'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Rep. Ron Paul rewarded thousands of his presidential campaign supporters with a rally in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday, vowing that with their help, his small government, anti-war libertarian message will continue after he retires — no matter who occupies the White House come January.
One way to measure Rep. Ron Paul's ascendance as a political player is to compare the cold shoulder he got from rival Republican presidential candidate John McCain in 2008 with the cozier embrace he has received from 2012 presumptive nominee Mitt Romney.
Could President Obama's re-election campaign be overmarketed and overpackaged in the trite era of political "likability"?