Comment: More so than Georgie Boy or Old Al

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More so than Georgie Boy or Old Al

Ron Paul, as far as I understand his position, understands the competitive, voluntary, design feature designed into a Democratic Federated Republic.

If the Federal part of the Democratic Federated Republic is limited by States joining, or not joining, and paying their Union Dues, or not paying their Union Dues, then in that sense, in that reality, the Federal part has to behave, it has to provide what the States demand, or the Federal part goes out of business.

The States compete for funds from people called tax payers, and the tax payers who want to bear arms will vote with their feet to competitive States where such things are supplied to meet that competitive demand.

A Free Market of States.

If you do not understand that, so be it.

I understand that, and I think Ron Paul does too, but Washington understood it, but he crushed it, and so did Hamilton, both called themselves "Federalists" but they were not Federalists, they were Consolidated (monopoly) Government Men, Monarchs, Despots, and people like George Mason and Patrick Henry, who were the true Federalists, but were called Anti-Federalists, neat trick huh, blew the whistle on the so called "Federalists".

A Ron Paul as President could have helped, have been the spark, to return this working Nation State (Despotism) back into a Free Market of Government as a Federation is designed to be, IN FACT.

So, sure, no question in my mind, take Georgie Boy and Old Al out, and put Ron Paul in, and the picture could be a more accurate visual message instead of more of the same abject belief in falsehood without question.

Joe