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Only those within the party ignorant of our message can truly be brought to the light of liberty. The party "bosses", the corrupt through and through, must be exposed through the message of the liberty movement reaching the masses of the party. We will have to do this without the help of the press.

As for embracing the corrupt, the party "bosses" you can count on being stabbed in the back. The cheaters, the criminals, and enemies of the Constitution and basic fairplay are of no use to me. Maybe Doug thinks these types are "just a little pregnant" with this evil. I tend to think those that participated an supported crimes against the people should be dealt with to the fullest extend of the law under the Constitution and charged as such.
No more backroom deals. They must go.

I like Doug but what are we going to do about the RNC rules now?
Everyone is essentially locked out now with the rule changes. I do not see that changing without a big effort from us by 2014 to have any hope for 2016.

Rand will not soon be trusted. He sacrificed a little freedom in exchange for a little security with the wrong people. He should probably hang with Jesse Benton for a while longer and watch what happens to his support as they distance themselves from the message and ethics of the Ron Paul.

I for one will not be flocking to Rand or Mitch McConnell soon. Rand is lucky. He is young. He has plenty of time to work on principle and humility and maybe sometime in the future redemption. One thing for sure with his actions is he will have to earned it. More than just the leadership sacrificed much to get Ron to Tampa. The greatest grassroots movement of modern political history did not take well to apparent self-servers as the battle we had all prepared for drew near, regardless of their last name.

I personally will not forget soon what happened to us before and during Tampa and Rand's roll in it.

I'll be watching and wishing and hoping for the best and sleeping with one eye open...

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.