Decision 2008

Election Day is fast approaching, it’s hard not to get depressed just thinking about it. The prospects for this country under an administration ran by either John McCain or Barack Obama is simply dismal.

Decision 2008 -- Chuck Baldwin

As a solid supporter of Congressman Ron Paul, from Texas who ran for president on the Republican ticket and was beat in the primaries by Senator John McCain, the thought of voting for either McCain or Obama depressed me. How does one go about voting for the lesser of two evils?

I was stuck with a tough decision, vote for a candidate I don’t believe in or stay home and live with everyone else’s decision. Neither prospect was very appealing. After all, I do have to sleep at night.

I was surprised to learn just last week that Congressman Ron Paul is supporting Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party for President. I have not only heard of Chuck Baldwin but I’ve enjoyed reading many articles penned by him. Finally a candidate I can get behind.

What I don’t understand is why so many people choose to vote the major party lines, even though they don’t like them; don’t believe them and can’t fully support them. What makes a sane person reject his or her own gut instincts and vote for these bozos? The only response I’ve heard is that a third party candidate doesn’t have a chance of winning — that I’m wasting my vote.

As long as people stick to this kind of thinking, a third party candidate will never stand a chance of winning. When are we American’s going to finally stand up and vote with our hearts and our heads? When are we going to stop acting like sheep and letting big money, do nothings decide who will reside on Pennsylvania Avenue for the next four-years?

I have faith that one-day ordinary citizens will wake up and vote for someone who is willing to go against the flow, to speak the truth – even when it’s not popular, instead of doing what comes easy.

Let’s take this country by storm and show the networks that we have a mind of our own, regardless of what they think. If you believe in our constitution and you believe it’s time for a real change – vote for Chuck Baldwin, Constitution Party Candidate for President.

Vote Chuck Baldwin for President -- Constitution Party

Ron Paul Tonight

You may recall that back on January 22, 2007, I mentioned that Congressman Ron Paul had tossed his hat in the ring and will run on the Republican platform for President in 2008.

Since writing that post I am surprised to find out just how many people have no idea who Dr. Ron Paul is. Especially since I’ve been following his career for many years nows.

I admit I was wrong — totally wrong when I supported our current President when he ran for President way back in 2000. It is one of the few regrets I’m forced to live with.

With that being said, you will be happy to know that I always learn from my own mistakes and a vote for Ron Paul is one of the best things you could ever do for this country and for yourself. He stands for freedom and believes in our Constitution. He has worked hard to stand up our Constitution as a Texas Congressman. Be sure to follow the links below to find out more.

I encourage you to get to know more about Dr. Ron Paul and lend him your support. Help him bring about real change in 2008. You won’t want to miss this special opportunity to join a teleconference — scheduled for tonight.

Press Release

We are going to have a very special call tonight. Our guest speaker is the one and only Dr Ron Paul. (AKA Dr. No for voting against all unconstitutional bills.)

The call will start at 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time Thursday the 15th of Feb. This is a nationwide conference call and there will lots of people camping onto the line.

You will dial in this number (605) 475-8500
Then enter our room code, 5528750.

You may get instructions to announce yourself but do not do that. Please mute your line as soon as you get on the call. Mute your call by pressing * 2. (Un-mute by pressing *3)

Do not pipe in with questions or comments.

Ron Paul has accepted an invitation to participate in the first national presidential debate in New Hampshire on Wednesday, April 4. It will be hosted by Wolf Blitzer and will be carried on CNN TV, radio, and from 7-9 p.m. EST.

You are in the right place at the right time with the right movement.

One people, One movement, Freedom for all.

Thank you,
Henry Nicolle
America: Freedom to Fascism
California Volunteer Coordinator
POB 5633 Ventura, California (93005)
Phone: (805) 758-4446

Additional Information

What Candidate?

Non-newsworthy 2008 election candidates and their issues.

Watching the network news channels, specifically Fox News and CNN, a viewer would be led to believe there are only two candidates running in the upcoming 2008 Presidential Election: Some black guy named Obama that no ones ever heard of and the infamous Hillary Clinton, feminist champion in the flesh.

On a side-note, why is it that so called “feminist” supporters tend to look so masculine. After all, I can’t think of a soul that would make the mistake of calling Hillary feminine. She will never achieve the imperial air of the illustrious matriarchal figure, Barbara Bush. Now she has the look of a great woman, even if her sons both deserved a few more trips to the woodshed in their earlier years.

At any rate…

Congressman Ron Paul announced his candidacy several weeks ago.

Now this is a guy you can get excited about. He is honest and isn’t afraid to stand-alone as he’s shown it in the past. Patriots across the country were pulling for him last year, when he introduced a bill intent on abolishing the income tax.

Talk about a guy with no fear…just try taking on the IRS sometime.

It’s like David and Goliath, kind of a one-sided battle. Of course David does manage to come out on top once in while, but who wants to be David – and have to fight the battle in the first place?

My point is not that Congressman Ron Paul is in the race but that there are at least 16 other campaigns, which have been announced as of this writing, why aren’t we hearing about them? Is it not news in this country when a man decides to seek public office, let alone the highest office in the country?

When a man — a sitting Congressman isn’t considered news worthy or relevant to this election, voters can assume one of two things: Either certain candidates are subsidizing the news, namely organizations backing women or minorities, or the station is biased toward certain candidates.

If the major news networks want to be seen as “fair and balanced,” they must start telling voters the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Stop making up ignorant news stories about “Hillary” and start reporting real news.

Who knows? Maybe 2008 will be the year that voters finally make up their minds to vote their hearts and minds, instead of voting for “the lesser of two evils.” Evil will always be evil, no matter how you dress it up.

America was never intended to be the two-party system the Congress has created. We, as voters, have a duty and obligation to vote for the best “person,” not the best “party.”

Who’s reaching out to the young people? Have you encouraged a young person or even a senior citizen to get out there and vote? Sometimes they just need a ride or someone to remind them.

Parents, are you discussing politics with your children? Do they understand the voting process? Don’t leave it up to schools or others to educate your child on not only the mechanics of voting but also on discuss your own views and listen to theirs. Take a part in the process. It’s a huge opportunity to talk to friends, family members, neighbors and co-workers.

Some crazy person started a rumor that it is impolite to discuss religion and politics. How will you ever expand your thinking? How will you gain a real education, unless you can calmly and rationally discuss your views?

If you think you can really gain an understanding of the important issues (however they are defined) by reading/watching or listening to the major news outlets, you are missing the boat. You are accepting the lies being told and having all the issues framed for you.

For a true understanding of the process and the issues you must actively participate.

  • Attend a local speaking event. Your local college, community organization, or local lobbying groups often host local forums. Call your legislators’ local office and ask for a listing of scheduled events. Many even have weekly roundtable meetings.
  • Volunteer for your local candidate by stuffing envelopes, manning the phones, walking a beat or handing out fliers. There are a great many positions that need to be filled in any candidacy.
  • Host a political blog, website or e-mail newsletter.
  • Contact your candidate; make an appointment to meet with him/her or send an e-mail with your questions and concerns.

One lady just gushed on CNN, “I’m so excited I have so many choices.” Who is she kidding? If CNN doesn’t cover it, it didn’t happen. While they are busy peddling Hillary to us with a shovel, other worthy 2008 candidates are left begging for money so they can purchase enough air time get a foot in the race.

There is something seriously wrong with our system. This is still America isn’t it? Home of the free, land of the brave! Some how that is not the image we are seeing.

I’ll leave you with one word:


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