|Paul Has Run the Race|
He even changed his mind about the Death Penalty, where as the Libertarian candidate for President, he supported capital punishment, he since then rescinded his support for the terrible measure.
Ron Paul is fiscal discipline with a capital "F. D." Sadly, his insistence received no assistance in Congress. His following, however dutiful across the country, was as deep as the Mariana Trench, yet as wide as a micrometer. Such diligence cannot delegate, let alone style itself a "revolution."
|Rand His Son Will Take His Place|
Ron Paul had a sound, though controversial fiscal policy of cut, cut, cut. Now if only his supporters would cut their incendiary insistence on rallying around the man. He lost the election. He gathered very little support during the GOP primaries. He fared terribly even in the caucus states, where he commanded very little support.
Paul's message is not lost, and his impact will be felt for years to come, starting with his Junior Senator son Rand of Kentucky, who is pushing "Right to Work" legislation while demanding a thorough audit of the Fed. Unlike his House bound father, Rand Paul is connecting with legislators from both sides of the aisle, making deals instead of just dealing out libertarian truth to an illiberal political class. His purpose, his prowess, deserves all the attention. Father Ron has run his race. Now his troops must get in line behind Romney, stop Obama, diffuse the tax bomb about to drop January 2013, and get this country back on track.