I'm dreaming of "for lease" signs on the fronts of the banks downtown. Not because I hate the banks, but rather that I love the other businesses and people in my town. It's important to make this distinction. Even bankers who are in on the swindle are worth saving. It will be in their best interest in the long run.
After his defeat in the 2008 Presidential Primary, Ron Paul made a short speech talking about the long haul, the big picture. What I heard was: If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine. Ron Paul became something more powerful than a President. He became a symbol. He taught me that the government does not own me. I have begun straining at my bonds. I hadn't noticed them until now.
And now without further delay, your Ron Paul fix for the day.
That'll keep you going for the show.
Come on it's time to go.
Posted by Blue Table Painting at 4:35 AM