Ron Paul Revolution, Not Over Yet
On Monday, April 28, while on CNN Monday Morning, Republican Representative Ron Paul of Texas, who was one of the few candidates left before Senator John McCain of Arizona, said that the revolution is not over. Ron Paul has given the indication that he continues to run for the United States presidency. He said that he will not let the Republican Party stop him.
While McCain is the presumed GOP nominee, Paul never officially dropped out. Paul explains that his views are the traditional values of the Republican Party. So far, Paul has given the indication that he would not support McCain because of major differences on issues. The one main issue that the two differ on is Iraq. So far, Iraq has been the main platform of McCain.
In that respect, McCain said that Iraq will either make or break his candidacy.
He criticized Democratic frontrunners Senator Barack Obama of Illinois, Senator Hillary Clinton of New York, and the presumed GOP nominee Senator John McCain of Arizona that if elected to office, they all would continue the same policy. The Republican Party has much to fear from the Ron Paul Revolution that has been making waves since the Nevada Caucuses. During Nevada’s Republican Convention, supporters of Ron Paul managed to bring it to a stalemate.
Recently, it was revealed that since the last 7 Democratic contests that the number of newly registered Democrats was diverse and very large. Those newly registered Democrats came out from all walks of life. This is a result of the prolonged Democratic contest between Clinton and Obama
The number and diversity of the newly registered Democrats and the Ron Paul Revolution, things do not seem to look good for the GOP and its presumed nominee, John McCain.
Ron Paul has made it clear that he is still in.