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-- for delegates are up for grabs the Saturday in the main caucuses state of Maine.
Congressman Ron Paul made the -- an early priority in his campaign and that choice appears to be paying off.
My next guest is a state representative from Maine -- not only endorsed congressman Paul he has -- ten.
Of his fellow legislate -- to join him and Ron Paul's quest to take the Republican nomination for president.
With us now is -- represented -- -- he Aaron it's a pleasure welcome.
Freedom -- thank you jazz great to have you -- he would why why Ron Paul and how do you think he's going to do in the great state diminished.
Why don't look at -- -- you know look at consistency around Osman consistency consists -- for thirty years there is a chance and go constitution's -- always going I'd buy that that is our instructions you know found as a very specific on that.
So as the fallen constitution.
Him on above anyone else falls that -- -- Either enthusiasm is great in the state in -- we don't really looking for someone to.
You know cut down -- federal spending nobody talk about cuts ten years down the line.
But only Ron Paul's plan actually -- the chilling dollars a year -- -- -- -- some a lot of people are recognizing a -- and seeing.
-- -- you know really gravitated towards had.
Have you had a chance to observe a first hand it.
The governorship of Mitt Romney in Massachusetts not very far from you and if you have a do you believe him when he says he's a small government conservative.
-- it definitely seeing you know obviously being -- northern New England you see it things you know spending in Massachusetts.
I don't see how does anything other small and -- -- about.
What the governor Romney did.
Yeah and what you know really when he says something kind of flip flops a little bit so I'm not sure if I can really believe when he says he wants to make it smaller.
I mean I'm standing on Paper you don't see the cuts -- having a Ron Paul's planned communities much.
More consistent Ron Paul is of the view that for example with the housing crisis.
President wants the tax banks which means taxing consumers and shareholders and then take that money given to people to refinance.
Ron Paul is of the view that the best thing the government can do the only moral and constitutional thing the government can do is -- get the heck out of the way.
And let the economy flatten itself out.
Do you accept that.
-- -- you know what what constitutional realities and they have to be involved in that and it's not there's no amendment to the constitution.
They can get and you know the interest rates him meddling in the affairs -- the interest rates setting area artificially low.
Knowing that you can't plan economy you can't centralized planning does not work you know hundreds a year isn't monetary policy -- -- that centralized planning does not work.
Need -- only the free market can make these decisions not one person not a group of people only the free market.
Aaron let me thank you for joining us and thank you and your ten colleagues say in the legislature for endorsing congressman Paul come back and visit us and again.
Anytime thank you judgment fine thank you you're welcome masses endorsements by.