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Bill Hicks- "The Voice of Reason" (Bill for Ron Paul 2012?)

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Published on May 28, 2012

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Bill Hicks (1961-1994) was a legendary American comedian who's comedy challenged audiences and has inspired many since his early death in 1994. Like all true geniuses, Bill's work was not fully appreciated in its time but has become more recognized as his musings are realized as prophecies. He predicted with precision the rise of American Fascism and the police state. His comedy provides early warning of the changing tide in America which few had the insight to observe.

In this segment, taken from "Rant in E-Minor" Bill discusses the Waco, Texas incident where 54 adults and 25 children in the Branch Davidian Compound were murdered. Bill argues that the murders were deliberate, committed by an out of control police state that uses the power of propaganda to convince its people of its innocence.

In this context I pose the question, if Bill were alive today, would he support Ron Paul? I would think so, but of course no one can know that. I would not attempt to speak for the dead, especially one whom I respect so much as Bill. But I the connections that one can draw are powerful and deserve some serious thought.

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