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September 2, 2008

Campaign for Liberty

Filed under: Politics — Tags: — Joe De Luca @ 3:35 pm

The alternative republican national convention is going on right now. You can watch it live at campaignforliberty.com or C-SPAN2.

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February 4, 2008

Super Duper Tuesday: Vote for Ron Paul, the Real Change

Tomorrow twenty-four states will hold either primaries or caucuses for at least one party. Whatever you do, vote for the presidential candidate that best represents your beliefs. Don’t be swayed by polls, the media, or whether your state is historically considered a blue or red state, or by people telling you that your candidate has no chance of winning.

Do not vote for your typical, cookie cutter, status quo politician. Vote for real change, vote for a cultural revolution. Vote for Ron Paul!

If you are for peace, for life, against big government, against forced vaccinations, there is only one choice. Ron Paul!

The two issues that are perpetually raised, by presidential candidates and the media, are the Iraq War and the Economy. First all all, let’s remember that the U.S. military is not just in Iraq but all over the world, whether fighting an undeclared war or acting as “peace keeper”. Ron Paul will stop the Empire building. As a result, fewer lives will be lost and terrorist threats will decrease, if not stop all together.

As far as the economy, the U.S. military is one of the biggest expenses that we have. It’s very simple: no wars = no debt. We could finally balance the budget and put an end to the slumping economy, this just by stop being the bully of the world.

Let’s vote for good change, not bad change. We cannot allow another George W. Bush to be put in office.

And as a final note, I would encourage everyone to use a paper ballot. That will increase the chances of your vote being counted.


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January 23, 2008

The Truth Hurts!

Question: Why is Dennis Kucinich systematically excluded from national debates?

Answer: For the same reason that Dr. Ron Paul is excluded from most national polls conducted by the media. The powers that be, are afraid that if we are allowed to listen to their message, good will prevail over evil. The media does their best to condition and passively brainwash us, by feeding us the same garbage 24 hours a day. By systematically pretending that the two best candidates don’t exit, they hope that Americans will just give in and decide to not vote for their “unelectable” candidate, and vote for one of the chosen ones.

As we know, the mainstream media is simply a mouthpiece for the corrupt elite that have been running this country for quite some time. CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, CNN, MSNBC…they are all the same!

And, stop reporting on the life and times of Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, and the likes whenever there is a lull in the world of news. There are other networks (MTV, VH1, E!…) that cover those fascinating news. If it’s a slow news day, put up a map of the world so our children learn some geography.

Ron Paul is for real change. Good change. Not the “change” that all the other candidates are babbling about. Take a close look at the issues and voting records, and give me a good reason why this man shouldn’t be our next president.

So, why is Dr. Paul shunned by the media, big government, and corruptorations? Well, because he is for less government involvement in peoples lives. He is for free markets. Against the war and Empire building. But, the biggest reason is that he wants to eliminate the Federal Reserve and Income Tax.

What does our not so distant American history tell us about revolutionists speaking against the mighty Federal Reserve? The independently owned Federal Reserve. The institution that creates money backed by NOTHING!

President John F. Kennedy was assassinated because he was going to eliminate the Federal Reserve. Ohio congressman James Traficant is serving an eight year prison term for his Bankruptcy of the United States speech. What’s happening to Ron Paul irritates me, but doesn’t surprise me. In the end Ron Paul and the revolution will prevail.

Let’s take back our liberties.

December 28, 2007

Benazir Bhutto’s Assassination

Benazir Bhutto, the two-time prime minister of Pakistan has been assassinated. I am saddened by her death, and the death of the other people involved in the attack. She was a very courageous woman, and I believe that she truly stood for a better world.

As for the allegations of corruption, most were fabrications. Her off-shore accounts were real, but who are we to judge the legality and ethics of that. Now, if she stole from the people that’s a whole different story.

What does her death mean to us? Well, I’m with Ron Paul on the idea of non-intervention. Each country deals with its own problems, especially if they are in the middle of a civil war. Let’s stop pumping money, money that we don’t have, into foreign economies. Let’s stop supporting dictators…and then changing our minds. When will we learn? In the past we have supported Osama Bin Laden, and Saddam Hussein, with money and weapons. And we know how the rest went.

Bottom line: let’s stop supporting Pervez Musharraf. Why? Because he’s another dictator!

December 24, 2007

Ron Paul vs Dennis Kucinich

Filed under: Politics, Society — Tags: , , , — Joe De Luca @ 1:13 pm

Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich are the best choices from the two main parties. I agree with most of Paul’s issues, but not all. I don’t like his position on immigration, gun control, and the environment. Dennis Kucinich might be the better choice.

Before voting, look where your candidate stands on the issues, plus check their voting records. That says a lot about their integrity. Then just go with your conscience. A great tool can be found at 2decide.com/table. With this table you can see where all the major presidential candidates stand. Please note that third party candidates are not included, and there are a lot more issues to be considered that are not listed.

An ideal situation would be for both of them to win their respective party’s nomination, and then square-off against each other in the general election.

November 30, 2007

Fascism at our Doorstep, S.1959 H.R.1955

Filed under: Politics, Religion, Society — Tags: , , — Joe De Luca @ 7:33 pm

If Senate Bill 1959 should become law, bloggers like me could be incarcerated.

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