Paul remains defiant amid no primary night wins

REBECCA BOONE Associated Press Published:

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) -- A defiant Ron Paul showed no sign he remained winless in Tuesday night's primary elections while instead rallying his fervent supporters to his pet causes.

The libertarian-leaning Republican presidential candidate said his campaign is sending a warning message to the country that government grows endlessly and spends too much money.

Paul said to loud cheers from supporters there is no desire to protect citizens' privacy, either in the public square or on the Internet. He reiterated his signature campaign issue of eliminating the Federal Reserve.