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On With the Revolution?

Although I dissent from particular policies of conservatives and the Tea Party, I share some common ground and so, in a few hours I will be in a room among many while in Chantilly, Virginia.

I will also be one of a few who will be meeting with a few Senators and Dr. Ron Paul at private receptions during the 2012 LIBERTY PUBLIC ACTION CONFERENCE:

I will participate in some grass roots training and do my best to meet as many of the speakers http://lpac.com/confirmed-speakers/ I possibly can.

I will introduce myself as a candidate of conscience for US HOUSE, D. 5. Fl. seeking connections to those committed to bringing all our troops home so they can secure our borders and help cut the deficit. The financial cost of War in Iraq & Afghanistan since 2001 tops $1,371,440,155,101.00 and I want to work with people who will tell Corporations who want to continue business in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere it is time for them to pay for their SECURITY.

I want to work with people seeking to abolish the TSA and the IRS and empower the states to run their own departments of education.

I want to work with people who comprehend that legalizing cannabis is a States Rights issue. I want to work with people who understand that the States could reap revenue from all the proceeds from that seed growing plant that God created and said was “good.” Legalizing cannabis under State control could well provide the States the means to pay for quality education and basic health coverage for all its citizens in need.

I want to work with people seeking to AUDIT the FED and The PENTAGON and who understand we are up against a Corporate Media Military Industrial Congressional SECURITY/Surveillance Complex that must be dismantled for humanity to survive.

I want to work with people calling for an end of aid to Israel and take seriously the warning of America’s first and still only No Party affiliated President-George Washington:

“Observe good faith and justice towards all nations; cultivate peace and harmony with all…and passionate attachments for others should be excluded; and that, in place of them, just and amicable feelings towards all should be cultivated. The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave…a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former in the quarrels and wars of the latter, without adequate justification.”

 

I intend to meet Ron Paul and ask him directly the written questions I left with his Deputy Press Secretary, James V. Barcia, at the Ron Paul Rally in Tampa:

Will you support the grass roots initiative that is seeking to establish every June 8th as USS LIBERTY REMEMBRANCE DAY?

In April 1999, thirty-six members of the US House of Representatives signed a letter calling for Israel’s Nuclear Whistle Blowers release from prison because they believed “we have a duty to stand up for men and women like Mordechai Vanunu who dare to articulate a brighter vision for humanity.”

Were you one of the 36?

 

That was the day I also taped Jimmy Vaughn who united the crowd at the WE ARE THE FUTURE RALLY and again recalled a line attributed to Emma Goldman, “If I can’t dance it’s not my revolution.”

I am Eileen Fleming for US HOUSE and I approve of all of my messages.

 

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4 Responses to On With the Revolution?

  1. Eileen Fleming September 12, 2012 at 11:44 pm #

    Is there an Editor around?
    I am unable to embed the 2 Youtubes and have never had that problem before.

  2. Ariadna Theokopoulos September 13, 2012 at 12:43 am #

    “a line attributed to Emma Goldman, “If I can’t dance it’s not my revolution.”

    Some lines are so great they’re irresistible, irrespective of the source.
    I often say “a line attributed to Idi Amin, “It tastes like chicken.”
    So it is with Ema Goldman. It doesn’t matter that she was the quintessential zionist assassin and terrorist avant la lettre, that raised in an ultra-orthodox Lithuanian jewish family she became a selective atheist writing vitriolic anti-Christian pamphlets, that she was as good an internationalist as Trotsky, fighting for the cause of the proletariat by consorting and associating exclusively with jews.
    What matters is that the saying attributed to her is kind of cute, it makes her sound playful (although by “dance” she may have meant “assassinate”) and that it will go over very well with progressive jews. Use it often, use it soon.

    • Eileen Fleming September 13, 2012 at 2:00 am #

      my my, live and learn,
      i had no clue as to what your report
      but i remain happy to have a soft spot in my heart
      for all who speak/write their hearts
      and when any other writes a line from mine
      i am most grateful

      and gratitude is the highest expression of LOVE
      and with LOVE and for LOVE I also look forward to laughing a lot in Chantilly, VA. because “If I can’t Laugh it’s NOT My REVOLUTION”- copyright eileen fleming

      • Ariadna Theokopoulos September 13, 2012 at 2:53 am #

        Needless to say, “right back at you” (anonymous urban) with LOVE of LOVE and for LOVE

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