Political G-Force

January 17, 2012

2012 GOP Race, the Fight to Save America, and Who I’m Voting For

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — politicalgforce @ 9:22 pm

With the 2012 GOP race under way, Americans are subjected to the normal back and forth bantering among candidates and have a diminishing deadline to choose a handcrafted candidate. I will first come out and say that I am supporting Ron Paul 100%. You either probably screamed in joy or in pure, utter disgrace. Ron Paul is a love him/hate him kind of person to most people.

Let me explain why I support Ron Paul. Ron Paul is by far the most consistent candidate. He has not flip-flopped; he has continued to have the same stance on all issues for the last 20 years. He is a man of honor and morals. He is a proponent of the constitution. He is a proponent of America. He’s the greatest patriot running for president. He knows the constitution and he knows it well – I bet better than any other candidate running including our current president. He will fight for the people. Ron Paul was also right about the housing crisis. He correctly predicted it 5 years earlier in 2003. Ron Paul knows what he’s talking about.

Just a few years ago at the last election, I was like most people, I supported the mainstream guy or girl with an R next to their name — but something happened. I was introduced to this guy named Ron Paul. Until just a couple years ago, I had a barely even heard of Ron Paul — I didn’t know what his positions were on anything, where he was from, and what his plans were for this country. After losing my job because of the guy I supported in 2008, Senator John McCain, I wondered if there was anyone out there that is better.

After reading many books, articles, watching tv and online interviews, and listening to Ron Paul on the radio — I have become a huge supporter of him. I was slowly agreeing with him more and more and before I knew it, I realized I was a libertarian like Ron Paul. It’s a tough transition to realize that our government is corrupt, that the left and right are the same, and that the only way to change it is to get someone like Ron Paul into office.

All of the other candidates want to continue the wars, infringe upon American citizens’ rights, and grow the size of government. These things will not help our country to be more free, prosperous, and lower the unemployment rate. These are the important things in this country but unfortunately the mainstream media likes to overlook the important aspects and instead start fake arguments over petty issues. The mainstream media worries about putting a candle out when their entire house is on fire. We worry about taking a few billion out of the budget when we’re $15 trillion in debt (maybe more depending on when you read this).

The list of reasons why we need someone like Ron Paul is endless. One could go on and on about all the problems we are having in this country – drug wars, middle east wars overseas, big government, infringement of rights, increasing taxation, and just endless nonsense. We are slowly losing this country.

We need to support someone like Ron Paul if we want to get out of this recession anytime in the next few years. In 1920, there was a very bad recession. By 1921, the market and economy had rebounded. The reason why — the government stayed out of it. When a government starts tinkering with the economy, they place restrictions on various aspects that keep the economy from running like the well-oiled machine it could be. It’s kind of like plugging up one of the injectors on your car and being asked to drive faster and then being yelled at because your car is performing poorly. The government screws up something that works and then blames it on the people or industry they screwed up.

It’s very simple to decide which candidate you should support. All you have to do is ask yourself “who would the founders support?” The founders would simply reply “the one who supports freedom and the constitution.” See the founders knew that government could get out of control because they came from an out of control British monarchy. They did their best to protect us from a tyrannical government with the constitution but if the constitution is shredded then there’s nothing they can do to protect us any longer. So when they day comes to vote, who are you going to vote for — freedom and liberty or a more socialized America. As Thomas Jefferson once said, “the tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”


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