This is apparently Texas U.S. Representative Ron Paul’s last campaign for President — unless, of course, he defeats both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama this year, in which case this writer will publicly apologize for saying so, if I can still be heard over the din of the rain of talking and dancing frogs with human faces that will mark the End Days — so it may be your last chance to see the most famous libertarian politician of modern times stumping for higher office when he appears at 7 p.m. tonight — May 2, 2012, for those of you getting to this late — at Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Stadium. (I sure hope that they open the concession stands!)
You can get into the event with a free voucher available here.
Paul is currently in third or fourth place in most polls behind candidate Mitt Romney and one or two candidates who have dropped out of the race, but if he has any states where he might still be expected to take a big chunk of delegates, California and Texas would figure to be among them. Or so I presume. No one in the media seems to be paying a lot of attention anymore. Still, how often does an event like this come along? Now that Gary Johnson appears to be picking OC’s Judge Jim Gray to be his Libertarian Party running mate, we’ve got about a month left of Ron Paul and people might as well make the most of it.
Paul stands for a philosophy of … oh, why bother? It’s Orange County — if you’re at all disposed to attend this event, you already know what he stands for! Have fun tonight, libertarians!