A documentary, For Liberty: How the Ron Paul Revolution Watered the Withered Tree of Liberty was made in 2009 about the Ron Paul Revolution, and the creators have now edited this movie down to just over 60 minutes in a promotional cut for supporters to spread the message of the ‘revolution’ (very inexpensively) to the rest of the populace who are still feeding at the main stream media trough.
For those out there who don’t know anything about the ‘godfather’ of the Tea Party and those that want to understand how seemingly completely sane people (Tom Woods, Jr., Judge Andrew Napolitano, Jack Hunter, this author) can so passionately support a media labeled un-electable for president, this film will answer all your questions about why Ron Paul has the grassroots organization that he has, why we support him, how he can pull millions of dollars in small donations over the internet in hours, why the military donates more money than all other candidates (and Obama) combined, why the media is blacking him out, why GOP candidates polling at 2% get 5-10 times more airtime in debates than Dr. Paul does (a whopping 89 seconds recently), and greater still, his message of peace, liberty and prosperity. After listening to Dr. Paul, it becomes apparent that there IS another way to look at our country, our problems, our institutions, and our future. Aren’t you tired of listening to the corporate talking heads pick your choices for candidate yet?
Some profound words from a close friend may help you to understand the paradigm programming:
The problem is we have been brainwashed into thinking that abundance is reserved for the few and far between, that it is finite. Left is taught that what we do have (lack of abundance) should be shared equally with everyone, while the right is taught that you should earn what little abundance there is from the rest (survival of the fittest).
All while the “elite” dish out what we fight over from an unlimited pool.
The only way to find common ground is for abundance to be made available to everyone that works for it.