Monday, August 15, 2011


My friend Br'er Marc - who knows more about political reality than do you, your husband, your dog, your cat, your gold fish, and your white picket fence and big, flat-screen TV all put together - sent me the following article. You should read it and investigate its claims if you have even the slightest doubt about whom you ought to vote for in the next presidential election:

by Thomas Woods
AMES, IOWA - August 11, 2011 -

Once again, Ron Paul distinguished himself in a Republican presidential debate by telling Americans the truth, answering the questions he was asked, and refusing to treat his countrymen like ten-year-olds who should be spoken to in bumper-sticker slogans.

On the economy, everyone talked about lower taxes, cutting spending, and a balanced budget - the usual boilerplate. Only Ron Paul sought to explain why we have recessions in the first place. Only Ron Paul mentioned the critical role of the Federal Reserve System in blowing up the bubbles that have popped in America over the past decade. Only Ron Paul explained that the monetary system we have, whereby money can be created out of thin air whenever the political class wants it, is a recipe for the very kind of disaster we are living through right now.

To be sure, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich had some critical words for particular Fed policies, but surely his recent criticism of the Fed is one of the exceedingly rare times, if not the only time, he has made serious mention of the Federal Reserve in over three decades in public life.

The only reason any of them will even talk about the Fed is Ron Paul, who took the issue from the depths of obscurity and turned it into a live issue for the first time in the nearly one hundred years of the Fed's existence.

But where Congressman Paul really stood out, of course, was in foreign policy. He dismissed the comments of the neoconservative former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum as "war propaganda," which indeed Senator Santorum can be relied upon to parrot at every opportunity. He explained that the history of U.S. relations in Iran did not begin with the hostage crisis in 1979, as Senator Santorum tried to pretend. It began with the U.S./British coup in 1953 that brought the oppressive shah to power, and it was resentment over his police state that turned Iranians against the U.S. Before the U.S. government's interventions in the Middle East, Americans had an excellent reputation in that part of the world - another piece of history our political class ignores.

Our delicate ears are not supposed to hear the kinds of things Ron Paul told Americans tonight. We're supposed to hear "USA! USA!" We are supposed to be flattered, told our leaders have infallible judgment, and urged to believe that anyone who questions that judgment, or who thinks anyone around the world might have a legitimate grievance against the American political class, "hates America." Given how many grievances we Americans have with our political class, is it really so hard to imagine that other people might, too?

Everyone on the stage wanted to talk about budgets, but only Ron Paul pointed out that the wars are costing trillions of dollars, with a sixth war being seriously contemplated. This is pure insanity, and the only person who will level with the American people about it is Ron Paul.

It's hard to imagine one person being so consistently and thoroughly vindicated as Congressman Paul. On the economy in particular, he has been warning for decades about the certain outcome of our monetary system and economic policies. The world is now beginning to undergo the exact convulsions he predicted would result.

Ron Paul is the only person on that stage who has the slightest grasp of what is happening in America and around the world right now. All they can do is repeat GOP talking points. Ron Paul knows the economics and the history inside and out.

Dr. Paul, who is often too humble even to say "I," rarely points out in such a setting that he, alone among the candidates on stage, had been so prophetic about all this. That is where Revolution PAC comes in. We're not humble at all. We intend to brag about Ron Paul like crazy. It is a scandal that Americans could even consider another candidate when a man of the intelligence and integrity of Ron Paul stands before them. He alone told us what was coming. He alone can point the way to a better future for America.

Dr. Paul's prophetic words about the economic breakdown we are living through may be the best kept secret in America. At Revolution PAC, we refuse to keep it that way. Please help us spread the message:

~ Stephen T. McCarthy

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  1. Well, Stephen, you saw for yourself the Ron Paul sign that my cat Chickenfoot placed in the front yard.

    So it seems to me that Br'er Marc is second to Chickenfoot in the political knowledge arena.

    That said, sadly, RP will probably suffer the same fate as in 2008.

    Amercians like him. They know he's telling it like it is, and they SHOULD vote for him.

    But when push comes to shove, they'll support one of the two bland options presented to them because they'e terrified of supporting the candidate who lost.

    How else do you explain the fact that during Obama's campaign, the bumper stickers (at least in AZ) were all blue.

    After he won, a whole mess of white stickers started appearing on cars. These were either supporters who were too afraid to admit it until he won, or McCain supporters who switched teams after the fact and acted like they backed the winner.

    That's what it's all about Stephen.

    Not supporting that Consitution rag, or leaving a better country for the children....

    It's backing the winner!


  2. Millions and millions of American voters will parrot the same nonsense throughout the presidential campaigning period:

    "I WOULD vote for Ron Paul if I thought he had any chance of winning".

    But guess what! If they'd just stop their flawed guesstimating about who does and who doesn't have a chance of winning and would simply vote for Ron Paul for the simple reason that he's the candidate they'd most like to see in the White House, the man would WIN THE FREAKIN' PRESIDENCY!

    But you know... it's probably too late to expect the Americonned People to start thinking like intelligent, rational beings. I mean, the majority of them are SERIOUSLY OUT OF PRACTICE!

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'


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