posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 12:17 PM
Originally posted by freedom12
...don't you owe it to YOURSELF to make time each day to time to make the world a better place by informing someone about Ron Paul?
It's the message that is important, not the man.
I do not challenge the dedication and sincerity of those who disagree with the freedom philosophy and confidently promote government solutions for all
our ills. I am just absolutely convinced that the best formula for giving us peace and preserving the American way of life is freedom, limited
government, and minding our own business overseas.
Democrats, republicans,...everybody believes their own personal ideology will make the world a better place.
The problem lies with the fact that most people genuinely prefer government control of their own and their neighbors' lives. Authoritarians of one
sort or another constitute an overwhelming majority. You can hand out flyers, write blogs and make speeches until you're blue in the face, and most
of them aren't going to change their minds.
Yesterday, someone wrote a thread about our future "statist utopia" and that it is an unstopable inevitability. I'm sure this poster has pure
motives. However, "statist utopia" is an oxymoron.
Ron Paul is an important man, but his philosophy which says that you can run your life better than the government can, and you have the right to be
left alone in order to do it, is what we need to try to convince people of.
Oh yeah, and it's the law