Personally, I would have suggested more about our natural rights and essential Sovereignties, popular to national, but if you didn’t listen carefully last night, do.
Oh, do listen.
The time has past, to try to marginalize Ron Paul, despite his political eccentricities, errors, extremes, and annoyances.
The time has come, to get up and move in the direction we need to go – the direction in which he most tends to go.
America’s greatest adversary is the one to which Abraham Lincoln referred and that was not the South. As the presidential candidates mill through Fort Sumter’s South Carolina and Florida, and as the the first cannonades of global economic mayhem are heard, let us be reminded that the enemy Lincoln called his greatest was and is the central bank complex, the 1% of 1% of 1% of 1%, seeking to bring all into its quietly coercive dominion.
Video, “Ron Paul’s Fantastic Speech After Taking 2nd In New Hampshire“
If the prospects of a Paul nomination or a Paul presidency are too difficult to consider, just listen to what the man is saying and brood his message.
Let it sink in.