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Join "GOP Unregistration Bomb" petition! Here's one way to show the GOP that we're serious!

"I pledge to "unregister" Republican if Ron Paul is not the nominee."


We can bitch and moan all we want, but unless we can hit 'em where it hurts, they won't pay attention. Show the GOP that they will lose thousands of registered Republicans if Ron Paul is not the nominee. It will have a real impact if we all do it within the same planned week, then there will be no doubt what the reason was.

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We're serious? No, we're just

We're serious?

No, we're just lazy if we don't continue to make in roads in one of the two major political parties regardless of who we support for president.

It is not all all, nor should it be all about, the Presidency. There are local, state, and national elections that need to be won.

i'll say again

. . . if you the candidate are ...

stupid enough to run with a R or a D next to your name . . .

oh toooooo bad . . . you will NOT get my vote

down w the 2 party politico-mafia


...would make them happier.

back in the old West

... folks didn't just let other folks push 'em around and such. No sir ... I reckon' not. They didn't stand for being cheated and neither do I ...

I've already left the GOP this morning. Not coming back, neither . . .

{ Colorado state delegate 2008, alternate 2012 }

{ recommended viewing: "Braveheart" }

back in the old West

folks just wanted a fair shake, without a bunch of Feds from Washington crawling all over them just like King George used to do . . .

Here is a much better solution:


"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Serious at what?

Rash does not begot wisdom.

State By State

I'm in California. Unless you're a GOP delegate/active member, there is no advantage to being registered GOP. Switching your registration is a clear message.

I switched from Democrat to Libertarian in the 1990's for that reason, and it changed my life. My local LP chair contacted me and invited me to be a delegate to the state convention; contrast that with the GOP.

Ron Paul is correct: do what you want to do. If you can't stand the GOP, don't burn out, just get out, and do something else. If your area has dedicated supporters and you stand a chance to take it over, and you enjoy the process, stay in.

It doesn't hurt for the GOP to see the consequences of each of these results.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/


Do you think the GOP cares that you will no longer be able to take republican power from their corrupt hands?

It's amazing how emotional people get...

After all the victories we have had in the states, from taking over state parties to increasing our presence in county committees, you'd rather let them win by packing our bags and leaving? Get a spine dude! So we lost the nomination, that's a battle! In war you win and lose battles all the time, and we've won more battles this time then back in 07. Hell, if every patriot just left after the losing the first battle in the American Revolution, we'd still be sipping tea and while eating crumpets. Stop with this defeatist mentality man!

Too many people here seem to think that Ron Paul is the end all be all in producing Liberty, he's not, you and I are.

This post was from February.

Who is trolling old threads now?


lol nice try. we aint sheep.

lol nice try. we aint sheep.

It is amazing how many

It is amazing how many religious folks I meet are totally ignorant of the Inquisition which tortured and killed millions of "heretics."

A heretic was anyone who thought for himself or herself and did not accept the dogma or the authority of the Catholic Church. This horror went on for centuries and included the famous cases of Joan of Arc, Galileo Galilei, and Giordano Bruno.

Is it any wonder that those who do not accept the dogma of those in power are mistreated to this day?

Someone here among our brothers in our struggle looks forward to the day that political parties are a thing of the past. Notice that the Inquisitors just ruled on the guilt or innocence of the person being tried. If found guilty he or she was turned over to the secular authorities for punishment which usually meant death. Our Founders remembered and that is why they advocated complete separation of Church and State.

The GOP is filled with religious people who would impose their beliefs on this rest of us.


I, as a believer in individual freedom for everyone regardless of their religion or lack of it, look forward to the day that the religions of our time are treated the way the beliefs of the ancient Greeks are viewed today as Greek Mythology.

Watch the second of the trilogy of Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged on October 12, 2012. Her philosophy is one for living on Earth, a rational, integrated view of existence whose standard of ethics is Man's Life on Earth.

No Man's need constitutes an obligation on the part of another man to fulfill that need.

It's amazing isn't it?

Amazing that when you do a little research into the inquisition, that you find out that it wasn't "millions" who were killed, but more like 2000 over a 300 year period.

I don't agree with it, but I facts are important.

Why does being a republican mean 'forced" support for tyrannts?

Are so many people addicted to a party line that they can't speak truth and liberty?
While at Paulfest I talked with many delegates and their supporters who had already taken over the GOP in their towns, counties, districts and states. These people were having great success in turning their local and state parties towards liberty. Our real party comes from grassroots. Jury Nullifacation and fair trials with fair verdicts is the ultimate grassroots.

People are the party. If you don't like your party then help change the people. And by all means it'd your conscious and speak your mind. We change people around us every thine we speak out. Our job is to help inspire others to start asking questions. I personally find conversations about the real fear of your kids going to prison for a little bit of weed or local speed traps or unfair business regulations or working till May just to pay the taxes great opportunities to start inspiring questions.

The evil leaders in the GOP are much more afraid of us staying and taking over than us leaving. Hell, they are j98% just as satisfied when the democrats wind and help preserve their two party system. If you leave they will just buy more members but if you stay they automatically start loosing power and control. Remember we took over 13 states ( 6 certified). The GOP leaders are scared, as they should be.

We are winning.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.


Good idea...unregister as a Republican (remember what Sen. Jon Kyle said: "Ron Paul has totally taken our [state] party over,")
And then become independent or join the Libertarian Party (which got exactly 0.04 percent of the vote in 2008).

Leave a party in which you can have some influence, and then...? What?

Justin Amash, Ron Paul and countless others would have been unknown if they had tried to run in anything other than the GOP.

Right on BugMan. I agree...

...and am ending my affiliation with the rotted, corrupt RNC/GOP.

Even pulling my name out of my PCO candidacy. I've won as a republican PCO the last 4 years but I'm out.

After what I saw in Tampa, I challenge anyone to explain what this party has left to offer any liberty-loving citizen.

Here are just some of the people I would be supporting if I remained a republican and voted for Romney/Ryan.

After you see this list you might understand:

John Boehner
Reince Preibus
Karl Rove
Dick Cheney
Lyndsey Graham
John McCain
Michael Medved (a professed Ron Paul-hater)
Glenn Beck
Sean Hannity
Bill O'Reilly
Laura Ingraham
Mark Levin
Rush Limbaugh (said Obama is better president than Ron Paul would be)
Donald Rumsfeld
Paul Bremer
Bush Sr.
Bush Jr.
Dick Morris (and I do mean DICK)
Rick Santorum
Paul Wolfowitz
John Gibson (a chief Ron Paul-hater)
Bill Kristol (Weekley Standard publisher and head Neo-Con)
Fred Barnes (Weekly Standard writer and chief Neo-Con)
Donald Trump
FOX News
Michele Bachman (Traitor & Ron Paul back-stabber)
Mike Huckabee
Rudy Giuliani
South Carolina republicans who booed Dr. Paul at the debates
etc, etc, etc.

I ask you, does THIS look like a list of liberty-minded people?

I rest my case.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

no, remaining republican means you support the party platform

no, remaining republican means you support the party platform which is great but they are not following it, so we have to get Liberty candidates to take their seat and boot them the hell out!

I don't agree

Ron Paul remained Republican even after Bush was re-selected.

Remaining Republican means remaining in the good fight to change the platform because it can be changed.


This was posted originally in Feruaray....
why, with all the negative numbers is this floating around here now?
I wonder why...

"OH NO! He has a SON?" Neoconservatives and Liberals EVERYWHERE!

Rand Paul 2016

Corp RNC lobbyist trolls.

Corp RNC lobbyist trolls.


...seems pretty logical to me... after what just happened, the subject is pertinent again, isn't it?

I think if lots of people unregistered in a unified event, it would send a clear message to the GOP that they screwed up. When Romney loses to Obama, they my regret what they did.

THEN, re-register, get active and change the part while they're weak. Break 'em down, then build 'em back up the right way.

'Cause there's a monster on the loose

This morning I may have even signed that pledge.

But - Ron Paul's speech today restored my faith in what I have been doing for the past 5 years and my hope for the future of this great country.

Instead of changing my registration, I am making a donation to the Iowa Republican Party, because what survives is what you feed. I am feeding the true Republican Party principles because that represents ME.

Better yet

Don't vote for any Republicrats running for congress or state.

Let them know we will not settle for Romney's "self coronating himself". NO ONE WANTS ROMNEY-NOT EVEN HIS SO-CALLED DELEGATES...HAVE YOU HEARD? THEY HAVE BEEN ABANDONING HIM IN DROVES.

Keepin' it real.

Bugs in the machine's picture

I for one

Will join whatever party has the candidate most like Ron Paul, whether that means R, D, L, or any other.

On one hand, I do think that the GOP doesn't want us around causing trouble for their establishment, which makes me want to stay with them just to spite them. Eventually they might get tired of the fight and either die off or give in. It would leave us to inherit the party and all it's sleeping sheep, but it also comes with the burden of it's ugly history and damaged reputation it's predecessors have given it.

On the other hand, I would LOVE to be a part of an unregistration bomb, to send the message that we are not with them, and they do not have us to count on.

Whatever happens, I will join any party that genuinely serves the people and defends our liberties.

By claiming there is no conspiracy, you prove to those who believe in the conspiracy that you are part of the conspiracy.

It's not about party line. It's about influence.

Where can we exert the most influence towards liberty, freedom and independence? Vote your conscious and speak your mind. We have a two party system which is where the power resides. Many of us were registered Libertarians who switched to vote for Ron in the primaries. If we switch back and double the size of the libertarian party from .004% to .008% what good would that realy do?

We help awaken people whenever we speak out about what liberty means to us. It usually has very little effect when anybody talks about party line. So I say show up where you'll have the most influence.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

The OP seems to be overlooking the fact that

the GOP got along without us for quite a long time.

I see where the OP is coming from, but I don't agree with the logic.

Tu ne cede malis.

the flip side to your statement is

The GOP believes the swell in membership is simply people who will vote for ABO. Whne the real increase is the revolution.

I hear you,

And I dig it. I do stand by my statement, though it's easy for me to forget how blind and delusional establishment-types really are.