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Wednesday, 30 May 2007

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A city break dancer performing the dance move known as 'Limbo'

Arlington, VA (FP) Ron Paul insists that he is no Kool Herc, but said he sure will try and "Rockit" onto the set of The Daily Show this coming June 4th.

Paul was seen stretching and pumping himself up listening to "Rockit" by Herbie Hancock in preparation for his visit to The Daily Show. "It was kind of a shame to see this form of musical expression lost in the 'Gangsta Rap' error of the late 80's, early 90's." Ron expressed during our pre-interview chat.

Paul then excused himself for a moment and began to practice the 'Stomp the cockroach' locking dance style move. He started by kicking one leg into the air directly in front of him and then went down to one knee and with his other leg pointing out to the side, he began spinning and pounding the floor around him. It was simply amazing to watch, given his age.

"You know if I am elected, I am going to try and encourage our youth to re-investigate this form of dance. I find that it's not only a simple form of exercise, but a beautiful form of expression" he mused while practicing another amazing move called 'Applejax', where he kicked one leg forward from a crouching position while his upper body was lent backwards supported by both of his hands.

"You must be as flexible as a gymnast. How do you do it?" I asked of the Congressman. "I spend a lot of time watching other politicians dancing in the House," Paul said, referring to Congress.

"Dancing to or for what?" Asked another reporter.

"Oh, you know, the real issues" he answered. "I see the majority of politicians dancing a majority of the time, and frankly I need to let loose when I am not in that marshmallow pit known as Congress." he continued.

Paul concluded the interview by exiting doing the 'Scootbot' by skipping while making the motion of an exaggerated step to the left and right.

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