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Millennium generation choosing Liberty

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Today, the Town Criers took to the streets on a Friday afternoon and encountered a substantial number of millennium generation persons on St. George Street, in the historic district of St. Augustine Florida.

For many of these young people, their political interests started with the Ron Paul campaign. The GOP leadership has consistently rejected the Libertarian ideas that former Republican Congressman Ron Paul embraced. His consistency over the years was greatly respected by this generation, who are desperately seeking the truth.

They are disillusioned with the Republican Party because of the treatment that Ron Paul received at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Still others who supported Obama and the Democrats joined in because of Obama’s numerous failures, most notably Obamacare, and the burden that the progressives have placed on this generation. “I believe that the Tea Party is the natural place for these young idealistic people.The assault on our freedoms will stop when we return to Constitutional values,” a millennium aged Town Crier said.



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