ABC News: This Week With George Stephanopoulos: Ron Paul (2012)

Ron Paul Interview on ABC's 'This Week'

Source:ABC News– U.S. Representative Ron Paul (Libertarian, Texas) talking to ABC News.

“Despite third place Nevada finish, Ron Paul vows a long campaign battle.”

From ABC News

Ron Paul, is 2012, running for President in a party that still had a very young and developing conservative libertarian faction in it. And never had a blizzards chance in South Florida of ever winning the Republican nomination for president.

Remember, the 2012 presidential race, was between Flip Flopper (I mean Mitt Romney, but we all know why Mitt is called Flip Flopper) and a big government Christian-Conservative (so-called) in Rick Santorum, who spent sixteen years in Congress voting in favor of big government and higher debt and deficits. At least while he was in the Senate and especially after George W. Bush became President in 2001.

2016, can be different for Ron’s son Senator Rand Paul who will now have a growing and more mature and bigger conservative libertarian faction behind him. And the opportunity to combine his father’s positions on civil liberties and personal freedom and keeping Federal power in check and even shrinking it. While at the same time develop a national security and foreign policy that doesn’t try to have American policing the world on its own. But doesn’t turn the rest of the world off either. That listens too and works with our allies. A conservative internationalist foreign policy in the mold of Ronald Reagan.

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