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"The Official Portrait of Miss InDiana"
aka "Miss Victory"

Monday, August 27, 2012

OP ED on Ron Paul by Perry Sheetz

Thanks Perry for permission to republish here.  I'll post Ron Paul's speech next.
--Melyssa for HFFT

The GOP national convention begins on Monday.  This is the final stand for many supporters of liberty.

To see the level the National Republican Party [aka. RNC] (with Romney’s lawyers helping) are going, just to make sure Ron Paul has no voice is astonishing.

There was a day long ago, when delegates got together and let all candidates give a speech and then the delegates would then decide on who they wanted as their parties presidential nominee.

Those days are long gone, it is now nothing more than a well scripted show for the MSM and general public (remember Obama’s coronation from Denver back in 2008?)  This is something both D’s and R’s are equally guilty of.

If you read below; Thomas Eddlem from New American has provided 4 major issue points that differentiate (or don’t) Obama from Romney.  I recommend you view them.

There is no spin on them, just the facts of these 2 candidates and their beliefs.  Ron Paul will give a speech tomorrow afternoon (Sunday) at the USF Sun Dome, near the convention (notice not at the convention).

His speech “We are the future” should be a shining example of where the liberty movement is headed.

I believe it will be broadcast by a number of liberty groups, along with CSPAN.  I encourage you to watch if you can.

It’s too bad the RNC refuses to give him a speaking slot during the convention but this is the level the RNC currently operates on.  There is no room in the “party of the big tent” for the message of true liberty’ (I guess the big tent isn’t that big).

Ron Paul is just a man, (although very wise man) and the message and belief’s he speaks about will go on well after Ron Paul fades from public view.

I hope and pray that others will follow in his footsteps and move the message of liberty and Constitutional government forward; we are dangerously close to the edge and I fear we are running out of time to correct it.

I will finish with a quote (one of my favorite from Ron Paul):  “An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped by any army or any government.”

Godspeed Dr. Paul.

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