Ron Paul Strongly Considers 2012 Presidential Run: Report

The problems the US is facing right now are to big to manage, even with Ron Paul as President, …

Ron Paul 2012 – Can you Hear us Now?

… but Ron Paul is the only well known politician out there that knows how to get America out of the Greatest Depression.

He is the only one that will really bring the troops home …

Unlike Obama bin Bush:

“I will promise you this, that if we have not gotten our troops out by the time I am President, it is the first thing I will do. I will get our troops home. We will bring an end to this war. You can take that to the bank. “
Barack Obama Campaign Promise – October 27, 2007 (Video)

and will abolish the private Federal Reserve bank.



Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) with his son Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), October, 2010.

Before Sarah Palin, there was Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) whose name in a blog headline could generate a googol of Web clicks. Here’s hoping his Internet magic hasn’t worn off.

Paul, a libertarian who opposed the the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars and continues to call for an end to the Federal Reserve, is apparently considering another run for the Republican presidential nomination. If he decides to run, it would be his third presidential rodeo.

Of course, now Paul would have to compete for media attention with his son Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), the new junior senator from the Bluegrass State, who is no ordinary freshman senator in terms of how much spotlight he’s drawing.

Fox News reports:

Texas Congressman Ron Paul “is strongly considering a run [for president] in 2012 and is currently assessing his prospects,” according to Jesse Benton, Senior Advisor to Rep. Paul’s Campaign for Liberty organization. This news comes on a day when we’ve also found out Paul has accepted an invitation to speak in Iowa next month.

The Family Leader, a new conservative activist organization, sent out a news release this morning announcing Paul would participate in the organization’s “presidential lecture series.”

Ed Reinke/ASSOCIATED PRESS
February 8, 2011

Source: NPR

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