Ron Paul: He Is One Of Us Not One Of Them!–Videos

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Ron Paul: Dollar Goes Down – Gas Price Goes Up 

“The Black Swan” author Nassim Taleb Cheers Ron Paul’s Economic Platform on CNBC 

Amazing Ron Paul Rally at Kansas University 

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Woodrow Wilson Won Democratic Presidential Nomination on 46th Ballot–Will Ron Paul Be The Black Swan Republican Nominee?–Videos

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United States presidential election of 1912  

“…The United States presidential election of 1912 was a rare four-way contest.[1] Incumbent President William Howard Taft was renominated by the Republican Party with the support of its conservative wing. After former President Theodore Roosevelt failed to receive the Republican nomination, he called his own convention and created the Progressive Party (nicknamed the “Bull Moose Party”). It nominated Roosevelt and ran candidates for other offices in major states. Democrat Woodrow Wilson was finally nominated on the 46th ballot of a contentious convention, thanks to the support of William Jennings Bryan, the three-time Democratic presidential candidate who still had a large and loyal following in 1912. Eugene V. Debs was the nominee of the Socialist Party of America.

Wilson defeated Taft, Roosevelt, and Debs in the general election, winning a huge majority in the Electoral College and 42% of the popular vote, while his nearest rival, Roosevelt, won only 27%. Wilson became the only elected president from the Democratic Party between 1892 and 1932. He was the second of only two Democrats to be elected president between 1860 and 1932. This was the last election in which a candidate who was not a Republican or Democrat came second in either the popular vote or the Electoral College and the first election in which all 48 states of the continental United States participated. …”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_1912

10 Bull Moose Party, 1912 Campaign

“The Black Swan” author Nassim Taleb Cheers Ron Paul’s Economic Platform on CNBC

RON PAUL HAS GOT THE BIGGEST CAUCUS!

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