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Looking Forward – Liberty Candidates for 2010

The Freedom Movement has been rolling!  Ron Paul’s presidential run in 2008 ignited the wildfire of freedom in American’s minds and transitioned his efforts into the Campaign for Liberty, now a full blown PAC.  Several freedom candidates endorsed by Ron Paul, such as BJ Lawson in North Carolina and Murray Sabrin in New Jersey, tried riding Paul’s groundswell of support to also run for Congress but they fell short.  I felt their timing was a bit too early as the public was still in their “distaste for Republicans” phase and voted any liberal candidate to office they could.  But come 2010, a huge chance will arise for the freedom movement to strike back and to send many new Ron Pauls to Congress to break down the Big Government stranglehold.  Who are these candidates?  If you look on the right side of my blog, I have added a new section titled “Liberty Candidates 2010” that lists out some of the next Ron Pauls for Congress that I support and what position and state they are running in.  Some have officially announced their candidancy while some are still in the exploratory phase:

  • RJ Harris (http://www.rjharris2010.com) – A republican candidate running for House of Representatives in Oklahoma.  Served in the army and has made a tour in Iraq.  Was once a neo-con, but changed to a Ron Paul republican after reading the constitution.
  • Adam Kokesh (http://www.kokeshforcongress.com) – The “winter soldier.”  Adam is a young candidate running for the House of Representatives in New Mexico.  After having served in the Iraq War and having woken up to the truth, Adam is now the founder of the Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW).  Adam is a revolutionary patriot and a very passionate and outspoken leader in the freedom movement.  If you have never heard him speak, check out this clip of his speech at the revolution march in DC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbOp_9VfR6o
  • Rand Paul (https://www.randpaul2010.com/) – Son of Ron Paul and a doctor by trade (eye sergeon), Rand Paul is running as a Republican for Senate in Kentucky.  The apple hasn’t fallen far from the tree as Rand Paul is a great voice in the liberty movement just like his father.
  • Peter Schiff (http://www.schiffforsenate.com/) – Ron Paul’s economic advisor for his 2008 presidential run and the CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, a brokerage company specializing in the investment in foreign stocks.  Schiff is still in the exploratory phase, but is considering running as a republican candidate for senate in Connecticut.  He is one of the few economic experts who predicted the current recession and has been writing books to warn people about how to preserve their wealth, such as Crash Proof and The Little Book of Bull Moves in a Bear Market.
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