Ron Paul Suspends Active Campaigning in Future Primaries; Will Continue Delegate Strategy

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Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul announced Monday that his campaign will no longer spend money on future nominating contests due to lack of funds.

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    @JC Be careful what you say! The eyes of Texas are upon you! As the old slogan goes, "Don't Mess with Texas"......big mistake!


    One thing is for certain. Texas is not going to be dictated to by a radical Government and that includes the one in office now! By the time Obama gets thru with you .... You will be begging for Texas or anyone else to come rescue your ignorant ass.


    Typical clueless and ignorant comments (which is not a surprise) coming from and out of Texas.


    Ron Paul is an Historian. Someone who understands freedom and the constitution. He wants Obama out of office as much as anyone does and when the time comes he will support Romney and proceed in taking our country out of this Communist Administrations hands. How the voters could have bought into this rhetoric is amazing.


    That's too bad Ron Paul's campaign can't get the financial support of the big corporations and big banks like Romney and Obama...but then, of course, he'd be a sell out, like Romney and Obama.

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