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“I’d credit the Internet, wouldn’t you?”

Posted by: on Jun 11, 2007 | No Comments

Andrew Sullivan notes that Ron Paul’s campaign has raised a lot of money since the debates — going from just under half a mil to perhaps $5 mil, which puts him neck and neck with John McCain. That would allow him to compete across the nation, state by state. Speculation is that this surge has something to do with his principled antiwar stand.

That’s great news for his campaign in the short term, but I am not sure his platform is going to be popular — abolishing the Department of Homeland Security is one thing, abolishing the Department of Education is quite another.

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