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Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Oregon, Pennsylvania Primaries Tuesday May 20, 2014

I wish Liberty well, and hope that those who are involved have fully vetted their candidates and have precinct workers in place :-)

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How is this not on the front page?

Tools of war are not always obvious. The worst weapon is an idea planted in the mind of man. Prejudices can kill, suspicion can destroy, and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has an everlasting fallout all of its own.

Personally, I wouldn't call

Personally, I wouldn't call McConnell's victory a "crushing" defeat of the "Tea Party" a la the spin from the mass media. Bevin wasn't the strongest of candidates and has nearly 37% of the vote in his primary. Shame on Rand for supporting McConnell. Rand should have remained silent.

Shame on Rand??? Are you kidding me?

Rand has SUCCESSFULLY infiltrated the MOST establishment republican in the Senate--the Senate Minority Leader! His campaign has penetrated McConnell's donor lists. You can be sure they're getting the annoying C4L-type emails we're all getting. You can be sure those establishment big donors have dropped money toward Rand Paul's groups. More fuel for the rEVOLution.

This was a win-win situation. Rand was able to bend McConnell in his direction on a number of campaign issues. That's what it's all about. At the same time, it was still McConnell who was up for re-election and he could have lost. Totally a win-win situation for Rand Paul. McConnell will likely be his ally in the future. Obviously, only time will tell...

Rand is not to be trusted; he kicked his own father in the

butt on the one day his father was "on stage" in Texas. This was done for the effect. He could have done it any day a month before to a month after; but no..........for maximum benefit to Rand he did it in front of all Ron's supporters. Screw Rand. Not trustworthy. He is just like the rest of them.



I've heard this so many times. But I can't find a better Senator or governor who's done more for liberty than Rand. Rand gets more air-time than Ron ever did. Rand's msg is no different from Ron's.

Bottom line: if you're not with Rand and so you say screw Rand. Then who do you like?

I said I don't trust Rand; that is what I said.

You said the rest. I do not trust Rand. Interesting you say "yawn" about this as you have heard it many times.. I have not heard it many times. Nobody will even acknowledge it that I have run into. To me this is the elephant in the room. Apparently he does act in many liberty-minded ways, but that does not mean he can be trusted.

He kicked his Dad; instead of denying this, I should think the community should face this head on and explain just why it is he can be trusted in light of this. In other words, why do you trust him? Why do others? What causes you or others to overlook a major act like kicking Ron in the face given that this website is sort of dedicated to his Dad?

I can see supporting Rand, but not ignoring the fact of his brutal treatment of his Dad, and his supporters for that matter. By not dealing with this it is ignoring who he is at some level.


I believe Rand has Mitch on his knees...

The Republican Party is about to be Rand Paul's party. Not voting with Rand Paul could hurt you down the road. Rand Paul is basically trying to control McConnell here.

If you take a look at McConnell's voting record the past 1.5 years, he's almost all the way, step to step, with Paul's voting record. The only time McConnell turned his back from Paul recently was with the budget (which should be noted). McConnell doesn't have the principles as Rand, but based off what I've seen, I believe there's some deal in place with Rand.

McConnell realized he was in trouble. Rand offered his support in exchange for McConnell's support in the Senate. There's no denying how powerful McConnell is. But there's also no denying where the direction of GOP seems to be headed. If everything keeps going correctly, Rand would basically be able to cut the balls off McConnell down the road if Mitch tries to deviate from the path. This is pure speculation on my part, and just what I've observed over the past couple years.

Check out all

of the "Uncontested" Races in Pennsylvania and Arkansas .

Ron Swanson

bump for some results!

bump for some results!

Today's a signal, not the

Today's a signal, not the beginning or end of an era. We'll see if the electorate is crawling out of hibernation.

voter turnout less than 20%

voter turnout less than 20% in Benton County Oregon as of tonight. But then again 1/3 of people have nothing to vote on since they aren't in a major party.



I live right across the state line in S.C.

I'd love to vote for TMOT but we have our own battle in SC to take down Lindsey Graham... June 10 PRIMARY on that! Go LEE Bright!

Go TMOT!!!!

Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

Got my TMOT bumper sticker on the back of my car...

...and it'll be there when I pull in to vote tomorrow.

Gwinnett County, Georgia

Republican Liberty Caucus of Idaho to conduct Live Coverage

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AND..... Early Runoff Voting

AND..... Early Runoff Voting in Texas, today through Friday May 23rd. Runoff election day May 27th!

I stand with:
Ken Paxton for for Attorney General.
Wayne Christian for Railroad Commissioner.

Bob Hall for State Senate District 2.
Konni Burton for State Senate District 10.

And most importantly:

T.J Fabby for State House District 10.
Philip Eby for State House District 58.


Best of luck!

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Thanks, you will hear all

Thanks, you will hear all about the results soon enough. I hope we get some wins here and elsewhere, I'm tired of #cryingintomybeer

on election nights.




Thanks for the reminder


allegory - ˈalɪg(ə)ri/ - noun - 1. a story, poem, or picture which can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.