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LRC: How to regard Rand Paul

I don't agree completely with this article. Overall, I consider Rand quite a bit different (in a positive way) than most of the senators currently in office. He is not quite "any other politician". I do recognize that he isn't his father though. Dr Paul would be a tough act to follow for anyone. In the big scheme of things, I would prefer to have a bunch more like Rand in office as opposed to the alternatives we currently face.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/115225.html



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Only Time Will Tell

Rand has said some things I like and other things I don't like. The same holds true with his voting record. He's shown me that there's some reason to be hopeful that he's "gaming the system" and will turn out to be a real liberty candidate down the road. But there are other things that indicate otherwise. Definitely someone to keep a close eye on.

Shut up shut up!

Don't be ridiculous

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."
Albert Einstein

yeh, ummmm THAT^^

was kind of ridiculous... IMO.

(replying to WWHAAS "Shut up shut up!"

I'm turning into my father.

My father was a good man, I'm turning into him. As time goes by I am more and more like him every day. I'm like a new version of my father. I believe the same thing about Ron and Rand Paul. They are both heroes to me.

"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."
Albert Einstein

I'd say Rand is even better

I'd say Rand is even better than Ron, because Rand will sacrifice and leverage power to push for pro-liberty legislation. ROn did a good job raising his kids.

Thomas Jefferson 1796, 1800, 1804; James Madison 1808, 1812; Ron Paul 1988, 2008, 2012; Rand Paul 2016.