posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 09:10 PM
Ron Paul has been shouting the obvious since he was elected to congress. The problems all started as soon as we veered away from the principles in the
Constitution. The only way back to prosperity is to end the assault on the Constitution and principles of this Republic.
Were Ron Paul, to shout how he would end the assault and how to apply the principles in this modern age of communication, he would sweep the election
and gain an undeniable mandate to end the tyranny.
Does it strike anyone else as absurd that in 2011 We The People are able to directly communicate our opinions, share information, securely vote on
trivial matters with the click of a mouse any time of day or night yet most of us only communicate indirectly on matters of critical importance with
our representatives every two, four and six years!!?
Does it not seem insane thatneat back In the days the Constitution was drafted, prior to the invention of friggin electricity, going to the expense
and trouble of voting every two years was considered RADICALLY frequent?
Is it any surprise that corporations see inestimable value in our opinions, hounding us for our email addresses, offering large prizes for our input,
incapable of making a major decision before spending vast sums on focus groups, yet our own government says "Call us up and you'll get an automated
response, send us an email and it's dumped in a spam folder, open your filthy OWS mouth and we will lock your ass up. Here's what you're buying. If
you knew what's good for you, you'd shut up and just give us more money before we have to take it... dumbass."
RP is the only candidate who can legitimately make the Constitution a central aspect of his platforms. It's guaranteed to resonate with even the
humblest intellect because it's the Truth.
edit on 15-12-2011 by zarp3333 because: Misspelling