Ron Paul Is Passing The Torch To Us, His Patriotic Following And We Had Better Be Prepared.Submitted by RD4RP2012 on Wed, 05/16/2012 - 09:44
The winds of change are blowing hard and we can either prepare to divert the massive tornado that is the NWO by following Dr Pauls direction to grow the Liberty movement as he has been teaching us or we can ignore the warning signals and be assimilated into the collective and lost in a wilderness of pain.
For over a year now Ron Paul has been my leader, teacher, adviser, and friend as I know he has been to many of you and for some a very long time. I have learned from paying attention to this ever so sincere man the truth about Liberty, Justice, and what should be the American way that I feel ready to leave the nest and fly like an eagle. I believe we are sufficiently prepared to take up the torch and continue to work for what is right and just and I know Dr Paul and the other founding fathers are there to guide us along the way. We are so fortunate to have been given a living breathing version of our founders in Dr Paul and I will not betray that gift.
When I vote in November and despite all our blood, sweat, tears, prayers, and money Ron Paul should not be on the ballot, I will weigh very carefully what the options are and vote my conscience. Along these lines Dr Pauls direction will influence my decision heavily and I will not second guess him. I would give anything if he were on the ballot and I'm not losing hope of that, just being realistic.
It is an honor to help carry that torch that has burdened you for so long now Dr Paul, let us help take on the weight for a while you beautiful human being. It will be a difficult task indeed to find someone as capable and brilliant as you but not impossible, you have planted the seeds of Liberty in our hearts and there is no stopping the garden the will be the nutrition for the American Revolution 2.0.
We are between a rock and a hard place with Obama and Romney as our predetermined fric & frac non-choice in November and Gary Johnson as our, no chance of winning, conscientious objector...I believe it will be time to take this foraging for Liberty to a new level. Thomas Paine wrote during one of the hardest fought battles of the first American Revolution; "These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman."