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I Miss Ron Paul

In the coming months and years, I expect and I hope that we will carry out the wisely laid plans of Dr. Paul: namely, continuing to expand our influence within the GOP until, some day in the not so distant future, we have a good chance of actually changing the course, and saving this country. And I am not discouraged by Ron's immanent retirement from politics, and I see many new faces who can help lead us toward this bright future. But...I miss Ron Paul. I miss the uplifting feeling that I used to get from hearing his speeches. I'm feeling reflective at the moment, reflecting on how fortunate we are, in the grand scheme of things, to have had such a man come along at this particular juncture in history, to relight the spark of liberty. So, for old time's sake, for your viewing pleasure:


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One Of A Kind !

I have been reading and now listening to Dr. Ron Paul since the 1970's, and the American people are losing a great statesman, when he retires from public life !



DJP333's picture

I miss him too

I just love listening to this guy speak!

Ron Paul's Words of Warning From 1983 to 2008:


The Tampa speech this August was amazing for me, great end to his political career. I especially liked the end from 57 minute mark:


"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

By the way...

...I recently came across this old (late 80's?) interview with Ron Paul that I had never seen before.


And another one, where Ron is reflecting on his Presidential campaign on the Libertarian ticket in 1988.


"Alas! I believe in the virtue of birds. And it only takes a feather for me to die laughing."