Ron Paul Faces Long Odds, Large Crowds in Texas Tour

COLLEGE STATION — Even as the presidential field narrowed Tuesday with Rick Santorum’s exit from the race, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s chances of winning the Republican nomination don't appear to be any stronger. 

But the longtime Texas congressman isn't slowing down, and on Tuesday night he started a three-stop Texas town hall tour with a visit to the Texas A&M University campus.

Paul spoke little about the health of his campaign or his election prospects but expounded for nearly an hour about his well-known positions on Iraq, the gold standard, growing hemp and the U ...

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