View Full Version : Why We Will Win

02-05-2008, 11:36 PM
Regardless of the outcome, it has to be said, Ron Paul has gotten more liberty-minded individuals seriously interested and concerned in politics than anyone in the last 100 years or so.

People complained that our support amounted to a bunch of teenagers who can't even vote finding out about Ron Paul over the internet. That's not a bad thing people. Regardless of how Ron Paul's presidential campaign turns out, from this point forward there is actually a true to live MOVEMENT going on in America. Polling at 6% nationally, not including those teenagers who "can't even vote". That's 6% of America that knows whats going on, and is trying to change it.

Sadly enough, the great majority of Americans will cast their votes for trivial reasons. McCain because he's a war "hero", Obama because he's black and for "change", Huck because he's "Mr Christian", Hillary because she's female........ Ron Paul's votes come from people who know what's going on and BELIEVE America is heading in the wrong direction and want to change it. That's 6% of the population of American, plus the millions we've reached who are too young to vote.

Ron Paul's campaign was never going to last forever. Regardless of if he wins or loses, eventually, the campaign will end. What will continue is the Revolution he started, and that will be his legacy. It's why he is writing his new book "The Revolution: A Manifesto". His ideals are something we can rally around, pushing not change for change's sake, but change to save our country!

So get involved in politics, support like minded individuals running for office. Donate to the campaigns of Ron Paulticians running for office. Do what you can to keep the revolution moving....and there's no way we can lose. There's just too damn many of us!

02-06-2008, 12:01 AM
Hey we're sheep, too!

We just found ourselves a good shepherd.

John 10:4
When he has brought out all his own, he goes on ahead of them, and his sheep follow him because they know his voice.