June 8th, 2007

Revolutionary Ramblings

It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people’s minds. (Samuel Adams, via Quoty)

The Revolutionary War was begun by a minority. It was championed by a minority. It was fought by a minority. It was sustained by a minority. And it was won by a minority.

Today, we once again have an “irate, tireless minority” who is fed up with the neo-conservative establishment. This minority is sick of the diabolical “Federal” Reserve, sick of a wasted income tax, sick of sending our soldiers to die in distant lands, sick of the ever-expanding empire, and sick of losing its liberties.

And with the help of the internet, this minority is setting “brush fires in people’s minds”. The fight has only just begun. It will continue, and countless others will join the cause of liberty.

We, the irate minority of America, support the champion of the Constitution, Ron Paul.

11 Responses to “Revolutionary Ramblings”

  1. Borg Blog
    June 8, 2007 at 9:23 am #

    Amen! The momentum is truly building. As I explain in my post, “Ron Paul Contributions Up Ten-fold, Approaching $5,000,000”, and the links therein, Ron Paul is taking advantage of phenomenal grassroots support and becoming a real force to be reckoned with in the GOP primaries.

  2. Kelly Winterton
    June 8, 2007 at 10:28 am #

    Earlier this morning I wrote a Letter to the Editor to my local newspaper on Ron Paul. I encourage all to do likewise in order to get his name in front of the public. The media is not helping Paul, but trying to exclude his name from mention. With the media blacklisting him (they are afraid of him) he needs all the mentions he can get. This is a way good people who normally sit on the fence, or else are not vocal in political matters, to make a difference in the defense of the Constitution which is now crumbling before our very eyes.

  3. Jody
    June 8, 2007 at 12:28 pm #

    A question for anyone who wants to answer: If Ron Paul does become more popular and well-known, which GOP candidate(s) will he be most likely taking votes away from in your opinion? Which of the republican presidential hopefuls should feel the most threatened by him? I ask because of my own curiosity more than anything else.

  4. Kelly Winterton
    June 8, 2007 at 12:47 pm #

    Jody, I think Bush may remain president well into 2009. I think the 2008 elections will not happen. But if this far-out scenario doesn’t come to pass, I think Obama will win, because Republicans don’t stand a chance to win in ’08. As far as the Repub candidates go, I think the secret combination money sources are behind Romney.

  5. Shestalou
    June 8, 2007 at 9:29 pm #

    Have you seen some of the news headlines that Romney is the prophet on the whitehorse who will save the constitution, it actually made me laugh because I thought little do they know its Ron Paul, lol.

  6. Cathy
    June 11, 2007 at 7:21 am #

    Yes, isn’t it a stretch to think that Romney would save the constitution? From the thing he says, he would continue to push it in the opposite direction.

    It seems so obvious that Ron Paul is here now for a purpose, and he’s what we need in a president.

    However, getting him elected would be only one step in the process. What has actually been prophesied was that the Constitution would hang by a thread and that it would be saved by the priesthood. The priesthood is the power of God. And even if a constitutional president is elected, the power of God is still going to be needed.

    Oh, and Connor, excellent quote. That statement of Samuel Adams has been running through my mind lately, too.

  7. doug
    June 11, 2007 at 7:40 am #

    the neo-conservative establishment

    What on earth does that mean?!?!

  8. Michael R. Conder
    June 11, 2007 at 2:32 pm #

    Jody, I think Bush may remain president well into 2009. I think the 2008 elections will not happen.

    The reason for this may be Presidential Directive 51 that Bush created allowing the President to take control of all levels of govenment for almost any reason. According to the directive, this action would not require permission from any of the other branches. Directive 51 was sign May 2007. Google it.

  9. Kelly Winterton
    June 11, 2007 at 2:41 pm #

    Michael, that was my thinking exactly. I believe Bush and Co. have wanted martial law since 9/11, and have been working step by step to achieve it. If martial law is declared, I believe there will be NO elections taking place.

    I hope I am wrong.

  10. Kelly Winterton
    June 11, 2007 at 2:46 pm #

    And this is also why I believe 9/11 was an inside job, orchestrated specifically to allow neo-cons to get that power over the Constitution. If it was NOT an inside job, then they at least have used 9/11 as the excuse for them in their efforts to destroy the Constitution.

  11. Josh Williams
    June 11, 2007 at 7:05 pm #


    Ron Paul is certainly well qualified to be the next US President; he could do a much better job of it that some people I know. If he does make it to the primaries, Your vote would certainly not be wasted on him…… On the other hand, what’s more important here, the candidates, or the issues? I would rather see thoughtful discussion, than independent campaign propaganda. (Of course it’s your website, who am I to censor you……..)


    It is my considered opinion, that there are not many people that are qualified to talk about the American Revolution with any objectivity. Connor, though I respect your judgment, I don’t believe you are one of them yet. It always raises a red flag for me, whenever people use the Revolutionary War,(or any historical event,) attempting to justify their personal moral or political standpoint. It smacks of the old “we wouldn’t have stoned the prophets….”, or “we wouldn’t have crucified Jesus….” argument.


    Who, exactly, is this enlightened, “Tireless Minority” of whom you speak. I’ve certainly never met them. If you mean those of us who are rather fed up with the current state of politics, then you’ve got more company than you think.

    We, as humans, love to categorize and sort people (against their will) into convenient little groups of our own devising. (This sort of unfeeling, Kafka-esque classification may be one of the oldest tools of government.) Needless to say, in reality the only person who fits into these groups is ourselves; the rest of humanity lies in the grey areas somewhere inbetween.

    No worries,

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