Rand Paul is a of DNA that has a history of mental processes well outside the norm accompanied by oratory that makes sense only to The Paul's and their sycophant followers. It is impossible to believe that all who voted for Rand Paul fully understand his values/beliefs systems and those same willing constituents would have to be equally "dingy" to follow and believe the varied and meandering utterances of his oratory.
Paul actually has provided validation he will say anything. While speaking to a group of University of Louisville medical students, Paul revealed an inner core value that most would retain in a closet: misinformation works. "Misinformation works" to a group of young medical students is tantamount to the mind and ways of the Chameleon who changes its colors to match the environment to cloak and mask for acquisition of unsuspecting prey. His penchant for playing the oral Chameleon often leads to comments that come close to listening to Sarah Palin ramble about nothingness without uttering a cogent word or sentence.
The following Mediaite piece and associated meme, illustrates the twisted logical and oratory of one who would be President of the United States. One additional point before the piece. The GOP strategy to use US slavery (post the election of Barack Obama) is not only perplexing, it is cheap and frankly callous. My inclination to lay use of slavery: to white republicans has been tarnished by the more than happenstance use of the analogy by certain 'black" conservatives (e.g. Ben Carson). Yet, I feel most comfortable with assertion the Grand Ol Party uses past human bondage as a political ploy with a weird nascent connection to the election of the nation's first African-American President. It was not common mantra prior to 2008, and the popular mantra will pass into non-use once Obama leaves the Oval Office.
Rand Paul: Blabbering in ways only he can understand.
Sarah Silverman’s Meme Attack on Rand Paul Gets Fact Checkedby Matt Wilstein | 3:44 pm, May 27th, 2015
The meme below, in which Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) can be seen equating the right to healthcare with slavery, has been around for a while. But it achieved renewed prominence last week when comedian Sarah Silverman retweeted it from her boyfriend, actor Michael Sheen’s account:
This spurred PunditFact, the media arm of the Tampa Bay Times’ PolitiFact, to investigate the claim. Looking back at Paul’s 2011 statements with the original context intact, the site ultimately deemed the sentiment of the meme to be true.
As they reported, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons posted “missing footage” from Paul’s remarks on YouTube that they claimed help clarify the senator’s point.
But even with those comments included, in which Paul says that this “obligation” to provide care applies to emergencies, but not primary care, PunditFact concluded that it does not “greatly change” what he had said earlier.
“The meme has been abridged from the full quote, but we see no significant change in his meaning,” the post’s author wrote. “We also found no evidence that Paul had backtracked on the views he expressed. We rate the meme’s claim True.”[Photo via screengrab]
Paul "The Younger" has other issues that are becoming more apparent with each passing day. Rather than extend the length of this post, I am opting for embedded Twitter and Facebook posts that allow picking and choosing your "Paul mustard."
First, the actual Politifact Post related to the meme (above).
Did Rand Paul equate a right to health care with slavery? A social media post from comedian Sarah SIlverman says yes -- and so do we. A rare True rating for a social media post.Paul's current NSA politicking tool.
Posted by PolitiFact on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Shots fired, in a non-interventionist way.
Posted by Mediaite on Wednesday, May 27, 2015