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Ron Paul Ends Presidential Race

Ron Paul Ends Presidential Race, Starts a New Campaign for Liberty

Wall Street Journal
June 13, 2008

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Rep. Ron Paul ended his presidential campaign Thursday night, but the maverick Texas lawmaker who spurned a political movement vowed to continue his efforts through a new organization, the Campaign for Liberty.

Paul’s exit from the race was just a formality. He never had a shot at the nomination but his grassroots candidacy cultivated national interest and was fueled by an online fund-raising operation of small donors who saw promise in Paul’s political message. A video of his farewell speech Thursday night has been viewed nearly 600,000 times.

The Texas lawmaker is hoping that base will transfer to his new political effort, whose mission is to elect more libertarian-minded candidates, like Paul, to office. “We’ll make our presence felt at every level of government, where just a few people with our level of enthusiasm can make a world of difference. We’ll keep an eye on Congress and lobby against legislation that threatens us,” Paul writes on his new site. “We’ll identify and support political candidates who champion our great ideas against the empty suits the party establishments offer the public. We will be a permanent presence on the American political landscape. That I promise you.”

Paul will also be holding his own convention, of sorts, during the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn., in early September. A Sept. 2 rally is in the works at Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota where Paul hopes to attract 11,000 attendees.

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Ron Paul: ‘I don’t plan to endorse John McCain’

Raw Replay
June 17, 2008

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer talked to Ron Paul about a rally his has planned in the same city as the Republican convention. Paul told Blitzer that his rally would pose a philosophical challenge to the Republican’s convention.

Paul told Blitzer that he had no intention of supporting John McCain. Paul said, “I don’t plan to endorse John McCain unless he changed his views on the war and was interested in the Federal Reserve and all these other things, which is not likely to happen.”

This video is from CNN’s Situation Room, broadcast June 16, 2008.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=0oHIx3SX1yU

 

Ron Paul: Talks, not with Iran

http://youtube.com/watch?v=AgOO-88Uv4U

’Wash Post’: Viva Revolution! Understanding the Ron Paul Phenomenon
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/thefi..volution_understanding.html

Ron Paul: Pelosi Pulled Iran Bill on Orders of Israel
http://www.nationalexpositor.com/News/1250.html

 


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