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Tag: Campaign For Liberty
That's a Dead End Sign- So Why Hit the Cruise Control?
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By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
I have, my entire adult life, desired to accomplish one thing above all others. Beyond what normal men might find worth aspiring to, I have always wanted to win one when it really mattered. To just once be the guy it all rides on when it's on the line . . . and deliver the goods. To slay the dragon, save the world, and get the girl . . . film at eleven. To, for one moment in time, have my "A game" firing on all cylinders . . . and be utterly unstoppable.
However, God, in his wisdom, has heretofore seen fit to withhold from me such success . . . until last weekend.
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By Kevin Rex Heine, Section News
Last week, I received a fairly interesting e-mail from Matt Kibbe over at FreedomWorks. The subject line ("BROKERED CONVENTION: Who Would You Support?") I'll admit was an attention getter.
According to the letter:
"As the Presidential race heats up, the GOP Establishment is trying to control the process and tell you that this race is all over with only few states and a miniscule number of delegates already decided. That is simply not true. It is still very likely that no candidate receives a majority of the delegates heading into the Republican National Convention. If this happens and you were a delegate to the convention, you would have the opportunity to support ANYONE, whether they are currently in the race or not."
On that note, let's grab a cup of coffee and go below the fold, shall we, because this could get fairly interesting.
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A man who was traveling home following a Campaign For Liberty (Ron Paul) event was detained and harassed by TSA in St. Louis for carrying cash. Yup, for the intolerable offense of carrying currency you too can be held in police custody. Federal tyranny grows on the back of locals who have an ego, and a desire for power over others, completely oblivious to their role to "protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."
They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. (Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759)
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