Stand With Rand

  • ohiograppler

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    Jun 02, 2015 2:38 AM GMT
    Who else supports Rand Paul in 2016?
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 02, 2015 3:00 AM GMT
    I might consider supporting him. Right now it is too early to decide who to follow especially on the republican side where they have almost 20 potential candidates versus only three candidates on the democratic side.
  • bobbobbob

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    Jun 02, 2015 3:48 AM GMT
    I've been reading a bit about him but I'm not committing to anyone yet. Looking at all the candidates overall there are about six you couldn't pay me to vote for. I quit jinxing candidates by supporting one this early. I was burned real bad for the last time in 2012 by getting involved in the campaign for one who burned out fast after a scandal popped up. Too many variables are still out.

    Rand may make it into the primary if no one finds the home porn he made in college with four coeds, a tank of helium and a pony.

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    Jun 02, 2015 4:09 AM GMT
    ohiograppler saidWho else supports Rand Paul in 2016?


    Rand Paul and Ted Cruz would cause me to think about voting for a Democrat and that's only happened twice in my life. George S and Diane.
  • bobbobbob

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    Jun 02, 2015 5:12 AM GMT
    freedomisntfree said
    ohiograppler saidWho else supports Rand Paul in 2016?


    Rand Paul and Ted Cruz would cause me to think about voting for a Democrat and that's only happened twice in my life. George S and Diane.


    ^^^^^
    Carter and who else?
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jun 02, 2015 4:32 PM GMT
    freedomisntfree said
    ohiograppler saidWho else supports Rand Paul in 2016?


    Rand Paul and Ted Cruz would cause me to think about voting for a Democrat and that's only happened twice in my life. George S and Diane.
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    Jun 02, 2015 6:17 PM GMT
    bobbobbob said
    freedomisntfree said
    ohiograppler saidWho else supports Rand Paul in 2016?


    Rand Paul and Ted Cruz would cause me to think about voting for a Democrat and that's only happened twice in my life. George S and Diane.


    ^^^^^
    Carter and who else?


    George Carter?

    The late George S McGovern and Diane Feinstein.

    You didn't really mean Jimmy Carter did you? I worked for the Gerry Ford campaign who I thought was as decent a man as we've ever had as president.
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    Jun 02, 2015 6:19 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    freedomisntfree said
    ohiograppler saidWho else supports Rand Paul in 2016?


    Rand Paul and Ted Cruz would cause me to think about voting for a Democrat and that's only happened twice in my life. George S and Diane.
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    Not uncertain at all. There's NOT a chance I'll vote for him.

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    Jun 02, 2015 7:33 PM GMT
    Rand Paui?
    No, I'm sorry, the last time we elected a mentally ill man as President, he turned out (not surprisingly) to be the worst President of all time. Nope, no more Reagans, not ever.
  • tj85016

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    Jun 02, 2015 10:33 PM GMT
    Sharkspeare saidRand Paui?
    No, I'm sorry, the last time we elected a mentally ill man as President, he turned out (not surprisingly) to be the worst President of all time. Nope, no more Reagans, not ever.


    lol, Ronnie was a mess
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    Jun 04, 2015 1:03 PM GMT
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    Sharkspeare saidRand Paui?
    No, I'm sorry, the last time we elected a mentally ill man as President, he turned out (not surprisingly) to be the worst President of all time. Nope, no more Reagans, not ever.

    lol, Ronnie was a mess

    And his wife even messier. The Imperious Nancy, who consulted with astrologers before advising Ronnie what to do. So that US policy was guided by Astrology and Alzheimer's. I'll omit Adultery, because Ronnie's cheating with Nancy while still married to his first wife happened before he entered politics. At least it qualified him as a bonafide Republican politician.
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    Jun 04, 2015 1:20 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    tj85016 said
    Sharkspeare saidRand Paui?
    No, I'm sorry, the last time we elected a mentally ill man as President, he turned out (not surprisingly) to be the worst President of all time. Nope, no more Reagans, not ever.

    lol, Ronnie was a mess

    And his wife even messier. The Imperious Nancy, who consulted with astrologers before advising Ronnie what to do. So that US policy was guided by Astrology and Alzheimer's. I'll omit Adultery, because Ronnie's cheating with Nancy while still married to his first wife happened before he entered politics. At least it qualified him as a bonafide Republican politician.


    So Republicans politician are adulterers, but Democrats aren't? I hear that '42' had a few things going on after he entered politics. Is that true?
  • tj85016

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    Jun 04, 2015 5:57 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    tj85016 said
    Sharkspeare saidRand Paui?
    No, I'm sorry, the last time we elected a mentally ill man as President, he turned out (not surprisingly) to be the worst President of all time. Nope, no more Reagans, not ever.

    lol, Ronnie was a mess

    And his wife even messier. The Imperious Nancy, who consulted with astrologers before advising Ronnie what to do. So that US policy was guided by Astrology and Alzheimer's. I'll omit Adultery, because Ronnie's cheating with Nancy while still married to his first wife happened before he entered politics. At least it qualified him as a bonafide Republican politician.


    it was even scarier that that Art, the Reagan experiment was a very important part of American history:

    lets draft a good looking, pliable, absolute fucking moron with a teleprompter and a speech writer (Peggy Noonan & Ken Khachigian), and see how far we can ride him

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    Jun 04, 2015 9:49 PM GMT
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    tj85016 said
    Sharkspeare saidRand Paui?
    No, I'm sorry, the last time we elected a mentally ill man as President, he turned out (not surprisingly) to be the worst President of all time. Nope, no more Reagans, not ever.

    lol, Ronnie was a mess

    And his wife even messier. The Imperious Nancy, who consulted with astrologers before advising Ronnie what to do. So that US policy was guided by Astrology and Alzheimer's. I'll omit Adultery, because Ronnie's cheating with Nancy while still married to his first wife happened before he entered politics. At least it qualified him as a bonafide Republican politician.

    Most people without impaired faculties, which of course excludes you, understand that adultery is committed by people of different political affiliations. Your attempt to associate it with Republicans demonstrates you completely lack critical thinking. If you were smarter you would be more selective, but because of your impaired faculties and obvious psychological issues, your attempts are so crude they are laughable.

    Following documents JFK adulterous actions, as an example for the adults in the room. Sorry Arty, that excludes you.

    As the Rometsch case demonstrates, Kennedy’s unrestrained sexual appetite threatened his personal and political safety. It also alienated some of the men who were assigned to protect him. Larry Newman remembered the “morale problems” that the president’s indiscretions caused among his fellow Secret Service agents. “You were on the most elite assignment in the Secret Service, and you were there watching an elevator or a door because the president was inside with two hookers,” said Newman. “It just didn’t compute. Your neighbors and everybody thought you were risking your life, and you were actually out there to see that he’s not disturbed while he’s having an interlude in the shower with two gals from Twelfth Avenue.” Newman also remembered joking with his colleagues about which one of them would testify on Capitol Hill if and when “the president received harm or was killed in the room by these two women.” Kennedy had affairs with scores of other women, including two White House interns nicknamed “Fiddle” and “Faddle,” Pamela Turnure (Jackie’s personal secretary, whom JFK had conveniently encouraged her to hire), and Mary Meyer, a prominent Georgetown artist who was the “niece of Gifford Pinchot, the conservationist and Teddy Roosevelt’s chief forester.” JFK probably also had an affair with Marilyn Monroe. Although Kennedy’s strongest supporters have denied the relationship, pointing out there is no absolute proof, the behavior fit the president’s pattern, and he had opportunities to pursue it. Both Kennedy and Monroe discussed the encounters with friends, and they were in at least one secluded place together.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2013/10/16/john-f-kennedys-final-days-reveal-a-man-who-craved-excitement/