Monday, February 1, 2016

Ron Paul spreads message of liberty for son Rand

-Kim Norvell
IOWA CITY, Iowa — On the eve of the first-in-the-nation vote, former Texas congressman Ron Paul made a final push for liberty, saying it’s the only thing that “can bring people together.”

The three-time presidential candidate appeared in front of one of his son’s larger crowds in Iowa. He encouraged voters to ignore the polls and “send a message” on Monday that an “irate minority” can make a difference. Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul, Ron’s third child, sits at 5% in Iowa, according to the latest poll.

“Once the ideas of liberty become weak in our hearts, that’s the only time tyrants can become successful,” the elder Paul said. “But the good news is, the love of liberty is growing by leaps and bounds.”
(continue)(Students greet him with chants of “End the Fed!”)