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A Call To Field Candidates for Office.

Witnessing what we, Ron Paul supporters, have accomplished in the caucuses convinces me more than anything else could, that Samuel Adams was right:

"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."

Compared to Mitt MoneyBags and the RNC insiders, we had only our passion. And we trounced them! There have been set-backs, but we have folded them back like an empty dress.

In the back of your mind, when the task at hand is finished... A call to arms!

Thomas Jefferson's arguments for nullification and limited government centered around the Kentucky Resolution of 1798 and uses the Tenth Amendment to justify a strict construction of the general government's powers; any powers not expressly delegated to the U. S. government remain the province of the states or the people, and any exercise of those powers by the general government is void and can be struck down by the states on that basis.

If we are going to turn this ship of state from its path of destruction, we will have to grasp all the levers of power and turn them, ourselves, onto the path of liberty and prosperity. After the election, stay with your Meetup groups and teams. Organize together and field candidates for every elective office you can qualify for.

I look forward to comments that give instruction, resources and advice on how someone goes about winning public office.

Mario Salvo Berkeley 1966

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