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Bring in new Paul supporters @ 9171787.com

"We must make the building of a free society once more an intellectual adventure, a deed of courage."
-Friedrich Hayek

Here's a challenge...an "intellectual adventure" as Hayek puts it. Discover the real issues. Discover the issues that really matter in America right now, the ones you don't hear about on Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, or The Huffington Post. I'll give you a head start: Trayvon Martin (tragic as his killing is) is not an issue. The Congressional Black Caucus is exploiting him, and Rush Limbaugh is exploiting them exploiting him. But he's not the issue. Neither is gay marriage, personhood votes, the First Lady...you get the point.

So, if all this "news" dripping from the front pages of The Drudge Report and The Hill doesn't really matter...what does? Well, that is the adventure. Hint: it's what the majority of political insiders, pundits, and Presidential candidates aren't talking about. One issue is M1- the Federal Reserve Monetary Base. In the past 4 years, it has increased 150%. That's right, in 2008 roughly $1 Trillion dollars was circulating in our entire economy. Today: $2.6 Trillion dollars. That's all you get today. Now start your intellectual adventure-- whether you're at Square One (http://9171787.com/square-one.html) or you're looking for a new candidate to replace Rick Santorum.

And think about the following quote from Ray Bradbury, in Fahrenheit 451: "If you don't want a man unhappy politically, don't give him two sides to a question to worry him; give him one. Better yet, give him none." People, particularly Ron Paul supporters, are politically unhappy because they're starting to see we have only been given one side to the question for so many years. And with the allegations of election fraud, they're beginning to think we have been given none. Its Approved Incumbent O or Approved Candidate M.
-Peter Knuckle

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