I Will Not Accept Any Blame, Shame or Guilt For An Obama Win If I Choose To Write In Ron Paul's NameSubmitted by Steven of Virginia on Sun, 08/19/2012 - 20:21
should that become necessary. It's like saying to me why didn't you vote for the man who "sounds more believable" when he takes his oath to the Constitution. I cannot vote for any man who "says" he will uphold the Constitution, but is unwilling to publically declare that he will not send our troops into war without a declaration from Congress. This is a disgrace , a sham and a farce that we and the media are so willing to put up with this nonsense, pretending we are "defending the Constitution", when in fact, our "leaders" despise the limitations that upholding it would place on them. The Constitution is the only rightful covenant/ contract that We The People have with OUR government. It was written to place limits on the Federal Power. A people who will neglect a constitution defining the boundaries of their government are a people who welcome a government without boundaries, foreign or domestic. We should ask our candidates for office to be clear and specific in their affection for the "amendable document" our founders framed and ratified on our behalf. It is ammendable by a specific process, not living and flexible to the interpretation deemed suitable to the administration of the day.
No I will not accept Blame, guilt or shame for not voting for the choice between two frauds. I will vote with a clear concious for a man worthy of the office, whatever the cost, I will rest knowing I have done the best I could do! I'm 51 years old and I will not be a voting prostitute for Constitution rejecting harlots anymore.
P.S> If the misfortune of Obama or Romney winning this election occurs, you and I ,who have supported the good Doctor will probably have aquaintances come to us within 12 months and say something like " I wish I had given Ron Paul and the issues more serious and deliberate consideration". To which we will only be able to reply with a teer in our eye, "I wish you had too."
P.S. maybe there's still time to share with our uninformed friends. Here's a good start: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9LN-CDRtCE&feature=related