Ron Paul, defender of the Constitution, could win it all
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Ron Paul, defender of the Constitution, could win it all

Arlington : VA : USA | May 02, 2012 at 6:10 PM PDT
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Ron Paul supporters and #ONH rally in front of Newt Gingrich's Manchester HQ (Raw footage)


Newt Gingrich ended his campaign for the presidency only hours ago. This is exciting news for Ron Paul supporters. Many Tea Party people were behind Newt and Santorum which should now see that Paul is the only real conservative left standing. Mitt Romney’s position is so closely aligned with President Obama’s that it looks like a mirror.

In all the GOP debates Romney refrained from attacking Paul, in fact he referred to him as the “defender of the Constitution” and after the past two administrations the Constitution could use some protection. Did Romney conclude that it would eventually be Paul and himself vying for the nomination? Did he see it in a vision?

Dr. Paul’s followers are the most educated, loyal, devoted to the cause because they see this as a choice between liberty and government dominance. Tea Party people and true Occupy Wall Street people should be eager to jump on board because this is their only opportunity for smaller government, accountability, and all the other tenets that got them started.

True Tea Party people have to see that Romney fails every candidate test. The Occupy people that have not had their minds hijacked by the union forces and held onto their original thinking for smaller government and accountability should be huge Paul fans; he even wants the wars to end.

Weighing all these factors, the grassroots, underground movement could decide on the next president of the United States.

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