Ron Paul may be the greatest American since the days of real men and our Founding Fathers. There isn’t much the guy says that a real patriot cannot disagree with. In fact, at the moment, I cannot think of anything. He wants real freedom and strives to expose tyranny on a daily basis. He is the spiritual advisor and leader to those of us who want to end the tyrannical Federal Reserve. He helped contribute to the mass awakening of the people in this country and he is the best candidate we have for president as far as I am concerned. Granted, Gary Johnson and Herman Cain are a very close second.
Paul may have lost the primary in 2008 but 2012 may be different. He hasn’t announced that he will be running yet, but one can only hope and pray that he does. I don’t generally pray but for Ron Paul, I would. Ron Paul’s story is an interesting one and one that I feel is worth sharing, because even with the huge support he has from real American patriots, many don’t know the man, the myth or the legend.
Ronald Ernest Paul was born on August 20th 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to warriors Howard and Margaret Paul. As a child he had to grow up fast, as his father taught him warrior skills in an effort to prepare him for what would be a future filled with epic combat, strong leadership and survival.
During his breaks from his father’s intense training, young Ron would sit with his mother and engage in other types of skill building exercises. Margaret Paul focused on training and preparing Ron’s mind. She taught him extensively in every subject that she could jam into their time spent together. Ron, as a young teen, could easily conquer any Rhodes Scholar academia could throw at him. To this day, many Rhodes Scholars, like Rachel Maddow, carry a strong disdain for Ron Paul, as he destroyed the greatest members of their elite program.
Ron Paul’s physical mastery benefitted him well when he attended Dormont High School in Pittsburgh. As a member of the track team, he became the state champion of the 220-yard dash. His physical skills combined with the power of his mind, made it very easy for him to get into Gettysburg College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. He followed that up by conquering the Duke University School of Medicine: walking away with an M.D. During this time he married Carol Wells, whom he would later have five children with.
In the 1960’s, Dr. Paul joined the United States Air Force and became a flight surgeon. It was during this time that he discovered a massive conspiracy that he would vow to expose and destroy. The conspiracy that he uncovered surrounded the Federal Reserve, or just simply, the Fed.
During his time in the USAF, Dr. Paul was assigned to a secret project where he would be a flight surgeon for astronauts returning from a secret mission. He was unsure about where these men were coming from, as space exploration was seemingly new in the eyes of the public and as far as anyone knew, we had never been to the Moon.
While attending to the astronauts, Dr. Paul began to put together some of the pieces to the puzzle, as astronauts like to talk and brag about their adventures. Dr. Paul concluded that these men had returned from a secret mission on the Moon. His theory became a harsh reality when the last astronaut he checked over, seemingly drunk from an all-night bender, arrogantly gloated about how he had been to the Moon and witnessed the birth of great monsters. This astronaut wasn’t even an astronaut; his name was William McChesney Martin, Jr. For those who don’t know, Martin was the Chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1951-1970. Accidentally, Martin left behind classified documents, which Dr. Paul took and read. The documents were labeled “The Lunar Dragon Project”. In those documents, Dr. Paul discovered that the U.S. government had cloned and grown dinosaurs on the Moon.
Within 24 hours, Dr. Paul was arrested, as the government realized that the documents went missing and backtracked them to Paul’s office. In an effort to silence him forever, Ron Paul was sent to the Moon in a capsule.
Once there, the locked capsule was taken by crane to the center of a huge lush jungle in what looked like a massive bio-dome. The capsule door released and Dr. Paul was alone, surrounded by thick foliage. Not knowing much about his strange surroundings, he decided to walk and look for a way out. As he trekked across the dense jungle, he came across giant footprints in the mud. He then realized that the government did truly clone dinosaurs and that he wasn’t alone.
Not long after that, Dr. Paul heard sounds coming from the bushes around him. The strange noises sounded like weird birds but the breaking sticks under their feet told him that they were something much larger than a typical bird. The stealth creatures tracked him for a good hour or so before Dr. Paul heard the bushes brush aside behind him. He quickly turned and was pounced on by a velociraptor. Two other raptors came running out of the bushes as well and Dr. Paul knew that if he didn’t act fast, that he would not survive the encounter.
Dr. Paul grabbed a sharp broken branch next to him and quickly stabbed the raptor that had him pinned. The sharp stick went into to raptor’s chest. As it reared back in pain, Dr. Paul freed his legs and with both feet, stomped the stick another two feet into the raptor’s chest. The dinosaur, in agonizing pain, thrashed around violently, causing the other two to back off and reanalyze their attack. The lead raptor fell dead as Ron Paul got to his feet and stared the other two down.
One of the raptors lunged at Dr. Paul but he quickly jumped behind the carcass of the dead dino. The attacking raptor snapped its jaws, barely missing Dr. Paul but chomping into the arm of his dead brother. The bite ripped the dead raptor’s claw off from the wrist and Dr. Paul seized that opportunity: grabbing the claw. Before either raptor could strike again, Dr. Paul ripped a hanging vine from a branch overhead and quickly used it to strap the severed raptor claw to his own hand.
Dr. Paul then pounced on the closest raptor and clawed its throat out. It gargled and gasped for air but quickly fell: dead. The last raptor circled Dr. Paul angrily, waiting for the perfect moment to pounce him. It then slashed with its tail, knocking Dr. Paul headfirst into the mud. The raptor went airborne but Dr. Paul rolled out of the way as it landed in the mud. Dr. Paul then slashed with his makeshift claw at the raptor’s ankle, slicing its Achilles tendon. The raptor cried out in pain as Dr. Paul jumped to his feet and uppercut the beast’s head clean off. Exhausted, Dr. Paul collapsed and rested but not for too long.
After a few hours of walking, Ron Paul came to a shed. Inside he found body armor, crossbows, knives and explosives. He quickly loaded up. As he was exiting the shed, he saw a map that had the layout of the massive complex. He discovered an exit point and the landing platform. He figured that if he could make it there alive, there might be a craft that could get him back to Earth. The exit wasn’t that far away, so Dr. Paul decided to run for it.
Within five minutes of leaving the shed, Dr. Paul was swarmed by seven more velociraptors. He used knives, swords, arrows, a few handguns and his skills. The raptors were no match for a fully armed Dr. Ron Paul. Waves kept coming and waves kept dying. Within a few more hours, Dr. Paul had made it to the boundary of the jungle and found the exit door.
As he was trying to reroute power to the door and hack the system, he heard a thunderous noise behind him, which shook the very ground he was standing on. Dr. Paul turned and found himself face-to-face with a Tyrannosaurs Rex.
Without hesitation, Dr. Paul pulled back and socked the T-Rex right in the jaw. The monster didn’t even flinch and he chomped at Dr. Paul. Moving out of the way, Dr. Paul dodged the attack. The force of the T-Rex sent its head threw the door. The T-Rex panicked, as its head was stuck. Dr. Paul tied a piece of dynamite to a knife and lit it. He then lodged the knife into the T-Rex’s neck and took cover. The dynamite exploded and the T-Rex roared and fell limp. Dr. Paul drew his sword and cut a man-sized hole into the side of the T-Rex’s neck. He crawled in and then exited the creature’s mouth, into the corridor that led to the landing pad.
Dr. Paul didn’t find a spacecraft on the landing pad but he did find experimental power armor with jet boots that he surmised could get him back to Earth. Dr. Paul put on the armor and left the Moon. The path back to Earth was treacherous, as genetically enhanced space pterodactyls continually proved to be tough foes. In the end though, they all fell to Dr. Paul and his power armor.
Back on Earth, Dr. Paul decided to stay quiet about what he really knew and decided that he would have to destroy the Federal Reserve through legislation. The government agents that kidnapped him never messed with him again, as he agreed to not fully expose them for the safety of his family. However, after further research, Dr. Paul discovered that the Fed had created the dinosaurs to attack Earth if ever they were exposed. In 1972, Dr. Paul secretly conspired with the Grey Aliens and had the secret Moon base destroyed. The Federal Reserve was furious, as their dino army was no more. Rumor has it though, that a few space pterodactyls survived and still roam the cosmos.
As the years passed, Dr. Paul became a congressman for Texas and raised his children. He spoke out about tyranny and was very vocal about the evil Federal Reserve. In 1987, President Ronald Reagan appointed Alan Greenspan as Chairman of the Federal Reserve. He would prove to be a great rival for Dr. Paul but after nearly two decades of bitter debates and failure to convince Dr. Paul and his followers that the Federal Reserve was a power for good, Greenspan stepped down: defeated.
In 2006, President George W. Bush appointed Ben Bernanke as Chairman of the Federal Reserve. Bernanke is still Chairman today, even though he is even more unconvincing than Alan Greenspan. Bernanke isn’t as intelligent as Greenspan or a worthy challenger for Dr. Paul but those weaknesses are balanced out by his pure evil.
Today, Dr. Ron Paul continues his fight against the Federal Reserve. Finally, congress seems to be waking up as they just promoted Dr. Paul to the position of Chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee. Dr. Paul has said that he will audit the Federal Reserve, which is the greatest news ever.
Ron Paul may also run for president again in 2012. He ran in 2008 and set the political world on fire, as he challenged the very fabric of every candidate’s campaign: exposing the tyranny, the bullshit and opening American eyes in the process. Paul also ran for president in 1988 under the banner of the Libertarian Party, the greatest political party in the history of the world. Paul is now officially a Republican but his libertarian ways have stuck with him nonetheless.
It is a dark day in America but Dr. Paul and now his son, the other Dr. Paul, are helping to lead the masses towards the light at the end of the political tunnel. If the beast of tyranny rears its ugly head, Dr. Paul will lob it off with grace and ease.