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As the political eye shifts its focus to next week's "Super Tuesday," last night "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed Ron Paul for another honest and engaging sit down.
In the wake of increased negativity amongst the GOP candidates, host Piers Morgan asked the Texan if these tactics would ultimately hurt the party in the general election:
"It's meat and drink to the Democrats, isn't it? They can just replay this stuff," suggested the host.
Paul, however, suspects that ultimately, the Republicans will rally: "I would say that politicians pretty much come together, sort of like a family. The old saying that you can fight with your siblings, but don't let the neighbors come in."
As the interview continued, the topic turned to social issues, including contraception. As an OB-GYN Dr. Paul has delivered more than 4,000 babies, and considers an argument about free birth control pills to be a "silly" one:
"To say that you have to have, on this policy, with no increase in pricing, you are going to give out birth control pills, that becomes a welfare issue and a mandate and a cost to the insurance company," explained Paul. "I just don't like the government in this business."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as Paul describes how things have changed since he purchased OB care on his first insurance policy.
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