BALTIMORE, Maryland (CNN) - After months of "Ron Paul Revolution" signs blanketed debate sites and political events, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, said he doesn't think the attention is really about him but about his political message after a debate in Baltimore, Maryland on Thursday night.
"I don't think it's about me," Paul said. "I think my message of liberty and personal responsibility struck a nerve with people and they just responded well."
Paul supporters constantly bombard web sites with comments praising the GOP candidate and hang signs all over cities and towns. But Paul said his campaign doesn't hire the supporters and that they act on their own.
"The organizations just sprung up," Paul said. "I'm glad they invited me to the revolution."
–CNN Associate Producer Lauren Kornreich