Comment: I tend to agree, but then I

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I tend to agree, but then I

I tend to agree, but then I tend to be a glass is half empty guy, bearish on the chances of turning this thing around from political action. The chances of empire collapse, in my mind, far outweigh the chances of dramatically reducing the size and scope of government via elections.

It seems to me that those who did not gravitate to Ron Paul's message during the recent campaigns are just not ready to hear the message. When, if ever, will they be?

I'm in the camp that believes a more libertarian world is possible, but only if we all tend to our business of building libertarians through personal relationships. Those who are raising children, if you teach them ethics, treat them with respect and do whatever us necessary to keep them out of the indoctrination camps known as public schools, it is quite likely you will have raised libertarians. Work on your relatives and friends. Challenge the idea that statism is necessary at any level.

I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein