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Rep. Ron Paul finished third in a recently release L.A. Times poll. Both Mitt Romney and Rick Perry scored 22% to tie for first among Republican candidates. Paul finished third with 11%, winning a majority of non-white  American voters. A strong majority of African Americans and Latinos polled favored Paul. He also did well among young voters.   

Why are so many GOP candidates sounding like Ron Paul?

During a rally in South Carolina, GOP Presidential Candidate Ron Paul speaks of "our numbers growing by leaps and bounds." He added that most people do not now trust the government. "There was a time when there was much more respect for the Constitution. The handwriting is on the wall... the country is bankrupt and we had better change our ways."

During the discussion, Paul speaks of limited government by returning powers to local government.