posted on Nov, 2 2011 @ 01:26 PM
We have literally zero reasons to assume he's a liar. It's easy to say that he can't accurately represent us because he's an old rich white guy,
but if you're holding out for a blue-collar worker to step in and run our country (and TPTB to allow it), it ain't gonna happen any time soon. For
one thing it does take a lot of money to get your name and your message out there. By the way, I believe that this will change more and more with
online campaigning, but for now, look at your options.
Ron Paul believes in liberty. That sounds like a cliche, but it's true. It's the best reasonable answer to our extreme bipartisanship that I can see
(at least for now.)
Everyone claims to believe in freedom for Americans, but what they really mean is "freedom for my party, and the freedoms that our side chooses to
exercise." To not play favorites means, "OK homosexual couples, even though there are some (close-minded) individuals in this society who morally
oppose to this, it's your freedom. Right, deal with." "OK gun-owners, that is your right. Left, deal with it. "OK marijuana smokers, that's your
freedom. Right, deal with it." "OK, you don't want to give a third of your paycheck away in taxes? That's your freedom. Left, deal with it." And
in the end, it doesn't hurt the working class, it boosts them, because they have the freedom (from tough regulations and hoops) to try and try and
try again with business ventures or whatever road they want to take to do things their own way, free of government meddling and government holding
them down by helping out the big businesses and vice versa.
Plus, we need to knock off the unconstitutional wars (oops I mean nation building).
Yeah, Ron Paul's our best bet for a step in the right direction and the only person I trust to do what he says he will do. Or at least TRY.