He's a political genius
He's a wingnut
I suggest this dolt proves his Ron Paul's point perfectly. Without a written constitution, incompetents like this would be running things.
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
I volunteered for Ron Paul. It was great. The amount of support and how he got young people into politics was a good thing. I was a die hard defender against the claims of racism too. That is until I found a video showing him speaking at a neo-confederates rally.
But Paul still had some good ideas. It's too bad Rand Paul is such a friggin' tool.
Ron Paul standing in front of a huge Confederate flag giving a speech.
"I don't believe in evolution."
he did not have a full solution, I explain what I mean on the first paragraph of my web site
I like the guy, he is very likable and I do think that we need voices like his in congress. Just like on the other end of the spectrum we need voices like Bernie Sanders in the Senate. However, that all said, Ron Paul in my opinion is a perfect example of why libertarianism as a cult like belief never works. For all the time he spent in congress, he is probably one of the least effective legislators of the past century. Other than his audit the fed bill, I can't think of anything he ever actually accomplished. What other legislator with the following Ron Paul had, has been so ineffective?
"You're the only person that decides how far you'll go and what you're capable of." - Ben Saunders (Explorer and Endurance Athlete)
He's a lovable genius/wingnut. I voted for him. He's one of the few politicians who seems like he might be a nice guy. Unlike most politicians who tell people what they wanna hear, he's willing to get booed.
If you expect people to be rational, you aren't being rational.