View Full Version : This is a must see video on helping get the USA back on track!

02-24-2013, 07:55 PM
Not trying to be political here but I really believe that this video is worth everyone's time to watch it. No matter what side of the isle you may be on, you know there is trouble in the United States. We have a runaway government on both sides and only the people have a chance by standing together to bring her back to Greatness. The eloquence and sincerity of this man speaking in this vidoe is like his father but with a fresh blast of energy to help lead those of us who care out of this rut that keeps getting bigger. I hope and pray we can create a synergy around someone like Rand Paul to propel us back to the top before we sink into an abyss of reckoning beyond repair.

Something I would like to note is if you don't like or care for the Tea Party Movement which is taking on new much more common sense leadership, please don't count watching this video out. This is not some BS crazy person, but a very highly educated, knowledgeable well in tune individual beyond 99% of what's going on in Washington. I do not indorse any party affiliation here. If you are like me and are Pro-Liberty and Pro-Constitution, this is a must hear video.


02-24-2013, 08:15 PM
Great video Ken, I agree with everything that Rand Paul said. Now the question stands, When will we start holding Washington accountable?


02-24-2013, 09:15 PM
As far as I'm concerned ALL politicians are lying thieving SOBs. They get elected too Washington to get rich, and help their friends (people that give them lots of money). Doesn't matter, Democrats, Republicans, Tea Party, liberal, conservative or libertarian. Name one Senator that didn't retire much wealthier then when they get elected, the majority of the work day is raising money from lobbyists, then voting for whatever bill their owners tell them too. There is a saying going around on the internet, that politicians should have to wear uniforms like Nascar drivers, then you can tell who their sponsors are, I'm all for it.
Not trying too make anybody mad, not trying to start political arguments, just my opinion.

02-24-2013, 09:54 PM
I agree with you wholeheartedly John, except I believe there have been a couple in it for the right reasons and I believe Ron Paul was one of them. He owns a modest home in Texas that he bought while practicing as a doctor. He has never been known to take a single bribe and I believe his son has learned from him. I do realize the crooks are getting wealthier and more powerful through corruption and it may be too late for a game changer. Many other countries around the world are looking pretty appetizing compared to the direction we are currently heading. I'm not a Tea Party guy, but I believe in the Tax Enough Already concept and much smaller government. Reasonable cost healthcare but not free or taxed so much that I'll never be able to retire unless I move out of the US which has been the current plan. Looking for that new west and it isn't here.

02-25-2013, 12:09 AM
Hey Ken, maybe we should have a Newell rally in Panama?
Of course we might just stay there. Panama is on my short list of countries to visit soon. Mild climates in the mountains with about a 2 hour drive to either Pacific or Caribbean.

02-25-2013, 01:21 AM
Forest that would be a great idea. Panama is on our short list as well along with Ecuador, Uraguay and a couple of others. We did have Belize, Columbia, Argentina, Chili and Possibly Peru on the list but now they have been moved down. A few years ago there were some others in Asia, Central America, New Zealand and so on.... But with more and more studying of the political, economy, weather and culture we are leaning heavily on Panama and Ecuador. I know why you like Panama because of the proximity to great diving. Both Panama and Ecuador have the best choices in weather, both have great economies. Ecuador is Pacific Ocean and has the Galapagos Islands. Both countries have nice land, coastal and mountains. Ecuador uses the US dollar, for now that is. Ecuador has lower cost housing and food. Diesel in Ecuador is only about $1.38 a gallon and similar for regular unleaded. Both have great infrastructures.

There are many other perks with these countries like great 1st rate affordable healthcare, huge retirement incentives. Ecuador for example offers many resources for 10-50% off for retirees including 1/2 price air fare originating in Ecuador. A retiree for example can fly from Quito to Miami for under $300 round-trip most of the year and it's only about a five hour flight. Some other cities are pretty reasonable too. Our thoughts are to store a coach down in Florida or Texas to use when coming back to the states. Like you said, we might not want to come back and that is an option. We are trying to decide whether or not to just cut loose of our last real estate holdings or rent our home out.

Something of importance in many of these areas is there is virtually no stress once you clear residency hurdles. Did I mention hoards of organic fruits, vegetables and fresh seafood you can sink your teeth in. And yes, even if you don't like seafood there is plenty of organic beef and bacon. Actually I was just reading that the price of beef or pork whatever the cut may be is around $2.50 a pound. There much more............

Regarding a Latin American Rally like in Panama for example; you could always be the Wagon-Master. Hint hint!

02-25-2013, 03:23 PM
This is probably the best GOP response I have ever heard! Could it be that this Rand Paul leans more Libertarian? Knowing what's on the Dem tick which is going to be more of the same I would highly consider a guy of this aptitude. I have only voted for one Republican in all my life. Wouldn't it be nice to get one that isn't a big fat liar.

02-25-2013, 09:40 PM
Central or south America? Lets go!

03-01-2013, 09:50 PM
Here some more intelligent proof from my radar!