Lets get this straight, voting a politician into office does not classify as a revolution
my sentiments exactly.
Look, we know Ron Paul is not going to win, and Ron Paul even mentioned way early on that he most likely was not going to. This is not the revolution though, the Ron Paul Revolution is not about getting Ron Paul into office (of course it consists of supporters that want him in office..) But lets be real, his support, although rather large, is too widely spread out to make any distinct notions as far as him getting elected.
The Ron Paul Revolution is philisophical one, and this is widely discussed, not for Ron Paul to get elected, but to change the parties stances and understand the history of America, and where the choices we have made have landed us today... that is the entire goal of the Revolution, and to promote change and intensify peoples awareness. It is to expand the awareness of what people like me and you have, onto all the people that DONT HAVE IT. As where we gathered information, he has organized a movement of it.
The Revolution is everything that (almost) everyone talks about on this board. International banks dominating countries, withdrawing of troops from other countries, impeaching Bush and other criminal politicians that commit crimes against US citizens, as well as the world. Humble foreign policy, non-occupational forces and anti-nation building. Re-instituting the gold-standard, and withdrawl from the UN, NAFTA. Destruction of the IRS... Destruction of the Federal Reserve Bank.. handing the money back to congress so we contain the control.
Look, im not trying to spread propaganda, and im not trying to push necessarily for you to vote for Ron Paul (although i would like it.. i will admit,) What is most important for me though, is that everyone start really delving into the Revolution, if only for the sake of learning about the current facts of America.
Ron Paul will not win, and is usually looked down upon since he is somewhat considered a non-politician.
I just cant stand it when someone says "im not voting for so and so because they wont win..." Whats the point in voting at all if you dont vote for the person whom voted on issues you stand for? Of course they wont win, if no one votes for them! Especially for the previous stereotype mentioned towards what the media labels "underdogs."
Im just hoping that everyone gets the chance to listen to someone who is an avid American /Foreign Policy/Economy expert, because he provides really good insight. He doesnt play the games that all the other guys play.. the "who said what.. when.." bull.
How come i never hear anyone talk about Kucinich's legislation to impeach Bush? The reason for this post, however, is that i am aggrivated that i have heard all of the dems talk about impeaching Bush, and no one voted for the only guy that pushed for impeachment of Bush and Cheyney. he Created H. Res. 333 impeachment resolution, which calls for immediate impeachment of Cheyney. Obama is not even in support of it!
Most of the information about Bush and Cheyney lying that us normal citizens come across was gathered by Kucinich and Paul:
Check out this info:http://kucinich.house.gov/spotlightissues/documents.htm