Laughing at the Ron Paul Rabble?Submitted by Michael Nystrom on Thu, 08/19/2010 - 20:09
In his speech at the 2007 Boston Tea Party, Rand Paul said that in the first American Revolution,
The British scoffed at the American rabble. They laughed at the imperfect uniforms and tactics of the American soldiers. They laughed at retreat after retreat of the American army. They laughed right up until Yorktown...
Today, we are that American rabble. The disgruntled, the disillusioned, the cynical, the bereaved. Bereaved at the loss of Liberty. The Establishment, in their high rise, penthouse views, laughs at you. They laugh at us. The Ron Paul rabble.
Sending Rand Paul to the Senate this November will stop their laughter. We are all sons and daughters of the Ron Paul Revolution. We now have a chance to send one of our own to the Senate. We are closer than ever to a meaningful victory.
Here is the second half of that speech:
Nothing has changed since 2007 when Rand Paul uttered those words. The only difference is that the president he speaks of at 1:25 was Bush. The issues are the same. Rand is the same. He quotes his father at 4:30:
We must remember that achieving power is never the goal in a free society. Dissipation of power is the objective of those who truly love Liberty.
The objective remains the same.
With today's money bomb, let's send a message to the Establishment that we will not be ignored. That we are not just a motley band of disorganized protesters. The Ron Paul rabble is the Ron Paul Revolution! The Revolution rolls on!