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Presidential Candidate Ron Paul Delivers PASSIONATE Speech at UC San Diego on May 4th, 2012

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Published on May 5, 2012

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Music: Ron Paul Revolution Theme Song by Aimee Allen (played at the event over public address) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aimee_Allen

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul delivered a highly energetic and passionate speech during his climatic last stop in California at UC San Diego on Friday, May 4th, 2012.

A range of topics were covered included tolerance in society, non-violence, compassion towards others, the free speech issues of today, and a peace through trade foreign policy citing historic and present day examples.

Touching on the cornerstone of his monetary policy, Dr. Paul explained how current economic policies hurt the purchasing power of the middle class, how to solve the inflation issues of today, and how freedom can bring people together to create prosperity.

Dr. Paul's two campaign trips to California have attracted over 25,000 citizens of all different cultures, ages, beliefs, political parties, and backgrounds. His supporters were also there to help ensure citizens who want to vote for Ron Paul can do so in the upcoming closed Republican primary by registering as Republican before the May 21st, 2012 deadline.

The June 5th, 2012 California Republican primary will have Ron Paul facing Mitt Romney in an epic conclusion that has been five years in the making and spanned across two Presidential election cycles. The eventual winner of the Republican state primaries will go on to face current President Barack Obama in the 2012 General Election.

You can learn more about 12 Term Congressman and Presidential Candidate Ron Paul at http://ronpaul2012.com

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"Let no one say this never happened. It's happening; you just don't see it on television or read about it in the paper." John P. Slevin / WinLiberty http://www.winliberty.com

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