Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Ron Paul Statement on Washington, Louisiana and Kansas Results

New press release from the Ron Paul campaign on how voters are clearly not satisfied with the crazed McCain:

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – Republican presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul issued the following statement regarding the results of Saturday’s Republican contests:

“As the results of this weekend have made clear, many Republican voters are not satisfied with our party’s likely candidate for president, John McCain.

“Voters rejected him in Kansas and Louisiana. Even in Washington State, where McCain appears to have won a plurality, over seventy percent of voters felt another candidate better represented them, including 21 percent who caucused for me.

“This is why my run for the Republican nomination will not end. The principles I stand for – limited government, non-interventionism, respect for individual rights, and strict adherence to the Constitution – have a long and proud tradition in the Republican Party.

“As long as my supporters continue to support my campaign, I will not leave Republicans who have yet to vote without the ability to choose a candidate who holds these fundamental Republican values.”

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