Ron Paul Thesis

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Ron Paul was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Gettysburg College and Duke University School of Medicine. Before being admitted into college he served as a flight surgeon in the U.S Air Force during the 1960s. Ron Paul progressed in his life with his wife, Carol Paul; they moved to Texas as Ron furthered his career in the field of obstetrics/gynecology. During his practice he has delivered more than 4,000 infants. Ron Paul and Carol Paul have five children and 17 grandchildren. When Ron Paul took office in Congress during the late 1970s he was determined on two measures; pro-life and pro-family. Dr. Paul constantly voted to lower or even abolish federal taxes, spending and regulation. At one time he even used his House seat to actively promote the return of government its proper…show more content…
Recalling his personal observation of a late-term abortion performed by one of his instructors during his medical residency, Ron Paul stated, “It was pretty dramatic for me to see a two-and-a-half-pound baby taken out crying and breathing and put in a bucket.” Ron Paul stands very firm in his stance of pro-life. He believes that protecting life is a symbol of protecting liberty. If the people of the United States cannot simply do that than how can we protect our freedom? However, Ron Paul believes that if making abortions illegal he knows that woman will be irrational and still get abortions under unsanitary conditions that would endanger their lives as well as the baby. If Ron Paul becomes president, he wants to find a way to resolve this matter.1 Ron Paul works towards the elimination of the inefficient Department of Education (DOE), leaving education decisions and suggestions to be made in the state, local or personal level. He also believes that parents should have the right to spend their money on the school or method of schooling they deem appropriate for their
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