Justice, Truth, Liberty, Victory-Reasons Republicans Must Heed Ron PaulSubmitted by robbjerk on Sat, 08/04/2012 - 18:23
Do Republicans care if their party officials play fair and follow their own rules? Is the Republican Party the tool of the well-to-do, intrenched in control, or is it open to the grass roots members eager to be involved? If you wonder why such a question is even asked, you need to read this revealing article: How The Republican Party Stole the Nomination from Ron Paul. From what you may have heard in the media, you may think it was Ron Paul supporters who were not playing fair. But check out the links included in the article to document the facts. And read the rest of this post, including the all-important links, to help you find the truth.
I believe there is such a thing as truth. Although there are important subjective and cultural aspects to life, all is not relative, multi-cultural, and up-for-grabs. I believe that, for the most part, Ron Paul’s policies reflect truth in a compassionate and realistic way. This is the case for both foreign and domestic policy. Truth and justice go hand-in-hand. Is our foreign policy truly just? I address this question especially to Christians, who form a major block of support for our aggressive foreign policy. I challenge Christians to think deeply on these serious questions. The reasons for my position will be presented as his policy positions are carefully examined. I submit that the Republican party cannot reject the majority of Ron Paul’s positions without opposing truth, justice–and our own Constitution.
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