Yesterday, 09:36 PM
It's true that there is a notable difference, Matt, but we're effectively back to square one, my friend. Unless we start getting people into local office immediately, we're back to education. That's realistically where we are. It is necessary, first and foremost, to recognize that. We can't keep falling back on Ron. The man's done his time and it's wonderful that he continues but we need to pick it up on our end.
Policy cannot, does not and will not ever define Liberty. Principles do. Fundamental principles based on a specific foundation for moral code. They must be accepted as an Indivisible whole in order to have any legitimate right of claim to its benefits. Policy won't accomplish that. Education is the only way.