He’s just an honest man, and that’s something we need now in this day and time.
Northbrook, IL (PRWEB) December 29, 2011
The second in a four-part web ad series featuring personal stories of Americans who have been affected by Republican presidential candidate and Iowa frontrunner Rep. Ron Paul was released today by Revolution PAC.
The new video, “The Compassion of Dr. Ron Paul,” features a remarkable story from the congressman's days as a practicing obstetrician in south Texas. In 1972, James Williams of Matagorda County and his young wife found themselves under Paul's care during a high-risk delivery. In the video, James recounts the prejudice of the day and how Dr. Paul looked beyond color lines to deliver their bi-racial child when other nurses and doctors ignored James’ pleas for help.
“He was a doctor of medicine, and that’s what he was doing, practicing medicine,” reflects Williams in the montage. “It didn’t matter who and what and why.”
Williams continues, “He’s just an honest man, and that’s something we need now in this day and time.”
The first in the video series, “Adherence to the Oath,” released last week by the super PAC supporting Rep. Paul’s presidential bid features Captain Bill Manning. In the web ad, the Vietnam and Desert Storm veteran reflects upon his service to the nation and explains Ron Paul's resonance with all Americans who value the Constitution.
“Simply put, Ron Paul has individual appeal, regardless of where one might fall on the political, socioeconomic, age or racial spectrum,” explains Revolution PAC Chair Gary Franchi. “As he likes to say, ‘Freedom brings people together.’ We intend to convey that message in this series.”
Revolution PAC is supporting Ron Paul’s consistent, constitutional message with targeted TV advertising, direct mail campaigns and innovative Web promotions complemented by billboards and radio ads in key primary states. Unlimited donations by individuals, businesses and organizations are being accepted by Revolution PAC to support that effort. Contributions to help fund the broadcast of the “Who is Ron Paul?” series in key primary states may be made at RevolutionPAC.com/compassion.