"We are a force to be reckoned with at the polls, we may not win, but we will wake up the GOP to the realization that they cannot win without our votes! this is the most important thing we can accomplish short of putting Ron Paul in the White House."
I agree, for the short term. In the bigger picture, the most important thing is to hang together (via the internet), and continue challenging and educating people out of their thrall.
Circumstances seem to indicate that we are tipping into a severe recession which will likely become recognized, at least in the rear view mirror, as a Greater Depression and a collapse to a much lower position in the global balance of economic power (military power will probably persist for some decades, but it is hard to deploy weapons when a nation is insolvent and its lines of credit get pulled).
Anyway, time is on OUR side so long as things don't become totalitarian-style violent even as time is AGAINST The Powers That Be.
Educate; make sure the propaganda your children are fed via the TV and the public schools is counterbalanced. Read your children books such as "A Wrinkle in Time" and "Animal Farm", so they will learn to recognize, on a deep level, that all is not what it seems.
Keep ÉTIENNE DE LA BOÉTIE's thoughts on the nature of "voluntary servitude" in mind if you get discouraged (http://www.constitution.org/la_boetie/serv_vol.htm). We do not need a "majority" to win; only persistence enough to reach a tipping point of maybe 12% of a stubbornly self-reliant voting public. That is really the lesson of ALL revolutions - including our own in 1776. The other lesson, of course, is to beware of getting shanghaied when victory finally arrives.
Bill of Rights /Amendment X: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
Do you need a politician or judge to "interpret" those 28
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