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Declared 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Representative from the State of Texas

Ron Paul

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul


Paul position on the Budget

• Ron Paul believes that nations and empires inevitably end due to financial reasons.

• He believes that the U.S. should live within its means and pay down the deficit.

• Paul think that the longer the government delays the true depth of the recession, the worse it will be.

• He would give up the American empire to reduce debt without sacrifice.

• He thinks spending should be based on the Constitution. If all spending had to be justified by the Constitution our spending would be drastically reduced.

• He says we cannot afford the wars in the Middle East.

• He says that we’ve come to accept debt and we shouldn’t; we should strive to get the country out of debt and never spend more than we take in.

• He does not believe that government should bail out private enterprise nor seek to control it. Such acts have ruined our budget.

• Ron Paul supports a Balanced Budget Amendment and on-budget accounting.

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