Rand, there were moments during the Debate when one wondered if you were auditioning for a role as the kid who nobody loves, but beneath the heart is one swell guy. If one is outclassed by the mouth that roars nonstop nonsense, then one is real serious trouble. So, here is some unsolicited advice.
1. Take a shot haircut and come across as a G.I. in search of action.
2. Sorry, Rand but people want to actually hear one single idea from your lips about how to handle terrorism.
3. Have you considered promising Americans that none of their sons will die. Now, as to their daughters…
4. OK, you don’t want an IRS. Just for curiosity, how about informing Americans how their mail is delivered?
5. OPPs, why not urge the end of the Post Office, and from now on, nothing but emails!
6. OK, no taxes, but what about those of us who have cancer? I get it, your Dad will handle all cancer patients,and will not charge a cent.
7. Have you considered free eye exams by the one and only DOCTOR Rand Paul??
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Each day provides further and further evidence that Republicans are now vying as to who can utter the most outrageous comment in the quest to get Tea Party votes. Mike Huckabee wants the religious right to know that once he becomes president, they can forget about the issue of abortion. He is willing to consider any and all resources that could be employed to end the entire practice of abortion. He was asked if he would employ the National Guard to end the terror of abortion. His response:”We will see. If I become President” he will explore using the 5th Amendment, the 14th Amendment to protect the fetus in the womb.
His comments simply reflect the power now being imposed upon Republican candidates to say something wild in order to get on Fox News tonight. Ironically, the theme of Republicans is that Barack Obama wants more and more power. Mike Huckabee makes him come away as a state right president.