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Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) will only serve the US Congress for a few more weeks, but victories for the congressman’s allies this Election Day suggest the libertarian lawmaker’s revolution might not end just yet.
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The Pauls, Sr and Jr are decent politicians among crooks lobbyists. Hope they succeed
Revolution? Funny how the right wing steals concepts from the left to legitimize their goals. The word Revolution describes a series of political, social events under a common ideology by the masses in favor of the masses for a new social order, or one that wasn't in power before. The manifest of the revolution must differ on fondamental issues from the previous status quo. Ron Paul and Cie are just right wing, they have no ideological bone to pick with capitalism and they don't represent the working class. The term
«Revolution» is incorrectly used. Paul is for a tightening of the system, he's not against it.
@richard crooks...i prefer freedom.
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