If America Was An Anarchist Society, Ron Paul Would Not ExistSubmitted by zooamerica on Fri, 07/18/2014 - 22:28
Congress wouldn't exist. Elections wouldn't exist.
The United States Constitution would not exist.
The Bill of Rights? You know, those pesky first 10 Amendments to the United States Constitution America invented...would not exist.
The 10 Commandments and the Bill of Rights have a lot in common.
The first thing they have in common?
As above from heaven, America's Founding Fathers tried to create below on earth.
We have tried and won, and have failed many times as well, but we still try.
Nobody would know who Ron Paul is today if he was not elected by his constituents. He has lost many times in his career, and has won too... but he still tries.
How can people be fans of anarchy and Ron Paul too?
I write because I care. I have seen a lot of talk about anarchy lately, and quite frankly I think it makes the movement Ron Paul started look bad.
Ron Paul did not want to throw Baby America out with the bathwater, he wanted a more limited, smaller government that is restricted by the people in power instead of the millionaire politicians controlling us from the District of Criminals in Washington - not the State.
Ron did it the right way. He followed the laws of the land, and at the same time has lived a life true to the laws of God that were handed down to Moses on Mt. Sanai.
His opponents often broke the law, and what did Ron Paul do?
He turned his political cheek and kept following it...which turned out to be the most powerful political strategy ever created over 2000 years ago.
The results of what Ron Paul started back in 2007 has manifested in to the biggest political change America has seen since when?
For how many years have people settled their differences with a simple vote?
Voting and anarchy don't mix well, kind of like eating your cereal with orange juice if the milk's gone...just doesn't taste right.
People voted Ron Paul into Congress how many times?
How can one be a fan of football and politics, but also be a fan of the complete elimination of all sports at the same time?
Ron Paul is a great politician, and a great baseball player too.
He played the game the right way, for the love of God's game called Life.