Does Ron Paul's farewell mean the fight for freedom is over?Submitted by Houckie377 on Thu, 11/15/2012 - 20:44
DALLAS November 14, 2012 – Today, a speech by a graying old man in the House of Representatives heralded the end of an era. It was quintessential Paul, long on liberty and short on government, hence the nickname “Dr. No”.
It is a fitting title that he bears with honor because it is not the sort of title one earns by compromising on principle or the constitution. Ron Paul believed that a vote for almost any law put before the House was a vote against freedom, so his vote was generally “No.” Quietly, with conviction, he bucked the two-party system his entire life.
His conviction was that law, especially federal law, is the greatest threat to our liberty. It would be hard to argue otherwise.
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