Ron Paul announced yesterday that he is ending his campaign for the Republican nomination for President. However, as any Ron Paul supporter can tell you, the presidential campaign was only a prologue for the Revolution it has spawned. All over the country, people who have never been involved in politics before have become political activists for the freedom movement. State Republican conventions have elected Ron Paul supporters as delegates. New candidates for federal, state, and local government posts are running as Ron Paul Republicans. Ron Paul’s new book, The Revolution: A Manifesto, sits atop the NY Times Bestseller List. Tens or perhaps hundreds of thousands of people will descend on Washington, D.C. for a peaceful march and rally in support of The Revolution’s principles.
Ron Paul ended his speech yesterday on an inspirational note, "You know, it has been said that armies cannot stop an idea whose time has come. I believe our time has come and to paraphrase that I think we can say that a failing status quo cannot stop a revolution whose time has come!"
In Ron Paul’s own words, the Revolution is about the message, not the man. However, Ron Paul is still very much involved in delivering that message. In addition to retaining his seat in the House of Representatives, he will be the keynote speaker at the Revolution March on July 12th in Washington. He has also switched gears to work on his Campaign for Liberty (http://www.campaignforliberty.com/). The rest is up to us. As much as he has accomplished, he is only one voice in a vast country. Liberty will only be achieved when every voice that longs for it is raised. We have an opportunity to raise them together on July 12th in Washington D.C. As Ron Paul wrote in The Revolution, “if freedom is what we want, it is ours for the taking. Let the Revolution begin.” The time has come to decide - has Dr. Ron Paul cured your apathy? March with us on July 12th in Washington, D.C. http://www.revolutionmarch.com/