Tuesday, June 17, 2008

The Revolution Continues

Ron Paul has come to mean so much to the Revolution that he inspired, that it is understandable that his followers might be discouraged that he ended his presidential campaign. However, it is truly a mistake to see this as the end of the Revolution. Nothing could be further from the truth. With the primaries over, there is nothing more to do with the presidential campaign, but there is plenty more to do with this Revolution. Ron Paul suspended on campaign so he could pursue another - the Campaign for Liberty. He said in an interview on Friday that his status as a presidential candidate was limiting the scope of activity he could be involved in to further the cause of freedom. We have confirmation from Dr. Paul’s campaign staff that FEC regulations prohibited him from promoting the D.C. March because he was a presidential candidate. But make no mistake, he will be there as the keynote speaker and guest of honor! Check out the CFL blog about the march: http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog/

Ron Paul has said many times that the Revolution is “about the message, not the man.” He has been fighting this fight as a United States Congressman for over 30 years, and has no intention of stopping now. However, we certainly don’t intend to limit the fight for freedom to Ron Paul’s political career. We have started something that will continue with our children and our grandchildren. We have reawakened the spirit of liberty that George Washington told us, “is a plant of rapid growth.” Ron Paul ceased his quest to lead a corrupt government to allow him to lead a generation that will settle for nothing less than liberty in our time. Let us not abandon him now. He will be continuing his Revolution in Washington, D.C. on July 12th. Let us be at his side. www.ronvoy.com

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