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Hell yea!
He was against us going to war in Iraq, and he's against us getting involved in the Ukraine. There's no contradiction here.
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Was Iraq Worth It?

mrheaume Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:48 AM
Having an opinion different from yours makes one a traitor? I thought we had a democratic government in which the voice of the government is a conglomerate of the voice of the people. How could one be a traitor by simply adding his voice to the choir?
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Was Iraq Worth It?

mrheaume Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:45 AM
I agree with you. We needed to respond to 9/11, and send a message to all of those camel humpers. Flattening the Taliban in Afghanistan was a completely legitimate use of our military. Trying to create democratic governments in the Middle East (or anywhere else) was a bad idea then, and a bad idea now. Our military was created to protect our country, not to promote our style of government in other countries.
All I'll say is that if the GOP of the future moves in Rand Paul's direction, it'll get my vote relatively consistently. If it stagnates in the McCain/Bush big government era, it'll never get my vote again.
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Libertarians' Awkward Bedfellows

mrheaume Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 10:58 AM
Thankfully, drugs are illegal now, so that doesn't happen anymore.
He got nothing. They were going bankrupt anyway, because they had an unsustainable socialist government.
Did you read the article, or his comment? There is nothing in there to suggest that he's a Democrat. Just because people criticize the GOP does not making them liberals. Just because someone is a Republican does not make them a conservative. Spending is a bipartisan problem, and it has been for a long time.
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Rand Paul: GOP Must "Evolve"

mrheaume Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 10:52 AM
Is there anyone who actually believes the borrow and spend GOP is perfectly fine the way it is?
I'm fiscally conservative and socially liberal, and I won't vote for Republicans or Democrats. Goldberg doesn't even mention real social issues. They are all freedom issues, and freedom is important to me, both fiscal and social freedoms. The biggest social issues for me are the drug war, prostitution, gay marriage, and militarism. I take the small government view on each of these issues. You guys might not think these are important issues, but I won't tolerate any politician that infringes upon the decision making of sound minded adults. Either you believe in a free state, or you don't. I won't settle for candidates who don't respect my personal sovereignty.
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