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He is the wimpiest senator in twenty years. His positions are which way the wing is blowing. Now he is saying he will not support the SC nominee because of fourth amendment will vote for can the people of KY elect such a wimpish flip flopping senator.......I just do not get it....If I lived next door to him.....I probably would have been hard pressed not to smack this lying floating POS.

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I have to agree with Trump on the campaign debates and saying just look at Senator Paul.......this guy is simply a silver spooned son of a celebrity who continually tries to get the spotlight and then caves on every position he claims he holds dear. Sure I want fourth amendment protections, but his manipulations of these issues has become famous......back down paul.......unless he is dumping grass clippings on his neighbor's yard.

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Lord forbid that a politician applies the constitution to their considerations. They should ignore their vow (soon to be abandoned anyway) to uphold the constitution and act as a social justice activist. Nice fake outrage tho.

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His understanding of the constitution is sophomoric and opportunistic. I will take my lesson in constitutional law from an eye doctor with questionable credentials, or from constitutional scholars.......let me see.......the guy who dumps his lawn clippings in his neighbors yard and then cries like the little bitch he is.....and you want me to follow the constitution as designed by the eye doctor.......please. The man is a self serving opportunistic politician.....nothing more.....does he say things which make me warm and fuzzy....sometimes, but his actions.....the apex of hypocrisy. He is a weak man with few principles.

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A discussion amomgst Mensa members, this is not.

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Flimflam man flimflams flimflam man ...

... film @11.

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A discussion amomgst Mensa members, this is not.

That explains after months of MIA, you felt comfortable to post among non mensa is the baseball thing going this updates in awhile.

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Rand paul after he pulled his nose out of Trump's asz got a atta boy. Rand Paul is exactly what is wrong with congress.....showboating and working for the next election, and what has he done legislatively with the house and senate on his side......NOTHING.......

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From Matt Gaetz:

Hello, Friends:
This week, for good or ill, much of the media coverage has been focused on the Helsinki Summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Though it is always good to be more aware of America’s foreign relations, this nonstop coverage has, unfortunately, drowned out much of the coverage of Peter Strzok’s testimony, recent developments in the (unending) Mueller probe, the NATO summit, and other important topics. So, to that end, here’s what we’re reading this week:

National Review — July 16, 2018

Mueller’s Politicized Indictment of Twelve Russian Intelligence Officers

“Make no mistake: This is nakedly politicized law enforcement. There is absolutely no chance any of the Russian officials charged will ever see the inside of an American courtroom. The indictment is a strictly political document by which the special counsel seeks to justify the existence of his superfluous investigation.”

The Federalist — July 16, 2018

Trump Is Right: Mueller’s Latest Indictment Suggests He’s Conducting A Witch Hunt

“Predictably, and without forethought, the press pounced, reporting that “Trump sent out an early-morning tweet once more calling into question the conclusion of the US intelligence agencies that Russia was involved in the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails during the election.” That narrative quickly germinated in the Twittersphere, but as I pointed out at the time, Trump “DIDN’T say Russia had nothing to do with meddling! He said RUSSIA ‘says’ they didn’t AND Trump points to evidence Obama’s folks ignored that could PROVE Russia interference.”

Had the media paused even momentarily, they would have realized that the president’s reference to the DNC server refutes claims he was denying Russian interference in the election. But they didn’t. So instead the press handed Trump another example of fake news.”

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette — July 17, 2017

It is better to talk: Russia is not America’s friend, but we can converse

“With their usual unholy, and unintended, alliance, President Donald Trump and the elite American press have distorted and utterly obscured what should be the takeaway of the Trump-Vladimir Putin summit.

The point is not that Russia meddled in the last U.S. presidential election. (We know that Russia did.)

It is not that Mr. Trump refused to say Russia did so in front of Mr. Putin. (That would have been asking a lot, even of a more conventional politician. Presidents sometimes critique regimes in a public speech when visiting a country. Ronald Reagan did. But not during a summit press availability.)

It is that it is better to talk, and talk frankly, with our foreign allies and our enemies.”

American Spectator — July 13, 2018

Peter Strzok, A Cocky Liar to the End

“One act of obvious perjury during the hearing was Strzok’s claim — which he presented as incontrovertible proof of his apolitical professionalism — that he “never” spoke to reporters about the investigation before election day. Strzok didn’t even bother to coordinate this lie with his defense attorney, who has previously admitted that Strzok talked to reporters about the investigation. Strzok’s attorney wrote an Op-Ed in USA Today saying that “Peter and others” at the FBI “actively ensured that news reports didn’t overplay the seriousness of the investigation.” How did he do that without talking to them?”

Washington Examiner — July 13, 2018

Trump is right that Germany is too cozy with Russia

“What’s more, to this day, Germany has consistently served the interests of the Kremlin by blocking sales of lethal defensive weapons to Georgia. By contrast, President Trump’s administration authorized the sale of air defense and anti-tank weaponry to American allies in Eastern Europe, including Georgia and Ukraine. (It is worth noting that this was a reversal of former President Barack Obama’s policy: Though he expressed concerns about Russian aggression in Georgia and Ukraine, Obama refused to authorize U.S. weapon sales to these U.S. allies, for fear of antagonizing Russia.)

Thus, the Germans and their allies in Europe are being rather disingenuous when they voice concerns about under-the-table cooperation between President Trump and President Putin — especially in the run-up to the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki next week. There is no evidence Trump has collaborated with Putin to weaken European security; by contrast, there are many examples of that exact scenario in Germany, France, Italy, and several other European states.”

The Washington Post — July 12, 2018

Trump isn’t attacking NATO. He’s strengthening it.

“As President Trump put Germany and other allies on notice for the harm they are doing to NATO with their failure to spend adequately on our common defense, Democrats in Washington came to Germany’s defense. “President Trump’s brazen insults and denigration of one of America’s most steadfast allies, Germany, is an embarrassment,” Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said in a joint statement.

Sorry, Trump is right. The real embarrassment is that Germany, one of the wealthiest countries in Europe, spends just 1.24 percent of its gross domestic product on defense — in the bottom half of NATO allies. (The U.S. spends 3.5 percent of GDP on its military.) A study by McKinsey & Co. notes that about 60 percent of Germany’s Eurofighter and Tornado fighter jets and about 80 percent of its Sea Lynx helicopters are unusable. According to Deutsche Welle, a German parliamentary investigation found that “at the end of 2017, no submarines and none of the air force’s 14 large transport planes were available for deployment due to repairs,” and “a Defense Ministry paper revealed German soldiers did not have enough protective vests, winter clothing or tents to adequately take part in a major NATO mission.” Not enough tents?”

National Review — July 14, 2018

Strzok by a Farce

“Only one official in the U.S. government has the power instantly to end the contemptuous flouting of Congress’s oversight authority: President Trump. He could, at any time, direct that all relevant documents be disclosed to the committees and that all executive-branch officials provide complete and truthful testimony.”

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The panhandle elects cowardly flim flam men to congress. What other electorate would elect Gaetz? Illinois Republicans would simply laugh their asz off that this boyish conspiracy theory peddler could actually be elected to congress. I guess you just have to be stupider to win. A race to the bottom appears to be the panhandle political mantra.

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“What are your thoughts on recent movements to curb or restrict online poker?” I'm opposed to restrictions on online gambling. The government needs to stay out of that business.” Rand Paul

He's also against data collection on citizens... the Patriot Act... obamacaid... a standing army... war without a declaration from congress... tariffs... etc. He's a monster alright..!! What citizen could disagree?

When standing up for the bill of rights is considered radical and inappropriate... it's clear that it's Marxism.

Wake up.

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“What are your thoughts on recent movements to curb or restrict online poker?” I'm opposed to restrictions on online gambling. The government needs to stay out of that business.” Rand Paul

Of course the wimpiest flip flopping senator in the senate today would have no idea what the mob is doing as we speak. I have a friend who is connected. He is not sicilian or italian, but he runs a major book off shore in the Chicago area. He has clients at every top country club in the Chicagoland and he is moving thousands of bets everyday on his offshore mob site. The mob has moved their operations off shore for the last ten years. This guy makes six figures year in and year out running his book, and now has formed an Illinois lobbying group which is trying to convert this off site gambling into legitimate state of Illinois sites where they can collect taxes. What dumbo does not understand is the mob influence in New Jersey and Illinois and thinks regulation of the mob operations is an area which the government does not belong. This guy is child like. His daddy sheltered his silver spooned life, and now this guy talks about things he simply does not understand.

He does not stand up for the bill of rights. He pretends to do the same with worn out ill informed constitutional concepts which reject Presidential Power and the fact that the supporters of his father think this wimp is advancing those concepts.......the most charitable thing which can be said is he is trying his he has been whooped up on by Trump, his subservient go along to get along Rand rules.

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PkrBum wrote: “What are your thoughts on recent movements to curb or restrict online poker?” I'm opposed to restrictions on online gambling. The government needs to stay out of that business.” Rand Paul  

He's also against data collection on citizens... the Patriot Act... obamacaid... a standing army... war without a declaration from congress... tariffs... etc. He's a monster alright..!! What citizen could disagree?

When standing up for the bill of rights is considered radical and inappropriate... it's clear that  it's Marxism.

Wake up.

I like Rand Paul in the sense he brings attention to a lot of those privacy issues, certain excesses of the Patriot Act, etc and a few other things.

On some other things though ... not so much.  He's kind of a mixed-bag.  (or some might say ... a mixed-up bag  Laughing   )

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Cosponsored the 8th fewest bills compared to All Senators
Was 8th most absent in votes compared to All Senators
Got bipartisan cosponsors on the 9th fewest bills compared to All Senators

Laws Enacted

Paul introduced 0 bills that became law, including via incorporation into other measures, in 2017.

He is a flim flam man on the bill of rights and is one of the most ineffective senators in Washington turning his empty rhetoric into law which would protect Americans. He cannot find one invasion of privacy and violation of American Citizen rights to pass a bill to correct the same. He is NOT what he is selling. He is a privileged silver spooner who has this whole gig not because of his merits, and not because of what he has done as a senator, but strictly because his dad has coat tails, and the voters are not going beyond his hollow words. See if he sticks to his guns on the Supreme Court Nominee.....he is a political opportunist of the worse kind.

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How many days until Rand flips and supports the supreme court nominee.....despite his rulings which take fourth amendment rights away.....the great bill of rights crusader.......pure fantasy. There are senators who are protectors of the constitution and they work to get legislative solutions.....being that is his job, you would figure people would catch on to his scam.

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10 days and the flip flopper did his thing.

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Ted Cruz remains my least respected Senator, but Paul is giving him a run for his money. Just like his daddy who would tickle the underbelly of white nationalists but never appear to step over the line, Paul is appealing to the same base as white nationalists see Russia as Utopia where autocratic rule keeps mostly white people in line while excluding all others. Rand Paul is a POS. His Russian trip is more of the same........give me some of that spotlight.

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Now Rand Paul desperate to get some of that white power vote has become President Trump personal messenger boy hand delivering a note to Putin from Trump........too funny.......maybe it was a birthday card, or a game plan on how they can manipulate the markets worldwide. Honestly, I always knew that Paul was a wimp, but silver spooners stick together, and seem to find each other.....all under the guise that we should get along with Russia better.....when the alt right has been in love with the fascism in Russia and the all white population.....white powers last stronghold.

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The message is probably an offer of the same service that Bone Spur offered to Sheriff Joe on Who is America.

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