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Friday, 21 September 2007

image for Ron Paul Crosses the Balloon Line at the Debate Ron Paul can cross a balloon line and no other candidates can cross it. All six of them went in the other back room.

1:00 a.m., in Ft. Lauderdale-- At the River House, Ron Paul was passing out candy before the debate and had a juice bar, and then everyone got ready for the debate. Then Ron Paul crossed the balloon line at the debate, it was red, white, and blue. And the party was at the next place by where Ron Paul was first meeting. The party was by the River House. Ron Paul saw a Ron Paul sign behind him and he was in front of the second pole (someone was standing at the first pole).

Ron Paul had food on the piano at the River House. He had fruits and vegetables and cheese. He had grapes, cantaloupe, and pineapple, and watermelon. Everyone gave Ron Paul money, and they gave him $33,000. Kara and Ron Paul clinked glasses and they both had water in them. Kara got the white cheese and Ron Paul got the yellow cheese. Then Ron Paul traded with Kara so that Kara can have yellow cheese and Ron Paul can have white cheese. Ron Paul was giving out candy and snacks, and at a bar with juice before the debate. Kara was from Texas; so was Ron Paul. He said hello to everyone at the River House, he even said hello to Kara. And everyone was taking pictures of Ron Paul. "Winning elections is even better than rehearsal votes"-- Kara said that. This was a rehearsal vote in Florida. (They had a free breakfast in the morning and they had a rehearsal vote at night in South Texas.) And that's all that happened at the River House.

The debate: They stamped you on the hand when the debate was going to start. Then when we got into the debate, there were lots of people in the debate. Kara's parents were sitting in the balcony. Kara was sitting with her friends because she had her ticket to sit by them. Her friends were sitting a little close to the stage a few rows away. And the people in front of us were sitting in front of the stage a little bit too, but they were a few rows away from us. They started really weird. Hannah's mom didn't like it; Kara's mom thought it was really cool when the debate started. Ron Paul was there and Kara was there and everyone was there. Ron Paul was my favorite, and there was another candidate that was my favorite but I'm going to keep it a secret today.

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