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Wow, Ron Paul is personally worth $2.2 Million

This is what happens when you work hard as an OBGYN and buy lots of gold when the Fed artificially priced it at $35/oz. Good for him! (Wish I did the same)


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Ron Paul

Is worth BILLIONS to this country!

Give us clear vision, that we may know where to stand and what to stand for - because unless we stand for something, we shall fall for anything.
~ Peter Marshall, US Senate Chaplain 1947

Now they need to store up

treasures in Heaven , where they cannot lose, time is short.

Pelosi is far more sumptuously wealthy than Dr. Paul

Pelosi is far more sumptuously, fabulously wealthy than Dr. Paul, and most people on planet earth.

All the poor and needy in the inner cities must be pleased she's in the pit fighting for them every single waking hour~

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"

jaseed's picture

That aint much

when you consider he delivered 4,000+ babies :-)

“The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time: the hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.”

– Thomas Jefferson

He is also a best selling author.

Don't forget that he also is an author. How many best selling books has he authored? It certainly helps in the wealth department.
When you have great ideas they spread like wild fire.

Actually I don't think Ron Paul makes very much if anything

from his book sales. I think the proceeds go the a foundation that Dr. Paul set up, the FREE foundation if I remember correctly. All the books are very reasonably priced too, so I bet there's not too much profit margin anyway. However there have been a ton of copies sold so it probably adds up.

I remember a while back there was some scandal where Newt was getting big signing bonuses for book writing contracts. Dr. Paul probably wanted to avoid any appearance of impropriety and decided to give the money to the foundation which would put it to good use.

Dime a Dozen

A million ain't what it used to be.

It's less than 95%.

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