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Suddenly Silent

SUDDENLY SILENT
is the headline at Huffington Post "Politics" section along with a photo of Rand Paul.
Supporters may want to chime in at the article since it's fairly brutal. Rand has said in the past Obama should go to congress first on Iraq, however we all know the Patriot act has made that meaningless. Rand has said we should follow the constitution, but he also said recently he would not necessarily rule out airstrikes. Here's the article, and a link I found on the "Liberty Movement's" stance.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/11/rand-paul-iraq_n_56...

http://ivn.us/2014/08/11/iraq-airstrikes-liberty-movement-sa...



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When Huffpost hates you...

you're doing something right.

Done before he started

The enemy of this nation don't want Rand Paul even if he trys to act like them in his support of IzUnReal and Mitt Romney.

The liberty folk who know and see what Rand is will never ever support Rand Paul for president. Are we that stupid? He endorsed Mitt over his own father at a critical time. He wont get another chance to back stab me.

The elections are stupidly rigged beyond anyone's belief that a vote is counted. The media is a whore for Rothschild. No folks Rand Paul is not your savior and will never ever ever have a chance to sit in Barry Satoro's White house.

Change will come, and soon.

sovereign

I think Rand is done

There are already several flip-flops and gaffes - he doesn't have the hardcore Neocons and definitely will not motivate Obama voters. Hell, he doesn't even have all of his father's voters, including me at this point. Too bad he turned his back on us and "played politics", it did so much good.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain

True, when people vote at the

True, when people vote at the end of this year for President, these "gaffes" aka MSM anti-Liberty talking points are going to be fresh in their minds. What's that you say? The next President's not elected until 2016? Then probably any declarative statements about Rand Paul are at least a year premature.

Understandable sarcasm

However, the MSM brought up the "racist newsletters" right before the primaries both times with Ron Paul. Do you honestly think they won't do the same? Plus, there will be some big events happening in the next year and half, and I have no hesitation to predict that the MSM will be against any liberty position, even a Rand Paul "halfway liberty" compromise.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain

don't visit

Huffington Post = say any crap to get readers and make money.

No readers, no bullshit news.

Stop going there, every visit adds to them existing.

I disagree

As Ben Swann pointed out it is smart to read everything, not just the pieces that confirm your own beliefs. Challenge yourself. Read it all.

Well said sir. peAce

Well said sir.

peAce

Liberty = Responsibility