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    Default Who are we supporting again?

    Oh that's right, we've postponed that until 2012.


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    Third Parties, and Ron Paul Republicans and Democrats.

    "The consolidation of the states into one vast republic, sure to be aggressive abroad and despotic at home, will be the certain precursor of that ruin which has overwhelmed all those that have preceded it."
    - Confederate General Robert E. Lee to Lord Acton, December 15, 1866

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    congressmen and senators.

    your seat, your fault.

    let the sheep have their POTUS
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    C'mon, this one's a no-brainer...

    Baldwin said he'll name RP as Secretary of the Treasury, and Congress just gave the Secretary of the Treasury absolute economic power.


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    I'm voting for Smith and Wesson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IHaveaDream View Post
    Oh that's right, we've postponed that until 2012.

    Support whoever you like. I'm a me, not a we.
    We have allies many of you are not aware of. Watch the tube. Show this to your 30 and under friends. Listen to it. Even if you don't like rap, it has 2.7 million views.

    Cut off one min early to avoid war porn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanEdwards View Post
    I'm voting for Smith and Wesson.
    good choice.

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    I'm voting for Bob Barr and then joining the militia

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    Lawson Rocks, and there are a few others with decent odds of winning that are worth supporting.

    We may never have the opportunity to Support Dr. Paul again. He's an old man and if he doesnt wanna run at 76, thats truly understandable. Also, the average lifespan for an American male is 73-74. he's in emaculate shape, but with the elderly, you never know, I mean, kids and teens drop dead from time to time for no reason.

    The Revolution is far more than any one man anyhow. We are not supporting anyone, I support ideology, I think thats how we oughta look at it. Any man* who picks up proverbial sword in the name of liberty and justice is my ally and has my support. His own actions and words should be the only gauge by which a man is judged. party affiliation is dead. There is a guy running for county clerk in Arkansas that you could help out.

    realistically it does nothing to force liberty minded candidates on citizens that are not also liberty minded. Securing small local offices will help strengthen the movements image and ideology in the hearts and minds of the people, and they are far more attainable.

    There is an air of desperation that keeps us focused on national politics, but frankly I think thats part of the establishments gimmick. As long as we are focused on the big picture, thousands of small details in cities and towns across the nation are lost to us. Liberty is coding. if we don't stabilize her condition, we'll never have the chance to treat the illness.

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    I support abolishing the leviathan state! When that's done, go back to the articles of confederation and start all over again.

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