Thursday, January 24, 2008

Hillary-ous Bumper Sticker

Hillary-ous Bumper Sticker

I stand behind my support for Ron Paul. I know that there are a few people in the movement who attack Ron Paul because they say he isn’t a "racist." The fact is that we don’t need special laws, privileges or protections. The only thing our people need for survival is a "level playing field." I am aware that this is what we hear from "minorities" all the time. In fact we hear it every time they don’t get their way. But it is obvious that a level playing field is the very thing they DON’T want! It is the very thing they want to avoid.

This is why they need special care in the form of welfare programs, entitlements, affirmative action, job quotas etc. They seem to be deathly afraid of a white man or women speaking about racial pride with the same enthusiasm and passion in which they are freely allowed. Minorities act as if they are the only ones that should be allowed to talk of racial pride.
I can’t look into the head of Ron Paul but the reason I support him is that he has been consistent in his positions for years. Paul stands clearly upon the constitution and doesn’t seem to waver from that commitment.

The thing that is strangely unique about Ron Paul is that he has gained support from those on the right as well as those on the left. He has gathered support from people who simply believe that we should be governed by the constitution. People who want the government off their backs and out of their lives.

Because Ron Paul says the federal government should abide by the guidelines of the constitution, he is often called extreme with crazy ideas.

The thing I find most notable about the Ron Paul campaign is how he is being ignored by the media. If you have ever wondered whether or not there is a controlled media, I think the answer should now be obvious.

Because Ron Paul has not been "anointed" by the media speaks volumes about his sincerity and the things he wants to accomplish which would include abolish the IRS, abolish the private banking system of the Federal Reserve, close our borders and restore the 10th amendment to the Constitution.

On Monday Ron Paul received the endorsement of former New Mexico Governor Gary "Veto" Johnson. Johnson was governor of New Mexico from 1995 until 2003. In making the endorsement, Johnson said, "I am endorsing Ron Paul for the Republican nomination for president because of his commitment to less government, greater liberty, and lasting prosperity for America. We are at a point in this country where we need to reduce our dependency on government and regain control of our future. To this end, Ron Paul will bring back troops, end the War in Iraq, and will strengthen the U.S. dollar and the economy. For these reasons and more, Ron Paul has my support, respect, and vote."

Donald L. Luskin, a prominent financial commentator on CNBC and Chief Investment Officer for Trend Macrolytics LLC stated, "Ron Paul is the only candidate of any party with the courage and the insight to address the most fundamental issues of economic liberty - which is fundamental to human liberty."

Paul also received the endorsement of well-known pro-life activist Norma McCorvey, better known as 'Jane Roe' from the infamous Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade. In her endorsement McCorvey said, "I support Ron Paul for president because we share the same goal, that of overturning Roe v Wade. Ron Paul doesn't just talk about being pro-life, he acts on it. His voting record truly is impeccable and he undoubtedly understands our constitutional republic and the inalienable right to life for all."
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