posted on May, 16 2012 @ 06:40 PM
Originally posted by jlm912
The founding fathers didn't aim for war with their revolution, either. They just wanted a proper voice in the British Parliament, but the brush fires
were set and it got out of their hands.
It was rather ridiculous and disrespectful to boo those people off the stage, though.
I'd be nervous, too, if I were in Paul's shoes. Not only for his son's career, but if Ron Paul's movement breaks off into something bigger and it
fails, his name will be historically tarnished.
edit on 15-5-2012 by jlm912 because: (no reason given)
By supporting Romney, they support the corporatist Obamney status quo. They should absolutely be booed off the stage.
As long as no violence takes place, booing the enablers of our nation's decline and destruction off the stage should be welcomed and practiced much
more vociferously throughout the entire country.
If RP gets concessions from Romney for an endorsement, it is definitely a compormise which proves that his influence is meaningful, but by now he
should know those concessions will be twisted.
If he is setting up Rand to continue the fight, while bringing in those concessions, it is actually fairly smart longterm stratey for the movement.
For Ron Paul, its not about him. It's about the longterm implications of poor policy hurting American citizens.
Not sure how long we have, though.
BYW, this is far from over. I think those who follow MSM will be shocked at what will happen at the Convention.