Remember the Alamo

We are currently facing our own Alamo in just a few days time. We may or may not prevail at the RNC convention against the tyrannical establishment, but this is a battle that must be fought.

The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, 1836) was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. Following a 13-day siege, Mexican troops under President General Antonio López de Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar (modern-day San Antonio, Texas, USA). All but two of the Texian defenders were killed. Santa Anna’s perceived cruelty during the battle inspired many Texians—both Texas settlers and adventurers from the United States—to join the Texian Army. Buoyed by a desire for revenge, the Texians defeated the Mexican Army at the Battle of San Jacinto, on April 21, 1836, ending the revolution

If Ron Paul does not win the nomination at the GOP convention, and isn’t allowed to speak, his message will be heard elsewhere regardless. The Republicans will fail in their attempt to tamp out dissent, and the Ron Paul Revolution will become stronger than ever.

We might lose this battle, as we have lost others, but the of message of liberty and fiscal responsibility will spread faster than ever before and it will be heard all over the world.

The time of Ron Paul is coming, our constitution will be resurrected, and our freedoms will be restored.

The tighter the establishment and media try to keep a lid on us, the more people will rally to our cause. That is the reason for the internet security bills, and that is why they will not let Ron Paul speak at the convention.

“The tighter your grip, the more systems will slip through your fingers” – Leia, Star Wars – A New Hope.

Now I’m not particularly interested in self sacrifice, but I will fight till my last breath in conversation and typed word online, during these next two weeks to help give Ron Paul and the nation a chance at victory.

If we lose, I will retire from the presidential race debate and recover. But when the election is over, I and many others will come back with a vengeance.

Sir Winston Churchill suffered many defeats during the 1930’s, many called him a kook and said that his suspicions of the Nazi’s were ludicrous. Many thought his career was over, and said he would have been better off not to talk about such issues. But he spoke out anyway because it was the right thing to do. When the war broke out, he became first lord of the admiralty again, and soon after became prime minister. He led my home nation and the rest of the free world to victory in the most bloody conflict in human history. Anyone can succeed, anyone can victor over evil if they just continue to fight and expose the weaknesses in the enemy. Our current enemy lies in totalitarianism, collectivism and socialism on both sides of the political spectrum. It is a fight that will take everything in us to overcome.

“Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm” – Sir Winston Churchill

In this battle for liberty, as it was during the revolutionary war, we will lose many battles, but we must fight them, so that we can win the overall war for independence again.

So remember the Alamo!

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Paul Townsend

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

6 thoughts on “Remember the Alamo”

  1. If people vote for Ron Paul they will be handing over on a silver platter the election to Obama. Ron has ran many a time now and has never won and never will. That’s whay he never seems to be able to get on the Republic ballot.

    1. Ron Paul is currently running to be on the republican ticket. If he wins the nomination, there will be no Mitt Romney candidacy. If Ron Paul loses at the convention, he could run independent, which I doubt he will. But if he does, he’ll split the republican party, and yes, perhaps give the presidency back to Obama, but he’ll make the republicans think seriously about solving the debt and civil liberties, instead of pushing another socialist to battle the current socialist. But this post is about continuing the fight during the next two weeks to get Ron Paul to be the actual republican candidate. We need a true patriot in the white house right now.

  2. I understand what you are saying. But Paul has never had a track record of being on the republican ticket. The times he has ran has been as an independent. Spliting the votes would be a disaster. Obama has no need for a second term. Not enough people are on board for Paul. This will only surmount to a landslide victory for the Obama group. Patriot, indeed we do need, but as for Ron Paul, i don’t even think he will come close and for lack of anything else Romney will atleast get rid of Obama.

    1. In 2008 he ran as a republican and failed to get enough delegates to get to the convention. He did not run as an independent, and no one voted for him. This year, he is running as a republican, and he has enough delegates to get the nomination at the convention in two weeks time. Since the delegates are unbound, there is a good chance that many of the Romney delegates will vote for Ron Paul. He is not interested in splitting the vote. He will replace Romney as the republican’s candidate for president if we can get him through the convention. That’s the point. As far as getting rid of Obama, yes he’s a terrible president for sure, but so was Bush. What’s the point in electing another big government socialist like Mitt Romney to the presidency? At least if Ron knocks out Mitt at the convention, he can go out squarely at Obama as the republican candidate, and crush Obama in the debates, and take the presidency. Then not only will we knock out Obama, but we’ll have a constitutional president in the white house, instead of another sellout globalist puppet.

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