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After the GOP convention, what are you going to do to win liberty for yourself?

Check out http://freestateproject.org/intro/ron_paul

I moved here four years ago after Ron Paul's convention party in Minneapolis (remember that? I still have great memories of that Minneapolis gathering), and I am still here and wouldn't want to be anywhere else in the world right now.

You think the ISFLC at Georgetown University this year was great? The NH Liberty Forum is miles better and just visiting New Hampshire will make you wish you heard about this little corner of America years ago.

What are your serious post-election plans to get back your liberties?

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The MSNBC interview proves that ...

... voting is not an act of revolution. There is no perfect man or women that you can vote for that can return you your freedom. It's heartbreaking! I know!

This is OUR REVOLUTION. Libertarians are becoming leaders and are moving to New Hampshire. The Free State Project works. It has a strong growing résumé of a history of successes. Visit New Hampshire for an exploratory trip and discover us! and what you're missing out on!

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I want to keep this visible.

become pc in my district in FL

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Liberty Classroom alos

Liberty Classroom also joining my counties' GOP...most likely i will be the youngest member or one of them by far. If i was ever to move away from Wi it would be to NH though for sure :) What is the work situation like there....?

*Wisconsin Constitution* Article I, Section 25 "The people have the right to keep and bear arms for security,defense,hunting,recreation or any other law-abiding purpose"

Better than MA or NY

People here are hiring All. The. Time. Anyone who wants to work and has the skills can be employed here. As long as you have a HS Diploma or equivalent you can get a job here.

As a Republican Central Committee member

My job is to fill the open seats with Ron Paul Republicans and continue Ron Paul's example in my county.

I am seeking a seat on a committee on my board of supervisors, where I also hope to influence board members with Ron Paul's principles and politics.

I am continuing to work with the campaign as a team leader and plan to get myself vetted to run for higher offices as a Ron Paul Republican in 2016.

I plan to write at least 6 letters to the local papers a year to refresh my community on what I am doing and to continue the good fight.

I implore everyone on Daily Paul who is a Ron Paul Republican to PLEASE work to get a seat on your Republican Central Committee. This is where candidates and issues are vetted. If you do not have a Ron Paul Republican on your committee, you will never see Ron Paul candidates and issues. If you have a majority of Ron Paul Republicans, you will have a "Daily Paul" in real time, you will be setting the precdident in your counties, and what on Earth is better than that, other than having Ron Paul as president? He couldn't do it without us. JOIN US. DO IT TODAY.

Continie the fight through

Continie the fight through the republican oarty like we did in texas. We just need more numbers and wr have age on our side.

For Liberty...

I am already doing it. After the Florida primary our Ron Paul group became a non connected PAC. We support liberty minded candidates on the local level and fight issues that are not liberty oriented. We are going to be doing a "Man on the Street" video asking people how they feel about all of the surveillance that's going on lately. That will be fun. We fundraise also. We spend too much time and money on national elections and issues where we have limited impact. We considered that if everyone cleans up their own back yard, we will have a pretty clean country.

RON PAUL 2008 Jazzloversinc

Right on.

If you are happy and having fun where you are, keep at it!! I was in a less than wonderful place after the 2008 campaign, and I decided a move to New Hampshire was like killing two birds with one stone. Four years later, I still consider it the best libertarian decision I have ever made. The only regret is that I ought to have moved back in 2001 when the project first materialized!

The Project is serious, it is a long-term plan, and NH is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. If you think the feeling you got voting for Ron Paul was wonderful, making a libertarian relocation is doubly wonderful.

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Get involved with the Rs or Ds to promote liberty

try to get elected in local or state government.
To nullify the interpretation by the Supreme court on the commerce clause. which DOES NOT include regulating businesses in state or interstate but only commerce between states, Indian tribes and foreign nations.

U. S. Constitution
Article 1 section 8
Clause 3: To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes;

I agree. The commerce clause is a huge threat to liberty.

An Amendment to the Constitution of the United States during the Constitutional Convention of September 1787 ought to have been written.

The commerce clause ought to violate such an amendment in the Bill of Rights. But tragically it does not.

Move to New Hampshire, where the commerce clause does not apply to your local trades the large libertarian community who have made this state their home.

I'm trying to get Mr. Nystrom

Great responses

Gulching and agorism is what New Hampshire's libertarians are doing!

Going Galt

Let's face it, it's about time to go on strike. Most of the important producers of the world, true to Atlas Shrugged form, just don't know it yet. It's time to enlighten them.

Look into

Agorism.

Also: the free state project is a great idea.

If NH

Were going to secede imminently, ok. Otherwise, forget it.

After the convention....

I plan make arrangements to attend Ron's inauguration.

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I know major allies who fund them" Gen. Dempsey

best answer ever.

best answer ever.

Hello? Any libertarians still

Hello? Any libertarians still reading the Daily Paul? Anyone thinking long term about the FSP?

I live in Maine about a half

I live in Maine about a half hour from Portsmouth. I've pledged to move to nh and may still move there. Getting a bit tired of winter though.

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