Ron Paul

Ron Paul to Congress: Honor Constitution on Every Issue in 2013

by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D., The New American  |  published on January 2, 2013

Dr. No is about to go — home to Texas.

Before he does, however, the sometime presidential candidate and all-the-time defender of the Constitution, Ron Paul (R-Texas), has some parting words for his congressional colleagues.

On his official House of Representatives website, Paul published what he calls a “New Year’s Resolution for Congress.”

“As I prepare to retire from Congress, I’d like to suggest a few New Year’s resolutions for my colleagues to consider,” Paul writes.

First, Paul, the unrepentant and unwavering constitutionalist, encourages lawmakers carrying on in Congress to “consider the strict libertarian constitutional approach to government in 2013.”

There is little debate as to the 12-term congressman’s libertarian bona fides. It is his refusal to vote in favor of any measure not authorized by the Constitution’s enumerated powers that earned the former obstetrician the nickname “Dr. No.”

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