Comment: I believe that you believe what you believe.

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I believe that you believe what you believe.

At another time in another place I might agree with you. At this point in time and in this place with the conditions being what they are the proposal you are making is unworkable. The alternative proposed by Dr. Paul, who is also very familiar with the "Demopublican beast" as you put it seems to me at least to be more practical and achievable. There are no guarantees in either case.

At no time in the past in America have the people been waking up to their true condition in such large numbers. With the creation and rapid development of the Internet in the past fifteen years the Information Age has truly arrived and people are able to access news and historical reports with remarkable ease. It is no longer a push media environment at the mercy of the controllers but a pull one. The individual is now able to obtain information from an hitherto unimaginable number of sources, some bad, some good, but all available. The people who are doing this are the ones who are supporting the Ron Paul R3VOLution and are the ones most likely to be able to change the existing status quo Parties.

I do understand the desire to start anew and rebuild from the beginning but with the status quo parties being so firmly entrenched in the public mind it is better in my view to take over the existing structure and make the rules that will benefit everyone and not just the few. I believe the majority of the American people still believe the principles of their founding documents, they just do not realise they have been deceived by their leaders who have changed the nation by using the form of republicanism to instal socialism. When they wake up to this then they are motivated to do something about it. This is what is happening.

There are those who are so consumed with hatred of the duopoly that they cannot see straight and wrongly impugn the efforts of those who are working inside the duopoly structure. That attitude will accomplish nothing in any venture and I am sure you do not share it. There are others who are trying to attract libertarians to the Libertarian Party but that is like preaching to the choir. The mission field is in the duopoly and the "people at large" not amongst libertarians. Unless of course you are trying to do as you are doing, build yet another political party. In doing so you are pulling against the efforts of those working in the duopoly but in time you may, with the Libertarians and the others in libertarian inclined third parties, come to realise that the real future for Constitutional political and economic liberty is with the Ron Paul Republicans.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)