The Internet is changing completely the way that a campaign can be run. There is now a way for the truth to reach the electorate and as a result the electorate are much more educated than politicians in Washington are used to.
(PRWEB) December 16, 2007
It may seem ironic that England is celebrating the Boston Tea Party today but freedom and hope for the world can bring about extraordinary changes.
Camelot Castle in England has released a song today in support of Ron Paul and his campaign to become the next president of the United States. The Song "Inner Truth" and its YouTube clip reached the number one spot on YouTube in the UK the first day of its release on the Internet and is now rising in the international charts.
This powerful song can now be heard and the clip seen at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQpeldFJG_Y
In the words of one Ron Paul supporter on U Tube.
"First time I cried in God knows when"
The message from Camelot Castle, England is clear. "There are those in the international community all over the world who are hearing Ron Paul's message loud and clear and many of them want to help and see Ron Paul in the Whitehouse." The songwriter and composer John Mappin was interviewed on Press TV's News show "The Agenda" yesterday about Ron Paul on and the international effect that his message of freedom and hope is having on the US political landscape.
"The Internet is changing completely the way that a campaign can be run. There is now a way for the truth to reach the electorate and as a result the electorate are much more educated than politicians in Washington are used to."
"Thank god that U Tube and Google have made this possible!"
"In Ron Paul we are looking at a man of integrity. That is something very fresh for the US electorate and it is something that they are responding to"
"What occurs in US politics is not just the responsibility of the US, for we are all subject to and affected by US foreign policy decisions."
"Ron Paul's integrity and his vision is what is needed to set the US back on the road to greatness and the international community owes him a great debt for bringing to light the issues that his campaign has brought to the fore."
"The Round Table at Camelot Castle was one of the earliest philosophical Icons of Freedom and Democracy and it is very appropriate that we use our voice now to alert the world to what Ron Paul is in a position to achieve."