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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-05-2009, 03:08 PM Thread Starter
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Rand Paul announces candidacy for US senator from Kentucky

Just saw it on Neil Cavuto
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Here is some basic information, it looks toned down from his dad's stances and that is a good thing. He is also not a lifelong politician like his dad.

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I heard an interview with him on Glenn Beck radio show. He really got my attention with what he had to say. I hope he can walk the walk too.



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I heard an interview with him on Glenn Beck radio show. He really got my attention with what he had to say. I hope he can walk the walk too.
Hopefully he only inherited the good ways of thinking from his father.
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Any reason why we can't skip Senator and just put him in the White House?

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Any reason why we can't skip Senator and just put him in the White House?
Easy there champ. That's already been done in recent history, and look how that guy has turned out.
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Hopefully he only inherited the good ways of thinking from his father.

Agreed I like a lot of stuff dad says but sometimes he goes WAAAY out there.



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Cool.. I'm adding him to the list of people to vote for next year. Now we just need about 99 more like him.

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