Rand Paul Joins Partnership for a New American Society

Oops, its Partnership for a New American Economy. I don’t know how thay typo happened.

Washington Times

“Mr. Paul, a libertarian-leaning Republican from Kentucky and possible 2016 presidential hopeful, participated in a telephone conference call with members of a pro-immigration reform group and reporters in an effort brokered by anti-tax activist Grover Norquist.

The business group that helped set up the call, the Partnership for a New American Economy, immediately blasted an email Wednesday evening to supporters crowing that Mr. Paul had formally joined its pro-reform effort.”

 

Of course, he insists on border security first.  /sarc

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4 thoughts on “Rand Paul Joins Partnership for a New American Society

  1. Why? Can anyone tell me why? We are negotiating against ourselves (as a domestic policy)? This is akin to the USA fighting alongside the Iranians to save Iraq (as a foreign policy). See a connection? The Democrats and Obama are hitting us from both sides, and I don’t expect them to let up. Rather, I expect them to double down. They are all traitors and will eventually bring us to another Revolution.

  2. Quite a few libertarian types think of people in simple economic terms. They fail to consider other factors such as nationhood, cultural/religious differences, human nature, and political reality. If questioned about that, they can always fall back on their pat answer: “The market will sort those things out.”

    It increasingly looks like Rand might be one of these, if not just a plain old tool for the establishment.

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