May 10, 2008

Phil Duffy on "The Revolution: A Manifesto"

I have just read Ron Paul’s The Revolution: A Manifesto (just 167 pages). It is to the current revolution what Tom Paine’s Common Sense was to our original revolution. No voter should presume to be adequately informed about the real political issues facing this nation unless the voter has spent the time to read this gem of a book – and pondered its meaning. Even the mystery of the Federal Reserve is stripped away and we see an insidious tool that allows government to spend well beyond its means through the simple mechanism of printing paper money. Now we can understand why energy, food, health and other costs are skyrocketing. Dr. Paul's book is a coherent plan for returning this nation to sanity.

~ Phil Duffy, May 10, 2008

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