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Does the establishment think we are just going to go back to sleep? (PEP TALK)

I don't get what their end-game is here. Say they succeed in their goal of blocking a Ron Paul presidency- then what? Do they think we are just going to quit? Do they think we are just going to forget everything we have learned? Do they think we are just going to give up the positions of local power and influence that many of us have earned? Do they think we are just going to give up on the millions of dollars and countless hours we have invested in the liberty movement? Do they think we are just going to stop caring about the causes we are so passionate about?

How long do they expect to hold us back? Surely they cannot be so arrogant as to think that they will cheat and "win" forever, although it does seem that way.

Look what happened after Obama was elected. Did we give up and succumb emotionally to his dictatorship? NO. In response, we started the Tea Party. When the Tea Party was hijacked and co-opted did we just give up? No. We surged ahead with the Ron Paul rEVOLution and left the establishment with an empty shell.

They cannot maintain. I still truly believe that Ron Paul can win this presidential election, but even if he doesn't, they still can't win in the long run. The amount of people that are now aware of the system is astounding. We all want immediate changes in the system, but it is going to take time for this massive awakening to take over the establishment. For this reason it is imperative that we keep fighting at all costs even if, heaven forbid, we fall short of our November deadline.

There is some talk of 2016 being our second chance, but the year we should all have in the back of our minds is 2014. Whether Ron Paul wins or loses, we have big opportunities in 2 years. Right now we are all focused on getting Ron Paul into the presidency, but once this issue is resolved, for better or worse, it will be time to move forward. Our focus will have to shift to getting OURSELVES into office. We have two champions in Congress right now- Justin Amash and Rand Paul. That number needs to and will grow. Ron Paul supporters are the most educated, most outspoken, and the most passionate, and in this election we are acquiring priceless political experience. We are setting the stage for our political futures. We are becoming delegates, we are giving political speeches, we are mastering the issues, we are learning campaign strategies, and we are forming massive political networks. We will be the most qualified people to run for office. We must all become our own versions of Ron Paul.

Everyone keep fighting. It is happening.



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reedr3v's picture

The old guard gatekeepers have long accepted

that politics is about muscling and cheating and lying for power. They do not have referents for honorable persuasion of hearts and minds; do not believe that is realistic. that is why they support foreign and civil policies based on force. We are fighting a culture war with peaceable means. I think ours are the stronger weapons long term.

This movement is growing leaps and bounds

Everywhere I go I run into more and more Paul supporters.

People are not stupid. We see the fraud, the blackouts, the lies.

We have at minimum doubled, tripled, quadrupled since 2008.

The tighter they clench their fist, the more easily we slip by.

Throughout history there is always a tipping point.

Money is the root of all evil. Good always defeats evil.

We will win no matter what these egotistical morons try to do or say.

NoOneButPaul2012!

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

you are right but..

It means:

"FIAT Money is the root of all evil. "

;)

Good catch :-)

I stand corrected!

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

This deserves a bump

It's true: we're all learning an awful lot, and we are training ourselves to carry on, with or without Ron Paul. Ron Paul has created a legacy of dedicated freedom-loving political activists.

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine