Wednesday, April 11, 2007

...first candidate that I have ever donated $100 to ...

Steve Says: April 11th, 2007 at 4:50 pm
For 50 years I’ve never cared for politics but I just donated to Ron Paul’s campaign (the first political contribution of my life), I’m telling everyone I know about him, and I am taking two days off work this week to drive 7 hours to hear him speak. For those of you who have not heard his unique brand of honest, simple and intelligent common sense, please check out his videos on Yahoo, Google and YouTube.
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Ron Paul on Alex Jones Show (04 / 10 / 07)

Ron Paul on Alex Jones Show (04 / 10 / 07)
For a full hour[less commercial breaks] Alex had Ron Paul on the air answering questions about how a Ron Paul Presedency would be, current affairs and whats ahead. Along with a few callers questions.
This is a MUST HEAR and Share/Repost.
Listen here.......

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The Federal Reserve Monopoly Over Money

by Ron Paul

The greatest threat facing America today is not terrorism, or foreign economic competition, or illegal immigration. The greatest threat facing America today is the disastrous fiscal policies of our own government, marked by shameless deficit spending and Federal Reserve currency devaluation. It is this one-two punch – Congress spending more than it can tax or borrow, and the Fed printing money to make up the difference – that threatens to impoverish us by further destroying the value of our dollars. -----readWhole article....

Sunday, April 8, 2007

The Sanjaya Principle: Why Ron Paul Can Be Our Next President

April 8, 2007
News Source:
Jonathan David Morris
The 2008 presidential election is now less than 19 months away. As far as I’m concerned, that means now is the time to start planning .....

... And that something different makes me believe something different can happen in next year’s election.
The something different in question is a lanky, long-haired Indian kid named Sanjaya Malakar, who, despite his lack of charisma and talent, is somehow taking this year’s “American Idol” by storm.
.... A hundred years from now, I predict historians will credit him as the reason a little known Republican congressman from Texas became our next U.S. president.

There isn’t a doubt in my mind that Ron Paul would be the establishment’s worst nightmare. [***Braveheart adds-But great for you, I and the counrty! ***]

First... Unlike Obama or John Edwards, Ron Paul isn’t a prepackaged candidate.
Secondly, not being prepackaged means his congressional record actually means something. You can literally tell what Ron Paul believes in just by looking at how he’s voted.
Finally, his congressional record is impressive. Unlike most congressmen, Ron Paul goes to the trouble of reading legislation before voting for it. For this reason, he knows better than to vote for most of it. A true conservative, he typically votes to conserve our nation’s money and resources. He has never voted himself a pay raise. And he is the only congressman who checks every one of his votes against the United States Constitution.

... Most of the candidates who say they’re what’s “best” are, in fact, the same people who keep screwing things up.

....No more saying, “Politics are corrupt, but there’s nothing we can do about it.” With that attitude, you’re right: There’s nothing we can do. But if a lanky, long-haired Indian kid who can’t sing can nonetheless succeed on “American Idol,” then it only goes to show that attitude is everything—especially when the people have the power to vote.
Between Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, our next president will be coming in after 16 very bizarre years in America. I’m urging everyone I know to vote for Ron Paul. And I’m urging everyone I know to urge everyone they know to do the same. I wouldn’t get behind a third-option candidate if I thought he couldn’t win. But I think Ron Paul can win if we get behind him.
Why not make 2008 the year to finally voice our dissatisfaction? To finally prop up a candidate who respects the U.S. Constitution?
Forward this article if you agree with me that now is a good time for these things to happen.
Ron Paul would be the status quo’s worst nightmare. But if we all got behind him, it would be an American dream. click there for whole story