"My first choice had always been my father. ... He's still my first pick," said Paul, who had previously backed his father, Ron Paul. "Now that the nominating process is over, tonight, I'm happy to announce that I'm going to be supporting Governor Romney."
Paul told Hannity he recently met with Romney for 30 minutes in Washington. They had a "free-ranging discussion" about issues of importance to the senator, his father, and to many of his father's followers, including auditing the Federal Reserve System, the Internet piracy SOPA legislation and the REINS Act that would increase congressional authority over regulatory agencies, Paul said.
But the Kentucky senator placed special emphasis on the 'kinship' he and Romney share over family values and the "importance of the family unit".
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