The Freedom to Worship as We Want

By Ron Paul

I find it troubling that the voice of faith is increasingly censored and resented by our society. It is God who gave us life. As He is free, so are those He created in His image. Our right to life and liberty are inalienable.

I have accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Savior, and I endeavor every day to follow Him in all I do and in every position I advocate.

I am running for President of the United States because I believe that our traditions and way of life are under attack from an out-of-control federal government and reckless politicians who show no regard for what our Founders entrusted to our protection.

America became the greatest nation in human history because a dedicated band of Patriots believed their God given rights were worth fighting for, even if it meant challenging the world's most powerful nation in what many deemed a "hopeless cause."

Being free meant so much to our forefathers that they put everything on the line - and thousands sacrificed their lives - to give the promise of liberty to not only their children and grandchildren , but to generations they knew they would never even meet.

Their courage and determination guaranteed they would defy the odds and achieve victory.

In this critical election you and I must decide if the principles of limited government and personal freedom, including the freedom to worship as we want, are worth fighting for once again.

Ron Paul, a congressman from Texas, is a candidate for the Republican nomination for president.

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