Ron Paul ads released, talk about his Economic Plan and being Consistent (Videos)

By on Oct 21, 2011 in International, Politics, United States Comments

Texas Representative Ron Paul launched two new ads campaigning his bid as 2012 Republican presidential candidate, as shown in the videos below.

Ron Paul 2012 ad
Image Credit: Ron Paul Twitter

As noted at on Thursday, October 20, 2011, these Ron Paul ad campaign videos will start running immediately in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada.

According to the report, the first ad titled ‘Plan‘, which a 30-second video, explains Mr. Paul‘s balanced budget plan to voters, which is to cut $1 trillion from the federal budget in a single year.

Apparently, Paul‘s plan is to eliminate five cabinet level departments, end all US foreign wars and aid, as well as to cut taxes which he claims to be creating more jobs.

“The absolutely positive reception of Ron Paul’s ‘Plan to Restore America’ means we’re obligated to meet an even higher standard of outreach and discussion,” Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton was quoted on the website.

“We thought it only right to follow with a worthy campaign advertising effort. No other Republican candidate’s economic plan matches that of Dr. Paul‘s.” Benton added, who is also the co-author of ‘Plan to Restore America’.

On the second ad, which a 60-second video titled ‘Consistent‘, Ron Paul compared his record of principles with the records of his opponents Herman Cain, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, and noting that US President Barack Obama is a failure.

“I’ve been talking about these issues for a long, long time – we are bankrupt and we must decide which way we are going to go,” The 76-year old 2012 presidential aspirant said in the video.

Earlier, Ron Paul released two ads that talked about his stand against abortion and his views on national defense. He now has a donation of around $2.24 million via his campaign website.

Ron Paul Ad – Plan
Video Credit: RonPaul/YouTube

Ron Paul Ad – Consistent
Video Credit: RonPaul/YouTube

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