Rand Paul "Hopes" Romney Shares His Views on The TSASubmitted by emalvini on Mon, 09/10/2012 - 11:46
Rand Paul "Hopes" Romney Shares His Views on The TSA
The Libertarian doesn't mention Romney during a visit to New York to promote his book. Suggests that New York could be a prime place for Ron Paul Republicans to make inroads.
posted Sep 9, 2012 10:09pm EDT
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, in New York to promote his new book Government Bullies said Sunday that he wasn't sure of Mitt Romney's stances on the TSA, a key issue of Paul's. Paul didn't mention Romney at all during his short speech to the crowd at The Rebel, a nightclub on the west side of Manhattan, where he signed copies of his book.
"I hope so," Paul said when asked whether Romney would be more in line with Paul's stances on the TSA than Obama. "I don't know in particular his specific stance on the TSA. But I do know that if Romney wins it would be better than having President Obama," Paul told BuzzFeed and another reporter after his speech.
Paul added that "whether he's elected or not, I've said I won't vote for any Republican budget that doesn't balance."
"They will have to work hard to get my vote on any bill, on any day," Paul said.