Exeter, New Hampshire (CNN) - Rep. Ron Paul will be the next GOP presidential contender to speak at a Politics and Eggs breakfast Sept. 30.
Paul will address an audience of influential political notables at a forum hosted by the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College. The event is considered a must-stop for candidates hoping to perform well in New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary.
Obama political adviser David Axelrod will also speak at a Politics and Eggs breakfast Sept. 27.
Ron Paul 2012!
My first thought was target practice with the eggs but what a waste of good food.
So, are people going to be throwing eggs at Ron Paul? I don't think that he understands the real world well enough to be president. He needs to learn about what is going on and not rely on his isolationist policies.
Will the eggs be FRIED or SCRAMBLED? Both ways describe what the Republican candidates are all about!!!!!!
Ron Paul scares me. Cause what am I to do when he comes up and says no more auto insurance and some Nimrod hits me and doesn't have insurance. It makes no sense.
I hope the influential political notables being their game face and an open mind! RP2012!!
He's kinda like Ralph Nader of the right , poor guy !
****Ron Paul 2012****
The six percent candidate
I don't believe much of what I hear from Ron Paul and not one thing from his son Rand Paul. I guess the nut doesn't fall far from the tree.