Rand Paul's explanation for the Romney endorsement

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    I'm satisfied as to his motivations...Won't get me to vote for Vinnie Vitalis, though.
     
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    Unable at the current time to listen to the interview. Summarize?
     
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    Downloading the interview now.

    I liked this comment from "Jo Bailey":
    EDIT: Rand Paul said he had planned on endorsing the eventual nominee anyway. Said that "Mitt wasn't so bad just look at his mother, she was against the Vietnam war". What's that got to do with anything NOW? :confused:

    Ron Paul didn't "Endorse the eventual nominee anyway" in 2008. I suspect Rand is angling for something in the Mittens Administration.
     
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    Any Paulbot that votes for Obamination is a piece of shit.
     
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    Any Paul supporter can vote for whomever they want.

    still doesnt tell me what Rand gave as his reasoning.
     
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    Don't whine 24/7 about Obamination then help him during the election. :cuckoo:

    Anyone that thinks Romney will be worse than Obamination should be locked away for good.

    Obamination with nothing to lose will go further off the deep end. Obamacare will be put on steroids adding even more people to the handouts list. The EPA and other regulators will drive gas prices to over $5/gallon to force people into walking, riding a bike, or some green car.

    The military will be gutted to pay for more social welfare goodies to keep Democraps in power during the next election, maybe even Obamination's "3rd term" when he and his goons ignore the laws on the books. Treason doesn't bother him so why the hell obey the 2-term limit???

     
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    I like Rand. He has already done some great things in the Senate. Ron Paul supporters really should look at his voting record. He's one of the very few in Congress who stood up against The Patriot Act and NDAA. He fights for Freedom & Liberty. I respect him. Some are just gonna have to get over thinking they'll have the perfect Conservative Candidate. We live in an imperfect world. Sometimes you have to be happy with what you do have. And i'm very happy Ron & Rand Paul are serving in our Congress.
     
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    I agree with you there.
     
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    Yeah unfortunately for some, it's all or nothing. Rand's a good man. He is fighting the good fight in the Senate. Just look at his voting record and Legislation he has sponsored. He really was one of the very few who stood up and fought the NDAA. I really respect the guy. But some just want the perfect Conservative Candidate. It's either the perfect Conservative, or they're out. Rand sounded very reasonable and realistic in this interview. Ron Paul supporters should hear what he has to say. It can't always be all or nothing.
     

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