Or, at least, get the concept down. We remain on track to 'tip' this country into another dimension - the one where our Constitution still rules.
Obviously, we need to follow up Dr. Paul's campaign by selecting like-minded candidates for other offices. However, even without that - even if he came into office without a single member of Congress specifically pledging loyalty to him (unlikely) - you can bet that most Congress-critters would think ten times before too overtly crossing him. Ron Paul winning the election would mean there really is a rEVOLutionary force out there capable of toppling major powers, and it will mean that people of this country (at least those who matter in an election) really do want a Constitutional government.
Anyway, your question was doubtless mainly rhetorical - just to get the conversation going. But don't make the mistake of thinking what we are doing is MAINLY about electing a President; it is MAINLY about turning over the apple cart of Statism and endless government growth.
The REAL responsibility for results lies not with Dr. Paul but with US. Think global, act local.
Bill of Rights /Amendment X: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
Do you need a politician or judge to "interpret" those 28