Ron Paul plans big ad buy in Minnesota ahead of Feb. 7 caucuses

ABC News reports Republican presidential contender Ron Paul is setting his sights on Minnesota, with a plan to buy lots of airtime for an ad ahead of the state's caucuses. Click the headline to check out the ad.
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With slick production backed by a hard rock soundtrack, "the ad promotes Paul's rebel image as a slasher of government agencies," according to a report in ABC News.

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