Ron's Revolution

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Thu, 11 Oct 2007 10:52:46 GMT  <== Politics ==> 

Dave Kopel at Nation Review - Mr. Kopel wonders if Dr. No might really surprise us all. I certainly hope so. Ron Paul is America's last peaceful hope. [dailypaul]

Last Saturday night, at the buffet dinner and reception, the speaker was Ron Paul. The difference between Paul as a speaker in 1988 and in 2007 was startling. In 1988, he was perfectly competent. This time he was electrifying. In 1988, his campaign could do little more than leave some literature on a table. This time, he had volunteers to hand out literature, including (for the recipient audience) devastating material on Romney and Thompson. (Included among the materials distributed were Romney's gubernatorial signing statement of the Massachusetts ban on so-called ""assault weapons,"" and a copy of Sen. Russ Feingold's letter to Senator Thompson after the passage of McCain-Feingold, with Feingold's handwritten thanks, claiming that the bill never could have passed without Thompson's help.)


The people who have been looking for "the Constitution-in-exile movement" can stop searching for the non-existent secret headquarters in The Federalist Society's offices. Instead, they can just drop in on a Ron Paul rally. Paul's goal is to restore the Constitution to full strength. Ronald Reagan aimed to undo or temper some of aspects of the Great Society and the New Deal. Paul aims for much more, to demolish the corporate state that was built in the early 20th century and was entrenched by Woodrow Wilson during World War One.

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