I'm a Ron Paul Girl





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Uploaded on Feb 7, 2011

"I'm a Ron Paul Girl" composed and sung by Chloe Wead, edited by Joshua Feldhake.

In the GOP debates of 2007 and early 2008, the economy was hardly mentioned but again and again Ron Paul kept bringing up the subject. When a debate centered around how long American troops should stay in Iraq Congressman Paul quipped, "How are we going to pay for it?" And once more brought the discussion back to the impending financial crisis.

The worldwide recession, triggered by the collapse in value of derivative products based on American home loans led to the crash of Lehman Brothers in September, 2008. The world markets reached bottom in March, 2009. Today, once again, Dr. Paul is a lone voice, this time warning against the collapse of the dollar.

In the year 2008, the economy was great,
Only one man could see the coming fall.
They ridiculed his age, laughed his views across the stage.
That one man was the congressman Ron Paul.


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