Ron Paul’s message in 1996

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“Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force Officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need him fighting for our country.”

Ronald Reagan – Former President

“This courageous and quiet Congressman has made a worldwide name for himself as the defender of liberty in this country… a persistent fighter for the reduction of the power of bureaucrats everywhere… and one politician who cannot be bought by special interests.”

Maxwell Newton — The New York Post

“Ron Paul has a record of philosophical consistency unmatched in recent congressional history. He seeks to limit government at practically every turn. His refusal to compromise is legendary.”

– Wall Street Journal

“I strongly support Ron Paul, We very badly need to have more representatives in the House who understand in a principled way the importance of property rights and religious freedom.”

Milton Friedman – Nobel Prize Economist

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I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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2 Responses to Ron Paul’s message in 1996

  1. Pingback: University Update - Ron Paul - Ron Pauls message in 1996

  2. Joel Lemieux says:

    I use to have compassion for individuals who were “brainwashed” by the likes of “Rudi McRomney” and cousin “Freddie”… However, now I can only feel sorry for them..

    Leadership is Action Through *Example Not Position…

    (It is not a position of power nor being in the right place at the right time, neither define leadership).

    It is defined by setting the example through taking action on such Leadership Traits as Truthfulness! Honesty! Fidelity!

    Ron Paul Has Acted Admirably On All These Leadership Traits:

    Truthfulness first and foremost Then: Principle, Integrity, Honesty,* Fidelity (to their oaths), Honor, Virtue, Compassion, Courage, Vision, Wisdom and Faith.

    http://leadership2008.bravehost.com

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