Where we go from hereSubmitted by zeninthecar on Mon, 09/10/2012 - 22:02
Here is a beacon of hope and a guideline to success.
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Should we leave the republican party? No, I would not advise it. No matter how demoralized some of you may be there is no denying that the playing field as it appears we will be handed is the ripest for our ideals and our goals. Allow me to explain; Ron Paul has been our greatest ally as well as our greatest enemy. Under the banner of Ron Paul all of us have gravitated from all over and formed into something far more powerful than the federal government. We have formed into We the People. We are the bearers of the birthright of Freedom and Liberty and it has always been We who are the masters of this country and rulers of our own selves. We have simply forgotten it, as have they. They being people who do not yet understand that the system they are partaking in is actually malevolent to them as well. Yet our authority has not been recognized because up until now they have been able to label us “Those Ron Paul supporters”.
I would suggest that not being able to be labeled a Ron Paul supporter is now the best possible position for a Ron Paul supporter, wouldn’t you say? Now you are simply a republican. And lest we forget that though we dug into the system and came a little short we nevertheless dug into the system. We are in it. We are an infection which has gotten into the blood stream of the bloated elephant and they would love nothing more than to simply flush us out of their system, but like any good virus I know we can adapt and spread if we so desired it.
I am of the opinion that all of those who make up the several ‘Liberty’ or ‘Ron Paul’ pages or anyone else who marched in to become a delegate for this election cycle as well as Liberty activists overall in district 8 remain in the local GOP. I think that because of the stigma of being a Ron Paul supporter is going to fade away and the short term memory of the sitting republicans will kick in and they will be forced to have to deal with our ideals rather than our candidate. As we know our ideals, when properly presented, always win. They always win because they are right and true and undeniable. As we continue to be active in the local political system our individual credibility will ultimately rise and the reason for this is because of man’s inner nature. Man will tend to believe something if he sees at least more than one other person believing it around him. Man measures his sanity by collective thinking. When these republicans see that a lot of other republicans want to audit the fed or draw down the wars they are more likely to accept these ideas. Our mere presence at this point is infectious if we choose to remain in the party.
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