Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul spoke outside at UC Berkeley on Thursday night, telling a chilly crowd of about 1,000 that they need less government in their lives and more leeway to make their own decisions.
Paul said he is different from the other candidates because he is outside the liberal and conservative paradigm.
Medical marijuana, he said to cheers, would be fair game if he had the White House.
“It’s a great issue if you want to bring left and right together,” he said. “People from the right talk about states’ rights. Just think about it. If you had states’ rights in California you wouldn’t have the feds coming in and invading and telling you what you do with your own body. Prescription drugs are …
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