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The Case For Ron Paul v1.1

The Case For Ron Paul v1.1

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 The Case for Ron Paul
“We have lived as if in a trance, we have lived as people in fear, and now our rights and freedoms in peril, we slowly awaken to learn that we have been afraid of the wrong thing. Therefore tonight have wetruly become inheritors of our American legacy. For on this first full day that the Military commissions act is in force
we now face what our ancestors faced, at other times of exaggerated crisis and melodramatic fear mongering, a government more dangerous to our liberty than the enemy it claims to protect us from.” -Keith Olbermann,MSNBC news
Democrats, Republicans, Independents, people from all differentreligions, races, and facets of life. We share one common thing amongus: we are all Americans. Stop for a minute and forget about yourparty affiliation and all your differences
. Stop and think. Rememberwho you are. You’re an American. You stand for freedom andliberty.
Yes in this modern age, you stand for the same things yourfounding fathers once stood for.
Wake up America, Wake up America. Can’t you see? Where are your leaders?
 You might have heard something about him you haven’t liked. Maybethat he said something that was “crazy”, or maybe you’re thinking his72 years are a bit too many for a president. Maybe you think he reallyis crazy. After all, who dares to get rid of the IRS and send the troopshome? He’s been referred to as a Libertarian, though he considershimself part of the Old Right, a Libertarian-leaning Republican.
“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and loseour freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” –AbrahamLincoln
In the last few years we have entered a war we cannot likely win andspent more money than ever before. America’s future seams bleak.Our national debt is at a record high and only projected to increase.Rumor of war with Iran is brooding on the horizon. Talks of a national
electronic ID card come spinning out of Congress. Furthermore, themiddle class continues to shrink. The Canadian dollar is now worthmore than the American dollar. But above all else, our freedoms arebeing eroded. It should have never come to this. And yet the generalpublic doesn’t seem to care. They complain and swallow hard.It’s not so much about Ron Paul, or putting him in office. It’s reallyabout the message he carries—a message of freedom and liberty,
putting the Constitution back in office.
"Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations—entanglingalliances with none, I deem [one of] the essential principles of our government, and consequently [one of] those which ought to shape itsadministration." – Thomas Jefferson 1801
Ron Paul correctly points out that if the United States had always beenfollowing the constitution and advice of the founders, there would bevastly less government problems in today’s America. With theconstitution in office, there would have been no Vietnam or Iraq war,no bureaucracy, no Income Tax, and a small or non-existent nationaldebt. If the United States had remained in “
honest friendship withall nations, entangling alliances with none
,” 2974 Americans maynot have lost their lives on 9/11. Moreover, one thing remains clear.Americans would have more say in government and more freedom.
"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes thelaws." - Mayer Amschel Bauer, who founded the Rothschild family 
If he’s so great, why haven’t you heard of him? Ron Paul is in a tightspot. The media and the world elite will not easily support him, in factthey are already trying to discredit him and his campaign. They don’tlike him because Dr. Paul opposes the national debt and the currentstate of the Federal Reserve. The banks that lend the money areowned or influenced by some of the most prominent men in the mediabusiness.
Under President Paul, the system would change.
Of course, this would not benefit the bank owners and investors. As “wethe people” are put back in control, a loss of power and wealth wouldhurt the world’s powerful elite.
“Those who give up essential liberties for temporary safety deserveneither liberty nor safety.” – Benjamin Franklin
Already you can see the media networks trying to pick the candidatefor the people. Clinton, Guiliani, Obama, and Romney all step to takethe front page. But yet many American’s have their doubts. Can thesecandidates make America great again? Do they have what it takes tobe a great leader? There is a feeling of safety knowing that Paul will look to theconstitution when making a decision or voting for a bill. Presidents andpoliticians don’t always do what they say. But Paul has
10 terms incongress of consistency.
Not once has he ever voted against theconstitution or for a raise in taxes. No wonder congress calls him “Dr.No.”
“The means of defense against foreign danger historically havebecome the instruments of tyranny at home.” –James Madison
People are going to disagree with Ron Paul on many issues. His standpoints on issues are so well defined that it’s hard not to disagree. Butisn’t that better than the professional politicians who choose answersbased on how popular it will make them?
Ron Paul takes his viewsdirectly from the U.S. Constitution, the supreme law of our land. Thefounding fathers would be proud of Dr. Paul!
But the big question is: can Ron Paul win?
His candidacy remainsa long shot but his fundraising has skyrocketed this quarter. OnNovember, 5
over 36,000 people donated a stunning $4.2 Million in24 hours ($115/person). What’s even more amazing is that this recordbreaking “money bomb”
was organized by supporters alone
. If Paul reaches his goal of $12 million he will get massive publicity. ManyAmericans have already recognized that Ron Paul speaks the truthabout what needs to happen in this country. The message of 
freedomis popular
. If Paul can win the primaries in an early Republicanprimary election, the other states will follow. Ron Paul does not needmassive media support to win the elections. But he does
youand me

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