Ron Paul Revolution is televised with new country anthem ‘Stand Tall with Ron Paul’ by Tom Staley

A new Ron Paul Revolution country song with a memorable melody, good marching beat and very inspiring lyrics has come out of California last week, confounding the accepted lame liberal notions of the late 60s proto rapper Gil Scott Heron who was famous for only one idea, that ‘the revolution will not be televised.’

That weak supposedly seditious idea was easily co-opted by the Democratic Establishment not long after Scott Heron’s recent death.

They hailed him as some sort of prophet, which he certainly wasn’t.

The new Revolutionary song is called ‘Stand Tall with Ron Paul’ by Tom Staley who has a gravelly voice reminiscent of the late great American country music giant Johnny Cash.

Staley’s catchy new song is used as the soundtrack for a new video available at the Daily Paul, which can be found linked in the comments section here at the CCC Weblog (gregoryhartnell.wordpress.com).

The video clearly shows how much the Ron Paul Revolutionaries love this wise old man of peace, who was visiting the Reagan Library.

The Ron Paul Revolution is certainly being televised these days, notwithstanding what Gil Scott Heron said forty years ago, in a way that will no doubt make the warmongering Globalist stooge President Obushama and all of his mincing minions quiver.

The timeless principled ideas of the good Peace Doctor Ron Paul are bullet-proof’ and the truth is his only weapon, as his fellow Texan friend, Infowars.com Austin broadcaster Alex Jones constantly asserts.

Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell, Historian

Concerned Citizens’ Conspiracy

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