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Ron Paul tells 1,500 in Boise the health care bill is a 'disaster'


Crowds cheered former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul's claim that "the revolution is alive and well in Idaho," in a speech Saturday at the Morrison Center that at times took on the feel of a revival meeting.

Americans, he said, have misunderstood the definition of "rights," which are God-given and include "life, liberty and the right to keep the fruits of our labor." Those rights include neither education nor health care.

"Amen!" came a voice from the crowd.

That crowd included perennial political candidate Pro Life, a group wearing buttons that read "Charter Schools are Statist," and the Collett family that lives near Marsing. Kelly Collett brought her 10 children to see Paul.

"We bought our tickets

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