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The Mystery Of Thousands Of Dollars For Makeup and Costumes Supporting Ron Paul

This afternoon brings us an absolutely fabulous mystery about the 2012 Ron Paul for President campaign. This afternoon, Endorse Liberty Inc., a political action committee organized by Abraham D. Niederhauser, a businessman who has made his fortune fighting bad breath, joined by an unknown person named Chris Hanson, were involved in a set independent expenditures to benefit Ron Paul.

costume and makeup independent expenditure endorse libertyThousands of dollars were spent.

The money was spent on “Costumes and Makeup”.

Like most Americans, I have spent a little bit of money on costumes and makeup – for Halloween. I’ve never spent any money for costumes and makeup for a presidential election, though.

I’ve also never had to spend anything more than 50 dollars or so for my Halloween costumes and makeup.

What on earth was this curious organization, Endorse Liberty Inc., getting in exchange for thousands of dollars worth of costumes and makeup?

How did buying thousands of dollars of makeup and costumes help the Ron Paul for President campaign?

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