This is complete news to me, because I've never been near enough to anything like attraction to Ron Paul's candidacy for president to read his Statement of Faith, but (as if we needed another reason to be leery of him) he apparently thinks the U.S. Constitution is divinely-inspired. [hat tip: Joe Carter]
I suppose we have to wonder which version of the Constitution was inspired, since it's been amended quite a few times. I know he doesn't think the current one is ok, because he wants to remove the right to citizenship that the 14th Amendment gives to people born in the U.S. Is the rest of the 14th Amendment divinely-inspired? If so, why some but not all of it? Presumably he doesn't think it's just what existed before the Bill of Rights, because most of what people consider most fundamental in the Constitution is the Bill of Rights, but that would mean he'd be including at least ten amendments.
But I think all doubt should be removed. Any Christian refusing to vote for Mitt Romney because his Mormon beliefs are heretical should similarly refuse to vote for Ron Paul, because his view of the Constitution also is.