The point that I have been emphasizing, which is useless as it should be obvious to anyone who follows American politics, through my latest posts is that Ron Paul is winning the philosophical debate that has taken place, and will continue to take place, in the Republican party.
Ron Paul is the founder of the Tea Party. The Tea Party's influence through candidates like Michelle Bachmann and (possibly) Sarah Palin on the 2012 Presidential election will be historical. There are twice as many (real) libertarians as there was last time in the GOP primary with the inclusion of Gary Johnson. Establishment types are backtracking their hawkish foreign policy stances in favor of Old Right foreign policy.
And this clip pretty much is the best summation to a redundant point I have been making; it is Glenn Beck, the mother of all neoconservatives in 2008, revealing how he now agrees with Ron Paul more than he did 4 years ago and how the Congressman is the closest thing to our Founding Fathers.
Note: It's not going to be many times I share a Chris Matthews and Glenn Beck clip, let alone on the same day!