I'm looking to build a nationwide, coordinated effort to call, email and visit every member of Congress and express the concern to vote down any resolution that involves a military strike on Iran.
What I really want to achieve with this, is to find out how each Representative is voting, and make it abundantly clear to them, that they will be challenged in a Primary if they vote for the use of force. That's the language they speak unfortunately.
My letter to my congressman and two senators:
Dear Senator Warren:
Please vote against any kind of military strike against Syria. All war involves unintentional civilian casualties, as would the strikes against Assad proposed by President Obama.
We don't need more innocent blood on our hands, or more blowback from our military aggression in the Middle East. We especially don't need to shed innocent blood in a country that is no threat to us.
This goes out to anyone who worked on the Ron Paul campaign or any Grassroots organizations who used a phone dialing system.
I would be willing and able to call as many members of Congress as I can tomorrow to put the pressure on them to hold a vote, and then vote AGAINST a declaration of war with Syria.
The Republican nominee for Governor of Virginia, says only Congress can declare war, hmm kinda sounds like the good doctor from Texas who endorsed Ken in 2009. From his facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KenCuccinelli
Are we sure that there is enough Gold in Syria to Cover JP Morgan's Short Positions in Gold?
Since the gold from Libya did not last as long as expected it has put things on a faster timetable for Syria and I want to make sure that we in the US are getting JP Morgan all the gold they need so that they can take delivery of Syria's gold as soon as possible.
I just want to be proactive and make sure that we are making plans to overthrow another country now, today, so that JP Morgan does not gets its inventories so low next time.
Question: I have a political friend - don't know where she fits on the political spectrum - who keeps suggesting to people to sue cops when they violate the rights of citizens.
Obviously the problem is that taxpayers just pay for these settlements whenever the public sues a police department.
We are wondering if it is possible to have monies personally come from the police officer and superiors who would be implicated in a given crime.
If this isn't currently possible, what is the path to writing it into law?
My sign idea for protesting government policy is
You Dont Need to Kill Syrians to Protect My Inalienable Rights
I am thinking of walking over the nearest Federal Building with it.
WHAT ARE YOUR IDEAS FOR A PROTEST SIGN?
Mother Jones had a recent article on private "mesh" networks set up by citizens tired of waiting for the cable and phone oligopoly or the government to provide access to high-speed connections.
For Ron Paul's birthday, let's spread his message on social media! Let's put down our favorite quotes from him and spread it as far a we can! I think we can make this trend globally by the end of the day! And also we should do a google bomb!
Who's with me?!
VIVA LA R[EVOL]UTION!!
I've heard, for a while now, many people in the liberty movement talking about the need for secure borders. When I've asked them about why we need them, it usually comes down to keeping immigrants out so that we don't get an influx of anti-liberty voters.
There is an alternative to this, though. What if we instead we focused our energy to make a concerted effort to reach out to immigrants, even illegals about the benefits of liberty?
Lovers of Freedom & Liberty,
In my mind, the legal status of marijuana is a pure freedom and liberty issue. Should any person or entity have the authority to tell us what we can or can not do as long as we are doing no harm? How can we say we live in a free country? My litmus test for any political candidate is their stance on the legality of marijuana. That is why I'm unsure about Rand. I won't vote for him if he can't come out and say that he is for the full legalization of marijuana.
As we are all well aware, just about everything is compromised when it comes to all of the big corporations according to the PRISM document as well as other recent revelations.
So what's a person to do? How do we keep our personal mail exchanges private?
By far the simplest and arguably the best way is to use a little known program called "BitMessage!"
http://bitmessage.org - Download it, save it to your desktop or a USB key and run it! There's nothing to install!
The contest would use the great job that so many supporters did in 2008 and 2012 to create youtube videos to promote The Ron Paul Channel. Contrast the MSM with the content from RPC. I remember the great videos from GHoebberX and eLIB3RTY, as well as others. We could get the grassroots to support this post these videos and create A "subscription bomb"
you know what to do.
Obama is a few executive orders away from beating the NSA's record of protecting Americans from 50 terror attacks. Read a refresher here on the NSA's claims:
Using his presidential powers, Obama was able to prevent a terrorist attack at Fort Hood by declaring Major Nidal Hassan guilty of workplace violence and not terrorism.
The Richmond Times Dispatch article I cited in this blog entry had the stark financial tally of the three candidates:
Cuccinelli has raised nearly $7 million; McAuliffe more than $12 million. Sarvis has raised $39,000, all from private donors, since his campaign launch.
“We have been able to raise what we have needed so far,” Sarvis said. “It’s very organic and it kind of builds on itself. I think we are gaining a lot of momentum.”