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Rand Paul Stumps for Romney at UNH

Paul said Romney is better qualified.

http://www.unionleader.com/article/20121020/NEWS0605/710219955

DURHAM — U.S. Sen. Rand Paul Saturday sought to convince younger voters to support Mitt Romney as a presidential candidate who understands jobs are created in the private sector, not by expanding government.

With the election less than three weeks away, Paul (R-Ky.) spoke to about 100 students and area residents during a Republican rally at the University of New Hampshire. This nation is facing a choice between two different belief systems, he said.

http://www.unionleader.com/article/20121020/NEWS0605/710219955

“My father and I don't agree with each other on every issue,” the younger Paul said. But, he added, they agree on the importance of reducing the size of government, decreasing spending and expanding opportunities.

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Here's his speech

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/Paulat

Rand comes in around 8:30. He speaks for over 20 minutes and barely mentions Romney.

Rand Paul 2016!

He knows how to play their game better than they do! Ha Ha!

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Wow Rand

By '2 different belief systems' what do you mean? The fake 2 that are really 1? or the fake 2 vs. what your father believes in?
" “My father and I don't agree with each other on every issue,” the younger Paul said. But, he added, they agree on the importance of reducing the size of government, decreasing spending and expanding opportunities." hmmm....too bad that the issues you don't agree with your father on will make everything you say you do agree on never come to pass. When is the last time the republicans had power and did any of those things? You are getting really good at reciting those empty talking points.

Romney's rhetoric is far more

Romney's rhetoric is far more libertarian than Romney's. it is not even close. Also, Romney has never voted for a federal law not specifically authorized by the US Constitution.

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

Meh.

Meh.