Ron Paul speaks at UCLA - Draws over 7000 people

Thursday, April 5, 2012

LOS ANGELES, April 5, 2012 — Ron Paul spoke at UCLA last night, and several thousand people showed up to create a scene that made Beatlemania seem tame. No one would have guessed that this man is trailing in all the presidential race polls.
From an event standpoint, the speech at UCLA was a complete success. Dr. Paul knows how to galvanize people. But during his fifty-or so minute speech, not one minute was spent talking about the presidential race, which leads to a very important question that must be asked.
If Dr. Paul can inspire such large, passionate crowds to hear him speak, why has he never won a single presidential contest?
The lines were like those at a rock concert, stretching for long blocks of the campus to enter the Straus Stadium at the Los Angeles Tennis Center (LATC) where Dr. Paul was speaking. The campaign promoted the event as a Town Hall, not a campaign rally.

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