Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky Dumber Than I Thought

Senator Rand PaulOkay, So He’s Even Dumber Than I Thought

At Least His Father Had Constructive Ideas

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky won his seat running under the Republican banner.  His statements to the press seem to suggest he wants to split the GOP and make his TEA Party a third party in the 2016 election.

He does act like many other Republicans, he talks a lot to the press, but doesn’t do much.

He is now suggesting that he and other Republicans want to solve the immigration problem by “rounding people up … and send them back to Mexico.”

Brilliant!  Our law enforcement is supposed to go on a manhunt for 11 or 12 million people, waste thousands of man hours and millions of dollars, simply because a group of legislators are openly racist.  You, sir, need a brain transplant.  Yours is defective.

Paul says people want a party that’s “less aggressive on foreign policy” and drug laws. Paul says he sees voters wanting, quote, “somebody who wants to round people up, put in camps and send them back to Mexico.”

Mr. Paul, you obviously do not read the papers, or look at the polls.  You are entirely out of touch with the American people.

Is it your assumption that if these 11 or 12 million people were deported you might win the election in 2016?  Well you better start finding a way to deport women as well.  Your statements about them and their rights are nothing but pure misogyny.  Oh, and don’t forget African Americans.  When you suggested businesses such as restaurants had to right to refuse service to anyone they chose, you made it clear where you stand.

My longtime friends have known me as an independent for at least two thirds of my life.  They ask me why for the last 12 years I registered as a Democrat.  My answer was in the form of names, no explanation needed.  I said; “Reagan, Bush, Bush, McCain, Palin, Romney, McConnell, Boehner, and Bachmann.”  Now I can clearly add “Paul”.

James Turnage

Columnist-The Guardian Express

16 Responses to Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky Dumber Than I Thought

  1. dissidentX (@dissidentX) February 18, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    The fact that the guardian leaves this smear job base upon lies up on it’s site proves that the guardian is not a credible news source.

    An uneducated child practices better journalism skills than this site.

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  2. ObjectiveTruth February 18, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    Interestingly, GuardianLV has issued a sort-of retraction but have left this story untouched with zero indication that it’s false:

    http://guardianlv.com/2013/02/correction-from-the-ap/

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  3. acptulsa February 18, 2013 at 2:03 pm

    Well, MGM, this slander would be protected in the U.S. by the First Amendment. So, no libel action would be possible–not because it isn’t libel (it is) but because it’s political speech. This libel was not perpetrated in the U.S, however. So, Sen. Paul could well have a case, though he may well decline to pursue it on principle.

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  4. Glen Bradley February 18, 2013 at 9:19 am

    Well, blyndon, as we can plainly see here we are 18 hours from post, and 16 hours from the first error notice, and yet the article remains intact in it’s original known-false form. That should really be all we need to know here.

    Reply

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