Our Forefathers Sacrificed Much More: Have Some Guts!Submitted by Blueshift on Fri, 05/18/2012 - 09:23
I know many of you have worked hard for Dr. Paul during this campaign and many have been working for the cause of liberty much longer. But it is wrong, however, to say that we have shed blood sweat and tears; for no blood has been spilt during this campaign and thank the good Lord that none has to be.
What you have sacrificed to the cause is nothing; nothing compared to the blood that was spilt to give birth to this Great Nation. When I see quitters and naysayers filling the comments I see cowards laying down their future, not because they were forced at gun point, but because their hearts were weakened from being bullied.
Do you all realize just how good we have it? Though our liberties are slowly being taken away from us, there are countries that if you were to peacefully protest on the side of the street, it would merit a bullet through your head. There are countries where little girls get knowingly trampled to death because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time. How many of you have stood in front of a tank in protest, knowing it could easily kill you? How many of you would let your country fall to such a low point?
By now you should realize that this is not just some regular campaign. This isn't just to elect someone who you think is good for the country.
Whether you want to realize it or not, you are the proverbial "spear head" in this great freedom movement for reclaiming our liberties.
That is why you need to try your absolute hardest to get Ron Paul the nomination. You need to remain vigilant till the very end. Whatever the results of this election cycle are, you still need to fight for liberty! This is bigger than Ron Paul or his son. If we stop for every hurdle in the road then we will lose momentum and the establishment will win. We need to gain momentum instead, and not let anything stop us.
If you ever lose perspective again, don't remind yourself of all the things that you have done for the movement, but instead ask yourself how much more your forefathers sacrificed for you.