Yep, he's still campaigning for the Republican presidential nomination -- though, to be fair, he's pretty much given up on actually getting it since Mitt Romney has the whole thing sewn up.
So, instead, Ron's been taking the angle that his campaign for President is laying the groundwork for a Libertarian "revolution" that can be continued by another politician. (Senator Rand Paul, perhaps?)
But, even though Ron's pretty much running a symbolic campaign, he still has a fervent base of supporters that's still donating money, and making a video game.
Yes, it's true ... 27-year-old, Daniel Williams, is such a huge fan of Ron and his political views that he's creating a video game -- "The Road To Revolution" -- that is based on the Congressman's Presidential run. According to Daniel, who created a video (below) to raise funds via donations from other Ron Paul superfans, the game is based on old-school console games and will let users play as Ron across all 50 states as they collects gold, which is more stable than cash, and fight 13 boss battles (one for each branch of the Federal Reserve).
According to the game's Kickstarter page, it already has nearly double the money initially requested for its budget and almost 200 people have chipped in. The game will be available sometime this summer. Fans will be able to play for free online, then hopefully via a mobile app and an Xbox Live indie game.
We can't wait to lie and tell that one of our good friends, who's a Ron-Paul fanatic, that we've already played it and that we totally agree the senior citizen would be an amazing POTUS.
VIDEO: About The Ron Paul Video Game, "The Road To Revolution"
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