4,300 supporters flood streets ignoring rain to see Ron Paul speak in PhiladelphiaSubmitted by Angel C on Sun, 04/22/2012 - 16:04
On Sunday, Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul's supporters took to the streets of Philadelphia by the thousands in the rain to declare their love for liberty and the "Champion of the Constitution". The 12-term Congressman from Texas had thousands expected to attend the Philadelphia rally for Phreedom 2012 on the lawn at Independence Hall, rain or shine.
2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul drew a remarkable 4,300-plus voters to a major campaign rally he held on the Independence Mall in Philadelphia despite poor weather conditions that would have kept supporters of other candidates away.
Event organizers noted that, despite the inclement weather, supporters and undecided voters greeted the 12-term Congressman from Texas with the characteristic enthusiasm for which his crowds are known. It had rained all day and with chilly temperatures to boot, many attendees responded that they were cold, uncomfortable, and feeling poorly. And yet, the people perservered for Paul.
Also noteworthy is that the campaign event took place in the footsteps of America’s modern founders, who conceptualized, advocated for, and created a modest federal government of the kind Ron Paul has been promoting for more than three decades.
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THESE NUMBERS ARE DIRECTLY FROM RON PAUL 2012
Also, I need more pictures! Please email me if you were there! Sussexcountyangel@live.com
Not a vid, but 80 image slideshow (Examiner stops me at 50)