Ron Paul and the Constitution

17 Sep

Today is Constitution Day.  Although the constitution granted the federal government a few powers enumerated in Article I Section 8, the 200+ year experiment in “democracy” has been a failure.  Now, the federal government has a virtual blank check—engaging in preemptive war, allowing the FED to create money out of thin air, creating Ponzi schemes, permitting sexual assaults at the airports by government employees in the name of security, and the list goes on and on.

However, there is hope, the election of Ron Paul to the presidency.  I have seen politicians come and go for more than 50 years, and only Rep. Paul has been faithful to the oath he took to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.  Any of the other GOP candidates would maintain the welfare-warfare state, a moral and financial abomination.  If all the freedom loving individuals in the GOP and in America realize that Ron Paul is the quintessential defender of civil liberties and free enterprise and will pursue peaceful relations with other nations while maintaining a strong national defense and not a bloated military-industrial complex.

I will do what I can to help Ron Paul win the GOP presidential nomination.  If he is successful,America will have taken the first step to an economic and social renewal.


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