Rand Paul, to me, wants to eliminate parts of the government solely due to his quasilibertarian ideology, regardless of how effective those government programs might me or what would end up replacing them.
"Less government and more freedom" is little more than a campaign slogan. And the whole "FOUNDERS WHARRRGARBL" thing is kinda meaningless too, unless you think we should live every aspect of our lives as they were imagined nearly 250 years ago.
Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.
Not a chance. Just another Republican pundit.
TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT. (also, perhaps, General Mattis for President).
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It would depend on whether or not he is going to run on a true libertarian platform or not. If he decides to run as a Tea Partier, then I think I'll stick with voting for the LP candidate.
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I'd like to for the reason that he is by far the politician with the highest level of concern for civil liberties in America, but, then I look at everything else he says and believes in and that's when he goes from a yes to a no.