Save Ron Paul
Remember when Howard Dean made an overnight killing on the Web and vaulted to the top of the heap?
That's what Ron Paul needs now.
Ron Paul is our only hope of restoring the constitution of the United States of America. That's because he's the only candidate upholding it.
Honesty, modesty, knowledge and wisdom are rare qualities in a leader, and this is true for all times. Ron Paul embodies them all.
If you don't know Ron Paul, you need to see Ron Paul. But you can only see him on the Web (and who knows how long that will last?). You will not hear about Ron Paul on the networks. You will not hear much about him on the radio. Or in the papers and magazines. Dr. Paul has been erased.
Yet... how it it that this invisible candidate, this deleted man, continues to win by a wide margin every phone-in poll that has followed all three debates?
The revelations of phone polls come quickly and in vast numbers, yet these numbers do not flood but merely stream into neat graphs within nanoseconds. Fox had Ron Paul leading them all at 27% until he was dropped from the crawl. And from our consciousness.
If he had moolah, they'd listen. Money talks. Don't know why. Don't care at the moment. Let's review.
The U.S. constitution is a contract between the American people and the government it elects. In the contract are a bunch of rules that everybody has to follow so we can all get along and everything's fair. Most of it is about powers the government doesn't have. The takeaway is clear: We, the people, we're in charge here.
Obviously, we're not. I mean, look around. Not getting into it. The point: what's it worth to you? Ten bucks? Twenty? To at least send a message that, yes, the constitution is important, and, yes, Dr. Paul is carrying a powerful message full of solutions to the myriad problems we face as a nation among 160 others who all live in a global village that is now threatened by even greater forces from within and without.
We need sanity. Ron Paul can restore it.
Five bucks. Fifteen? Small doesn't matter when the many chip in.
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