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Revolt avoided this time around

Posted by gravisman on November 5, 2008

A time for revolt

That is an article I wrote over a year outlining the need for a revolt against our government in the unlikely event elections were not held on this day. I’m glad to see that things never got that bad and some degree of order and sanity is still intact. Obviously, that’s not enough in and of itself. From here we must continue the pursuit of liberty.

Campaign for Liberty

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Real Change 2

Posted by gravisman on June 12, 2008

Campaign for Liberty

The above website is the web headquarters for Dr. Paul’s great new effort: Campaign for Liberty. I have long believed that change is something that must be enacted over time, moving society section by section to a long-term goal. It is not possible to change things overnight.

Before I learned about Ron Paul and his revolution I felt that even long term change was out of reach because it seemed that I was so alone. I now see that not only is there a large contingent of people in this country who believe in liberty as I do, but we are growing! As a member of the 20-something crowd among whom this revolution is particularly popular, I see our ideas as the thing of the future. As we grow in age and in numbers I am confident we will become more and more a force to be reckoned with in American politics.

The Campaign for Liberty is just the beginning – we will be heard!

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