Why support Ron Paul? Choice of liberty or government dominance
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Why support Ron Paul? Choice of liberty or government dominance

Washington : DC : USA | May 22, 2012 at 4:49 PM PDT
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Ron Paul Explains His Defense of Liberty

During an election year like this candidates make all kinds of promises. Campaign rhetoric with little substance clouds an issue, actually making it difficult to know where a candidate stands on specific issues that matter, like ratifying a Balanced Budget Amendment, abolishing the TSA, repealing ObamaCare, and passing Audit the Fed. Because of the Ron Paul R3VOLution we have a champion of these issues.

The Ron Paul movement has us in an excellent position to make sure the Republican Party adds solid liberty issues to the GOP Platform, which our delegates will be directly positioned to approve. His campaign is presently working to get several items up for consideration, including monetary policy reform, prohibitions on indefinite detention, and freedom.

Ron Paul is needed now more than ever because if either Romney or Obama are left in charge, you can say goodbye to personal freedom and civil liberties. In order to have freedom and liberties, you cannot be controlled. Socialism is control.

When someone is giving you something for nothing you lose your liberties because you then become a slave and are beholden to the slave master (The government). You are also taking money from people who are working for that money. When everybody is taking, there is no one left to take from and everything at that point will collapse (this is the cliff we’re teetering on right now). Ron Paul has held this kind of position for the past 20 years.

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