Rand Paul Was The Featured Speaker At Theocratic Constitution Party 2009 Rally

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    Talk To Action | Rand Paul Was The Featured Speaker At Theocratic Constitution Party 2009 Rally

    A couple of things to note:

    1.) I've said several times on USMB that one should be weary of Ron and Rand when it comes to the issue of Christianity in politics.

    2.) Seems that Rand Paul was exhausted enough to not go on Meet the Press but had time to go on World Government Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones's show.
     
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    Scary, but not surprising.
     
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    So? Exactly what is so scary?
     
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    So Rand Paul spoke at a Constitution Party event? How horrible.

    Oh, and as for Rand being too exhausted to do "Meet the Press" but energetic enough to go on Alex Jones, Meet the Press was at the end of his primary bid whereas Alex Jones was at the beginning.
     
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    Oh I see, he was pandering for the Conspiracy Theorist vote.

    Do you agree with the Constitution Party's goals there Kevin?
     
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    Unlikely. Alex Jones has been a big supporter of Ron Paul, so Rand probably did the show because of Jones' friendship with his father.

    Not being an overly religious person I don't agree with the platform of the Constitution Party. In 2008 I supported Bob Barr over Chuck Baldwin, even despite Bob Barr insulting Ron Paul and Ron Paul endorsing Baldwin in response. However, I will be voting for a member of the Constitution Party for the first time this November, for Ohio's Attorney General.
     
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    rand baby also had time to do an interview today with Russia's propaganda channel Russia Today this morning.

    seems to me he knows exactly where his 'base' is... government hating conspiracy theorists. lol.

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0510/Discovering_Rand_Paul.html?showall
     
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    As much as I do not like Bob Barr as the Libertarian candidate, certainly better than Chuck Baldwin. Also, you're going to vote for AG someone who's party platform is to take this country back to following the bible practically.

    Constitution Party (United States) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    What kind of Libertarian are you? :cuckoo:
     
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    I'm the kind of libertarian who chooses who to vote for not based on their party affiliation, but by their stand on the issues. Robert Owens is a good guy, and I voted for him in 2008 when he ran as an independent. I have no problem voting for him again just because he's running on the Constitution Party ticket.
     
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    Right, which is why he's also a member on the national council of the John Birch Society.
     

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