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Rand Paul Holds His Own

Rand Paul is confronted with a lefty media liberal who doesn’t even bother to try to hide his partisan leanings. Paul still does a good job of explaining his compromise position, which, by the way is the position of most Americans. We are tired of their empty promises. We’re ready for teeth.

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  1. Love the line ‘you’ve made your point’ as though a with that tip of the hat from the MSM, the tea party should now be satisfied, go away, shut up, and let the adults (RINOs and LibDems) get back to the serious stuff of spending the Federal Government’s money.

    • Yes, and it’s irritating that the media host felt free to interrupt his guest over and over and over right in the middle of his explanation as to why he was doing what he was doing.

      His contempt for Paul and his (and our) point of view is apparent.

  2. What really stands out from this, for me, is the CNN guy lecturing that he wants short answers because people are frustrated and trying to understand whats happening with the process and apparently Rand Paul was not informative enough because his answers were too long.

    • He seems to think we all have the attention span of a two year old.

      Maybe his perspective needs to change from his typical audience member of a young democrat weaned on Red Bull and adults who are capable of listening to more than two minutes of conversation without texting our friends.

      The same thing happened in the last “debate” when the moderators (or really – interviewers) asked questions that went on for at least a couple of minutes and then allowed 30 seconds (or some such ludicrous amount of time) for the candidates to answer their question.

      What a stupid way to get answers to political questions of the day. No wonder our electorate is so poorly informed; their informers have no attention span.

  1. Love the line ‘you’ve made your point’ as though a with that tip of the hat from the MSM, the tea party should now be satisfied, go away, shut up, and let the adults (RINOs and LibDems) get back to the serious stuff of spending the Federal Government’s money.

    • Yes, and it’s irritating that the media host felt free to interrupt his guest over and over and over right in the middle of his explanation as to why he was doing what he was doing.

      His contempt for Paul and his (and our) point of view is apparent.

  2. What really stands out from this, for me, is the CNN guy lecturing that he wants short answers because people are frustrated and trying to understand whats happening with the process and apparently Rand Paul was not informative enough because his answers were too long.

    • He seems to think we all have the attention span of a two year old.

      Maybe his perspective needs to change from his typical audience member of a young democrat weaned on Red Bull and adults who are capable of listening to more than two minutes of conversation without texting our friends.

      The same thing happened in the last “debate” when the moderators (or really – interviewers) asked questions that went on for at least a couple of minutes and then allowed 30 seconds (or some such ludicrous amount of time) for the candidates to answer their question.

      What a stupid way to get answers to political questions of the day. No wonder our electorate is so poorly informed; their informers have no attention span.

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