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Even After The Filibuster, There Is Still A Very Long Road

I have refrained from msm for well over a year. After the filibuster, I was hopeful and curious to see if anybody had changed their views. For the most part, they have not.

I believe linking is not permitted, but it is from the headline that reads "After almost 13 hours, Paul ends filibuster that thrust drones into spotlight"

Here is a sample of what we are still up against:



Paul was at that republicon meeting back in 2009 (along with 14 other top republicons), plotting ways to obstruct the President at every turn, in the hope of making him a one term president.

Hey Rand Paul! The train has left the station! Wake-up, it's 2013 and your plot failed!

It's time to put the country first over your vindictive politics.

American Girl-724855

TO: witchrunner who wrote:

"... Someone actually with the balls to stand up to the thugs!... Let's hope he can get others on board and start doing this to stop all the destructive and/or unconstitutional stuff coming out of the WH."

"Unconstitutional stuff"? You didn't even bother to read the article, which explains why you'd be a Republican, clueless.



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insults and arrogance are merely evidense

Rather than talk about drones, they attack Rand.. I really don't consider those who are on that level politically debateable.. because they don't debate issues, they attack people and like having a governmebnt that backs them attacking people.

They vote.

Debate is useless.

You either see, or don't.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

No Doubt

Voters are fickle, many are under the influence of MSM and will vote issues they understand, and understanding issues is not easy, and I don't think this is an accident.. dumbing down. Yet we have solutions, and they are beautiful and to reach those under the influence we need more voices like Rand.. not more Rands, but more like Rand who can carry the weight of the many who vote.

It's up to some of us to stand on the inside..and I pick on you because you have what it takes to do exceptionally well on the inside, and not everyone does. I'm still learning, and maybe it's a life long education (I'm sure it is).. but some folks just can't handle it, and I'm not knocking that.. they might be able to do what you do.. although that takes inniative and some don't have that either, which I am not knocking.. just saying, we are all voters, not all of us are messangers or materializers.

If I lived in your area, I would check out these events/pacs http://www.pa-nmc.org/

have you checked this out? http://www.pagop.org/2013/03/pa-gop-launches-rapid-response-...

Thanks, Granger :-)

I CAN [pun] handle the pressure, so please keep me motivated :-)

I have re-registered with the first link. The second link is where the avoidance is, they are all very aware of who I am :-(

I myself still have a lot to learn, I will not give up :-)

Have you seen this post? http://www.dailypaul.com/277499/publius-huldah-on-the-origin...

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul