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Rand Paul: Why I Did What I Did

Ryan_M Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 3:52 PM
UberDave, If you were better educated you might know that James Madison wrote about how a war can be used to impose tyranny at home. “If tyranny and oppression come to this land it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.” This is what I meant. By the way, if Romney had been elected and was doing this I bet you would be defending him. I suggest less time spent listening to low IQ talk radio and more time reading would do you some good.
Ryan_M Wrote: Mar 10, 2013 6:27 AM
What are you babbling about now, TP? No one has even mentioned abortion until you brought it up. This issue is about the BoRs, not abortion. You're as bad as uberdave with his ridiculous comment to me.

Anyone who uses expressions like "Demon Rat:" isn't to be taken seriously and is a crackpot. What I wrote back to Dave about low IQ talk radio applies to you as well.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Mar 10, 2013 12:31 AM
You didn't read what Paul said did you? He spoke as an American not as a politician and there are plenty of us who are conservatives who do vote GOP for lack of a better choice. I vote Republican because I will NOT ever vote for anyone tagged Demon RAT because anyone who does has the blood of millions of TORTURED preborn babies dripping from their hands..I don't want to face my God with the since of torturing babies to death by dismemberment nor to I want to answer for the babies who are murdered by exposure after they survived Labor induce abortion. Nor do I want to stand before Him and answer for voting for candidates that believe good is evil and evil is good such as their support for Homosexual perversion; licentious acts a la...

Too many pundits in the national news media glibly stated over and over again that Kentucky Senator Rand Paul stood on the floor of the United States Senate -- for nearly thirteen straight hours last Wednesday -- to “filibuster” President Obama’s nominee for CIA Director. And sure, while this is technically true, in my view this sort of political analysis completely misses the mark. Writing in the Washington Times on Friday, the senator explained in his own words why he rose to speak that day -- namely, to defend the principles enshrined in the United States Constitution:

On Wednesday,...