RAND PAUL FOR PRESIDENT

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Re: RAND PAUL FOR PRESIDENT
« Reply #600 on: April 25, 2016, 05:30:28 PM »
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“It’s a never say never,” Paul said, but “really all I can see in the near-term future is making sure I do a good job for Kentucky. I’m running for reelection, and then I want to be a big voice in the Senate.”

Does this mean he'll finally start being a voice for the Surveillance State Repeal Act, American Sovereignty Restoration Act, American Freedom Agenda Act, Freedom Debate Act and Paper Ballot Act?

Or will he go on pretending those bills don't exist like all other Washington politicians do?
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Re: RAND PAUL FOR PRESIDENT
« Reply #601 on: April 26, 2016, 10:57:56 AM »
... he is still running against Hilldog!

Sen. Rand Paul Demands Hillary Clinton Apologize
To Kentucky For Anti-Coal Comments As She
Opens Office In State

MATTHEW BOYLE   25 Apr 2016

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... Sen. Rand Paul, the former GOP presidential candidate and junior U.S. Senator from Kentucky, is calling on Clinton to apologize to coal miners—and to the state of Kentucky as a whole—for her comments last month when she said: “We’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.” Sen. Paul told Breitbart News:

Before Hillary Clinton opens her office in Louisville, she ought to apologize to Kentuckians for saying that ‘we’re gonna put a lot of coal miners out of business.’ Ten thousand Kentuckians have lost jobs because of the Obama-Clinton War on Coal. I doubt they’re excited about Clinton coming to Kentucky to rub our faces in her climate extremism. President Obama promised to “bankrupt coal” and now Hillary promises to drive a stake into the heart of the final remaining jobs left in the coal industry. Hillary needs to apologize. No time like the present. I’m calling on you, Hillary.  I am calling on you to apologize to every Kentuckian for what you said.

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