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"Ron Paul: My Campaign is 'Doing Quite Well'" - Great Article by Brian Doherty

By Brian Doherty, author of the forthcoming book Ron Paul's rEVOLution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired
Opposing Views | March 27, 2012

Ron Paul, presidential candidate, still in the news. Some of the latest items of interest:

*Paul hopes for good, expects bad, from the Supreme Court as it judges the constitutionality of ObamaCare this week, as Huffington Post reports:

Paul said on Bloomberg Television that he believed the court would not overturn the law.

“I suspect they're going to rule it constitutional, but that is a big guess out of thin air,” he said according to The Hill, explaining, “this Supreme Court is slightly better than in the past, [but] they haven't done a real good job in defending the free market and the original intent of the Interstate Commerce Clause.”....

Paul said that if the Supreme Court were to support the law, it would "be a real tragedy."

*Paul pushes back against Piers Morgan when he asks him why he's still in the race...

Link to Full Article at Opposing Views

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This article contains many recent pieces and narrations about Ron Paul, and is very positive and energizing! I definitely recommend reading it in its short entirety. Let's win this thing!!!

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A strong finish ahead

And now when the "winner takes all" half of the campaign starts, Grinch and Santa will soon drop out. And then Ron Paul supporters will stand up against the no longer interested mass media. This race could show a strong finish!

Great article! Thanks!!!!

Great article! Thanks!!!!

Ron Paul is first GOP

Ron Paul is first GOP candidate to appear on Ballot in all 50 states.


Ron Paul is quietly, humbly winning

This is agreat piece and I'm sending it to Drudge.

I'm anxious to get some definites.

I want to see a list of states in which Ron Paul has the majority of delegates. I know these results can be projected but I'm leery of dirty tricks to derail the Paul juggernaut. I want to see a definite arrival at the destination.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.