Ron Paul is the only Republican that I will vote for in the 2012 presidential election.

Ron Paul is a very strong Christian who is capable of separating his religious beliefs from his understanding of liberty, to a degree above the rest of his party. He is the only federal politician in DC who has consistently stood up for the Constitution and liberty.

Fortunately for Americans, Paul has managed to cherry-pick the libertarian aspects of Jesus out of the Bible, and recognizes the importance of liberty to the human individual.

I am not worried that he will slip into the murky waters of the deep, brown tea.

Dr. Paul has shown us that he can work with Barney Frank, whenever Frank falls on the side of liberty.

I would rather have 100% of my Federal Reserve Notes taxed, than to have Michele Bachman as our president. Social conservatives, like her are anti-liberty, and Johny-come-lately, whining, cry babies.

The deep, brown tea party is full of murky, dangerous ideas, right out of the bronze-age.

Ron Paul is in favor of a new idea called “liberty”, an idea that is not much older than Darwin. The experiment, is a political one, and therefore is imperfect, but would be self-correcting, if the authoritarians would stop interfering.

In order for the experiment of liberty to work, we need everybody to be permitted to own their bodies and the fruit of their labour.

The Constitution is the compromise! The authoritarians have proven to us time and again that they do not know what they are doing, when it comes to foreign or domestic policy. They have no plan or practice that defends liberty.


Telepathy Verses Cell Phones

Why are some people so interested in telepathy? We already have cell phones and they work fine for just about everybody. If telepathy works (which I doubt), then only very few people can make use of it anyway, and even those people more than likely have cell phones of their own so they can contact their friends that do not have telepathic abilities!

Suppose scientists discover telepathy is real. Chances are pretty good that the telepathic signals are normally very weak, otherwise they would be much easier to detect and telepathy would have been both discovered and confirmed by now. This means, for the general public to take advantage of telepathy, they will more than likely need to purchase some sort of telepathic amplifier gadget from AT&T, Apple (the iPathy?), or some other company, and the service will probably be more expensive and less reliable than ordinary cell phone service.

Meanwhile, there is already much research in neuroscience on devices that work with thoughts alone. For example, there is a paralyzed man who uses thoughts to move a cursor. In other ten or twenty years, perhaps everyone will be able to use their thoughts to activate wireless communication devices, including cellular or other technology. We could even be sending mentalmarks to other people within the next couple decades.

It almost seems like there is some sort of bias by many spiritual people against electromagnetic waves, ordinary energy and ordinary matter and in favor of so-called supernatural forces or objects. This bias does not make any sense. Suppose God really does exist (which I doubt), then surely God created electromagnetic waves, atoms and all the rest. If God created telepathic energy, where is the evidence that it is something God favors over everything else? If God exists and made everything, why did he make ordinary matter so much more obvious to us than all the so-called spiritual or supernatural stuff? Why belittle stuff that God made so obvious? Why do some spiritual people assume that any supernatural forces exist even if it is true that God exists? If supernatural forces do exist, for what reason is there to believe that these forces are superior to any of the natural forces that we already know exist in the ordinary material world?

I personally think atoms and rest of the material stuff we observe in our universe is extremely amazing and wondrous. We ought to enjoy the world that we are living in right at the moment! We should enjoy all that we can see, hear, taste, touch, and smell with our five ordinary, natural senses.

If supernatural objects or forces do exist, there is no reason to believe they are especially important or useful either to humans or to God. If God exists, perhaps he, she, or it is made up of ordinary atoms or ordinary energy or both. Perhaps the supernatural stuff is the wasteful toxic bi-product of the Creation and that is why God keeps it hidden from us in the first place. Furthermore, the iPathy device, if it ever exists (which I doubt), will probably turn out to cause brain cancer, mental retardation, or worse!


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