Ron Paul Endorses Young Americans for Liberty
The following is a letter from Ron sent to more than 300,000 Campaign for Liberty members on December 2, 2008 endorsing Young Americans for Liberty.
This past presidential season I saw a renewed enthusiasm from our country’s youth.
An excitement for liberty gripped the college campuses unlike I have ever seen before. Young people were energized for real change.
Still to my amazement, our college rallies attracted thousands of young people. Students are hungry for the message of freedom, peace, and prosperity.
For this reason, a youth-based movement for liberty is essential to our cause. It is these young men and women who will become tomorrow’s champions of liberty.
That’s why I am giving my enthusiastic endorsement to Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), an organization that is built directly on the success of Students for Ron Paul.
My National Youth Coordinator, Jeff Frazee, is launching this organization with an ambitious goal of starting over 100 campus chapters in 2009. They have already started 47 chapters this semester.
Jeff worked with me exclusively to start the Campaign for Liberty (C4L) and host the Rally for the Republic in Minneapolis. Now, he is leaving to follow his real passion and lead Young Americans for Liberty.
The Campaign for Liberty has supplied $25,000 in seed money to help start YAL. I hope you will join in support as well.
Young Americans for Liberty is the continuation of Students for Ron Paul.
Students for Ron Paul established over 500 college chapters in all 50 states. Over 26,000 students joined our campaign. With this network and my support, Young Americans for Liberty is essential to building a genuine liberty movement in America.
You and I must remain serious about our ideas and goals. I am. I believe you are too.
Back in the 1960s, an influential youth movement formed around another anti-establishment presidential candidate. His name was Barry Goldwater. The organization was called Young Americans for Freedom; and without it, we may have never seen Ronald Reagan in the White House.
I have high hopes for Young Americans for Liberty, and wish them a similar fortune.
Please visit the Young Americans for Liberty website, sign up for their weekly E-Newsletter, and read about their plans for next semester.
Their website is at www.YALiberty.org.
The importance of YAL to the future of liberty cannot be overstated.
Young people have the passion, energy, and dedication that many of you can relate to from this past year and a half. But, young people do not have very much money. It is up to you and me to give them our support.
So please go to Young Americans for Liberty’s website www.YALiberty.org, sign up for their free E-Newsletter, and read about the future of our youth.
P.S. - Join me today to continue the Revolution on campus. Please visit the Young Americans for Liberty website www.YALiberty.org to read about their mission and join their effort.