Political revolution remains undefined...Submitted by Wild-Blue on Sun, 01/31/2010 - 00:06
...One of my favorite web sites, The Daily Paul, is a virtual think tank when it comes to politics, as well as nearly every subject, all examined from a Libertarian perspective. Perhaps one of the most debated topics has been whether or not to start another viable political party. Nearly everyone agrees that the current political structure is dominated by a merger of corpora-political interests. It has become clear to most that this entity has its own agenda of power and control fueled by greed. America's founding fathers knew of this danger and sounded the alarm on numerous occasions. In fact, our very first president stated,
?Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.
The popular consensus on the Ron Paul site is that the political revolution now under way is best left undefined. Candidates, like the people they represent, fall under numerous affiliations. They are associated with various parties and movements for reasons that are varied as well. Moreover, this revolution is a people's movement and will not be coerced by the current political structure, nor defined by a sold-out press. No Gingrich, Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, Palin, Stewart, Maher, Maddow or Olbermann, no matter how "fair and balanced" they may perceive themselves to be, is going to steer this movement. The people are simply fed up. Absent are the loud voices and bulging veins from the town hall meetings. As if by some coded command the entire revolution has gone into stealth mode...