Ron Paul Praises The Browns
Ron Paul: Well it gives you the perfect reason why you have to get rid of this monster…you know because of what has happened. And a lot of individuals have taken the IRS on and some of them have suffered from it and it sounds like they be on the verge of suffering or already have suffered for….
Lee Rogers: Mr. Schiff example….
Ron Paul: Yea…..they…you go to prison. And what they are doing is standing up for the law because the law is the Constitution. Other individuals have done this on the monetary issue. You know that Federal Reserves notes aren’t legal tender. Gold and silver are legal tender….they go and fight this… So you fight it at your own risk. Because it’s civil disobedience according to “their system”. It’s weird that you’re breaking the law when you’re obeying the Constitution. But that’s the point we’re at. So in many ways people who point this out and fight the tax code and fight the monetary system are heroic. I mean I gave a speech on the House floor just recently and called them the true patriots. But I also point out that it’s risky business. And I compare them to people like Gandhi who’s willing to speak out and have ah…and try to bring about change in a peaceful manner. Martin Luther King fought laws that were unfair and unjust. But he suffered, too. But it takes people like that to stand up and talk about these things and point it out instead of us all being zombies and just going along. And ah…it is easier to go along with the system because just the idea…how many times have just about all of us given up our social security number. I mean I give it up. I shouldn’t do it on some of those occasions. But I have a bill in Congress that would emphasize the fact that SS numbers should never be used as an identifier because that’s the law of the land. That’s the way it was started and it’s still in the code. But you know it’s universal….it’s going to be tied to our national ID card which is our drivers license. So it….it takes people ah…like the Browns to stand up and bring this to attention but you know it’s risky business because government is so omnipotent.
Hattip to Casey Lee Cobb and Lee from Roguegovernment.com
Editor's comment: This is a watershed event in American political thought. Now the door is wide open for We The People to confront every candidate of any elected position with the same questions about the IRS and the courageous stand the Browns are making to uphold and defend the Constitution of the united States of America.