I feel pretty much the same way. But I don't believe that it is too extreme or otherwise. It is what it is, and that comes with personal Liberty. My objectives are not inline with many here as of late. My goal, even prior to the election, was to find a Liberty candidate amongst ourselves and prop the hell out of him/her. The establishment are extremely well organized and fully funded. But they do not have the power of the r3VOLution/grassroots. In my heart I felt that with our momentum, we could have continued to grow well into 2016 and have a pretty decent shot. Even if we did not win, we would have reached thousands, millions more, which could have tremendously helped the young generation wrap this up by 2020.
I think about bailing out of this site everyday. I don't know, maybe I'm hooked. Maybe I still feel the passion of Ron Paul and the message. Maybe deeper down I have faith that people will eventually undertstand true Liberty, and what it takes to take our Republic back. Who knows what I feel. Tired, mostly.
While there are awesome threads here and I enjoy reading and learning from them, the place has also become riddled with crap. To each his own, I guess.
I am working hard in my state and the one next door. My state is useless, as democrats dominate every facet of life and I am pretty much an outcast, even among the very [left-wing] republicans. So I concentrate on the state next door which is yielding extremely positive results :-)
I am pretty much done with presidential. I know how it will turn out. But if by some freak accident you and others can come up with a Liberty person that is serious about running, drop me a PM, I will do everything in my power to help out.
"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul
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