But as Abramovitch notes, Snyder, a volunteer strategist who eventually became a campaign manager for Paul’s presidential bid, fell ill of pneumonia during the campaign. Snyder did not have health insurance, like the hypothetical example given by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, and stacked up $400,000 in medical bills. On June 26, 2008, exactly two weeks after Paul ended his bid for the presidency, Synder passed away due to complications from his pneumonia. Synder’s family could not pay the bills left by Snyder, so friends set up an online campaign to raise the money for Synder’s procedures.
The article did not say whether Ron Paul learned his idea of letting the uninsured depend on charity from this experience with his campaign manager or if he has held this opinion for a long time and the experience didn’t change him.
I guess we know there are no leaks in Ron Paul’s heart from which he is bleeding. At least Ron Paul can hold onto his convictions no matter what.