I am not voting for Ron Paul. I am voting for the constitution, for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I am not voting for Ron Paul, but for the principles for which he stands. I am voting for truth and “the American way”, for free markets and capitalism. I am not voting for Ron Paul, but for the movement called “the revolution”. I am voting for individual freedom and the right to “pull yourself up by your bootstraps” or take a few lessons from “the school of hard knocks”.
I am not voting for Ron Paul. I am voting against the big government establishment, against Mitt Romney’s social shortcomings, against Newt Gingrich’s colony on the moon, and against Rick Santorum’s false rhetoric backed up by a record of big spending and liberal votes. I am not voting for Ron Paul. I am voting against the attack of my civil liberties, against the National Defense Authorization Act, against the bailouts, and against the monetary policy of the Federal Reserve. I am voting against CNN, Fox News, and all of the misinformation and bias from the mainstream media. I am voting against racial prejudice in the courts, over-spending, over-regulation, over-reaching, undeclared wars of aggression, and foreign aid to all countries.
I am not voting for Ron Paul. I am voting for free religion, free speech, free press, and free assembly. I am voting for the right to due process under the law, the protection against unreasonable search and seizure, and the right to possess weapons capable of defending those God given rights. I am not voting for Ron Paul, but for the ideal set forth by our founding fathers, for the great American experiment, for the representative republic that amazing men and women have sacrificed and died to keep and that I myself would be willing fight and lay down my own life to protect.
I am not voting for Ron Paul. I am voting for the right of political dissent, for the right to research each candidate, for the right to find quality information about those candidates, and for the right to proselytize those candidates that I feel strongly about. I am voting for men and women that represent my values, my principles, and will protect them against tyranny. I am voting for senators, congressman, and I am voting on both a local and national level. I am not voting for a man or woman who could be corrupted by power and prestige. I am voting for principles and based on principles that are not only foundations in this country, but principles that I want for my children and their children’s children.
I am not voting for Ron Paul, but I will proudly cast my vote to help Ron Paul gain the highest office in the land and serve as the President of the United States. www.ronpaul2012.com