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article imageA Ron Paul Christmas? Man creates ornament, places it at Macy's

By Andrew Moran     Dec 12, 2012 in Odd News
Oceanside - Mark Dice, an online media personality, created a Ron Paul Christmas ornament that also featured the retiring Texas Republican Congressman's farewell speech. He made the decision to head out to Macy's and hang it on a Christmas tree.
Is it a Ron Paul Christmas? Perhaps to some, including Mark Dice.
The three-time presidential candidate bid farewell to Washington this month in a nearly hour-long speech that touched upon many topics, including the economy, monetary policy and the nation’s foreign ventures. It was even made into an online movie produced by Infowars.com.
Dice printed out a picture of the bestselling author, glued it on a board and in the back he placed an MP3 player that had Paul’s speech play on repeat. Instead of hanging it on his own tree, he headed out to Westfield shopping mall and hung the ornament on a tree at Macy’s.
Not a lot of people heard the recording, but there were a couple of shoppers that walked by and were curious as to what the noise was. Two women chuckled at the ornament, but nobody really noticed it.
Some felt that Dr. Paul’s speech needed more of an audience. Although Dice’s move to place a Christmas ornament on a tree at Macy’s didn’t garner much attention from people, it may lead other Americans to do the same kind of thing.
The YouTube video has generated 4,136 views (at the time of this video), 313 likes and 17 dislikes.
“I went to the apple store and put Ron Paul backgrounds on a lot of the Macbooks lol,” wrote on YouTube user.
“Sheeple not quite warming up to the ornament yet.... give it some time,” wrote another commenter.
Randy Weber will succeed Paul in the next congressional session. Paul has served 12 terms in Washington and has published numerous books, including “The Revolution: A Manifesto,” “End the Fed” and “A Foreign Policy of Freedom.”
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