This is where we need to focus.
1) We need our people to wake up, both ideologically, and literally. Wake up to the fact that you are a soldier in this revolution, not a general. Rand, Ron, Jack, Doug, et al are calling the shots, for better or worse, and they're not always going to explain their orders or motivations. That's the ideological part. The literal part is we need to WAKE UP on the day of the primary, the caucus, the election, and be prepared to campaign, vote, work, and fight.
2) We need our people to dress up. Get a haircut, take out the piercings, cover the tats. Put on a suit, and a tie, and some nice shoes. Leave the Ron Paul gear in the closet. Look professional, respectable, and serious and people will think you are professional, respectable, and serious.
3) We need our people to show up. My county had 50 unfilled delegate slots at the Texas Convention. We brought no alternates. Paul folks should have filled every one of those slots. There is no excuse.
4) We need our people to speak up. Once you've done the first three, get your butt out of the seat and SAY SOMETHING. Speak your mind. Don't be timid, because the establishment isn't going to be timid.
If you cannot or will not do these things for the Liberty Movement, then please shut up. Crying like spoiled children over Rand's calculated risk gets the movement NOWHERE. It hurts us, and gives ammunition to the Neo-Cons and the liberal; something we don't need to be doing. It puts Liberty vlunteers on the defensive, when we should be on the offensive taking over the GOP.
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