Rand Paul Announces His Candidacy For President


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27 Responses to Rand Paul Announces His Candidacy For President

  1. Scott says:

    Since Senator Paul has voted with and gone on record for President Obama’s policies….why (should this obviously photoshopped) poster surprise anyone?

  2. Scott says:

    Policies on foreign policy that is……:-)

  3. omanuel says:

    Rand Paul is, in my opinion, the best hope for the future.

    • omanuel says:

      Rand Paul must use extreme caution !

      Seventy years (1945-2015) of government deception have destroyed the infrastructure of government. Who can he trust?

      Not the US National Academy of Sciences
      Not the heads of any federal research agencies
      Not the heads of any major universities or research institutions

      He has the almost impossible task of restoring constitutional government to the United States seventy-years after Stalin secretly emerged victorious from the ruins of World War II during a new blackout of events after Nagasaki was bomber on 9 AUG 1945 and before Nations were United on 24 Oct 1945:

      1. Japan exploded an atomic bomb off the East coast of Konan, Korea in Aug 1945

      2. Stalin’s troops captured Japan’s atomic bomb plant at Konan, Korea in Aug 1945

      3. Stalin’s troops shot down and captured the the crew of an American B-29 bomber

      4. Stalin retained Americans for questioning negotiations in Aug – Sept 1945, before

      5. Nations were United on 24 Oct 1945 and worldwide consensus science lied in 1946:
      _ a.) The internal composition of the Sun became hydrogen (H) instead of iron (Fe)
      _ b.) Weizsacker’s flawed nuclear binding energy equation hid the main source of nuclear and solar energy from the public – neutron repulsion in the Sun’s pulsar core

      • omanuel says:

        To show the public that they are honest, heads of

        1. The US National Academy of Sciences
        2. NASA and other Federal Research Agencies
        3. Major universities and research institutions, and
        4. Once prestigious research journals like Nature & Science

        Are publicly invited to address nine pages of precise experimental data that refute their Standard Models of Nuclei & Stars:

        See: “Teacher’s Supplement to Solar Energy”

        Click to access Supplement.pdf

    • omanuel says:

      Privately or publicly, Dr. Rand Paul should ask the President of the National Academy of Sciences, Dr. Ralph Cicerone, WHY:

      1. The internal composition of the Sun was changed from mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to mostly hydrogen (H) in 1946, . . . (without discussion or debate)?

      2. Physics textbooks replaced Nobel Laureate Francis W. Aston’s rigorously valid “nuclear packing fraction” with von Weizsacker’s convincing but deceptive
      “nuclear binding energy” after the Second World War?

      The answer will tell Dr. Paul if the NAS is willing to switch sides and help him restore the integrity of the US government.

      Click to access WHY.pdf

  4. gator69 says:

    I just hope Rand doesn’t listen to his handlers, and speaks his mind. We don’t need another mealy mouthed candidate.

    He should announce his cabinet ASAP, starting with John Bolton as Secretary of State.

    • bleakhouses says:

      How about a few appearances with Jon Huntsman to really get the juices flowing?

      • gator69 says:

        If you mean Jon Huntsman Sr, I would be excited…

        Jon Meade Huntsman, Sr. (born June 21, 1937) is an American businessman and philanthropist. He is the founder of the Huntsman Chemical Corporation, the largest manufacturer of polystyrene in the United States. Huntsman plastics are used in a wide variety of familiar objects, including McDonald’s clamshell burger containers and L’eggs pantyhose egg shells. Huntsman Corporation also manufactures a wide variety of organic and inorganic chemicals that include polyurethanes, textiles and pigments. Huntsman’s philanthropic giving exceeds $1.2 billion, focusing on the areas of cancer research, programs at various universities and aid to Armenia.


        That is a man I highly respect, and he would get my vote.

        • Lynn Clark says:

          Jon Huntsman, Sr. has also publicly announced his intention to give away his entire financial fortune before he dies.

          And I agree with John Bolton as SecState.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Just like always, the large number of conservatives will divide the vote in the primaries and tear each other to shreds. Meanwhile an “establishment” candidate like Jeb Bush will emerge, putting everyone into a deep coma. Yuck!

    • Disillusioned says:

      Yep. Watch the MSM get behind him.

      Nothing will stop the omnipotent globalist agenda. And they’ll keep using puppets on both sides of the aisle whilst stealing our money and liberties. 😦

  6. SMS says:

    I like Rand Paul on most domestic issues. I’m not sure his foreign policies have been vetted completely. He could be made a laughing stock if he doesn’t get on board with a strong military.

    • gator69 says:

      That is why is would be smart to announce his cabinet early, and that is also why I suggested John Bolton as Secretary of State.

      • The only place Bolton needs to be is an insane asylum. Having anything to do with Bolton will lose the election for Paul.

        • gator69 says:

          Even against this extreme lefty, rude and interrupting interrogation, Bolton made perfect sense.

          The interrogator brings up an opposing republican viewpoint from the least supported republican candidate in history. Bolton points this out as well the fact that the interrogator was wrong about the US authorization to go into Iraq. Bolton was hardly given a chance to answer gothcha questions, and yet still showed this rude British Sally that Obama’s policies have led to less stability in the region. This interview is from 2011, and history has shown Bolton was right, and Obama was wrong. The Arab Spring to which the British Sally refers has turned into mass killings of Christians in the region, and the very idea that bombing Iran would start a ‘regional war’ is laughable. When has that region not been at war?

          The Brits are to blame for much of the last century’s warfare due to the Sykes–Picot Agreement (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sykes%E2%80%93Picot_Agreement), but note how that question never came up.

          As Bolton correctly points out, in 2009 Obama had the chance to assist the Iranian people in overthrowing the government in Iran, and went golfing instead, leading to mass killings of democratic protesters as Iran paraded a sham of an election.

          North Korea also promised a democrat president that they would not develop nuclear weapons, and has since tested nuclear bombs, with Iranian technicians on hand.

          The rude interrogator then uses one unknown CIA agent to claim the US overstepped the line on interrogation, while Bolton correctly points out that teams of attorneys and experts carefully oversaw operations. Some people call waterboarding inhumane, but in fact our own military personnel are subjected to this technique to prepare them for enemy interrogations. Do you really think the Joint Chiefs of Staff would approve of ‘torturing’ our own soldiers?

          You are obviously the party that belongs in a straight jacket. If you are an American, you are deluded and need to stop it with the MSM brainwashing. Bolton is clearly interested in protecting Americans and our interests.

          The UN is a failure, just like the League of Nations it replaced. Allowing terrorist and tyrannical regimes the same voting rights as free states is suicidal at best.

          Now let’s hear how appeasement has worked out for us in the Middle East, an area that has been at war for 1400 years…


          You cannot negotiate with someone whose ultimate goal is your death.

      • Andy Mirlach says:

        And Less Grossman for Sec Def? Love how he “negotiates” with terrorists!

  7. gator69 says:

    I wonder how Rand’s picks have fared?

    Mitt Romney’s bracket crushes Obama’s

    Mitt Romney’s bracket isn’t busted.

    While the prospects for President Barack Obama’s NCAA championship pick died over the weekend with Wisconsin’s upset of the previously undefeated University of Kentucky Wildcats, his old rival’s basketball bracket is doing well. Quite well.

    In fact, Romney correctly picked Duke to play Wisconsin in Monday night’s NCAA men’s basketball championship game (which starts at 9:18 p.m. eastern time).
    Back in 2012, Romney, battling to become the Republican Party’s nominee for president, declined to fill out a bracket.

    “I’m not plugged in well enough this year to do that,” he said at the time.
    This year, in addition to getting the Final Four correct, Romney also predicted six of the eight teams in the Elite Eight, missing only Notre Dame and Gonzaga (he opted for Kansas and Iowa State instead).

    He has scored better than 99.8 percent of people in the ESPN bracket pool, according to his bracket shared with The Huffington Post, good for 25,485th place out of more than 11 million.
    Meanwhile, Obama sits in 6,918,578th place on ESPN, in the 40th percentile.


    Amazing! But then there are actual referees in basketball, and certain teams are not allowed extra foul shots.

    • Not fair. You can’t compare a relaxed, staged photo with a snapshot of a furious First Lady who just uncovered schoolchildren in possession of unauthorized hamburgers.

      • Disillusioned says:

        That First Lady’s husband appointed an ex-Monsanto lawyer to head the USDA, the regulatory agency that is in the practice of accepting Monsanto’s safety studies, and then deregulating Monsanto’s seeds, which have been genetically engineered to be resistant to greater concentrations of pesticides and herbicide applications – chemicals which are also products made and sold by Monsanto.

        The irony… wait for it….

        The First Lady does not allow GMO foods to be prepared or served at the White House.

      • These particular schoolchildren happened to smuggle into the school cafeteria certified organic but federally unlicensed hamburgers.

        First Lady Rebuts Effort to Weaken School-Lunch Rules

        Michelle Obama turned uncharacteristically political on Tuesday, pushing back against a measure pending in the Republican-controlled House that would let some schools opt out of federal dietary standards for school lunches.

        Mr. Kass, who is also a White House chef, said that schools should not be able to opt out of food standards any more than students should be allowed to opt out of math class.


        So there.

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