By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Attack on Liberty!

The GOP wants Romney to be their candidate and they will stop at nothing  to make it happen. Now they are changing the rules to lockout all Ron Paul delegates (see: The Most Important Post Regarding the RNC: Calling All Delegates!) to insure the American People have to choose by the usurper-in-chief or the flip-flopper challenger.

Former GOP nominee Gary Johnson is now the candidate of the Libertarian Party, but it is clear that was a choice made because Ron Paul stayed with the GOP as a potential nominee, only because the electoral system favors the two major parties and excludes other parties. But Johnson can stand behind Dr. Paul by supporting him in the face of the GOP farce. 

To those of us who are both educated and informed it is no surprise that the GOP is pushing Romney as their choice. It is apparent to us that Ron Paul stands as the main threat to their business as usual agenda. The 2010 elections that swept Tea Party endorsed candidates into Congress was meant to be a warning to the rest of the Washington elitists that Americans are not satisfied with business as usual. It is part of the master plan to insure the United States cannot return to its true sovereign status as a free nation. Even if Gary Johnson wins a major part of voter support it will mean that Obama will get another term. Romney cannot win head-to-head with Obama, because there remains a majority of independent voters who will not vote for his global corporate agenda.

All Americans must do whatever it takes to defeat Romney's nomination and get Ron Paul to challenge Barack Obama head on. He is truly the only candidate that has demonstrated his integrity and honesty through thirty years of public office as he has also done in his professional and personal life.

Gary Johnson in this address is repeating what Dr. Paul has been saying for decades. Johnson is taking that message as an agenda for the Libertarian Party. But as a third party candidate in a two-party rigged system, his ability to beat either of the other two candidates is highly improbable. Most Americans think the Libertarian Party is nothing more than a bunch of conspiracy theory basket cases. While I myself agree with Libertarian ideology, I am also certain that most Americans will vote Democrat or Republican and not for a Libertarian. And I am sure that Dr. Paul knows this or else why would he not have taken that nomination instead of Gary Johnson?

This is the most important election in our nation's history and is nothing less than the survival of the republic. Our status as sovereign individuals, as citizens of a sovereign nation is the real issue. A further division of the People will only erode what little chance we have to restore liberty for all. But we must also protect the vote! To do so we must end the power of the two major parties. We must end the farce of party politics altogether because the party does not represent us, they represent the agenda of the party's contributors. Our founders understood this and tried to keep the parties (there were many then) as insignificant on the national front, maintaining them in communities to choose the candidates and delegates to represent those constituents and not the nation at large.

This is NOT merely another election, this is revolution against a corrupt structure that has abandoned the very principles upon which this nation was founded.

The real power lies in the People and not the government. It is time that was use t hat power to restore our nation to the one that all other nations strive to imitate as well as covet. The best way to do that is by setting an example of what freedom really means to us and remove from office all those who have cheated us and lied to us only to remain in power over us.

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