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Chief Washington correspondent James Rosen looks at the Paul campaign.
My theory as -- people vote from their bellies and in this.
When he twelve cycle a 76 year old libertarian twelve term Texas congressman has found a hunger among wide swaths of the GOP electorate.
For his quirky populist style and limited government message we should have the lowest taxes we've ever had an up to 1913 it was 0%.
Had lots of bad about.
Be sure Ron Paul has drawn scorn from his -- okay.
Saying things that are inaccurate and false you're asking could it constitutionally be done -- and ask your constitution -- here.
And from the party faithful maybe we ought to consider a golden rule in and foreign policy.
Don't -- to other nations.
Get with is young and singularly fervent supporters and his vaunted ground operation.
Paul has captured 21% of the vote in Iowa 23%.
In New Hampshire and 13% in South Carolina.
And those people yeah they they hear Ron Paul's message in the showing up to vote for a I think it's.
I think it's -- really Iran for people just to say it means nothing and it's -- another fluke and it's just a -- vote in all of that.
Anybody above 10%.
All the way up to 20% some caucuses and primaries you need to pay attention to.
And I think it's very important that we reach out to those young people in his supporters.
And give him a role on the convention speech or whatever else it takes to keep him happy.
And that is just what Newt Gingrich seemed to be doing after the former house speaker one's -- -- You have doctor Ron Paul.
Blue on the issue of money and the Federal Reserve has been right for 25 year.
Congressman Paul has largely conceded Florida and is instead chasing votes in caucus states like Maine Nevada and Colorado where campaign aides believe the strength of their field organization.
Can make a real difference.
In Washington James Rosen Fox News.
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