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Ron Paul Iowa Ads: We Got ‘Em (Video)

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Dec/15/2011
Ron Paul Iowa Ads:  We Got ‘Em (Video)

Ron Paul is going strong in Iowa and many believe he can take that state in its Caucus a few weeks from now. 

His ads are slick and they are airing virtually nonstop throughout Iowa.

From the Washington Post:

The man behind Ron Paul’s ads, Jon Downs, has helped Paul become a serious contender with solid poll numbers well above his previous run at the Republican nomination. As Jason Horowitz explained:

Back in July, Republican ad man Jon Downs met with fellow veterans of George W. Bush’s 2000 campaign at a local IHOP for their quarterly professional catch-up.

“He said, ‘Unbeknownst to you guys, I’ve been working and I’ve signed with Ron Paul,’ ” Scott Douglas, a Republican political operative and Downs’s first boss in politics, recalled. “And my mouth dropped.” Douglas said others in the breakfast crew “twitched and laughed” and “rolled their eyes.”

The Texas Congressman is a strong advocate for one's right to gamble online in the United States.  Gambling911.com has interviewed Dr. Paul on multiple occasions. 

Let’s take a look at some of these videos…

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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