Break Out Session: Rand Paul Speech During Trump’s Kentucky Rally…

It would appear that Senator Rand Paul has embraced the MAGA movement.  But seriously… As Godzilla Trump stomps down decades-old constructs of corrupt political enterprise, Senator Paul holds firm to key positions that are essential for the MAGA drive for freedom and individual liberty.

President Trump is the battle axe that makes Senator Rand Paul’s dreams possible.

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157 Responses to Break Out Session: Rand Paul Speech During Trump’s Kentucky Rally…

  1. Citizen 817 says:

    That was a terrific warm up speech to the rally.

    Liked by 32 people

  2. Red Tsunami! says:

    SD, Rand Paul made the speech of the last 5 rallies. Rand said “PDJT grows on you.”

    Thanks for posting. And for PDJT’s great impersonation of Al Capone.

    Liked by 21 people

  3. I’ve learned to love Rand Paul and truly appreciate his support of our Lion.

    Liked by 19 people

  4. solomonpal says:

    I don’t recall if he was tough on him in the debate? Was he?

    Liked by 2 people

  5. CopperTop says:

    Who knew I was supposed to actually consider him as a candidate last go around? Thankful the CTH makes all things MAGA crystal clear.

    Ima slow learner butnota lois lerner so there’s help for me after all.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. technerd55 says:

    Paul and McConnell at the rally… Is this the merger of Trump with the establishment GOP? Or is it a temporary truce for the sake of the midterms? I tend to think it is the latter.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Alternatives abound. But most likely their support of our VSG Lion POTUS DJT is merely the downstream effects of a hostile takeover by him of the failed brand known as the Republican Party. Americans are Trumpians now.

      Liked by 20 people

      • sedge2z says:

        It’s a miracle.
        Either POTUS energizes everyone in a positive MAGA way, or demons fly out of people’s minds like an exorcism.

        Liked by 10 people

      • MALTHUS says:

        You offer an interesting insight as to the Trump strategy. It looks to be credible if this Forbes quote is any guide: “Remember that the key to any brand or rebrand is to craft a message that speaks honestly to the target audience while staying true to the values and direction the company envisions for future growth. Your brand is your being. Make it count!”

        This helps to explain why Trump works hard to keep his campaign promises.

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        • This is why the *resist* bots are so foolish and ineffective in contrast to our Lion. They say, tear it down! while he says, “renovate!”

          Look at what he did over and over and over again for distressed properties.

          Seems his talent for redemption may just be the one gift Patriots didn’t even know could work so well for our beloved country.

          Liked by 8 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Rand Paul is bot establishment GOP. McConnell is benefiting from helping Trump get Kavanaugh confirmed.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Jimmy Jack says:

        *not

        Liked by 7 people

        • rashomon says:

          Whoa! I was really trying to figure out the “bot” business as, these days, it can make some sense. However, your correction is more appropriate to Paul’s positions. He is behind a smaller, less invasive, more defined government that doesn’t stray from the intent of the original U.S. Constitution and puts more responsibility on the individual to address their own needs.

          We have strayed so very far from these ideals that he sometimes has a difficult job describing his vision, but I think he and PDJT make a great team, especially for auditing the Federal Reserve, then dissolving it. Does it need replacing with a bank that will better serve the Citizens vs. the Globalists? Perhaps, but every single department or agency creates a huge bureaucracy that keeps the elected wmployees further away from their employers — We the People.

          After the Fed, they can start down the list of alphabet agencies, assessing their true value vs. cost, whether they simply serve as pay-to-play, and take actions to eliminate, merge or redefine their mission with a leaner and meaner staff. I’m sure Paul would love to head that committee.

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      • steph_gray says:

        Oh my goodness – Rand Paul is not now and never has been a bot! The only flaw he has, as noted above, is that he doesn’t know how to win by getting 98% of a principle instead of continuing to fight for a lousy 2% and losing. Perfect is the enemy of the good.

        If he is coming around to MAGA it is great news.

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    • technerd55, I don’t think there will ever be a merger of President Trump with establishment GOP, but I do think that establishment GOP will eventually merger with President Trump post the mid-term red tsunami.

      I have been wrong before and I do not understand politics so will not be surprised if I am wrong on this. But I am sure of one thing – President Trump will not merge with establishment GOP at the cost of MAGA or his supporters / fans.

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  7. Non=combative. says:

    I’ve always appreciated Rand Paul’s libertarian views especially in regard to facilitating the US war machine. He was spot on in his criticism of extended military actions around the world while military expenditures were being cut. End result was failures in Iraq, Afghanistan etc and now were are having to finance a $700 billion military revamp. $700 billion added to the US debt.

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    • I’m with the Lion.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Dutchman says:

      IIRC, he was also one of the VERY FEW, raising objections to the Patriot Act 2.0, including the FISA court. His objections were its unconstitutional, violates personal liberties, and will INEVITABLY LEAD TO ABUSE.

      THINK about that, with what we now know. He is a loud, clear voice in opposition to the ‘neo-cons’, and a valuable, consistent and honorable ally of the President.

      And, he is one of the few who has personally experienced, like scalia, jordan, and now mcconnell and cruz, the insanity of the left. Unlike Graham, I have no concerns about R.P. going forward, as hes not a fair weather friend.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Jimmy Jack says:

        You’re absolutely right. It was Rand Paul who was raising hell and waving the warning flag on the Patriot Act, FISA, NSA, warrant less surveillance etc. And he was RIGHT over a decade before others caught on.

        I suspect he knows exactly what’s going on with the deep state. I’d guess he’s learned a lot from his Dad.

        I also think Rand Paul has street sense others don’t. He knows what crimes they’re engaged with.

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    • glenndc says:

      A fraction of the controllable budget, fluctuates between 15%-20% and more in times of war. Unbudgeted programmatic obligations are what is killing us (Annually maybe as much as three times the visible budget). The amount of money being spent providing social services to illegals and refugees actually is a significant fraction of several agency budgets, and etc. Now go find me a congress critter that will kill funding for benefits to illegals and refugees… Houston has more than a quarter million ‘south asian’ ‘refugees’ the vast majority of whom get WIC, housing assistance, utilities assistance, and etc. Meanwhile, A friend of mine has a brother who is a veteran, schizophrenic and homeless, and can’t get anything resembling what these ‘refugees’ get.

      Go figure…

      Liked by 7 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I wish I could like this 100x.

      This makes me wonder if Rand’s recent comments about Trump becoming increasingly non interventionist helps explain Trump’s most recent comments about Mattis’ potential WH exit and how Mattis is likely a Democrat. It would make sense if so.

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      • rashomon says:

        I don’t think PDJT has ever been an interventionist, but did inherit a government bent on leading the Globalist NWO and has to retreat slowly in order to keep the reckless from causing havoc. Mattis does not appear to be a war monger, but a leader very intent on having the best and the brightest military to serve his country. His pending departure is just another one of those media strategies to collect headlines about the failures of the Trump administration. Our president handled Ms. Stahl, a member of the CFR and doyenne of CBS news, with respect, but squashed her intent effort to nail The Big Story. No dummy is he.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      On the get rid of foreign war platform, RAND for DoD.

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  8. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    How many politicians, let alone people have had the opportunity to speak in front of a crowd of thousands of True American Patriots?

    It would be a once in a life time feeling of togetherness with the America. With American patriots.

    Once one experiences this one cannot help but to want to be part of the movement. The Make American Great Again movement.

    Well, Senator….how does it feel?

    Welcome to the Train……………..Time to do the “Happy Dance”….get past the first 30 seconds….then

    Let’s Dance…..

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  9. mireilleg says:

    He was great but I kept thinking he was on his way to audition for Santa’s elf position. I like him, I don’t always agree with him but he often has good points and seems like a person with i tegrity.

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  10. GB Bari says:

    Rand gives a very convincing speech in support of some MAGA policies. Conspicuously absent were: illegal immigration & the Wall, reset of trade agreements via tariff-incentivized renegotiations, extensive government corruption (i.e., the Swamp).

    But the cup being half-full with Rand is a great start!

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  11. YvonneMarie says:

    Agreed Sundance !

    Liked by 3 people

  12. free73735 says:

    Paul’s wife was on the Huckabee show last week. She also mentioned she sleeps with a gun!

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Steve in Greensboro says:

    I’ve always been a Rand Paul fan (and his Dad). His failure to fully embrace our God-Emperor has been a disappointment to me, but he has washed away that problem for me.

    I guess six broken ribs will tend to focus a man’s mind.

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  14. Rand what were you talking about?
    Knew Speaker of House…
    Maybe he was just prodding VSGPDJT

    Liked by 1 person

  15. SW Richmond says:

    If I had talent I would make a video of Trumpzilla stomping through Dem cities with houses labeled with dem socialist programs like obummercare etc, with this background music:
    Blue Oyster Cult

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  16. Anonymous says:

    Paul and Trump have been together on two major issues:

    1. Stopping the invite everyone/invade everyone neoliberal war machine. (Opposing Iraq War.)

    and

    2. Limiting government spying on Americans and violations of the Constitution.

    Both of these areas were ones where Paul (and Trump) were going a different direction than the Republican party (or the Clinton wing of the Democrat party). And Rand was onboard with that well before Trump.

    Paul is more libertarian on trade and government spending, but so what. Not everyone will be on board with you 100%. You have to find allies on the issues where you have allies. Reagan said someone who is 80% with you and 20% against you is not your 20% enemy, he is your 80% friend.

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  17. swissik says:

    Thanks for posting the speech, as I had missed the entire event. Having been a Ron Paul devotee I liked Rand from day one. It was somewhat disturbing that he chose to get on board with a delay but I was confident that he would see the light eventually.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Super Elite says:

      It would be disturbing to me if Rand Paul had jumped on the bandwagon without giving due consideration to everything. It takes a good man to …
      Test all things; hold fast what is good. 1 Thessalonians 5:21

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  18. AndrewJackson says:

    I initially supported Rand for president but quickly switched to Trump when I realized he was the real deal and wasn’t going to take liberal attacks lying down. Ron Paul woke me up in 2007, so it gives me a smile to see Rand going whole hog MAGA!

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  19. Gayle says:

    I was in the arena!! Rand Paul was FANTASTIC and the crowd loved his remarks. They were all on a bit of time restraint the POTUS was 25 minutes late which was unusual. Rand was enthusiastic and he told several supporters there that he could have spoken for an hour about POTUS agenda etc

    I think POTUS has a big plan for Rand Paul …. their energy together on stage was effective

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  20. Rand was my pick before Mr Trump entered the race. He is way off on border security though.
    Everything else he is pretty good. McCain hated him as well so there’s that.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Super Elite says:

    Love me some Rand Paul.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Like

  23. Today was John James – Stabenow debate in Michigan.
    Apparently he did very well and the latest poll had her lead halfed! +9 with a skewed poll.
    Stabenow looked bad.

    John James needs more exposure! He is a star!
    Another Debate upcoming and an event with Kid Rock!
    https://johnjamesforsenate.com/
    “Join Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle and Kid Rock rally in support of combat veteran John James for US Senate on Wednesday, October 17 at 6pm. Get your tickets now!”

    Liked by 6 people

  24. railer says:

    Rand’s a good guy, and Trump is clearly listening to him. I like that combo. Half the Swamp senators aren’t worth a moment of Trump’s time, but he seems to be doing business with the ones who are.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Tom H says:

    Rand loves that Ozzie Nelson sweater.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. BSR says:

    Really cool of Rand to go and represent with nothing to personally gain.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Why can’t Rand recant on blocking PDJT from making recess appointments? Perhaps what he’s doing now is just for political points and he really is NOT a PDJT supporter.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. feralcatsblog says:

    https://www.newsmax.com/politics/trump-rand-paul-wars-afghanistan/2018/05/01/id/857626/

    Paul, a longtime opponent of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, said that his recent conversations with Trump have convinced him that the president is becoming more of a noninterventionist, and that he is prepared to end America’s military presence in Afghanistan. “The president told me over and over again in general we’re getting the hell out of there,” Paul told the Post last Thursday during an interview in his Senate office. “I think the president’s instincts and inclination are to resolve the Afghan conflict.”

    I just wish, on this matter, Trump went with Rand Paul, and his own instincts, rather than with his stupid slam blind generals who have had us in Afcrapistan for 18 years, got thousands of American troops killed, thousands more missing one or more limbs, blown hundreds of billions of dollars, and all for nothing achieved even remotely worth the price and they still insist we stay.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Amen.

      I think the Pauls will give Trump the inside track on WHY the generals have promoted these wars for so long and it’s not just institution protecting or career building. How many are making $ illegally and helping trafficking ratlines that fund the shadow government deep state?

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    • WSB says:

      President Trump has been that way more years than Paul has probably been alive. However, we cannot just leave Afghanistan now. It would be as bad as the Iraq mess.

      Once you break the vase, you must put it back together again or pay for it.

      This unfortunately will be a surgical strategy.

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      • feralcatsblog says:

        “We” have been there for 18 years, by far the longest war in our nation’s history. Every year the generals say “we” are making progress. They are liars. Islam will always be Islam especially in Af<b<crapistan. They have gotten way more than enough men killed already and have achieved nothing even remotely worth that price. It is madness, a crime against America and especially against its troops.

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      • feralcatsblog says:

        “Break it you bought it” was Colin Powell crap.

        Liked by 1 person

    • OSP says:

      Thinking I’ve read there are supposedly large reserves of rare earth minerals in Afghanistan. Could that be the reason we’re keeping troops there?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Joemama says:

        I believe the Chinese beat us to those reserves, with the able assistance of the Obama/Clinton cabal.

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        • Janie M. says:

          Joebama, according to the Times article, link I posted below, the Chicoms have a contract for a copper mine, 25 miles from Kabul.

          [excerpt from Times article]
          China already has a $3 billion contract to develop a copper mine about 25 miles southeast of the Afghan capital, Kabul. Officials said Mr. Trump was determined not to spend American lives and treasure in Afghanistan only to watch China lock up its rare-earth deposits, which are used to make products from wind turbines to computer chips.

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      • Janie M. says:

        OSP, article from 2017, NY Times, regarding the rare earth minerals in Afghanistan… better for us to mine them before the Chicoms gain a monopoly there as they are doing in all other countries with these valuable resources.

        Trump Finds Reason for the U.S. to Remain in Afghanistan: Minerals

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “rare earth minerals”

        Another item required for modern civilization that we do not have reserves of is chromium. without that, we can go back to the stone age. If [senior citizen] memory serves correctly, Russia and Africa (Rhodesia aka Zimbabwe and South Africa) have most of it.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromium

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        • OSP says:

          DI:
          South Africa will likely soon be in chaos/anarchy considering what’s happening there of late. Perfect opportunity for a bad actor to come in and impose their influence to control those reserves.

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  29. WSB says:

    The hands on that bat! Wowza! Rand took a lesson!

    Bless you, Rand. You saw the light!

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  30. JackB says:

    Rand was my first choice in the primaries too but it was easy to switch allegiance to candidate Trump once the field shrunk to a half dozen or so. Rand is sounder than PDJT on government spending, non-intervention and personal liberty/privacy. President Trump much better on immigration, illegal immigration, protecting American jobs and manufacturing base; and of course PDJT is the best fighter repubs have ever had.

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  31. Jimmy Jack says:

    This would be my dream rally to attend. I’m fully jealous of anyone who got to attend.

    Sundance, you’re nailed it perfectly- Trump is making a President Rand Paul not only possible but likely.

    There’s a reason there have been so many attempts on Rand Paul’s life. He’s a threat to the Uniparty deep state and modern military industrial complex.

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    • Gayle says:

      AND my friend … is what rally goers came out of the arena with!!!! I was there it was GREAT. Trump and Rand are becoming a team, McConnell is playing a bit part but in talking with line Trump supporters, we are pretty learned on “The Turtle” .. we do not trust him

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  32. Eric says:

    Worked for Ron Paul in DC years ago in ’88. Was going to vote Rand in the PA primary, but he dropped out which was wise. Voted Trump happily then. Glad to see him on board.

    Liked that opening line. “Donald Trump wasn’t my first choice for President…” lol

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    • Stillwater says:

      Same here. I started off supporting Rand and voted for Trump when Rand dropped out. I was somewhat biased against Trump because some of the interactions he had with Ron Paul about the Fed in previous years. However, I did recognize Trump’s early warnings on the interventions in Iraq.

      Now, I realize Trump has to be careful in what he says about the Fed and not telegraph his moves because there may come a time when he has to deal with the Fed (in cooperation with congress) directly. Trump is good at playing nice and trying (or appear to try) to work with the opposition (often bad hombres) as he proceeds towards his objective and he doesn’t always feel the need to “call it like it is” every single time if that would interfere with him reaching the desired outcome. I first started to understand his approach when he dealt with the Paris Climate Accord.

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    • rashomon says:

      Rand was not my first choice; I’ve been battling for Donald Trump since 9/11 proved that the UniParty would do anything, including murdering its own citizens, to gain more power and bury its mistakes. We needed a savvy, ruthless, never-say-never candidate who was dedicated to our Constitutional Republic and had the funding to withstand the massive war chest of the opposition. Donald J. Trump.

      However, I have always enjoyed the insight that Rand and his father have brought to the discussion and fully support most of their positions. Loved that opening line. “Donald Trump wasn’t my first choice for President…” Rand knows how mend his fences, which from their later comments about health insurance associations, must have happened some time ago. Team work at its best!

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  33. Stillwater says:

    That’s how I view the Rand / Trump position. Rand hold’s firm to key positions/ideals on freedom and individual liberty and is constantly there to remind us of the slippery slope of certain legislative actions. Trump is the practical means by which we get there. It’s not always the clean and tidy (& often unrealistic) “means” that libertarians prefer but Trump is a realist and that is his strength. He can plow through messy situations to get closer to some of the libertarian ideals that they could themselves. A perfect example of this is the use of tariffs to get to a reciprocal trade relationship.

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  34. Ej002 says:

    Sundance – I know you thought Paul was part of the splitter strategy. If so he was only an unknowing pawn. I pegged him as “Trump Light” early before Cruz started his parroting of Trump. I think he has been all in the whole time. Perhaps this is why he was attacked.

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    • Judith says:

      An “unknowing pawn” wouldn’t single-handedly block Trump’s cabinet appointments. Just his one vote would’ve made all the difference in the president’s first term.

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    • Timmy- the-Ute says:

      The splitter strategy was set up to get Jeb! the nomination before it was known Trump would run. The back room contributors encouraged the large field while always making sure Jeb! was plush with funds. But when Trump entered the race the contributors tried to use the splitter strategy for something it wasn’t developed for. Because it was too late to ask people like Rand, Mike Huckabee, and all to drop out it failed. Remember the splitter strategy was made to give Jeb! the nomination even though he could never muster more than 20% of the primary vote in any one state. When Trump entered the race he already had 20% of the vote and Jeb! dropped to less then 10%.

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  35. apfelcobbler says:

    Rand and Kavanaugh have had a belly full of radical dems!

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  36. steph_gray says:

    I enjoyed this video immensely, thanks for posting. Love to see Rand in action. I sometimes wonder whether his libertarian dad named him after Ayn…

    To specifics – he was supporting Andy Barr and said he was one of only 20 R House seats that could be lost. I am now adding Andy to my small-donation list. Just wish I knew who the other 19 are!

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  37. Blue Moon says:

    I am partial to Rand Paul and his family. He practiced as an eye doctor in our city for years and during those years went overseas and offered his services to the poor countries. Him and his wife are highly respected here and we would make sure he is protected. I don’t believe anyone from our city would bring harm to Rand. Any problems would be transported into our town. The neighbor who hurt Rand did not want and did fight Rand’s wife from getting a restraining order keeping him away from her. I can understand why she sleeps with a gun beside her. They are good people.

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    • Joemama says:

      Was the neighbor arrested/prosecuted for what he did?

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      • elizabethross1776 says:

        He was arrested, but the liberal Dem judge only gave the guy 30 days. Should have been attempted murder. The perp, who is also a doctor, was very obviously a leftist nutcase who attacked Rand because of Rand’s attempts to kill Obamacare. His lawyer and the MSM put out a propaganda campaign to mock Rand Paul and call it a “neighbor dispute.” It was an ambush. The perp pulled him off his riding mower, threw him to the ground and apparently stomped him several times. Rand is lucky to be alive. Several broken ribs, had pneumonia twice…I don’t blame Mrs. Paul for sleeping with a gun next to the bed.

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    • Judith says:

      I’m sure that POTUS made a special effort to express genuine concern and support for the Rand family after their ordeal. Maybe this is when President Trump began to “grow on” him? I am sure he had to reconsider some of his former allegiances. I think this is called the Trump Effect.

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  38. Eric says:

    Trump thinks he’ll get 5. That’s probably accurate. Gorsuch, Kavanaugh.
    Then Ginsburg, Beyer.
    Then a justice is impeached for lying under oath about a conflict of interest in a case she voted on.

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  39. Sherri Young says:

    The senate has a constitutional advise and consent duty. The resistance has been not only failing to consider and confirm or reject nominees, they have been obstructing the proper execution of delineated duties under the constitution. Obama had an unacceptable nominee for the National Labor Relations Board that he installed via a recess appointment. That appointment ended up being nullified. By the time the man had been thrown out of office the NLRB had made numerous – like 1000 – decisions that they could not have made without him because of lack of a quorum. IIRC, those decisions had to be tossed. To prevent further issues, the senate instituted pro forma sessions.

    PDJT’s appointees are starting to move ahead as far as I can tell. Several more federal judges were confirmed last week. There are rules governing deadlines for confirmation of appointees and those serving in “acting” capacities. The clock is ticking and the resistance has dragged their feet as long as possible. They are having to give up and vote since deadlines are being reached.

    Can y’all imagine if HRC had been elected and we had a majority in the senate? I don’t like recess appointments in a day and age when senators no longer travel on horseback.

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  40. TJ says:

    “As the Creator has made no two faces alike, so no two minds, and probably no two creeds.” –Thomas Jefferson to Timothy Pickering, 1821. ME 15:324

    I caught this live. Great energy at this one. Rand is an individual, like Trump. He’s not a battle axe, this is what I like about Trump. Rand is a scalpel, that’s what I like about him. Ben Carson is the pain reliever. And so on.

    Many tools are needed to cut down the swamp, remove the cancer, and heal the nation. Thanks again Sundance, I consider you part of the recovery team and I appreciate all your hard work and perseverance navigating this boisterous sea of Liberty.

    “The ground of liberty is to be gained by inches, [and] we must be contented to secure what we can get from time to time and eternally press forward for what is yet to get. It takes time to persuade men to do even what is for their own good.” –Thomas Jefferson to Charles Clay, 1790. ME 8:4

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  41. Pyrthroes says:

    Some for the glories of this world, and some
    Sigh for the Prophet’s paradise to come.
    Ah, take the cash and let the credit go,
    Nor heed the rumble of a distant drum.

    FitzGerald, “Rubaiyat” (Quatrain XXIII, 1859)

    Prospero: We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little lives are rounded with a sleep.

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