donations by a foreign influence.

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December 23, 2011, 10:28:38 PM
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We tried to hash out how to get Ron Paul to accept Bitcoins a while back and came to the conclusion that the possibility of some foreigner donating a buttload to a US campaign is just too simple with Bitcoin since you have no idea of who the donor is.

Even donating directly to RevPAC would require some proof that you are not a foreigner.

WOW! I didn't know that! Not a single politician, in the entire history of the US, has ever received donations by a foreign influence.


Not quite, there were plenty of contributions from extremely wealthy donors.  The usual problem; bitcoin would allow this power in the hands of the many.   
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