Ron Paul: 'We have a revolution to fight, a country to change'

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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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People ask me all the time why I haven't given up hope for Ron Paul...



"They ask me if I'm going to quit. I thought we were just getting started. We have a revolution to fight, a country to change."


I tell them I'll never give up my hope for Ron Paul...even long after he's dead and gone. What that man has started in this country needs to roll tide and keep mowing down everything in it's path until this nation wakes up to the most righteous message heard in our time.

Don't give up hope fellow Paulites, they cannot keep up with the suppression of this message as long as we don't let them. It deserves to be heard by all!


U.S. Rep. Ron Paul isn't getting out of the presidential race anytime soon.

But the Lake Jackson doctor did say that fellow Republican Rick Santorum's decision to suspend his campaign has led many to ask Paul about his plans.

"There were 12 [GOP candidates] at one time. Now there are three," he told a standing-room-only crowd at the 2,856-seat Will Rogers Auditorium on Wednesday night. "It looks like we are cutting the field down.

"They ask me if I'm going to quit. I thought we were just getting started. We have a revolution to fight, a country to change."




Marion Hostetler, 45, said his drive from Ovilla was worth it to see Paul.

"Ron Paul is one of the few people I actually believe," he said. "When he says something, I think I can count on it being true.

"Hopefully America will start waking up and see we only have one candidate."




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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 02:03 PM
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posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 02:07 PM
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Unless and until someone better comes along, I will be voting for Ron Paul even if I have to write his name on the ballot. The remaining candidates are just more of the same thing we've had for decades.



posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 02:13 PM
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I absolutely agree, Just being in the race at all has enlighted many Americans. Reguardless if he makes it to the final ballot or not I'm voting just so I can write his name down!

Check out this thread I created yesterday about a man names Eustace Mullins, a very interesting researcher and historian, the last link I post in that thread talks about Ron Paul, interesting stuff.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 10:33 PM
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Yes I agree 100%. It would not be the first time I had to write down my vote. I was taught that we have a duty to vote for the person that we believe is the most qualified for the job, not the person who we think has the best chance of winning, and to me if that means writing down a name on the ballot , that is what I will do. I will know that I did what I thought was right and I will be proud of that. Voting for the lessor of two evils should not be the option that it is for so many.

From what I have heard from friends that watch MSM they have done a pretty good job of showing him as a nut job, but in the world of lies and deception that we live in today, it is the honest person who looks like the odd ball. I like that Ron Paul has a consistent record, it does not change to follow public opinion.



posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 10:37 PM
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It will be my pleasure to write in Dr. Paul even if the rest of America is to blind to see the truth. It is a real shame the direction this once great country is heading if we vote anything other than RON PAUL!!!



posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 11:05 PM
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Writing his name in as well.

I agree with Paul, the movement is growing exponentially, why stop here?



posted on Apr, 12 2012 @ 11:49 PM
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I'm all for the man: He is right!
If we all would take a our rightful stand, and do our part - our freedom bells could ring once again!

We can not give up, folks. The doors need to be slammed in the face of those who trade and trample on our rights and freedoms and over-step their bounds...

Ron Paul seems to be the only one that sees these things : He sees ALL of the wrongs i.e. how the FDA and Pharma hold hands, the wrongs of the Federal Reserve, our Constitution rights and Constitution itself being violated, etc.

So folks, if you care about anything we have left..... Please vote for him, He is the only one that truly is for us ...the people, imo.
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posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 07:07 AM
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A revolution i believe is out of the question, what the US needs is a Coup d` etat. If there was a revolution whos to say that the same people will get back into power after is done? You`d have to fight the elite banksters private military(FBI,CIA ,DHS, etc) The finacial system need to to be re-evaluated by experts who will not cover up the scam of the Federal Reserve and Big Banks and bring to light the names and faces of the ones responsible for it. The presidential elections have always benn rigged and i never understood why people would stand inline for hours to vote when their vote didnt mean nothing. I wonder if the founding fathers arent looking on from somewhere sick to the pits of their departed stomachs as to the clusterfuq that has become the USA.
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posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 07:24 AM
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With or without Ron Paul the revolution is coming. I think society has reached a tipping point, and any day it could come. It will probably be triggered by the economic collapse in Europe, or it could happen organically from austerity measures being passed, but it will spread throughout the Western world and beyond.

It would have been far better if Ron Paul was in office during that time. I think he would have been on the side of the people and would have helped to create the future. He is the only one I would trust to stand up AGAINST the military and corporate elites controlling the government.

Without him, all you have is another puppet in power, yapping in agreement with whatever the Pentagon says or bending over for News International.

That will not bode well for the future.



posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 07:58 AM
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Ron Paul is Americas last hope. If people don't realise that then they need thier heads examined.

If Ron Paul doesnt win then America will be in so much trouble it will be beyond belief.

What is going to really annoy me is that the sheeple will be taken by suprise even though they have had access to the facts about facism rising in the US.



posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 03:29 PM
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Thou shall not take Ron Paul's name in vain. Sorry.

Anyway...Ron Paul fans keep sending him the cash, he is sure to break out with a huge win very soon.




posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 03:57 PM
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Originally posted by detachedindividual
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With or without Ron Paul the revolution is coming. I think society has reached a tipping point, and any day it could come. It will probably be triggered by the economic collapse in Europe, or it could happen organically from austerity measures being passed, but it will spread throughout the Western world and beyond.

It would have been far better if Ron Paul was in office during that time. I think he would have been on the side of the people and would have helped to create the future. He is the only one I would trust to stand up AGAINST the military and corporate elites controlling the government.

Without him, all you have is another puppet in power, yapping in agreement with whatever the Pentagon says or bending over for News International.

That will not bode well for the future.


^ that is a great hope and I share it, but honestly when I look about my job and listen to the cow eyed folks just yammering about the dumbest $hit there is (reality TV and such) I realize that they'll not ever see the light. They'd not see the Pacific Ocean if they were on an Hawaiian beach if they were told by the MSM & TPTB that the Pacific Ocean wasn't there.

From fluoride in the water to the control of the education system to entertainment to the financial system, TPTB have control over what really equates to everyone. Those controlled believe that they WANT whatever is told to them is what they need.

Sure we're able to see the truth, but they could assassinate our character in a second--say we're terrorists, or child porn peddlers--with our pictures everywhere and completely destroy our message. Look @ the kony fiasco.

We're all fish caught in a giant net by some trawler, the mass isn't aware but we do.

I'm sorry to be so down.

Derek





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