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So does he? Do we? Not without an even more fervent commitment to our freedom. This is a crucial time, we can show the Powers that Be they have gotten nowhere with their campaign against Doctor Paul, or we can give them the means to snuff us out like a match in the dark. These truly are "...times that try men's souls." The movement has taken some serious hits since the 1st of the year, Iowa was hopeful, but then came New Hampshire not as high as we hoped, a let down for us all, then the THE STATUS QUO MUST GO RON PAUL 2008 T-SHIRThorrible TNR character assassination of Doctor Paul [click for the best expose on this]--and the ensuing lost momentum, the sad hopelessness of dissolution from lost battles, (ah, how the sunshine patriots do flee) and smirkful buzz of the MSM and PTB Red Coats gleefully proclaiming the campaign dead.

So are they right, is The rEVOLution dead? Not at all--if we follow what is right and continue to rally for freedom. Do you know the American fight for Independence took 26 years from the first major protests of the Stamp Acts to finally putting into place a more or less stable government with the full ratification in 1791 of the Bill of Rights. It was 1765 when the fiery orator and Statesman Patrick Henry made his impassioned speech to the House of Burgesses ending with the famous quote "If this be treason, make the most of it," thus planting the seed and hope of liberty in the hearts of the People. Yet, it wasn't until 10 years later after many increasingly egregious acts by King George that the call to arms was sounded by the very same man with his "Give me Liberty..." exhortation on March 23, 1775 in Virginia, the largest colony in America at the time, to a meeting of the colony's delegates held at St. John's church in Richmond. A month later the first recognized battles were fought.

Forewarned by Paul Revere, about 70 Americans gathered as militiamen to fight 800 British troops on April 19th 1775 in Concord. It was after those skirmishes of Lexington Green and North Bridge that King George III of Great Britain declared, "The colonies are in open and avowed rebellion. The die is now cast. The colonies must either submit or triumph." We are at that point now Compatriots, it is indeed time for us to "submit or triumph." Be aware of this though, to fail in this undertaking is to lose all, our road will be paved with sorrow from here on. The ensuing laws and regulations that will result from our failure will erase all means for this to come about again in our future. The PTB have been shaken to their very core, they will not allow the great unwashed to have the means (free speech and the Internet) to ever again attempt to take back the power to the People, it is the way they work, subjugation is the aim always. The unfortunate part is much of the population would applaud it, dressed oh so cuddly in its for the sake of "the children," and "Protect America from Terrorists" sheepskin. But please let us remember it was just 3% of the Colonial population that started the first Revolution, and I believe we have more than that by a long stretch in our ranks.

I've witnessed 3 uprising for freedom in this Country through my life thus far, each hope being dashed by sundry cause, and at times nefarious means by the status Quo, with the resultant oppressions becoming all the more intolerable as a result. The 60's with the war protests , Civil Rights, and Power to the People movement were brought to an end by not having a defined focus, it keeping us divided and diluting the energy. With the illusion that we had indeed won by simply ending the "WAR," and being granted a civil rights act with no accompanying societal change, and it felt like we were getting somewhere. Yet any lessons learned as to exercising our Liberty were quickly forgotten as we were consumed by the indoctrination of new found hedonism and the subversion of the original precepts as to the power of the Individual lapsing into lavish excess of uncontrolled lust for all we'd said we had rejected of society--and thus the Yuppie emerged as the reborn controllable status quo from that uprising. A further loss of that long strange trip being the PTB found out never again could they allow the People to have that sort of raw street power we'd demonstrated through those years. Nor have they, squashing every public demonstration of the masses from that time forward--remember the World Trade Organization demonstration non-event in Seattle. If a demonstration occurs in the forest, and the MSM doesn't cover it, does it make any noise?

Yet out of that was a small movement that survived through the coming years peaking in 1976 with our Bicentennial, a small band of die hards still wanting the simpleness of a Jeffersonian naturalism to living laid out in the first years of the Country, and transfigured somewhat in the, for lack of a better descriptor, the Hippie (a term I have always detested) movement. I for one in '75 took off on horseback with buckskin clothing, muzzle loading rifle and flint and steel for fire and so did live for 3 years throughout the Rockies as a nomadic. And then on to Alaska living far freer than anyone I have ever met, or most can even imagine, for the next 3 decades in the wilderness of that State. Much as one reads in Jack London novels using dogs, canoes, horses at times, tents and small log cabins I toiled, living off the land, trapping, hunting, kissing the Earth that I walked on. This back to the land movement and the freedom it gave never gained much as to support, the entire contingent of adherents probably only numbering in the several thousand, perhaps as much as 5,000 across all of North America (Canada and USA) the cost of that truest of freedom being too high for most as to the foregoing of luxury, leisure and ease, but as a famous outlaw once said when asked about his years on the owl hoot trail, "...well no, it never really did pay much, and was a hard damn life, but it for damn sure was a hell of a good time." Freedom always is, and I've got the credentials to say without equivocation he was right I reckon.

Concurrently through those decades we saw the rise of the patriot movement brought to the point of militias with Ruby Ridge, Waco and the other abuses of power during the Clinton-Reno years--that movement brought to an abrupt end with the Oklahoma City Bombing, a sorted affair to be sure, and quite convenient for the Powers that Be (PTB) as to it's outcome. Much like the 5,000 page Patriot Act being signed into law 11 days after 9-11, so was the Counter Terrorism Bill delivered to President Clinton 4 days after OKC. Funny how those huge comprehensive bills get written so quick after such things. Now please understand, in no way am I advocating a reviving of the militia movement, it was wrought with failings from the get go, many "Generals" setting themselves up more like War Lords than protectors of the people, besides if you think you could even remotely win a battle with the US Government just read the paper or watch the news, talk about being out-gunned, it would be simply foolhardy, besides being plain wrong, the ones to always suffer the most in any war or armed rebellion are the innocents, and that's the point--ours is an Info-War--

We have a rebellion with the Ron Paul Revolution like no other in the history of man. A truly peaceful movement--

We still have the mechanisms in Our United States to effect change from "We the People" to the people as outlined by our Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights, that coupled with the means of informational conveyance brought upon by these little humming boxes we love to hate has made us a powerful force. Between the computer, radio, and TV we have the means with the touch of a button to reach not hundreds, nor thousands but millions of people. It is a responsibility one should embrace, and give profound respect to, (although it is not evident with the MSM and some of the blogoshere). We must continue to remain steadfast and not lose our way on this--I am convinced this is the final and last chance. It will be taken away if we fail after the tremendous sway we have demonstrated on their planned outcomes.

ron paul and founding fathers We have more power than we realize at this point. The people united in a common goal of Liberty. There is a place for everyone on this train. True liberty is non-divisible, there is room for all, but remember, real freedom demands also, we must accept the bad with the good. Freedom is not always fair, nor terribly compassionate to weakness--it demands a strong people to live it, and uphold it. That said, we all have our place in this struggle, some have a purpose by staring at the world through a screen doing our best to articulate the digital ink in a way that is useful, that bonds instead of divides and brings the oh so vital information to the ready access of those as will arm themselves with it. Others must be the foot soldiers, boots on the ground to carry that information to others less connected. There are those that actually are in places of power, the government and the campaign (and with what I would hope will be future other campaigns of Constitutionally minded individuals) that have forsaken all else and are working tirelessly toward hope for America, and then there are those that lead such as Ron Paul. Not in an overt way mind you, but much as a Chief of the great indigenous tribes of this land before their time of sorrow, leading by example, the will of the people putting them into those positions because of their wisdom, strength and spirit to Shepherd their Nation to a sweetness of living promised by the Great Spirit to those of one true heart.

We must taste that sweetness, take it to our very souls, there to dwell, if we are to have the tenacity to bring change in a way that will lead people to what the Founders believed was a shining light to an otherwise dark world. To revisit an aforementioned quote, I offer this from Thomas Paine, "These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he (or she) that stands now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph."

For us to loose our way now because of the issues raised by The New Republic in the article by James Kirchick, and the less than expected showing of Doctor Paul in New Hampshire is folly of the worse sort. I don't believe Ron Paul is in any chord of his body a racist, but to say it is not disturbing that he is painted such because of the association of his name with an abhorrent ideology is kidding ourselves. That it was a hit piece is evident--but it is has dealt a serious blow to those of weak heart--the sunshine patriots. And given the Tory minded Loyalists to the crown plenty to keep in the forefront in an attempt to overshadow the precepts and tenets of the Ron Paul rEVOLution and somewhat stall the forward progress. As for myself I have seen nothing in the hours of video I've watched, the countless pages I've read and the many hours I have seriously thought of this man that would make me ever entertain the idea he is racist, anti-semitic, or any other shortcoming pointing to a prejudice--that is not to say i agree 100% with his ideology as I understand it to be, or that he does not have opinions--he surely does--

He is, I believe, somewhat offended by ignorance and a lack of regard for freedom, Country, belief and honor--he stands for certain things, and makes no bones about it, nor does he attempt to hide and spin it. Yet, I consider that a plus, not a negative--it is termed being a principled human bring, something I find rather suspect in the others running for the highest office of the land. Look--even if you have a more critical view than I of Doctor Paul, this is the future of our Country at stake here--Do you honestly believe a word of the other candidates, or sense any wisdom or knowledge of what the job they are applying for in their empty ron paul revolutionwords, and study up on them if you want to find Real Kooks. Do you think the Founders of our Nation were somehow perfect or not a little eccentric?---hell no they weren't, they all had flaws, and damn sure were called nuts more than once at least at first--geez, they chose-off the most powerful nation in the World at the time. Talk about nutty! But where do you think we would be today if the 3% of the Colonists that got the ball rolling would have quibbled on any of those characteristics of Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Franklin and Madison, et all, and thwarted them. It is time to stop what is becoming a picking apart of a good man, it is time to stop showing the world just how unworthy we are to even aspire to that same vision they had. Look at the rest of the Candidates running and tell me your best bet and why--I assure you I can give you ten-fold as to why Ron Paul is a better hope. Seize this opportunity. Lets get the change going first and then we can work out the details as our Founders did--at least with Ron Paul we will have the means to do so--and I am prepared to say with any of the others running that will not be an option within a while of their tenure.

You know after the shot heard around the World was fired at Lexington Green in 1775, the Continental Army suffered mostly defeat and disillusion clear until Christmas of 1776 at Trenton, New jersey with Washington's surprise victory on the Germain Mercenaries employed by the British. During those long months of strife there were times when the Americans regretted having begun what at the time was looking impossible to achieve. Many wanted to surrender and it was only by the leadership of Washington, and the others true commitment to something beyond them that they soldered on. That is what we must do to secure the blessings so long ago fought for, that is what we must do to once again become "WE THE PEOPLE."

The "FREE AT LAST" money-bomb is coming up on January 21, 2008. It is of the utmost importance that we exceed all other fund raisers both in dollars raised and number of donors--we all must donate--and even more important each one of us must bring in one new donor--thus far I have 3--but even if you can only get one for $5.00 the numbers are all important. BE SURE TO JOIN A MARCH IF YOU'VE A MIND TO

If we can show increasing amounts in at least 1 of the categories that would be great if in all 3 it will be a sure sign to all that...
"WE HAVE JUST BEGUN TO FIGHT"

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By W.J. Lynus O'Brien
Saturday, 12 January 2008
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