posted on Dec, 6 2007 @ 05:00 PM
reply to post by The Cyfre
"Politics are an art form."
We have to be real here. Now more than ever, we are faced with an election that will turn our country around, or potentially seal it's fate. We have
good men that have been working as a buffer against the government for the people. These men running for president include Biden, Kucinich, Paul, and
Gravel. This is where it gets quite difficult.
Although good men, the only ones who have any sort of kinetic momentum right now are Paul and Biden. Everybody has blacklisted Gravel and Kucinich
thanks to mainstream media and their ignorance of politics and the media subversion.
As a Paul supporter, I see "our" message prying through the bars of mainstream media. We are almost in the clear, especially with the "money
bomb." People are talking, people are getting their message out through the original means. Word of mouth. I wish the same were true for Kucinich and
Gravel. But, as concerned Americans, we have to rally behind one cause. If we don't, our voices will not be heard and will be owned by the likes of
Romney, Guiliani, or Clinton. We will be washed out into obscurity again like we have for the past 8.
As concerned people, we need to make a collective effort to get somebody, anybody into office to allow our voice to make a # of difference. If we get
somebody like Ron Paul in office, that will start a chain reaction of honest politics and new honest politicians. Believe that the stubborn old prick
won't let ANYTHING that's not right for America slide. He's as fed up as you and I.
We can't lose this opportunity. I know we all want "our guy" to win, but I'm wiling to compromise with any candidate that I feel has unwaivering
integrity. Ron Paul has the momentum and the attention out of all of the potentially good men.
If we don't push change in a united fashion. We're done for. We really are.