It’s the latest on the GOP presidential race with the latest from Iowa.
After last night’s GOP presidential debate many are hopeful about Ron Paul being elected president. Many believe that Ron Paul’s views are very different from the mainstream, but now his message is resonating with a lot of Americans. Nick Hankoff, a grassroots activist, tells us why the US has hope.
Last night the GOP presidential candidates went head to head in a debate. Many of the issues plaguing the US were talked about but one voice emerged over the rest. Ron Paul was given a lot of air-time to make his points which some people have complained about. Is a new era of political thought around the bend? Kristine Frazao is in Iowa to tell us more.
Ron Paul scores big in Iowa as Cory Adams, Story County GOP chair, endorses his presidential bid.
Today President Obama is meeting with the highest ranking lawmakers to discuss the on-going issue of the debt ceiling. One person who won’t be there, however, is Texas congressman Ron Paul – he is away on his first official presidential campaign, and in his latest ad in he gives his answer to the great debate over debt. Paul has said “no” to the question of raising the debt ceiling time and time again. To talk more about it, L Randall Wray, a professor from the University of Missouri, joins RT’s Kristine Frazao.
President Obama and Vice President Biden have just had yet another meeting with top lawmakers hoping to reach an agreement about the debt ceiling. One of those absent from the meeting, but who doesn’t agree with Obama’s suggestion, was Ron Paul, a congressman from Texas. Yesterday he exchanged some heated remarks with Ben Bernanke over the way Congress and the Fed have dealt with some of these problems during the last three years. Rep. Paul also asked Bernanke about what he sees as an important fix to some of these economic woes – gold. To talk more about the issue RT has Scott Carter, CEO of Goldline.
Representative Ron Paul decided he won’t be running again for Congress, and instead he will focus his efforts on his presidential campaign. The news is important for many reasons: last year Paul won his seat with more than 80 percent of the vote in his district and would almost certainly enjoy another victory in 2012 if he doesn’t win the Republican nomination for president. The polls aren’t exactly showing him on top, but has has been continuing to make a name for himself so far this election cycle. So despite the naysayers, Representative Ron Paul seems to think the Republican nomination for president could be in his grasp. Ron Paul explains his decision to RT’s Kristine Frazao.
Ron Paul has thrown his hat into the race for the 2012 presidential election, marking the third time that the Republican congressman will vie for the role of commander in chief. After two failed bids, why should Americans look toward Paul this next time around? Trevor Lyman is an activist in favor of Paul, and he says it is the politician’s stance on the principles of what makes America great and his devotion toward the Constitution that make him the perfect candidate for the country today.
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