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Two Men that I Admire and Respect

(NOTE: This article has been slightly edited and was originally writ­ten pri­mar­ily to Con­sti­tu­tion Party mem­bers back in 2012.  It was the time that the Constituion Party had its own presidential candidate, and Ron Paul and Roy Moore ran for the President in the Republican Party, though Moore dropped out not long after announcing.) 

 

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There are two men that I admire and respect:

Ron Paul  and  Roy Moore

 

Congressman Ron Paul is prob­a­bly the sin­gle most Con­sti­tu­tion­ally Cor­rect elected offi­cial in our Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment. Chief Justice Roy Moore is the same within the state government and I credit him with me becom­ing asso­ci­ated with the Con­sti­tu­tion Party.

How­ever, as long as they remain in the Repub­li­can Party, they con­tinue to per­pet­u­ate the two-​party-duopoly, making our job in breaking the chains of enslave­ment by our governments nearly impossible.  Consequently, they will NEVER see one ounce of sup­port; not one red cent; and cer­tainly not my vote.

While I hon­estly do respect and admire them (I truly do), they have made them­selves my oppo­nent.

Sadly, they have allowed them­selves to be used by the Repub­li­can Establishment as bones to be cast before conservatives in order to keep giv­ing them a glim­mer of hope. Just like the dealer at the blackjack table will allow you to win the occa­sional hand to keep you sit­ting at the table long enough to bank­rupt you, the Repub­li­can Establishment allows enough con­ser­v­a­tives to win to keep any­body from really threat­en­ing the Ivory Tower that they have built around them­selves.

Con­sti­tu­tion­al­ists!! Do not allow your­selves to be duped into the sys­tem. Do NOT think you can throw your sup­port behind any Repub­li­can can­di­date, with­out the reper­cus­sions of seri­ously dimin­ish­ing or even completely destroy­ing our oppor­tu­nity of pro­vid­ing an alter­na­tive to what the Repub­li­cans and Democ­rats are throw­ing at us.

The sooner you all come to realize this same con­clu­sion and make it known to them, Paul and Moore might make wiser deci­sions than remain in one of the major par­ties which are respon­si­ble for the plight we find our­selves in here in these United States of America.

It’s hard for me to fathom that there are those of you who have with­drawn from the two-party-duopoly, just to be sucked back in with some delusional hope of see­ing a real Con­sti­tu­tion­ally Cor­rect can­di­date be offered up by either of the two parties as their official nominee.

It didn’t work in 2008. Sup­port­ing Ron Paul DESTROYED the Con­sti­tu­tion Party efforts to put forth a Con­sti­tu­tional Can­di­date. It left our finan­cial resources in ruin and con­se­quently we could not even afford to pay the salaries of our severely min­i­mal staff at the national head­quar­ters. It set the Con­sti­tu­tion Party efforts back by at least four years and most prob­a­bly eight.

Let’s not be plan­ning to make the same mistake.

At the risk of not just step­ping on, but stomp­ing on toes here. Do us all a favor, if you are already plan­ning to sup­port Ron Paul or any other Repub­li­can can­di­date for pres­i­dent, just go back to the Repub­li­can Party. We need peo­ple who under­stand that sup­port­ing a Repub­li­can can­di­date, no mat­ter how won­der­ful and noble they are, just per­pet­u­ates the two-​party-​duopoly and keeps the establishment in power.  This is just something which I CAN NOT abide. It is one of the major con­tribut­ing fac­tors to the con­di­tion that our coun­try is in.

I’m seriously not trying to offend, and I am certainly not try­ing to make any ene­mies here. I’m just try­ing to get you to see the folly of your thinking.

Is there any­one here who seri­ously believes that if Ron Paul were elected pres­i­dent, we’d see a ref­or­ma­tion of the Repub­li­can Party? Oh sure, I have no doubt there might be the illu­sion of it at first. But rest assured, a wolf in sheep’s cloth­ing can’t hide for­ever, and the Republican’s true nature would even­tu­ally show though.

 

 

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Friday, 22 February 2019