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Rand Paul CPAC 2013 Speech Analysis

Here's my Rand article from CPAC 2013. He won and I will be doing another article on that shortly relating to the Liberty Movement's role in this at large.

Rand Paul entered the ballroom to the tune of the song "Enter Sandman" by Metallica. Many people were dubbing it "Enter Randman." He opened up with a connection to his recent fillibuster which drew huge applause and crowd positive crowd interaction.

Right away, Rand went to work on the contingent he is competing with. He said "No one person gets to decide the law, and determine your guilt or innocence." He then threw them some red meat by quoting Lincoln, who stated, "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man give him power." He connected this to the comparison of candidate Obama and President Obama, hitting him hard on the NDAA indefinite detention provision, disproving the claims that Rubio said made America better. They ate it up without even realizing it.

Rand Paul said, "Good intentions....

http://www.goldwater1964.com/index.php?option=com_easyblog&v...

Click the link to read my whole article. Thanks.



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"For liberty to expand government must shrink"

Rand is right on with every issue.

BUT will the media and rigged machines allow an honest person to win?

THIS IS THE ISSUE THAT MUST BE DEALT WITH FIRST.

Pass until 2020?

If he runs for president and does NOT get the nomination, can he then still run to keep his Senate seat?

Yes he can. Ron ran for

Yes he can. Ron ran for president and still ran to keep his house seat ..

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so someone downvotes me and

so someone downvotes me and all of the comments on here because of why? lol good job clown

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i guess everyone's out on a

i guess everyone's out on a friday huh?

All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire

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Very good my

friend.

Jim

1976-1982 USMC, Having my hands in the soil keeps me from soiling my hands on useless politicians.

thank you sir

thank you sir

All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire

bumpity bump

bumpity bump

All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire

bump for liberty and

bump for liberty and momentum! we won!!!

All paper money eventually returns to its real intrinsic value, zero. - Voltaire