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Paul Sylvester.<br />
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"Mainly I would love to see us come together to build this system that works for the people, that allows them to have jobs that make sense, that allows them to have their basic needs met.  I want to see our ideas coming on to the ballot and people voting for them without corporate personality slandering those votes until they become meaningless pieces of paper.  This organization should never die, should never be satisfied with what they offer as a solution.  There should be no reason why people don't join up in the middle of a city to discuss problems as a community.  There should be no reason why we should turn on a television and expect somebody else to tell us about it.  We should be talking to each other.  This is something almost baffling that it's never been established but I've never been happier in knowing that it is being established right now.  We're all seeing the support from the community.  America wants us to succeed.  And it's powerful.    <br />
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A lot of the people seem to think that we choose this lifestyle as a result of laziness, unwillingness to work.  We need to be understood as people that are helping the community, not helping ourselves.  It needs to be understood that we're here because they can't be here.  We're the ones cold at night, we're the ones that are going to get rained on and snowed on and we're not going to complain about it because this means more to us than anything we can imagine doing.  I really hope that when people watch the news and hear that we're communists, we're anarchists- I want them to know that we are not doing this for the label of a government.  We're doing this so that the people can come together to establish what they want for a government.  The only thing that is going to allow us to succeed is support by the people.  If we do this on our own we're going to be left with exactly what we had before, which is a government that doesn't support the people.  And none of us want that."

Paul Sylvester.

"Mainly I would love to see us come together to build this system that works for the people, that allows them to have jobs that make sense, that allows them to have their basic needs met. I want to see our ideas coming on to the ballot and people voting for them without corporate personality slandering those votes until they become meaningless pieces of paper. This organization should never die, should never be satisfied with what they offer as a solution....
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