Red Dirt Report, editor
Posted: February 25, 2012
OKLAHOMA CITY – The large parking lot, just south of the Oklahoma State Capitol, quickly filled up with vehicles a couple of hours before Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul even showed up for his 1 p.m. campaign rally and speech.
Many vehicles sported signs and bumper stickers supporting Ron Paul or liberty-related messages. The same could said of the folks in the crowd and the signs they held. This was an informed, excited bunch of people who were clearly concerned about the direction the country had been taking in recent years, with bank bailouts, endless wars, attacks on civil liberties and a tanking economy.
Lukus Collins, a Republican and Ron Paul activist with the grassroots Ron Paul OK organization said he was simply excited to see so many people come out to hear Ron Paul’s message of liberty and small government.
“That’s the goal,” Collins said. “Get people plugged into the effort.”
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