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Big Leagues - Ron Paul Called up in 1976

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GREAT article! Thanks!

I've known about RP's historic home run - but this is a terrific article - thank you! Bookmarked.

What a guy.



He also has a 235 bowling average, and is a champion snooker player. :)

Paul is a real athlete

When he was in High School he not only was on the wrestling team but he ran track. He would run a couple of miles to school every morning instead of take the bus and he was a major track star in his state. He won the state championship in the 220-yard dash and ranked No. 2 in the 440-yard run in the state of Pennsylvania. In fact, He was so good, that he had beaten a boy who later went on to run at the Olympics. He had gotten a scholarship for track but because of a knee injury he had to turn it down. So what did he do? He turned his physical therapy for swimming into joining his college swim team. Then you know he started biking and still bikes today. He strikes me as an all around athlete so the fact that he was a good ball player seems to mach that assessment.

Paul is a cool guy in so many ways

this amazes me, he is awesome, but

they say he should run third party, but he is playing for the Republicans in 1976. Get a clue you MSM moronic a**e*

STOP asking our candidate if he is going to run third party. Ask Santorum who could not make it on the ballot in 5 states or Gingrich who is not on in at least 3!

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