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Is Tulsi Gabbard getting the Ron Paul treatment from the DNC?

Back in March of 2007, it seemed like Ron Paul was the ideal candidate for the Republican party to succeed George W Bush. He was a veteran of the US Air Force, a licensed doctor, had over two decades of experience in Congress, and was one of the few Republicans who voted against the Iraq War, which damaged Bush’s reputation in his second term as support for the war plummeted. 

More than that, Paul had a consistent track record of acting on principles rather than toeing a party line, and those principles were more in line with the ideas put forward by stalwart Republican icons like Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan than even Bush himself. So Paul announced his campaign for president, hoping to bring his long-held libertarian beliefs to the mainstream. 

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