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Why Are Ron Paul’s Supporters So Angry? by Chuck Baldwin

Posted by soldierservant on January 29, 2008

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This is right on. He points out the obvious hypocrisy of the church.
There definitely seems to be a conspiracy to villify Ron Paul. These
wicked neocons know no bounds. Their eternal punishment will be the
same. Jesus had no kind words for hypocrites and neither do I. What
Chuck doesn’t understand is that a lot of the churches are false to
begin with. Many are freemasons, witches and satanists. That is why they
have seared consciences. Jesus said that saltless salt is worthless and
destined to be discarded in hell. I do not believe there will be any
forgiveness from God to these imposters. Like Jesus said that we will
know them by their fruits. We know that most religious leaders are
children of the devil like they were in Jesus’ time and will reap the
same as the devil. It is a pity that so many rather choose to believe
their lies. The fact that most will not read God’s word proves their
contempt for Him. I think a lot of the heathen are more familiar with
the bible than most so-called christians. Jesus said that his disciples
will be hated, which is proof that Ron Paul is one of his. Not only will
those who support these wicked charlatans, both political and religious,
be judged for that but also will be judged for their contempt for the
righteous such as Ron Paul. They are those who call evil good and good
evil. Jesus’ woes were never meant to be taken lightly, but are very
serious. Those who oppose Ron Paul are pro-abortion, which makes them
not only murderers but genocidists.
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When Glenn Beck interviewed Congressman Ron Paul a few weeks ago, he
said that he had received death threats from people purporting to be
Ron Paul supporters. I have heard other journalists make similar
accusations against Congressman Paul’s supporters. Of course, I have
no way of knowing whether any of this is true or not. And neither does
anyone else.

My own experience has been that Congressman Paul’s supporters have
always demonstrated grace, patience, and courtesy. I have met and
worked alongside Ron Paul supporters in at least four states, and I
have never personally witnessed any of the anger and bitterness of
which they are accused.

Not that Ron Paul’s supporters do not have reason to be angry. They
most certainly do. In fact, all of us should be angry.

Ron Paul’s supporters have been subjected to the most overt and
outlandish brand of humiliation and censorship ever seen in modern
politics. The cable news Republican Presidential debates have been
jokes. For every one question (and usually a stupid, irrelevant
question at that) asked of Dr. Paul, the other participants will get
three or four. Maybe more. Even though Ron Paul has received more
money, more votes, and more delegates than Rudy Giuliani, the press
continues to ignore Mr. Paul while showering Giuliani with coverage.

In addition, Ron Paul’s own party continues to treat him and his
supporters as second-class citizens–or perhaps even as aliens from a
different planet. They are subjected to insults of every type. Not to
mention enduring every conceivable method to censure or remove Dr.
Paul from the political process. He has been denied access to
platforms, excluded from debates, removed from GOP Presidential lists,
etc., ad infinitum, ad nauseam.

I say again: if anyone has a right to be angry, it is Ron Paul
supporters. But perhaps the greater question is, Why are not all of us
angry? No, I do not mean in a cruel or unkind way, but where is our
outrage for what the ruling elite are doing to our country?

We should all be angry at the way politicians lie to us, deceive us,
and manipulate us. We should all be angry at the way both major
parties have completely ignored and trampled constitutional

Are we so gullible that we cannot see when a politician says one thing
to one group of people and a totally opposite thing to another group
of people? Are we so naïve that we cannot tell when a politician
changes his beliefs simply in order to garner votes?

Come on folks, let’s get real: do you really expect John McCain to
abandon his efforts to grant amnesty to illegal aliens? Do you really
expect Mitt Romney to be a champion for the unborn? Do you really
expect Mike Huckabee to suddenly be the champion for limited
government spending? Do you really expect Rudy Giuliani to keep his
pants zipped?

Have the American people become so numbed to truth and reality that we
cannot distinguish the genuine from the phony–even when it stands
right in front of us? Perhaps so. However, if the American people had
any of the character and resolve of our forebears, we would be
steaming mad about what our political and business leaders have done
to our country.

Yes, we should be angry at the way our government has repeatedly lied
to us about the economy, about sending our jobs and manufacturing
industries overseas, about Iraq, and about EVERYTHING! Yes, dear
friends, they lie to us about everything. It has gotten to the point
that, frankly, I believe NOTHING the government tells us. They have
proven themselves to be totally disingenuous and downright
duplicitous. And, frankly, I’m angry about it.

In addition, I can even understand whatever anger and exasperation Ron
Paul’s supporters feel regarding my fellow evangelical believers.
Today’s Christians–and especially our pastors–have become little
more than toadies for the establishment elite. They apparently have
never read our U.S. Constitution, Declaration of Independence, or Bill
of Rights. They are seemingly oblivious to our great American history
and heritage. They seem to lack the most elementary understanding of
even the most basic American principles.

For example, it makes absolutely no sense that Christian pastors would
embrace the sudden pro-life candidacy of Mitt Romney and reject the
proven, twenty-year pro-life record of Ron Paul. It makes no sense
that evangelical Christians would embrace the pro-illegal amnesty,
pro-McCain/Feingold, pro-No-Child-Left-Behind, pro-gun control John
McCain and reject the proven, twenty-year no-amnesty, pro-freedom,
anti-No-Child-Left-Behind, pro-Second Amendment record of Ron Paul. It
makes absolutely no sense that Christians would fall for Mr. Big
Government himself, Mike Huckabee, and reject the champion of limited
government, Ron Paul.

Beyond that, how is it that pastors and evangelicals cannot see
through the GOP’s complicity in helping to establish a Luciferian New
World Order? How can they be so blind and dumb regarding the global
machinations of the Council on Foreign Relations? How can they not
understand and reject the philosophy emanating from the Trilateral
Commission and Bilderbergers?

Ask the average pastor and Christian about the CFR, the
Trilateralists, or the Bilderbergers and they just stare into space.
They are absolutely clueless. Ask them about the burgeoning NAFTA
superhighway, North American Union, or Amero and they look stupefied.
Again, they are absolutely clueless. And, yes, I am angry about it. I
am saddened and angered at the lack of knowledge, perception, and
discernment demonstrated by my Christian brethren.

I believe with all my heart that if the pastors and Christian people
of America would come off their high horse and start supporting the
principles of liberty, the U.S. Constitution, and limited government,
not only would there be a rebirth of freedom in America, there would
be a spiritual revival as well.

As it is, freedom-loving people cannot see past the ignorance,
elitism, and partisan phoniness of modern Christians in order that
they might see Christ. The Scripture plainly says, “Where the Spirit
of the Lord is, there is liberty.” (II Corinthians 3:17)

When America’s Colonial preachers and Christian people fought for
liberty and independence, God gave us two Great Awakenings. I believe
another Great Revival would come to America, if our Christians and
pastors would stand on their hind legs and once again fight for
liberty and independence. And, yes, I am also angry that they will not
do that either.

(c) Chuck Baldwin

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