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TPTB are not pushing Rand, but rather Rand is making popular stands, that they are exposing because they know Ron Paul was the popular presidential candidate, so there is a huge interest they can not ignor after two elections, where we have won several states and are growing within the GOP, despite the money the GOP gives to Rubio to sustain the Bushobama illusion of how to sustain a government that embraces perpetual war. Rand makes himself very clear where he stands, for constitutional government, which the establishment mocks.

((((((dducky)))))) Don't do it for me. You have a brain and know how to use it. If Rand is not your guy for your reasons, I can accept that. I may not agree with your reasons, or your reasons may not be relavent to my own.

Being that I am in the GOP, Rand means something completely different to me, than you. Just because I'm in the GP does not mean my reasons are better. It only measn that I have chosen to follow Ron Paul's lead into the GOP, which haad me sign loyalty oaths to stay in. No one knows how hard it is to sign an oath, and then keep ot when it doesn't work in their favor. Do I have regrets? No. I have hope. That hope is because Rand Paul is changing the GOP.

When I first began going to committee meetings, I was alone, for a year, over a year. and then another Ron Paul supporter showed up, and then others, and very soon, hopefully in two months, we will be the majority. This does not mean that even we agree with each other on every issue, but the issues are alive and we are disscussing them and how to bring them into the public arena. Rand is leading the way. Who else in the Senate is doing what GOOD Rand is doing, because he is doing good.

Part of the biggest problem is many folks have adopted Ron Paul's message, but they are not putting it to work, (and the ronpaul.com VS RON RAUL has me wondering about the message. I believe many don't agree with Ron Paul 100%, don't understand Ron Paul 50%, and they have issues with Rand because they can not appreciate how politics operates (loyalty oaths, precidents upserpting rights, they want to part of) Rand is in the middle and doing very well because he's standing for hemp, diplomacy, smaller government, auditing the fed.. and he's achieving this. Someone outside the GOP don't really care. Why should they? Especially if all they really want is a messanger rather than a constitutional government OF, by and for wee the people.