Comment: Tom Woods bores most people to tears

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Tom Woods bores most people to tears

I don't disagree with 99% of what he says - just the way he says it bores me to tears.

Tom Woods would make an excellent advisor for a skilled front man.
A front man with the skill of oratory, rhetoric and persuasion that Tom Woods plainly does not have.

This world is made up of people with different skills.

Some have charisma and oratory and garner popular support - some are deep thinkers.

Tom Woods and Ron Paul plainly belong in the latter category.

Ben Carson belongs in the former.

Judge Nap has both, but it would seem that he does not want to run.
Judge Nap can be a senior lieutenant and advisor for someone that does.

Ben Swann is someone else that is skilled at getting a message across.
Ben Swann would most usefully be employed as "Press Secretary" for this movement. He effectively already is - an absolute plus point is that Ben Swann is smart with a capital S and can contribute in other ways too.

This movement is boiled down to the following (or at least I think it is).
It is the movement to vastly improve the governance of this country and take it back to Constitutional principles.
It is the movement to restore wealth and prosperity to America instead of making it much poorer and weaker.

Any successful movement or project employs a vast range of skills.

Ben Carson is most usefully employed as the front man because of his great oratory and persuasiveness skills.

The actual policies (and policy details) can be formulated by those with a deeper understanding and knowledge.
People like Ron Paul, Judge Nap, Jim Grant, Tom Woods and Lew Rockwell.

But someone is needed with huge charisma and no baggage to present these ideas to 200+ million America's who have been brainwashed by decades of Corporate propaganda.

Do you get where I am coming from - or is it passing you by?

"In the end, more than they wanted freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all -- security, comfort, and freedom. When ... the freedom they wished for was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free."