The success of the Ron Paul campaign does not rest on whether Paul wins or loses. It's whether or not this movement lives or dies. This campaign has brought freedom fighters together from every corner of this country, from Conservatives to liberals, every demographic, from white to black, young to old and poor to rich. We need to stay together.
There has been an undeniable trend in legislation that the majority of America has yet to see. I myself didn't see it until a few months ago. All of the Paul naysayers must not understand what is happening in this country. I'm not talking about conspiracy theories. I'm talking about real legislation that poses a real threat to our freedom.
I cannot believe any red-blooded American would refuse a candidate that they knew would right these wrongs. The ones that have, must not understand. Imagine what we could do, if we could talk to every registered voter, plus.
RonPaul2008.com has been our common. Win or lose, this campaign will be soon gone.
Let's prepare a new common. One that will not perish. Let's spread this message. Let's get organized, build an infrastructure like no other campaign has ever seen. A force so formidable, no media outlet can sway. Let's find our next champion. Let's install 180,000 precinct captains, trained organizers in every region, state and county, boots on every damn block! Win or lose in 2008, 2012 would be ours!
Once we've restored and secured our constitution, let us, as a nation, argue over the economy and foriegn policy. I would rather be a poor free man than a well-off constrained one.
As for threats such as Al Queda... at the very least 9/11 was a complete failure of the strongest air defense system history has ever seen. All we need to do is put our priority back to National Defense.
Let's Unite for... One People, One Movement, Freedom For All!
"The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all."
John F. Kennedy, speech at Vanderbilt University, May 18, 1963