Ron Paul Is the Anti-Politician

Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

One of the
most thrilling memories of the 2012 campaign was the sight of those
huge crowds who came out to see Ron. His competitors, meanwhile,
couldn’t fill half a Starbucks. When I worked as Ron’s chief of
staff in the late 1970s and early 1980s, I could only dream of such
a day.

Now what was
it that attracted all these people to Ron Paul? He didn’t offer
his followers a spot on the federal gravy train. He didn’t pass
some phony bill. In fact, he didn’t do any of the things we associate
with politicians. What his supporters love about him has nothing
to do

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