Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Come out of her, my people



Judge Nap discusses the lack of difference between GOP and Democratic Party with Lew Rockwell and Jacob Hornberger of the FFF

With 'Super Tuesday' out of the way, I believe it could be time for Ron Paul to leave the GOP and take his supporters with him. Without doubt, he has done an incredible job to spread the philosophy of liberty and peace. He has done more than anyone to put sound economics and hard money on the political agenda, but surely now the future is outside the Republican Party.

"And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues."

Revelation 18:4

4 comments:

James Higham said...

He has to play a canny game and carry conservatives with him. To leave too early might be counterproductive.

Trooper Thompson said...

Aye, but leaving too late might also be counter-productive.

Goodnight Vienna said...

Paul had a massive ground-swell behind him but, when it came to the crunch, he just didn't get the votes. He hasn't won one State.

I don't know what he's doing in the #gop either, TT, but you're right - his message has gained momentum and won't be forgotten. His chance has now gone - he's too old to challenge again.

Trooper Thompson said...

A lot of his votes have been stolen. He actually won the Virgin Islands I saw today, but it's being reported as Romney won. Yes, I know the VI is not significant, and I also know that a sizeable proportion of the GOP are dead against him, but the fix was in from the start to ensure he couldn't win a state.

For this reason, amongst others, I think he should leave and shake the dust off his boots as he does so.