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    Question wheres Larry Pratt's speech from the CFL's CPAC event

    What is C4L doing. Im not even going to complain about the quality of the videos. at least lemme hear the speech. an mp3 would be great at this point
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    campaign for liberty anybody home
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

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    Quote Originally Posted by dripping rain View Post

    campaign for liberty anybody home
    nope.

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    I don't think they come over here often, DR. They're pretty busy with other things. If you want to ask them something, email or call them.

    www.campaignforliberty.com

    By the way, did you check their Youtube page?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerPrwn View Post
    nope.
    thats sad
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

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    I'll work on my footage tonight for you. The lighting quality is bad, so I'll just put up a still image. You can still hear it just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LibertyEagle View Post
    I don't think they come over here often, DR. They're pretty busy with other things. If you want to ask them something, email or call them.

    www.campaignforliberty.com

    By the way, did you check their Youtube page?
    im sure theyre busy but they should at least post the videos from an event they sponsored if they were to remain competent. Ill try emailing them but im not keeping up my hopes.
    i checked their youtube and no they still dont have it there. As a matter of fact they dont even have Ron Paul's speech there. I had to search on youtube to find it uploaded by a supporter. this is at its best incompetence imho
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyjade3 View Post
    I'll work on my footage tonight for you. The lighting quality is bad, so I'll just put up a still image. You can still hear it just fine.
    thanks Ladyjade
    it seems like youre the only one working eventhough you work at Ron Paul's office. Please take your time doing it. I dont want to be a nuisance here. I was just mad at the C4L staff not you
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

    Veteran of the Bloody battle of NPR
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    Thanks, been waiting for this myself!

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    As a lifetime GOA member and great admirer of that organization's accomplishments, I can say that you aren't missing much from Larry's speech. Even Mark Mix was better at Liberty Forum, considering that RTW laws are not necessarily an easily sell to a room filled with libertarians. Thomas Woods was without question the best speaker, and should have been RP's lead-in. Larry is a great political mind, but not the most compelling speaker.
    Last edited by AuH2O; 03-27-2009 at 09:31 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chase View Post
    Thanks, been waiting for this myself!
    youre welcome chase. we may wait a long time but we will hope its not in vain
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

    Veteran of the Bloody battle of NPR
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    1st week anniversary of this thread
    bump
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

    Veteran of the Bloody battle of NPR
    Valor
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyjade3 View Post
    Just uploaded them: http://www.youtube.com/user/campaignforliberty
    Larry Pratt and Bruce Fein
    Thank you ladyjade,
    Much obliged.
    AuH2O:
    As a lifetime GOA member and great admirer of that organization's accomplishments, I can say that you aren't missing much from Larry's speech. Even Mark Mix was better at Liberty Forum, considering that RTW laws are not necessarily an easily sell to a room filled with libertarians. Thomas Woods was without question the best speaker, and should have been RP's lead-in. Larry is a great political mind, but not the most compelling speaker.
    03-27-2009 04:39 PM
    I can't argue with you here, you are entirely correct. What needs to change is what captures our attention. Obama is a great speaker.
    Last edited by TigerPrwn; 03-31-2009 at 09:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerPrwn View Post
    I can't argue with you here, you are entirely correct. What needs to change is what captures our attention. Obama is a great speaker.
    Believe me, 2nd Amendment issues are primarily what capture my attention, because I see them as the very basis of a free society. But for one, it is a less nuanced argument -- very simply that unabridged right to secure our own life, liberty and property cannot be infringed if we are to have freedom. That doesn't position doesn't leave a lot of room for new creative discussion or fresh rhetoric. Secondly, even if rhetoric where called for, Larry Pratt probably isn't the person I'd choose to deliver it. An effective mail campaign to make an anti-gun politician hurt, sure. But an invigorating and effective speech on the vital importance of RKBA, probably not. Hell, there's probably someone at nrAWOL that could give more compelling pro-gun speeches, and they are the most faux-conservative gun-grabbing group out there.
    Last edited by AuH2O; 03-31-2009 at 10:36 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyjade3 View Post
    Just uploaded them: http://www.youtube.com/user/campaignforliberty
    Larry Pratt and Bruce Fein
    thanks ladyjade
    it was a great speech. ill listen to Fein tommorow
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

    Veteran of the Bloody battle of NPR
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    Quote Originally Posted by AuH2O View Post
    As a lifetime GOA member and great admirer of that organization's accomplishments, I can say that you aren't missing much from Larry's speech. Even Mark Mix was better at Liberty Forum, considering that RTW laws are not necessarily an easily sell to a room filled with libertarians. Thomas Woods was without question the best speaker, and should have been RP's lead-in. Larry is a great political mind, but not the most compelling speaker.
    maybe he wasnt Obama or Hitler. but it was a great speech. I never knew for example that 150k vets were disarmed or that the NRA was the one who worked hard to disarm them. He knows a lot of good info. I usually listen to speeches because I learn new things not because someone is good at reading from a piece of paper
    Thanks liberty Eagle
    I am a mid-west farmer, I make a livin' off the land,
    I ride a John Deere tractor, I'm a liberated man.
    But the rain it hasn't fallen, since the middle of July,
    And if it don't come soon my crops will die.
    The bank man says he likes me, but there's nothin' he can do
    He tells me that he's comin' but the clouds are comin' too.
    He ain't my friend:
    And I'll ride again

    Veteran of the Bloody battle of NPR
    Valor
    http://screenshots.filesnetwork.com/...rs/badge16.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dripping Rain View Post
    maybe he wasnt Obama or Hitler. but it was a great speech. I never knew for example that 150k vets were disarmed or that the NRA was the one who worked hard to disarm them. He knows a lot of good info. I usually listen to speeches because I learn new things not because someone is good at reading from a piece of paper
    Maybe I was taking that info for granted because I get mail and e-mail from GOA, NAGR, and a number of other small, principled gun groups, and am employed within the freedom movement. To me, nothing he said was news. I should hope that freedom movement folks keep watch on tyranny at every turn, but I recognize we all miss things from time to time.

    What I will say is that Liberty Forum exemplified a wonderful coming together of single-issue liberty groups underneath the umbrella of C4L. The conservative movement needs that sort of principled unification.
    "A wise and frugal Government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned - this is the sum of good government." - Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural Address, 1801



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