but hey, you can always go back to the democratic wing from where you came.
Just about every GOP candidate is for increasing defense spending even Rand Paul.
2016 GOP Hopefuls Call For Boost in Defense Spending | Washington Free BeaconPotential Republican presidential candidates in 2016 have all endorsed a more robust defense budget in recent days in a hawkish turn for the party, but differences still linger on how to address some world crises.
Prospective candidates Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) and Gov. Bobby Jindal (R., La.) spoke at a Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) forum on Wednesday, while Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.) discussed national security issues at a Wall Street Journal CEO Council’s meeting on Tuesday. All three backed increases in defense spending amid steep budget cuts, effectively endorsing the GOP’s role as the party of national defense. Some members had flirted with targeting the Pentagon to trim budget deficits after election victories in 2010.
Cruz said the defense cuts known as sequestration are “having a serious, deleterious effect on our ability to defend our nation,” though he noted that the Pentagon’s budget is “not immune from congressional pork.” Even Paul, who had previously expressed a desire to reduce defense spending and has generally advocated for a more noninterventionist foreign policy, said he would support a larger defense budget if cuts could be found elsewhere.
GOPs will continue to remind us of 'Teflon Don' Rand Paul and his past statements.
The battle isn't between DEMs and GOPs, it's between AANs and TEAs--as we see on the airwaves right now.
Which of course is why the House is impotent, incompetent, and immobile.
As for your party, I could vote for Kasich, Paul and Bush against HRC with these odds--50/50 Kasich--33/67 Paul--25/75 Bush.
Do you support bombing Iran for which Cotton has openly called?
And what do you think of the Green Papers ?
Chemists Have Solutions .