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The Revolution
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Genre: Biography , History , Non-Fiction , Philosophy , Politics
Series: missing
Ratings: ★★★★☆
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
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ISBN: 9780446540353
   
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Summary

There is no doubt that Ron Paul has become the enchanter of the disenchanted, but the best way to understand him is to take a quick look at his voting record. He has never voted to raise taxes. He has never voted for an unbalanced budget. He has never voted to raise congressional pay. He has never taken a government-paid junket. He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch. He voted against the Patriot Act. He voted against regulating the Internet. He voted against the Iraq war. In fact, Congressman Paul's consistent voting record prompted one of his congressional colleagues to say, "There are few people in public life who, through thick and thin, rain or shine, stick to their principles. Ron Paul is one of those few." Operating from a unique strain of libertarian republicanism, Ron Paul's beliefs are refreshingly logical, even if you disagree with his principles. He is a Republican in the truest sense of the word, not at all what that word has grown to represent. At a recent Republican debate, the candidates were asked if they would go to war with Iran. All of them bumbled on about consulting lawyers, the cabinet, and their delegates. Ron Paul, outraged somewhat, stated quite simply, "This idea of consulting attorneys just baffles me. Why don't we just open up the Constitution and read it? You're not allowed to go to war without a declaration of war " This is his call to arms for a nation that needs to change, but doesn't know how. Barry Goldwater defined a conservative in the 1960's, and with this manifesto, Ron Paul redefines it for the modern day.