Thursday, August 23, 2007

Ron Paul Meetup Group Growth

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Blogger Scott Haley said...

A suggestion---

Voting in the Corporatocracy-dominated Establishment system is not the way to restore the Republic.

I admire Ron Paul and everyone's zeal for his campaign, but he never will be allowed to get the nomination. The Corporate Media will either ignore or marginalize his campaign. The reality is that much more than internet popularity is needed to win. Even with support from outside the web, the Powers-That-Be most likely will see to it that people like Hillary and the G-Man are the people running for President. Currently the Goebbels-Himler-like propaganda machine virtually is unbeatable.

So, I'll repeat my plea from elsewhere on this site---

Someone with technological expertise (that's certainly not me), and perhaps a few spare dollars, needs to set up a website that would allow us as a group to coordinate our efforts...and then advertise it far and wide.

Perhaps it could have the format of a participatory government, where all of us (the representatives) could discuss and vote on means of action to restore the Republic. Perhaps it could even BE the NEW Republic of the United States---re-adopting the Declaration of Independence (updated and modified) and the Constitution.

The site could serve as a central meeting place for those who wish to restore Liberty to this great land of OURS...with a discussion forum, proposals for action, and coordination of the implementation of action. Yes, we do need to get organized, but we need a PLACE to do it. I think this is an idea worth considering.

I'll be happy to volunteer to write a ROUGH DRAFT of the new & updated Declaration of Independence. People can then change it by all of us voting on the changes. Once everything is set up, and we have a clear, concise vision to pursue, then we can propose courses of action and vote on them.

Being under a Government really is VOLUNTARY, and we really do have unalienable rights that have nothing whatsoever to do with ANY government.

I'm open to other suggestions, but one thing is certain---we need to get organized on a massive scale. The only remaining question is, "How?".


p.s. Anyone can set up a free website at several places (e.g.,, but I don't know if the free ones would have enough bells & whistles. As I said (paraphrased), I'm a techno-idiot.

We'd best get to it because the Corporate Media already are softening up the public for a crackdown on the internet. I've seen stories on how the web is now the "new Afghanistan" for Al Quaida, and how prescription drugs are being purchased all over the web, etc. ad nauseum. A web crackdown is coming.

3:13 AM  
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6:44 AM  
Blogger Scott Haley said...

To gaurav---

Yes, we get it. Now please go away...or get involved.


3:24 AM  

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