Yesterday, on President's Day, hundreds of VERIFIED US veterans marched on Washington in support of Ron Paul, and against Obama.
Ron Paul is the only pro-peace candidate, the only veteran candidate, and the only candidate who acknowledges the Constitution that these men and women took an oath to uphold.
Every other candidate - Obama included - is chiefly funded by big corporation who make billions (trillions?) off of the wars. Ron Paul's top 3 contribution groups come from - I kid you not - the US Army, Navy, Air Force.
Ron Paul receives more money from servicemen than EVERY other candidate -- COMBINED. He receives almost TWICE as much as Obama.
They carried out two moments of silences. Each second of silence represented the total number of veterans who have committed suicide and for those troops that have died abroad since Obama took office (he promised to end the wars by his first year).
They performed an 'About Face' away from the White House.
Did you not hear about this? Of course not. The only videos online of the whole thing come from, ironically, Russia Today and independent media sources:
The news media has its own objective by being selective with the news they put on the air. You take CNN & MSNBC and you get far left news. On the flip side of that coin you have Fox News which is far right. For once, I would like to see a news media outlet who is centered, fair and balanced.
Peter Thiel gives Endorse Liberty Super PAC another $1.7 million Billionaire Peter Thiel has poured $1.7 million more into a super PAC supporting presidential candidate Ron Paul, bringing his total contributions to $2.6 million. Reports filed with the Federal Election Commission today show that Thiel, a Silicon Valley investor, made the additional contributions to the Endorse Liberty PAC in the first half of January. Thiel, a libertarian, is the single largest donor to the PAC. http://www.forbes.com/sites/lauriebenne … billion... read more
"The Treasurer of Endorse Liberty, Abraham D. Niederhauser, is a corporate executive who is a known Ron Paul supporter."
"‘libertarianism’ as it is defined today is the natural philosophy of the plutocrat, the oligarch, and the fat-cat. Why this should be is hardly a mystery — in a truly libertarian society (sic) the guy with the most upper-body strength (ladies need not apply), the heaviest rock, the stoutest club, the biggest gun, or the most money gets to take all the liberties, while everyone else gets to pound sand, because the prols (that’s you, my friend, and me) have been deluded into abandoning the only thing which would otherwise stand between them and abject Dickensian enslavement under the iron fist of the Bosses: the rule of law."
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