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An example of how badly America needs an education?

Fewer than enough of us know what’s actually going on in the world or even in our own country. So you see, it is up to those of us who do know to get out there and talk to people. Even if you aren’t prepared to give the answers, at least present the questions. Just talk about it! Raise the interest. Whatever happens, don’t let ignorance prevail.

Politics bores people, but that’s the problem: too many of us aren’t educated. A big question I want to know is… why don’t we know? The Department of Education has failed! Or, has it succeeded? Does the Fed want us to be uneducated – in the history of our country, in the Rights that we were given?

No! Generally speaking, I’d bet more Americans are educated in the life of celebrities than on their civil liberties. Can you name all the Rights the Constitution gave to The People? Do you even know where the Bill of Rights is in the Constitution? Why didn’t they teach us?

How many people out there can recite their Rights? Well, I went to federal (public) schools for most of my life, and I was never taught a damn thing about the Constitution until I took an introductory class to politics in University.

So how many American’s didn’t take a politics class in university? How many were taught in high school? How many thought that school sucked, so didn’t pay attention in class anyways?

Despite how stupid these people might seem, all they really need is the motivation and a bit of understanding. Once people get a taste of the truth, they’ll be begging for more, and they will stand up for their freedoms.

As the joke goes, “Ron Paul doesn’t deliver babies with his hands, he reads them the Bill of Rights and they come crawling out for freedom.” If people just knew the truth, they would be begging to have their Rights back.

“Spread the word.” – Ron Paul

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For as closely as I have been following this election, I was shocked to have seen the results from Iowa and New Hampshire. The polls seem to be telling us lies. The media is blatantly excluding and trying to silence some candidates while at the same time promoting others.

And the results do not match the evidence!

The evidence is substantial. The movement is growing. The support for change is growing. People are waking-up to what’s really going on. And this could be the last chance to make things right. It’s a chance to save ourselves. We’re on the fringes of a true American revolution and we need to act together.There are some that would rather you didn’t know these things. Instead, you should be going to work. Shopping. Watching television. Believing. Obeying. Conforming with their intentions and fulfilling the dreams of the few elitists as they are herding us like sheep. We are remaining – unfree.

Will you wait until the day you realize the truth? The dollar has no value, yet prices are rising. America goes into recession. The troops are on one side of the world – but the real threat to our sovereignty waits, growing, on the opposite side of the globe. The rich become richer. The poor become poorer. Threat grows. The USA grows weak. The ‘only hope’ to save ourselves: the North American Union. The NAU, EU, UN, China… WWIII? National draft? Will you wait? Or will you do something now, while you have the chance?

Theories, conspiracies, etc. – some refuse to believe it. It’s wild theories, conspiracies. I hold no superior claim to knowledge. It is not a simple thing. But the truth is out there. Open your eyes. Take the red pill. Take responsibility. Cherish democracy, while it lasts, and please – before it’s too late.

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We the People: Clean Elections Lawsuit

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The ‘Official Results’ from the New Hampshire primary:

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY January 08, 2008

Race
Status
Candidate
Votes
Vote %
Del*
Precincts
New Hampshire

Updated 1:39 a.m. EDT, Jan 9, 2008

110,550
39%
9
96%
reporting
102,883
37%
9
47,803
17%
4
12,987
5%
0
3,845
1%
0
616
0%
0
397
0%
0
195
0%
0

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY January 08, 2008

Race
Status
Candidate
Votes
Vote %
Del*
Precincts
New Hampshire

Updated 1:40 a.m. EDT, Jan 9, 2008

86,802
37%
7
96%
reporting
73,806
32%
4
26,035
11%
1
20,054
9%
0
17,831
8%
0
2,808
1%
0
1,195
0%
0

Now I know what you may be thinking. I was also awe-struck by the ‘results’ in New Hampshire. But do not surrender your support too quickly! The results have only just come in. If you’re a Ron Paul supporter, you must have voted. If you live in (or near) New Hampshire – you have a new calling. Organize! Go into masses. Prove your support.

We don’t have to expect that Ron Paul should have certainly won. But only 8%?! It just doesn’t make sense.

Straw polls may only be a sample of the population, and they may have been taken months ago. But are we to simply believe that all that support in New Hampshire is virtually gone? I can’t believe it – that according to NH, all that support we know about has basically disappeared.

Consider the following:

New Hampshire Straw Poll Results – 2008 Presidential Election
http://www.usastrawpolls.com/states/New-Hampshire-Straw-Polls.html

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Voting in New Hampshire begain first thing at midnight this morning. Voters get a full 20 hours to cast their ballot for their supported Democrat or Republican.

The mainstream media were there to get a count from the very first to vote while having their best guess at who will win. With only a few votes, Fox News predicted that McCain is taking the lead.

Nevermind the media. We will have real results sometime tonight after 8 PM ET.

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Ron Paul may be running for the Republican presidential nomination. And he has, after all, been the Republican congressman in the House of Representatives since the 1970s. But I’m sure many people out there like myself are thinking “But he’s not like any other,” or even “I can’t believe I’m going to vote Republican!”

But as a matter of fact, Ron Paul is a libertarian. In fact, he ran for president as a Libertarian in 1988. And still today, his foremost philosophy is to uphold the Constitution, give people their liberty, and keep the government out of people’s lives.

Ron Paul says that he “has no intention” to run under the Libertarian ticket in 2008 (if he doesn’t get the Republican Nomination). But in the unfortunate case that he doesn’t win the nomination we will certainly hope he does.

I suspect that there are a lot of voters out there who are fed-up with the face of the Republican party today (I’m one of them!), but to vote for Ron Paul is not to vote for republicans – Ron Paul is for the people and he is not partisan.

One advantage of running under the Republican ticket is that if he wins, that basically eliminates all the other (real) Republican nominees from the race. However also, if he loses and runs under the Libertarian ticket instead, it is suspected that he will then take a greater part of the Democratic voters, giving the Republicans another chance.

That’s why it’s so important that Ron Paul wins the nomination. Though as much as it shouldn’t be, this is a big game, and there are big and powerful players out there pulling strings to get the Republican president that will satisfy their needs just as Bush has. It will take a tremendous amount of support (as there is!) to overwhelm the powers and bring democracy back to America.

SY

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