Does this mean I plan on voting for him?
Hell no. I quit voting.
Got better things to do with my time than register and stand in line on election day to carry out a symbolic gesture that really amounts to nothing but reaffirming the status quo of our Brave New World Order and it's current trajectory.
Yes, I support Ron Paul and his "End the Fed" platform.
But I also believe we would be best served if Newt Gingrich were to become the GOP candidate to face Obama in '12.
If Ron Paul is exactly who he portrays himself as - a strict constitutionalist and avowed enemy of the federal reserve system - a legit electoral win by him will only end up with the good Dr. sharing the fates of JFK and Lincoln: those who control the fiat currency cartel system will never allow a substantial challenge to their monopoly on manufacturing debt-based money for their profit and our servitude.
I want Newt to be the candidate, because I believe his candidacy would wake up a hell of a lot more people to the reality that our "two-party" political system is nothing more than a charade designed to divide and conquer the masses. He's got plenty of baggage that would make many Social Conservatives stay home in disgust, or perhaps wake up to the truth of our so-called "two-party" system.
In either case, it really doesn't matter.
See, whether Obama or Gingrich "win" the presidency, their victory really represents the only true party in today's system: the Council on Foreign Relations party.
Now just exactly who are the primary founders of the CFR? Why, it appears to be the same folks who helped found the Federal Reserve system.
From John D. Rockefeller Jr.'s Wikipedia page:
"...crucially funded the formation and ongoing expenses of the Council on Foreign Relations and its initial headquarters building, in New York in 1921."
From Newt Gingrich: Cashing In On His Political Connections
Every administration since Woodrow Wilson has staffed their major cabinet positions with members of the CFR, and Newt Gingrich has been right there since 1990 as one of their most articulate and distinguished members and spokespersons. He was already a member of the CFR for five-years before he became the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
We either vote for the CFR Donkey candidate or the CFR Elephant candidate. In either case, we end up with a CFR President and the CFR agenda continues as it always has.
Vote for change?
Not possible when your only available options all come from the same place.