WorldNetDaily names Ron Paul as ‘Man of the Decade’
After decades of unwavering abidance to his oath of office and the US Constitution, the website WorldNetDaily (WND) named Texas Congressman Ron Paul as their “Man of the Decade” Thursday.
Perhaps no one in modern political history has been a more principled voice for individual freedom, limited Constitutional government, civil liberties and a sound monetary policy.
WND rightly describes Paul as “taking no prisoners and abiding by no political party dictates while trying to push America back to the ideas of its Founding Fathers regarding privacy, responsibility, limited government and freedom.”
After decades of consistent preaching of sound money, he brought the mysterious Federal Reserve out of the dark and made their money manipulation a common political and economic topic everywhere.
Even though Dr. Paul was an elected representative in the US Congress for 20-plus years and ran for president three times, WND says, “Perhaps, though, the most prestigious title Paul earned was “Dr. No,” reflecting his stalwart commitment to the principles of liberty which he advocated by refusing to vote for legislation that went against the Constitution. He described this position on his website by stating that he “will never vote for legislation unless the proposed measure is expressly authorized by the Constitution.”
Dr. Paul will retire from the Congress at the end of this term.