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Ron Paul Went From Candidate to Movement in Just One Election Cycle

Love him or hate him, Ron Paul has been more relevant in this election season than Obama and Romney, regarding a clear vision for change and recovery for America.

And though the former governor of Massachusetts, and CEO of private equity firm Bain Capital, is now the official Republican presidential nominee the ideas espoused by the Texas libertarian Congressman during his 2012 presidential run are the ones taking hold of a new generation of young liberty lovers, who are now turning their attention away from a media-dominated horse-style presidential race -- that many believe offers a false choice between two members of different parties but the same status quo.

Instead, "Paulbots," as they are derisively called by Democrats and the establishment wing of the Republican Party, are now identifying and targeting the real issues that are affecting our country; namely, what they say is the overreach of the Obama administration regarding the Federal Reserve and its recently enacted quantitative easing (QE3) -- dismissed by many as yet another stimulus/bailout of the bipartisan economic policies that have failed America during the last several decades.


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PREPOSTEROUS. How about movement puts Ron Paul

into public awareness in just 50-odd years of libertarianism coming into it's own?

Ron Paul didn't start a movement, the R3VOLUTION branded Ron Paul.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.