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OMG LMAO!!!! phreedomphan, you put things so well here! phreedomphan RHill JamesP.Delaney Mike Maharrey
1 year, 5 months ago on "I love George Washington. Except for his Foreign Policy."
Yes, Mike, this was certainly true for me. I had become so disillusioned with politics that I made a choice not to listen to any it anymore. This went on for years, until my brother finally convinced me to take a look at Aaron Russo's America: Freedom to Fascism on line. For me, that was the cathartic moment in my life when I could not longer turn my head away and pretend that these lies did not matter and there was nothing I could do. From that, I went on to read as much information as I could get my hands on..... and that led to my involvement in Ron Paul's 2012 campaign. I too am educating as many people as I can. And, surprisingly, the majority of those, once they see the facts, are supportive of Dr. Paul. Do I believe that, if elected, he can make all of those changes he wants immediately? Of course not. However, I can see that he can certainly begin by making some of them and turn our country in a better, more balanced direction. Mike Maharrey RHill
I have read your blog as well as examined the nwo map. I must say, you come from a very dedicated and knowledgeable place. I remain very sincerely impressed. I will comment further on this later. phreedomphan WilliamSchooler
Rayma I believe that, in light of the amount of disclosure that has occurred over recent years, the Tea Party, the Occupy movement, that the citizens of this country will not take such conduct likely, nor be duped as they have been in the past. It is highly unlikely that anyone will pull any plugs on the internet! TPTB are feeling this now, rest assured!
WilliamSchooler I have been reading your comments all along and am amazed. You are the only one who seems to realize that we all, as individuals, have made our own beds by our own inactions over the past decades. It is our responsibility to ourselves to keep ourselves informed, to read our history, our Constitution, and participate actively in our government - not only on the national level, but at all levels. I've been just as guilty as the next person of not involving myself, not contributing over the years. That time, for me, is over. The words spoken and written by our founding fathers are timeless, and address humankind. Our world may look quite a bit different today, but intrinsically we remain the same.
Please understand, Mr. Delaney that you're blanketing together all factions of Islam. This is quite like doing the same to all of Christian faith, and we all know what vast differences there are between fundamentalists and unitarians. Respecting others and engaging in fair trade with them is not isolationist thinking. JamesP.Delaney RHill Mike Maharrey