An enthusiastic crowd welcomed 2008 Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul to Phoenix on Thursday. Filling terminal 4 with the now ubiquitous "Ron Paul Revolution" signs and more traditional campaignware, the group displayed their appreciation for Dr. Paul's efforts.
Following a one hour delay, candidate Paul finally arrived and as he approached the group with signs everywhere exclaimed "I must be in the right place". He then graciously spent time introducing himself to everyone and taking pictures.
For some of this weekends media appearances go HERE.
2006 Candidate for Governor of Arizona, Barry Hess offers Dr. Paul a few campaign tips
Even after his delayed flight Dr. Paul kindly took the time for pictures. I am under strict orders not to disclose the Identity of the other gentleman in the photo ... but I can tell you today was his birthday.
And of course we can't go anywhere without "accidentally" leaving behind a sign... or two. Choose wisely indeed!
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