The man who can restore our republic
One candidate and only one candidate stands for the very thing we hunger for: A return to Constitutional government! He is not one of “the three blind mice.” They are all globalist tools. The media seems to want to force one of them down our throats, so they ignore Ron Paul. I wonder why The Washington Times joins the mainstream media by ignoring him too.
Perhaps there is a reason; there usually are two sides to everything. As Republicans, John McCain does not share our personal values and he surely does not represent anything that The Washington Times values either. OK, perhaps you don’t take sides. But joining in the Ron Paul news blackout, you have done just that.
Working the streets for Ron Paul, I am finding that support for him exists across the political spectrum. Of course, very few of those are readers of your publication. Republicans will miss a rare opportunity by not forwarding Ron Paul’s candidacy. Worse than that, the nation will miss its opportunity for a mid-course correction that could keep our ship of state from going on the rocks.
Time is passing us by and there is not much opportunity left to promote Ron Paul. Acting like Democrats, the Republican Party is sealing his delegates away from the nominating process.
Something must be done. It admittedly is a long shot, but a write-in movement is all that is left. Restoring Constitutional government is vital; I want it for my grandkids and my great-grandkids. I want it in my lifetime, so I will work for that.
An opportunity for all to pledge their general election vote might work. The Internet is one tool that could make this happen and it would also help immeasurably if a publication like yours began writing about the Ron Paul phenomena. Why are people attracted to him? Like I said, even Democrats are coming to him.
My spouse says that I should cancel my subscription, but I will stay with you. Please join this great-grandfather in his one last political effort. Talk about Ron Paul; with your help we can have a great new adventure. Mervyn E Cloe Reedsport, Oregon