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Just:

Paul isn't a conservative, he is a libertarian.

Besides that; he is very much a nut case. He believes in some libertarian fantasy land where the people who are allowed to become impoverished wouldn't rise up in violent revolt, or a voter rebellion by voting into office radical liberals.

Which by the way, the radical liberals are voted into office, only because you and your party would have no bottom to society. This is why you are trying to attack the vote with one restriction after another; or enable states to regain powers which they abused to silence opposition by way of attacking the ability to vote.

There exist no good reason why anyone anywhere has go to wait in line to vote. (beyond 30 minutes) if such lines exist, you must hire more poll watchers and open more places to vote, end of story.

The actions of the south are still racist, those lines existed mostly in southern states. (no line ought to leave the building) any excuse as to why someone had to wait in a line which wrapped around the building is just that, an excuse by a racist.

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Rand Paul is one of the only true American conservatives,, and that pisses all the left off,,,Get over it because its just starting.

Mickey.

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Irrelevant...my point was simply Rand Paul is a mental case

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Well it came from your one of your far left people.

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It eludes to Rand paul...and I am just pointing out he is mentally ill, and those who follow and quote him could use a rise on the short bus to the looney bin themselves...he's a whack job...just like you

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Rand Paul did not say this. Read the post slower so you can understand what you read.

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Rand Paul is mentally ill

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This friend and ally of Obama practically begs the president not to remain on the wrong side of history. “The American people have the right to know the laws they live under. In addition to allowing Congress to properly fulfill its oversight duties, the administration should make available to the public the criteria justifying the targeted killing of Americans and the safeguards put in place to protect against wrongful death." "This level of transparency is important for our democracy and for governments around the globe. The United States is not the only country with drone technology. We are not the only country with the ability to deploy cyberweapons. We are not the only country grappling with how to apply the rule of law — and the laws of war — when the nature of conflict has changed dramatically, and in a short time.” Podesta’s stern indictment ends with a reminder that March 16 is the birthday of James Madison, the founding father most associated with the requirement for transparency and accountability in government. “Mark it, Mr. President, by upholding the promise of openness and transparency you made in your State of the Union address last month.” Rand Paul couldn’t have said it any better.

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When you’re President Obama and you're lambasted by Clinton-era White House Chief of Staff John Podesta, it’s far past time to give Congress the rules and justification for killing U.S. citizens without due process.

“Give them up, Mr. President,” Podesta wrote in a scathing op-ed on drone warfare published in The Washington Post today. Podesta is no Rand Paul, the libertarian GOP senator from Kentucky whose 13-hour marathon forced the secretive Obama administration to concede, grudgingly, that a U.S. president can’t target American citizens on U.S. soil for drone attacks. Podesta is not merely a journalist wondering why Obama has broken his promise to run the most transparent administration in history (“Secret Memos Expose Obama’s Double Standard on Targeted Killings”). Podesta is chairman of the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank that essentially is a shadow wing of the Obama administration. The group was a Democratic government-in-exile during the Bush administration and helped Obama fill thousands of political jobs in the federal government. He knows his stuff. He knows Obama. He knows the stakes. “We cannot lead,” Podesta wrote, “if the American people are kept in the dark.” Podesta methodically undercuts every conceivable argument against transparency. “I say this as a former White House chief of staff who understands the instinct to keep sensitive information secret and out of public view. It is beyond dispute that some information must be closely held to protect national security and to engage in effective diplomacy, and that unauthorized disclosure can be extraordinarily harmful. But protecting technical means, human sources, operational details and intelligence methods cannot be an excuse for creating secret law to guide our institutions." “In refusing to release to Congress the rules and justifications governing a program that has conducted nearly 400 unmanned drone strikes and killed at least three Americans in the past four years, President Obama is ignoring the system of checks and balances that has governed our country from its earliest days. And in keeping this information from the American people, he is undermining the nation’s ability to be a leader on the world stage and is acting in opposition to the democratic principles we hold most important.”

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Behold the future of war.

ht tp://doodiepants.c om/2009/08/02/top-5-badass-military-robots-that-kill-people-and-blow-stuff-up/

There will be no more need to recruit soldiers for war. We will build them, air drop them into the terrorist held cities and blast them.

ht tp://w ww.youtube.co m/watch?v=WeON54DhMW4

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