The Pardu

The Pardu
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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Paul Grows Upset And Pulls a Chris Christie!




Agree, but...... Senator!
Read the following and think if it reads like a response to a question from a person who has announced his candidacy for the GOP 2016 nomination for the Oval Office. Or, if the words reads like a professor in a lecture hall who has grown frustrated and weary of that one student who ask far too many questions.
Paul "grew testy" during the exchange, according to Elliot, saying at one point: "I gave you about a five-minute answer. Put in my five-minute answer."
Rand Paul is not one who has a position and sticks that the position. The Senator waffles around issues as effective as any US politician. He is well known for his "I'm not sure" or "I'm not certain" as a preface to questions or comment that require a response.  Why not just with, "I do not agree?"

With a certain level of respect for his bold but fruitless attempts to wrestle the GOP into a sub-unit of the Libertarian movement, Paul's overarching existence is pitiful and indicative of all that is bad in US politics. Oops, I stand in need of a self-correction. Paul is a sterling example of all that is bad in politics period, if Netanyahu's performance a few weeks back is any indication.   

Since, you may have visited a previous TPI piede regarding Rand "The Younger Paul." Suffice ti to say, he did not fall far from the trunk of the tree Ron Paul tree, and he has a serious penchant for obsessive lying.

Apparently, when cornered on a question regarding abortion, Paul became irritated and responded as indicated above.

Now, following the Talking Points Memo piece.


TPM LIVEWIRE



Rand Paul Gets 'Testy' With Male AP Reporter On Abortion Rights

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AP Photo / J. Scott Applewhite
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) spent the day following the launch of his presidential campaign getting into a series of tiffs with reporters. 
The Kentucky Republican on Wednesday got into a "testy" exchange about abortion bans with an Associated Press reporter, just hours after clashing with NBC's Savannah Guthrie, whom Paul accused of "editorializing" while trying to correct her interviewing technique.

The AP's Phillip Elliot pressed Paul to explain what, if any, exceptions he felt should be allowed if abortions were banned. The reporter noted that Paul has supported both legislation that allowed exceptions for cases of rape, incest and danger to the woman's life and legislation that did not grant those exemptions.
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Regardless of vote empathy for the victims of rape, Pal is vying to win primaries ins ttes where many conservatives do not give a damn about rape cases.  What we may be seeing in Paul is an early indication he is very much a lesser candidate and the reason Ted Cruz finds Paul a welcome adversary. 

Cruz is a gifted deliverer of false prophecy. He knows Paul will crumple under the pressure of Cruz's oratory as well as Paul will fizzle when compared to the ultra shifty cognitive gifts that Cruz possess. Especially, over the course of the early GOP Primaries.

Oh, this is going to be fun!

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