Thousands rally for every one of Ron Paul’s speeches in Texas.
Thousands of chanting, cheering supporters flooded the University of Texas campus to show Ron Paul some love Thursday night, undaunted by the prospect that the Texas congressman is a long shot for the GOP presidential nomination.
There is more to winning than victory at the polls, Paul told the crowd, which broke into occasional chants of “President Paul.”
“I’m convinced a revolution is going on. It is an intellectual revolution,” Paul said.
“It is going to be difficult, but it is always glorious to have success. And we will have success,” he said. “Regardless of what happens next week, next month, November — the spirit of this revolution is not going away.”
Mitt Romney will most likely be the nominee but that doesn’t mean we should make it easy for him. Most Ron Paul supporters aren’t so short-sighted as to believe that this is merely about the primary. This is about a revolution and Paul’s supporters are in it for the long-haul.