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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Rand Paul Chameleon Or Serial Liar? Would You Accept, Both?

Senator
Chameleon
      

Excerpt from: Rand Paul Chameleon With Trojan Horse
Rand Paul has a recent history of revelations regarding 'serial plagiarism' and videoed public comment to an audience of medical students about his recognition of the need for misinformation. "Misinformation" is a euphemism for "lies." Some might say Paul's comments in this clip were meant to be flip. Au contraire! His comments appear serious. Moreover, his comments to the young medical students were deeply revealing regarding Paul's inner core and honesty deficiency.
Rand Paul has issues with honesty, and he seem to perceive himself as a 'slick player' and manipulator of people. He also clearly manipulates situations. Do you recall this regarding GOP $29 billion government shutdown?

Paul was told by McConnell he was all "mic'd up here." Paul knew the Mic was live and with toupee view from the back of his head, purse the quasi-whispering anyway.  I posit he wanted the mic open an pushed an opportunity to hog a bit of new media. 

The Kentucky politicians remind of the slick prankster in high school who always skirted just ahead getting caught doing her/his dirty deeds. Young doers of dirty deeds grow to full-fledged adulthoods as serial manipulators, liars and in some cases chronic plagiarizers.  
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How about a review of Paul as liar? "Never proposed ending aid to Israel." 
Yahoo News 

Rand Paul says he never proposed ending aid to Israel — even though he did

Paul proposed a budget in 2011 to cut off aid to all foreign nations.


Yahoo News

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., waits to speak at the annual Fancy Farm picnic in Fancy Farm, Ky., Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014. A fundraiser for a small Roman Catholic church in western Kentucky, the two-day picnic in the tiny town of Fancy Farm is a throwback to the days before television, when stump speeches were the candidates' main vehicle to reach voters. (AP Photo/Stephen Lance Dennee)
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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., waits to speak at the annual Fancy Farm picnic in Fancy Farm, Ky., Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014. A fundr
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Monday denied that he once supported ending federal aid to Israel — an idea he proposed as recently as 2011.

“I haven’t really proposed that in the past,” Paul told Yahoo News when asked if he still thought the U.S. should phase out aid to Israel, which has been battling Hamas in Gaza for weeks. “We’ve never had a legislative proposal to do that. You can mistake my position, but then I’ll answer the question. That has not been a position — a legislative position — we have introduced to phase out or get rid of Israel’s aid. That’s the answer to that question. Israel has always been a strong ally of ours and I appreciate that. I voted just this week to give money — more money — to the Iron Dome, so don’t mischaracterize my position on Israel.” 

Paul, who was in Omaha campaigning for Nebraska Senate candidate Ben Sasse before a three-day tour of neighboring Iowa, may not like it when reporters bring up his proposal from three years ago to end all U.S. foreign aid — including to Israel. But that was in fact his position.“I haven’t really proposed that in the past,” Paul told Yahoo News when asked if he still thought the U.S. should phase out aid to Israel, which has been battling Hamas in Gaza for weeks. “We’ve never had a legislative proposal to do that. You can mistake my position, but then I’ll answer the question. That has not been a position — a legislative position — we have introduced to phase out or get rid of Israel’s aid. That’s the answer to that question. Israel has always been a strong ally of ours and I appreciate that. I voted just this week to give money — more money — to the Iron Dome, so don’t mischaracterize my position on Israel.”
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The Yahoo piece laid Paul's latest lie to bare like a fresh cut apple. Now, for a video news segment with undeniable clips of Paul at his most chameleon-like. His efforts at creating his own universe is starting to draw attention from progressive media. Since, his "run and hide" escapade in Iowa a few days back, Paul has been in the spotlight much like a suspect in a police line-up.

MSNBC, The Rachel Maddow Show, Steve Kornacki guest host.

Full segment: Linked` Abbreviated segment minus host guest discussion.



We can only hope Americans wake-up to the Senator from Kentucky. Can anyone imagine Paul occupying the White House?

Actually, I find it amazing he has a constituent base with his record and personal traits.

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