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We must defeat CISPA.

(Source: triple-a-discourse)

Eager to Eliminate Ron Paul, MSM Outlets Report that Ron Paul has Dropped Out.

triple-a-discourse:

“Asked if this is a dropout, Paul’s campaign manager Jesse Benton said ‘Absolutely not! We are focusing our efforts squarely on winning delegates and party leadership positions at state conventions.”



Ron Paul Pizza Bomb

triple-a-discourse:

gspot.com

Frustrated by mean and disorganized GOP that left many without lunch as they waited outside in the parking lot after being thrown out of the meeting room by the GOP insiders, things began to get a bit hectic. The meeting had been going on for hours, kids were starving, everyone was doing their best to be peaceful and patient. With nearly 2,000 live UStream viewers watching the historical event unfold, it was time for someone to take action. Someone Did! In historic precedent, the world’s first PizzaBomb to feed the hungry supporters was launched, as random people phoned in sending over fifty pizzas to hungry supporters!”

triple-a-discourse:

“Ben Swann takes a look at “Rule 38” in the Republican National Convention rules which states that States and Congressional Districts cannot “bind” their delegates”

From the people who brought you Sarah Palin...

To make an analogy, voting in the GOP is like watching an episode of ‘Whose Line is it Anyways?” , where the rules are made up and your votes don’t matter.  Unless, it’s a vote for Mitt Romney, because he matters. (money matters)  Why is there even a delegate process? Ron Paul, who seems to be the only GOP candidate not advocating for continued war in the Middle East, has been consistently trampled upon, by the so called “conservative” GOP leaders and talk show pundits for years now. So perhaps their latest brazen action comes as no surprise.

(Source: triple-a-discourse)

"I Think Ron Paul Just Won Iowa!" -Rachel Maddow April 23, 2012 

Told you so.

“CISPA is the New SOPA
by Ron Paul

Earlier this year, strong public opposition led by several prominent websites forced Congressional leaders to cancel votes on two bills known in Washington as “SOPA” and “PIPA.” Both of these bills threatened search engines and websites with possible shutdowns if the Justice Department deemed them insufficiently cooperative with our phony “war on terror,” or if they were merely accused of copyright infringement. Fortunately the American public flooded Capitol Hill with phone calls and Congressional leaders dropped both bills.

But we should never underestimate the federal government’s insatiable desire to control the internet. Statists of all parties, persuasions, and nationalities hate the free, unbridled flow of information, ideas, and goods via the internet. They resent the notion that ordinary people can communicate and trade across the world without government filters or approvals. So they continually seek to impose controls, always under the guise of fighting terrorism or protecting “intellectual property” rights.

The latest assault on internet freedom is called the “Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act,” or “CISPA,” which may be considered by Congress this week. CISPA is essentially an internet monitoring bill that permits both the federal government and private companies to view your private online communications with no judicial oversight—provided, of course, that they do so in the name of “cybersecurity.” The bill is very broadly written, and allows the Department of Homeland Security to obtain large swaths of personal information contained in your emails or other online communication. It also allows emails and private information found online to be used for purposes far beyond any reasonable definition of fighting cyberterrorism.

CISPA represents an alarming form of corporatism, as it further intertwines government with companies like Google and Facebook. It permits them to hand over your private communications to government officials without a warrant, circumventing well-established federal laws like the Wiretap Act and the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. It also grants them broad immunity from lawsuits for doing so, leaving you without recourse for invasions of privacy. Simply put, CISPA encourages some of our most successful internet companies to act as government spies, sowing distrust of social media and chilling communication in one segment of the world economy where America still leads.

Proponents of CISPA may be well-intentioned, but they unquestionably are leading us toward a national security state rather than a free constitutional republic. Imagine having government-approved employees embedded at Facebook, complete with federal security clearances, serving as conduits for secret information about their American customers. If you believe in privacy and free markets, you should be deeply concerned about the proposed marriage of government intelligence gathering with private, profit-seeking companies. CISPA is Big Brother writ large, putting the resources of private industry to work for the nefarious purpose of spying on the American people.We can only hope the public responds to CISPA as it did to SOPA back in January. I urge you to learn more about the bill by reading a synopsis provided by the Electronic Frontier Foundation on their website at eff.org. I also urge you to call your federal Senators and Representatives and urge them to oppose CISPA and similar bills that attack internet freedom.”

(Source: triple-a-discourse)

Ron Paul poll shocker: He beats Obama head-to-head

"That’s right, leads – as in, ahead of, out front, winning, and so forth. According to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Tuesday, at the moment Representative Paul bests Mr. Obama in a head-to-head matchup by 43 to 41 percent.

The same poll has Mitt Romney tied with Obama, at 44 percent each. Rick Santorum is three points behind the president, according to Rasmussen, and Newt Gingrich is 10 points behind.”- CSM

Boom!

James Beeland Rogers, Jr. (born October 19, 1942) is an American investor and author. He is currently based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc. He was the co-founder of the Quantum Fund with George Soros and creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI).

Ron Paul Is Secretly Taking Over The GOP — And It's Driving People Insane

"As the full extent of the chaos unfolds, sources close to the Paul campaign tell Business Insider that it is looking increasingly like Romney’s team might have a hand in denying Paul votes, noting that Romney has some admirably ruthless operatives on his side and a powerful incentive to avoid a fifth caucus loss this month. 

According to the Paul campaign, the Maine Republican Party is severely under-reporting Paul’s results — and Romney isn’t getting the same treatment. For example, nearly all the towns in Waldo County — a Ron Paul stronghold – held their caucuses on Feb. 4, but the state GOP reported no results for those towns. In Waterville, a college town in Central Maine, results were reported but not included in the party vote count. Paul beat Romney 21-5 there, according to the Kennebec County GOP.” -Business Insider

Proof of voter fraud in Maine. It is not longer a conspiracy.

Mitt Romney is Such a NICE Person.