A diverse crowd of four thousand students, veterans, and families showed up to see Congressman Ron Paul at Chico State on Tuesday. Over an hour before the scheduled start time, hundreds of onlookers had already packed the memorial plaza at the university. As Paul climbed the stage, the crowd erupted in cheers – cheers that resonated over and over as Paul spoke of ending wars, restoring the Fourth Amendment, protecting personal autonomy by pulling the government out of the morality business, and rebuilding a monetary system built on a solid currency. Paul graciously shook hands with supporters and kissed a few babies before wading through the throngs to his SUV, where his wife, Carol, waited for him.
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Full video from Chico, CA.
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