Vote Ron Paul
|Hillary wants universal health care and thinks Americans should have their wages garnered to pay for it. |
Who could blame her? She has money. She may understand that most of us don't, but that doesn't mean she gets it. It takes years of experience to understand poverty. Basically it boils down this: you're broke. See. No moolah.
But Hillary sees a precedent. The federal and state governments have been stealing our gross personal product to fund their illegal wars and worthless domestic programs ever since we've been old enough to work, and they'll keep doing it until the day we say stop it.
We're already taxed to death. Proof: the death tax. Don't die if you can't afford it. The government thinks nothing of confiscating our money before we even see it. We still have to work for free for the first four months of the year just to pay our taxes. If we don't make a lot of money, the government sends us a refund check. But, you see, by then it's too late. We're already in debt, paying 21% on groceries, medicine and hamburgers.
So, by all means, Hillary, pile on more taxes. That's what the American people need. We need to stay in Iraq and threaten Iran, and, as she pointed out in the recent "debate" with Barack Obama. She would not talk to the world's "worst dictators," as Obama has said he would. She would, in other words, ensure the continuity of the American Empire (as would he, only, presumably, face to face).
We need massive reform and repair of our tax system and neither Hillary nor Obama understands this. Both plan to suck the hind tit of the military/industrial complex which has so loyally supported their campaigns. And now, like a bad reality show, the face off: who will be who's vice president?
Most of us know they're all they same. The only politician I've ever seen who's truly different -- honest, informed, realistic, patient -- is Ron Paul.
People keep telling me Ron Paul doesn't have a chance. But this is only true so long as people accept it at face value. It's just something they heard on the TV. Another bald-faced lie like they tell all the time.
Ron Paul's as electable as Mitt or McCain or Huckabee or Hillary or Obama. All it takes is votes and will. And the immediate replacement of all Diebold voting machines.
Getting the Republican nomination is no obstacle. No other candidate has any substance. They bicker over irrelevancies. They only make Paul look even better.
I'd like to see a new party without old baggage. Call it the Constitutional Party. Do over.
The obstacles are all artificial, tricks of mind. A can't do attitude guarantees failure. It's not what built this country.
Make it a Super Ron Paul Tuesday.
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