Congressman, Senator or President? Ron Paul Discusses His Political Options

Bookmark and Share In a recent interview, syndicated radio talk show host Alex Jones talked with Texas Congressman Ron Paul about the Congressmans political future. Will he be running for reelection to Congress? Will he seek to replace retiring Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison? Or will he use 2012 to run a third campaign for President of the United States?

Below is a video clip of that interview. In it, Alex Jones gushes with a level of praise so profuse, that Congressman Paul can hardly get a word in edgewise, but in between Jones attempt to make the decision for the Congressman, Ron Paul offers a sincere description of his thinking process and the stage he is currently at in the decision making process.

Paul also promises that no matter what he does, he knows that he cant imagine himself not being actively engaged in the cause in one way or another.

Despite the Congressman’s remarks, recent reports claim that Ron Paul believes a presidential run is his most viable option. Of course for him, it is more viable than most. Unlike most others in the House, he would not have step down from his seat in Congress. Texas law permits him to be on the ballot both as candidate for the for the presidential nomination and the House of Representatives. Most others have to choose between one or the other.

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