A rant about the fight in the SouthSubmitted by transamspirit on Mon, 08/20/2012 - 22:08
"Ron Paul is a loser. Ron Paul is a racist hypocrite. Why are you still fighting when you've already lost," are the words I hear in the deep south Facebook realm. Out of 200 friends on the site, only 9 like Ron Paul. That's about the same percentage that voted for him in Alabama. Unless you tallied it from the delegate votes he got. (Which if you don't know, is the clearest example of voter fraud this year.) Out of 9 people on Facebook only 3-4 actually still fight to educate the blind, enlighten the ignorant. Its a tough fight down here.
Sadly the majority of Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and Tennessee are die hard neo-con, kill 'um all, gung-ho, Bush wannabes. Its the bible belts way or the highway. Sadly, these beliefs are only held because of racist fear for their religions persecution of brown bearded men who live in caves. They love their guns and love seeing stuff "blown to hell". The fight is tough down here in the South.
I'm always posting topics about the Federal Reserve, NDAA, domestic spying, and needless wars. "Surely my posts are getting through to someone," I think to myself. Typically I'm left alone and one or two Romney supporters will raise hell when I mention writing the good Dr. in. That's the worst thing I could put in a post. O lord!!!
I'm told to quit trying. I'm told to give in. I'm told I'm supporting a loser. In my heart I'm fighting tyranny. I'm fighting for the constitution and our freedom.
Why are people so blind? I'm venting because I am tired. I've struggled and fought to defend our presidential choice for 5 years with minimal success. I've knocked door to door, slim jimed cars at football games. I've driven over 1000 miles to hear Dr. Paul speak in Louisiana and phone bank there as well.
The only image that I have that revitalizes me is that of Dr. Paul's struggle for 30+ years. I write this to inform all of my "Yankee" friends that pitching Dr. Paul to your liberal or Neo-Con friends is tough. It can always be worse. You guys make me wish I lived in New Hampshire. Its hard to find like minded friends to lean on around here. Never stop trying guys. Never stop growing our #s.
Fighting the tough fight in the South,