Holiday Wishes from Ron Paul
As the holiday season approaches, Texas congressman Ron Paul sends "Season's Greetings" to his supporters in what has turned into one of the top Republican online videos of the week, according to TechPresident.com, which keeps a close eye on presidential candidate YouTube traffic.
"Looking like a captive in his own home, Ron Paul wishes us a happy holiday. With a shot of about 750 people lining the staircase of his house, a sloppy sound mix, and weird dissolves, the video is a fitting yuletide message from the homespun Paul campaign," writes the site's Joshua Levy.
Paul and his wife Carol, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary earlier this year, have five children and 18 grandchildren.
The video has received more than 58,000 views on YouTube.
-- Garance Franke-Ruta
Posted at 12:23 PM ET on Dec 14, 2007
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