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Uploaded on May 13, 2011
Today, Congressman Ron Paul made it official. He's running for President, again. But while he's long been considered a fringe candidate, could this time around, be just right? With the country reeling from an economic crisis, a housing bubble that imploded, and weary of fighting non stop wars, opinions are definitely shifting. But what will be the biggest obstacle for Paul? His libertarian ideals, that in some respects, seem rather radical for average Americans? Or the GOP establishment, that's hell bent on keeping the status quo? Alyona and Mike Riggs Associate Editor at Reason Magazine discuss.