When I started writing blogs, I wanted to keep it funny, and react to what's in the news. The one thing I wanted to avoid was decisions made in Washington. A political commentator just doesn't feel like me.
Rarely do people read about politics, and well, feel happy by the end of an article. So I've been avoiding it for quite a while.
At the same time, I've learned that a blog is all about personal experiences. So I guess I can ignore my personal rule on politics since we're getting closer to 2012.
|The Beatles or Ron Paul. Looks the same.|
|Lots of love at Webster Hall|
Listening to conversations, group discussions, laughs...you name it...and people were just enjoying each others company.
Then, the show started.
Guest speakers came up, and the crowd got into it, but just like any concert, people were there for the main event.
Ron Paul walked on stage, and if you weren't paying attention, you'd think it was one of the Beatles during the height of Beatle-mania.
I was cautiously optimistic about Paul. I was very intrigued by his 2008 campaign way back when. But I went in with an open mind, and didn't want to be persuaded by anyone else besides Ron Paul.
I have to tell ya. Mission successful on his part.
|Gotta love a press pass|
Essentially, he wants to follow the constitution down to the T. Putting very few rules and regulations in place, so that you're the only person who's in charge of your destiny. Um....YES PLEASE!!!
He didn't bash anybody, well, except for the Federal Reserve. Paul just stuck to his points, and just talked. No script, no prompter, just all off the cuff.
Now I don't consider myself a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or anything else. To be honest, I don't even know what the hell I'd consider my viewpoints.
I do know what I personally stand for, and that I want what's best for this country.
So if anything. As of right now, I guess I'd consider myself a Ron Paul supporter.