By: Chris Cillizza
The Texas Congressman — and three-time presidential candidate — said goodbye in farewell remarks on the House floor Wednesday.
He spoke for a LONG time — 48 minutes — but those who follow the man they call “Dr. Paul” likely consumed (and re-consumed) every word.
Given Paul’s surprising influence on the GOP in recent years — particularly on fiscal matters — and the likelihood that Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (his son) will run for president, it’s worth checking out. (And yes, there are gold standard and raw milk references.)