“Smart people get frustrated,” Mr. Paul said. “They say, ‘I agree with you, but you’re one person, and not enough people. How are you going to get the majority to come along with you?”
“But you know what? This is ideological. Ideas do have consequences. Ideas are changing. The ideology of the founders was shared by maybe 5 percent of the people at that time, but they knew and understood and they were well educated and they were able to being the people along. So it isn’t a numbers game. It has to do with determination and the rightness and the truthfulness of the ideas.”
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