Why Rand Paul is wrong and proving like his dad the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree


Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist

My comments are sure to irritate some of the readers of this site, but please hear me out after viewing the video below.

Another interesting point to ponder is why are those ready to kill the next Mozart against Capital Punishment?

While I’m against abortion, all the nonsense about Congress has the right to decide and choose sickens me.

Rand Paul is on the side of all conservative issues where he can raise money. Apparently his daddy never taught him about saving his ammunition for the war ahead rather than a skirmish.

This is not the time to bring up the abortion issue, when the future of not just the unborn but the entire country will be hanging in the balance?

Think about it Senator, Repealing and replacing Obama Care, signing contracts to build the Key Stone Pipeline, removing agencies, that make the private sector unable to compete.  Lowering taxes across the board. Accomplish these in which order you choose will begin to turn this sinking ship around.

In doing so, we drive a stake into the heart of the progressive/socialist/Marxist movement by showing them once and for all,  they didn’t need to raise taxes, they needed to raise tax payers.  It’s that simple, that not one among them can show a state that has taxed itself into prosperity. 

Personally I’d like the government out of a woman’s body completely,  Defund  “No Planned Parent Hood.” If  government feels compelled to be there than it must be a states rights issue.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

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3 responses to “Why Rand Paul is wrong and proving like his dad the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

  1. I agree with you, Jim. First things first and Mitt needs to turn up the heat and act like a strong man. I haven’t seen anything from him yet but a mild mannered rich man and I don’t want to see him go down like the last election. Obama is such a good target and Mitt is not taking advantage of it. He needs to fight like a “girl” maybe. We can get pretty tough when need be.

  2. Talent is cheap. A hundred potential Mozarts (living) hang it up every day and go get drunk instead.

  3. I’d like to see government uninvolved in a woman’s body too. It goes with Obama courting female voters but it is really insulting that after so much education in a modern society, we need a nanny government. Are they turning us into Muslims where we can’t turn a corner without checking with government first?

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