I have read/am reading both The Revolution: A Manifesto, and Liberty Defined. Very inspirational and informative. I love how his writing (and his speeches) have that lovely lyrical quality, while remaining accessible to many readers.
Having said that, absolutely go on to Amazon and post a review if you have read the book(s). But please, do not sabotage anyone's review(s). I know it's frustrating when you have a good idea what is going on, and you want people to know how awesome this man and his ideas are. Believe me, die-hard supporter here. --But, try [your] best to either be kind to them, or actively ignore them. That way, instead of making an enemy-or drawing out the back and forth comments-you may draw in another supporter! At the very least, you have acted in a civil manner.
You represent Paul (at least for that one other person) every time you are in a smaller environment, especially in a web environment. Just offer them some links to the many web pages, state how you feel about Paul's message, or whatever you feel like discussing of course. But, don't get defensive-that will only turn them off more, and internally validate their prejudice against the best GOP candidate ever! :) So, be kind and represent truth only. Hey, does that sound like someone we know? ;)
Please don't think I am attacking you, I apologize if that is how I sound. Let's just do it right, and influence as many as possible. :)
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