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Ron Paul ‘skeptical’ over change following Romney’s ‘tepid’ Republican Convention speech

  Ron Paul ‘skeptical’ over change following Romney’s ‘tepid’ Republican Convention speech Washington, Sep 1 : U. S. Representative for Texas''s 14th congressional district Ron Paul has said that Mitt Romney's convention speech has left him "very skeptical" over the fact that the county's economic policies could change in the near future.

"The speech is what I would expect. I remain very, very skeptical of hearing anything that will change the course of history. We have a debt problem. We have a spending problem, but how many things did he list to cut?" Politico quoted Paul, as saying.

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Republican Ron Paul to end active prez campaigning owing to insufficient funds

Republican Ron Paul to end active prez campaigning owing to insufficient fundsWashington, May 15 : Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul will end active campaigning for the White House due to insufficient funds.

According to the BBC, Paul will also not campaign in states yet to hold primaries.

Paul has taken the decision as campaigning for the election would require millions of dollars, which he does not have, his campaign said.

However, the Texas congressman will continue to try to win delegates awarded at forthcoming state conventions.

Paul has 104 delegates, behind Mitt Romney''s 966, with 1,144 delegates needed to secure the nomination.

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Flawed U.S. foreign policy contributed to 9/11 terror attacks: GOP contender Paul

Flawed U.S. foreign policy contributed to 9/11 terror attacks: GOP contender PaulWashington, Nov 21: Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has said flawed American foreign policies led to the 9/11 terror attacks on New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.

"Just remember, immediately after 9/11 we removed the base from Saudi Arabia. So there is a connection. That doesn''t do the whole full explanation, but our policies definitely had an influence," the CBS News quoted him, as saying.

"You talk to the people who committed it and those individuals who would like to do us harm, they say, ''Yes, we don''t like American bombs to be falling on our country,” Paul added.

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Texas congressman fears US’ next occupation will be of Pakistan

Texas congressman fears US’ next occupation will be of PakistanWashington, May 19: Texas congressman and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has said he thinks that the United States is going to occupy Pakistan.

Calling the relationship between the US and Pakistan an "impossible situation," Paul told MSNBC that he sees an occupation of even greater scale than Afghanistan on the horizon.

"I see the whole thing as a mess, and I think that we are going to be in Pakistan," Politico quoted Paul, as saying.

"I think that's the next occupation and I fear it. I think it's ridiculous, and I think our foreign policy is such that we don't need to be doing this," he added.

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US should have informed Pak about Osama raid, says Ron Paul

US should have informed Pak about Osama raid, says Ron PaulWashington, May 16 : US Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas) has refused to back down from his earlier comments about Osama bin Laden, saying the Obama administration should have relied on the Pakistani government to arrest the killed al-Qaeda leader and turn him over to U. S. authorities.

"Why are we having trouble with the Pakistani government, why are we stirring up a civil war in Pakistan? It''s because we''ve been bombing it," Paul said on "Fox News Sunday," Politico quoted him, as saying.

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Who Wins, Who Loses Vermont? – Check Out The Recent Polls

Clinton_Obama_Fight_For_Delegates_In_VermontSen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama have really intensified their verbal attacks on each other, as the D-day – Decisive Day, 4 March – is approaching near.  

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Hutchison Endorses, But Ron Paul Says No To McCain

Sen._Kay_Bailey_HutchisonTexas: The Republican presidential hopeful, John McCain got yet another boost to his campaign on Monday when Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas endorsed his presidential candidacy.

Hutchison told that McCain had called her over the weekend and asked if I would campaign with him in Texas. “I am very pleased to do so," Hutchison said.

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