I generally try to stay away from being overly political with my postings, manly because I don’t think it matters who wins because our government is basically already bought and paid for (I still have high hopes that President Obama is going to surprise a lot of people in the end, but there are no certainties). But I can’t stay completely away from the current political circus, particularly the republican primary. Just as in the last presidential election in 2008, mainstream media has once again shut out all discussion of Ron Paul and basically ignores anything and everything he does, in spite of the fact that he draws record crowds of many, many thousands to every rally and speech he attends.
Mitt Romney can’t come anywhere close to those attendance numbers, yet, as I write this, I just received an AP report on my iPhone that said Romney just “clinched” the GOP presidential nomination, as though it is a done deal. It’s going to be interesting to see how hard they work to pretend Ron Paul doesn’t exist when he and Romney meet at the GOP convention, particularly since Dr. Paul has won a number of states in the primaries (you didn’t really believe he lost every one, did you?) and has a significant number of delegates to his name.
The video below isn’t just about Ron Paul, but it does highlight his years-long struggle against the banksters and the people and organizations who have been causing the U.S. and the world so much financial misery. Worth watching! –Dennis
Published on May 28, 2012 by SGTbull07
Memorial Day 2012:
To the International Banksters, We the people know your crimes.
We mourn the fallen heroes you took from us through your contrived wars.
But we celebrate the heroes who are still with us.
Heroes like Dr. Ron Paul who have the courage to stand against you.
And like Dr. Paul, we the people stand against you – We stand for Liberty.
We are fully awake.
Voice: Mike Rivero
★::::RON PAUL 2012::::★
Music: “Satiate” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0″ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/”
“Do You Still Believe?” by Steve Collom