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Ron Paul And The Future Of The Republican Party

by @ 7:45 pm on May 16, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Ron Paul

There is one candidate running for the Republican nomination for President who not only speaks the rhetoric of individual liberty, limited government, and the idea that the Constitution means what it says and should be respected by all branches of government, he also actually believes what he says and has voted that way all his career.

His name is Ron Paul and he has almost no chance of winning the nomination or even a single primary.

If that isn’t a testament to the proposition that the libertarian wing of the GOP is dead, I don’t know what is.

Originally posted at The Liberty Papers

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2 Responses to “Ron Paul And The Future Of The Republican Party”

  1. Korey K says:

    Ron Paul is actually doing very well with fundraising, and got second in the Fox News debate.

  2. adam says:

    ron is the only candidate that is actually a patriot and cares for the people. he has my vote.

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