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Sen. Rand Paul on "Your World" w/Neil Cavuto 7-18-12

Sen. Rand Paul on "Your World" w / Neil Cavuto 7-18-12


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Lol. That is bullshit. Rand can not stand on the same stage

with his dad Ron Paul..... That was a ridiculous comment...

I like Rand

And I suspect he will be a better politician than his dad. Rand is no fool. He understands that to get things done, you have to be smart politically. I like his style, altgough he should have warned us before throwing his support to Mitt. Lousy PR but good pilitical move.

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

+ and - for Rand

+1 on involvement financially in foreign affairs: don't do it
-1 on involvement in domestic affairs of countries: do it if ally; keep out Russia and Iran. Wrong. No, no involvement unless individual wants to involve himself. Therefore:

Ron Paul, 2012 -- and 2016

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

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Bravo Rand Paul. Exposing the hypocrisy of foreign aid is good.

Rand is 100% right about this.

Aid to Pakistan should be cut

Aid to Pakistan should be cut off regardless. Why can't Rand get it right?

I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein

Is it all or nothing for you?

Is it all or nothing for you? Maybe things aren't so black and white. I'm just glad that the discussion is taking place and maybe more people will finally begin to come to their senses. It will always be a work in progress and I think Rand is helping a great deal to put the brakes on much of the insanity. He just presents smaller doses of the medicine his father offers, maybe it's more palatable to those that haven't quite come to the awakening.

Yea, on those darn things

Yea, on those darn things called principles, I do tend to be a bit "all or nothing".

When Rand suggests that, unless charges are dropped against this doctor the US should stop the payoff, the implication is that the payoff is okay, only the charges against the doctor are wrong. It leaves one wondering - not whether Rand supports payoffs (he obviously does) - but what other payoffs Rand supports.

Contrast that with his father's observation on foreign aid - that's it's theft from poor people in rich countries given to rich people in poor countries. The implication here is clear. It should be stopped. All of it.

I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein