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The Ron Paul Moment

The current issue of The American Conservative looks at the man who won’t be forgiven for being right.

Ron Paul is easy to overlook. He takes the stairs; he does not have an entourage. You can’t hear him coming because he’s wearing plain black tennis shoes. In a bag he carries a can of soup that he will heat for himself in the microwave in his office. Beneath pictures of Austrian economists Frederick Von Hayek and Ludwig Von Mises, he will eat his lunch alone and in peace.

I plan on spending a number of future posts discussing why I think Ron Paul might be the right man for the conservative nomination, and the country.

Read the full article here.

HT: Mike

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