Monday, June 01, 2015

Rand Paul Running Away From Things, Ctd.

Brogressive Hero Rand Paul continues his unique presidential campaign cross-training regimen of saying remarkably stupid things -- 
The presidential candidate made the controversial comments about terrorist attacks during an unusual Sunday night Senate session aimed at reauthorizing three expiring measures of the Patriot Act. Paul successfully blocked those efforts, forcing the expiration of the NSA’s metadata program at midnight.

"People here in town think I’m making a huge mistake," Paul said Sunday.

"Some of them, I think, secretly want there to be an attack on the United States so they can blame it on me."
-- and then running away from what he just said:
Sen. Rand Paul is inching away from comments where he accused his colleagues of secretly wanting a terrorist attack on the United States in order to undercut his efforts to dismantle a government surveillance program.

"Sometimes, in the heat of battle, hyperbole can get the better of anyone, and that may be the problem there," the Kentucky Republican said Monday on Fox News's "America's Newsroom."
Rand Paul:  Putting the "ass" in "Passive Voice" every time he has to jump back over his own dick in public.  

Which is fairly often.  

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1 comment:

Lawrence said...

They want a terrorist attack to happen right now, and damage my credibility. Because obviously the legal authority of the Patriot act, et all, is an anti terrorism forcefield. And if it drops, we are then vulnerable. Conversely, if the TLA people continue to capture and store all that "intel" that the aren't and can't possibly use in anything like real time, the forcefield will remain up, and no attack on The Homeland.