Monday, October 10, 2011

The Two Party Dictatorship of the America is falling as Ron Paul rises

As the Occupy Wall Street Movement started and many other Movements among the general public happened It has also been found out that these protests aren't from one single party as they’re protesting against all of the Republican and Democrat stances and more lean to the third parties (Libertarians, Independents, and Constitutionalists).

Could the Two Party Dictatorship as stated by (Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, and Jesse Venturabe falling as the third parties make their own movement. Probably, but who will represent them?

Well, is there any GOP Presidential Nominees that are really not Republican as much as an Independent, Constitutionalist or Libertarian; well actually Ron Paul is. Ron Paul use to be in the Libertarian Party and now is even called a Libertarian much more than Republican which means he wants to End the wars, End the FED, and End Bailouts. So Ron Paul actually stands for most of the main roots of the Occupy Movement. So to what I see, Ron Paul will be recognized by the real Occupy Movement and will support Ron Paul to the presidency.

With Ron Paul and the Occupy Movement roughly agreeing 70% on the issues, he is their best chance and this may have been shown as Ron Paul won the Values Voter Straw Poll with 37% of the vote.

Occupy Movement and Ron Paul agree on these issues to name a few:
  • Ending the FED
  • Ending oversea wars
  • Ending cooperate bailouts
  • Demanding Justice in Guantanamo Bay
(With many other libertarian issues also)

So does any of these issues rule out Candidates running for President well lets see:
So Nobody else meets the Occupy Movement’s needs as President other than Ron Paul who is now soaring higher and higher in the polls. So Ron Paul may just get the Occupy Movement’s votes; and now may soar higher than ever before in the polls, and in the fundraising.

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