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Ron Paul was “roundly critical” of Ronald Reagan’s economic policie’s

Posted by chip91 on August 5, 2007

This is from an article that was written by David Beiler in June of 1996.

“Paul had been the first major officeholder in Texas to back Ronald Reagan’s challenge to President Gerald Ford in 1976, and led the Texas delegation to the national convention that year. But by 1988, he had become disillusioned by the massive deficits racked up by the Reagan Administration and was roundly critical of the president.”

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2 Responses to “Ron Paul was “roundly critical” of Ronald Reagan’s economic policie’s”

  1. John Campbell said

    So what you are saying is that Ron Paul supported the smaller government that Ronald Reagan promised before he became president, but not the huge deficits he delivered after he became president. Sounds good to me.

    I think Ronald Reagan would have made a far better President in 1976 than he did in 1986. Toward the end I think the Alzheimers was already kicking in.

  2. Danielle said

    Ron Paul is the best. Nothing you do will change anyones mind about that. They are paying you for nothing

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