Ron Paul or a bust

Do you want to see Obama defeated in this year’s presidential election?

Do you want a leader who adheres to the constitution of the United States, or just another teleprompter in chief?

Do you want a strong leader, who will arm wrestle his way through legislation, or a leader who will set this country back on the track of independence and freedom?

My friends, I love freedom, and in the years that I have lived in this great country, I have done a great deal of research into what it means to be an American, and what it means to have liberty.

During the republican debates, I have found only one good candidate for office. There is only one who will put this country back on track, only one who will restore this country to what it should be, and only one who has your freedom in mind.

His name is Ron Paul, and I endorse him to become the next president of the United States.

Now the media would have you believe that Mitt Romney is the front runner, and that he would be the best contestant against President Obama. But would he be the best person to put in the white house? Sure…he’d probably be better than Obama…but given Romney’s flip flop nature, how can we trust him? Romney has lived a life of leisure, and has been groomed for success. But all he’s ever done is loot from other companies, stripped assets, and bloated government.

Newt Gingrich, who is the media’s current flavor of the week, has benefited from certain legislation and would endorse the police state.

For Mitt Romney to become the republican nominee all he  needs to do is sit tight, keep his mouth shut and look pretty. Don’t you think he’s quite handsome? Look at that lovely smile…reminds me of someone else I know.

All he has to do is give a few decent talking points, tell the crowd how much Obama sucks as a president, and allow his many corporate backers to write mammoth checks for his advertising and campaigns. The New World Order will continue unprecedented, and the Overton Window will shift ever closer toward a regimented lifestyle and back toward the ruling elite. But:

There is one candidate who stands in his way: Ron Paul

No other candidate has a proven background like Ron Paul, and no-one else is standing up toward the special interest media, and corporate groups.

In order to get rid of Ron Paul, the media does its best to blank out Ron Paul, they’ll silence anyone who stands up for him:

They do their best to discredit him, and now that Ron Paul is gaining momentum, they’ll use anything they can to stop him. They’ll even prop up the other candidates and use them as cannon fodder, to protect their chosen one, the illustrious Mitt Romney.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Mitt Romney is not unstoppable; he is not even very popular. He has a lot of big buck backers, and that is about it. All the other candidates are cannon fodder to use against Ron Paul.

Here is an article I read a couple days ago about Mitt Romney’s elect-ability:

I couldn’t have said it better myself!

Here is how the candidates are supported:

Mitt Romney & Ron Paul


The cannon fodder

Now I’ve heard that Ron Paul is unelectable and he doesn’t have a very good foreign policy.

Well shucks, wasn’t Ronald Reagan ‘unelectable’ also?

Wasn’t Ronald Reagan’s policy to keep the troops home, and rebuild them here on our soil?

Isn’t this country technically bankrupt? At 15 trillion dollars, equivalent to a years output of GDP, do you think we can afford another war? Do you think we can afford to police the world? Do you think we can afford multiple army bases all over the world?

Logic dictates that NO is the only answer.

Do you think it is a good idea to have our troops scattered around the world while the country is going bankrupt? Do you really think another country is going to fill the void and place troops all over the world when America leaves these bases?

Can this country afford another four years of Obama? Can this country afford another teleprompter-in-chief? Can we afford to trust a flip-flopper? Can we afford Romney-Care or Obama-care?

I don’t think this country can withstand much more of these failed polices and big government, from the right or the left.

The only person I see who actually has a concrete plan to fix this nation, to fix the economy, to maintain, preserve and restore freedom is Ron Paul. I don’t think we can afford to allow the media to have us ignore him any more.

For those who love freedom, for those who want a return of independence, for those who wish to return to a smaller government; consider very carefully who you vote for during the primaries.

Here is to freedom and to Ron Paul, whom I believe (if we can get him through the republican primaries) will crush Obama in the debates, and who I believe will not only become the best leader this country has had since Ronald Reagan, but indeed become one of the greatest presidents in history.

Ron Paul 2012!

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Paul Townsend

Paul is a freelance writer who grew up in the UK and became an American citizen.

4 thoughts on “Ron Paul or a bust”

  1. The only problem with Ron Paul is that he’s the real deal. In a government built on phoney images, he is a theat to them all. So everyone ignores him. But things will never change until people elect someone different. You always get the same thing if you always do the same thing you did to get there. A vote for Paul would be a change, but it takes enough guts to believe in the vote and to dump the political machines.

  2. My wife and I have both slowly changed our beliefs slightly over the past few years. We have always been conservative, and used to think that Ron Paul had many fantastic points but disagreed with his foreign affairs views. Every conservative radio host with the possible exception of Rush Limbaugh thinks Dr. Paul is “nuts” or “crazy” for wanting to pull all of our troops back and stop intervening in foreign wars. They call him an isolationist. They say that the only thing worse than America being the world’s cop is no cop.

    I try to find my own information to get to the real truth of what is going on. That is nearly impossible in many instances. Do I really know if our troops killed 100,000 innocent civilians as collateral damage or not? Has our own foreign policy led to many of the problems in the world today? Do other countries hate us for our decadent ways, our prosperity, or is it as Dr. Paul says?

    In the last few years my wife and I have decided that it is the latter. We too are supporting Ron Paul in 2012.

    Every other candidate has (or had) a policy which makes it extremely hard to vote for them. Any candidate who has ever said that global warming is real and caused by man is out immediately. There goes Romney and Gingrich. I don’t like Romney’s record on gun control or Romneycare (and many other issues). Newt is all over the place. He’s certainly not a real conservative, no matter if he did balance the budget. Santorum is better but I heard Beck ask him Friday point-blank if he supported PIPA and SOPA and he said yes. Beck pressed him and said “We already have many laws against piracy”. Santorum responded that we needed it to stop China from piracy. Glenn countered that there’s already laws against that too. Santorum couldn’t clearly articulate why we need it but he would still vote for it. At the end of the day, Romney, Gingrich, and Santorum all believe that government is the answer. Ron Paul would follow the Constitution. I believe he sounds “kooky” due to the Overton window being so far to the left. I believe he knows and speaks the truth, and that scares those in power and the media who have built their fortunes on the lies.

    What would Elliot Carver do all day if we pulled our troops back and were no longer engaged in fruitless wars?

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