8/31/08 Ron Paul on America's Election HQ
The situation our country faces is as dangerous as ever. A certain Democratic senator, recently passed over for the Republican vice-presidential nod, is likely to be our next secretary of state. Both major parties remain committed to militarism and reckless spending - and inflationism to fund it all.
At their convention the Democrats uttered barely a peep about the surveillance state, the police state, and the Bush administration's disastrous foreign policy. Needless to say, there was not a word about the Fed and what it's done to our economy. We can only imagine what the GOP Convention will have in store for us.
The Rally for the Republic is the first step in alerting our countrymen to these dangers, and holding out the message of freedom as the only remedy. We must resist the false choices the two major parties are giving us. Help me spread our great ideas far and wide. Join me in Minneapolis, and let's shake the rafters.
Take over the net Tuesday
September 1st, 2008 by Jeff Frazee
Tuesday, Sept. 2, if you are not coming to Minneapolis to join the over 10,000 screaming supporters witness Ron Paul’s legendary moment, then we have a job for you.
We are dubbing the day of the Rally for the Republic “Take over the net Tuesday”. It is our chance to send a reminder to the mainstream media that a Revolution is brewing in this country, whether you want to cover it or not.
The Campaign for Liberty website will host a live webstream of the entire Rally for the Republic. You can watch it all live right here - http://www.CampaignforLiberty.com.
You already know what you need to do. The message must be loud and clear. Al Gore may have started the Internet, but Ron Paul owns it.
In fact, it looks like you have already started. Right now, the Rally for the Republic is climbing on Digg.com. The MSNBC story covering the rally is listed as a top story. On Tuesday, let’s take it over.
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