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I Feel Like I'm 2 Years Old Again

I've grown from an infant here on the Daily Paul in the last two years.

I was delivered here by Dr. Paul, hungry to feed on the knowledge of Liberty and this site did not disappoint.

I quickly was able to crawl out from under the blanket of propaganda the Government pretends to protect me with. I grew to recognize pandering, hypocrocy, and demagoguery. I was even able to purge the Boogie Man paradigm that I was being force-fed.

Now I am upright, walking and well on my way to running for the cause of Liberty. Oh yes, I've stumbled and fallen a few times but I consider the bumps and bruises badges of honor. To speed things up I also shed the Establishment's diaper and the load within it.

Thank You Michael and fellow DPer's



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Weaning neo-con toddlers towards maturity, one post at a time

The challenge with growing up into a fully-functioning, liberty-loving adult is the stunted measure that neo-cons, for example, settle for. We find that often many folks seek immature comfort levels because we'd rather not deal with the truth the might hurt. Fables are just wayyy more entertaining and require no growth or change.

I have seldom been disappointed with the time I have invested in reading, writing, and contributing to the postings I've found here on the Daily Paul. Most contributors have helped me clarify historical facts and financial realities I had never fully learned before; along with breaking news analysis among learned peers, found only here. This has led me to open conversations with diverse beliefs better; and helped me take bolder actions than I would have likely explored before.

When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. - 1 Corinthians 13:11

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

I'm six on the way to seven

Maybe that means I'm finally reaching the age of reason?

Hey I feel like I'm 7..

I remain an optimist.

What comforts me the most is knowing that a common quality we have is to in one way or the other, not remain silent.
The math is on our side and so is the will to make it spread, so get ready for some big changes because most are tired of the bullshit and have no intentions in prolonging this vote of confidence given to government.

www.youtube.com/truefictions

I try to change people every day. Do You?