Anyone else figured this out? DP and RPSubmitted by lauriem on Sat, 02/16/2008 - 23:55
DP seems to be roughly made up of two perceptions:
1)That our focus should be on 'the real issue': restoring the conservative GOP base,and related issues---and that all CFR,NWO,Bildeburg,911 and other focuses are 'peripheral or distractions.'
2)That our focus should be on 'the real issue': understanding that the CFR,NWO,Bildeburg,911,etc. are the central issue,and that the GOP being saved is 'peripheral and a distraction.'
Therein lies the problem,people. Both views believe that getting to the core of the issue and staying focused on it,addresses the problem best.
Ron Paul,on the other hand,seems to embrace both of these perceptions. He certainly acknowledges the NWO,CFR,etc. ideology as the main issue(loss of sovereignty); yet he believes in staying focused on restoring the GOP base and party as a means to address the main issue.(He sees the above as partially responsible for the loss of the GOP). Likewise, he advocates a multifaceted approach to restoring freedom and the constitution-not only via his presidential campaign,but through many other means,both local and national.
In this regard,he believes in a free market and grassroots campaign,which is not unified in it's views,except in it's belief in freedom. And this is how we grow.
See? Everyone's right!