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The Best/Worst Ron Paul Fan Music

Paul's acolytes produce a lot of Ron Paul-themed music. When's the last time you heard a rap song called "I'M WIT MITT ROMNEY"?

Posted on February 8, 2012, at 12:22 p.m. ET

Like with any subculture, the diehard fans of Ron Paul have created their own genre of music. Ron Paul music is less about specific genre -- sometimes you'll find rap, sometimes quiet folk music -- and more about repeating all of Paul's policies in a three-minute YouTube clip. And there's a lot of it.

Ron Paul music went mainstream last night as the congressman exited the stage to the sonic accompaniment of Aimee Allen's "Ron Paul Anthem." (It's actually from 2008).

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No discussion of Ron Paul-related music could leave out Golden State, the California band that have become aggressive Paulites this election cycle. The song "Bombs (The Ron Paul Song)" was the subject of a "Ron Paul iTunes Bomb" to get it to #1 on iTunes in time for Christmas:

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Sometimes, Paul-related musical offerings trend less garage-band and more old school, like this re-setting of the lyrics to a vintage "Sound of Music" song.

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Sometimes Paul music doesn't come from random fans, but from Paul's own circle. "I'm a Ron Paul Girl" is 2012-cycle ditty from Chloe Wead, daughter of Paul adviser Doug Wead. "In the year 2008, the economy was great / Only one man could see the coming fall," she sings.

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Though one of Paul's highest-profile supporters is a hip hop artist, at first glance it doesn't seem to follow logic that there would be so much rap music devoted to a 76-year-old Texas Congressman.. But there's a surprising amount. Here's a song by Seattle-based group Rise, Consise & Krookid; the YouTube description notes that "This is the third track Rise, Consise & Krookid have made in support of Congressman Ron Paul."

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"RESULTS AGREE: I'M WIT RON PAUL" by MC Rebel is only a few days old. This the clean version. There's also a "Street Version."

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A "Rock the Revolution Tour" -- featuring Ron Paul's other high profile rap endorser KRS-One -- was scheduled for this past fall, but cancelled. His other celebrity musical endorsers like Kelly Clarkson and Barry Manilow have not produced Paul-specific music.

As for Paul's musical preferences: in the Paul Internet universe, the candidate's favorite song is widely believed to be "Alice's Restaurant Massacre," a 19-minute anti-war anthem by Arlo Guthrie from the late '60s.

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