Paul Continues After Finishing 4th in South Carolina

Texas Congressman Ron Paul finished in fourth place tonight in the South Carolina Republican primary, but he showed no sign of quitting soon. Despite coming in last among the remaining lead contenders, Paul vowed to continue promoting his messages about reforming monetary policy and ending military engagement overseas.

“You know what’s different today? We are the next generation and we’re suffering the consequences,” said Paul, who at 76 is the oldest candidate in the contest, during his concession speech before a boisterous crowd in Columbia, S.C. “We will win the battle for peace and prosperity.”

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