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Woman's head stepped on by Rand Paul supporters

There are 26307 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Oct 26, 2010, titled Woman's head stepped on by Rand Paul supporters. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Supporters of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul wrestled a woman to the ground and one stepped on her head after she tried to confront the candidate in Kentucky.

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Since: Oct 12

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#33157 Sep 4, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Not hearing Rand Paul or all those GOP Libertarians coming out on dealing with ISIS?....What up?.....Another missed opportunity to lead....
Nothing here....guess all those followers aren't sure about his leadership, as well.....
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#33158 Sep 4, 2014
If I had been in President Obama's shoes, I would have acted more decisively and strongly against ISIS.

I still see war as the last resort. But I agree with Reagan’s idea that no country should mistake U.S. reluctance for war for a lack of resolve.

http://time.com/3268581/rand-paul-i-am-not-an...

Since: Feb 14

Saint Louis, MO

#33166 Sep 8, 2014
losers wrote:
Rand Paul reminds me of Obama. In senate very short time just to run for pres. They both fooled both sides. Don't see how Obama won again but look who he was running against, a pure 47% dumb-ass. You clowns and losers who support Raw Paul are just like him and don't respect ky. law. What a bunch of dumb-asses. Why don't you also try to get him to run for gov.and rep.Bunch of Dunb-Asses!
Since you seem to be the only intelligent person alive going by your words...why don't you run? Otherwise stop bashing people. Forums are for discussions not childish name calling.
Jane

Lewisport, KY

#33167 Sep 8, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Nothing here....guess all those followers aren't sure about his leadership, as well.....
Rand has been all over this, don't you get his Facebook ? You should get on all their face books that's the only real news your going to get. Direct quotes from the person. The news is dead in America bought and paid for.
LMAO

Paris, KY

#33168 Sep 8, 2014
Really gonna waste all that money??? He don't have a chance of winning the president. Can't beat Hillary if he had too..and calling her a war hawlk or what ever...really got to put a woman down to try to show your something...hell raise your son to not raise hell. And to act right.
LMS

Trinity, TX

#33169 Sep 9, 2014
byebye_girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Since you seem to be the only intelligent person alive going by your words...why don't you run? Otherwise stop bashing people. Forums are for discussions not childish name calling.
This Forum is for childish name calling.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#33170 Sep 9, 2014
LMS wrote:
<quoted text>
This Forum is for childish name calling.
Welcome to the reality of the current GOP.....When partisan politics, became more important than patriotism.....
LIbEralS

Minneapolis, MN

#33171 Sep 9, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Welcome to the reality of the current GOP.....When partisan politics, became more important than patriotism.....
That's pretty funny coming from someone that doesn't seem to know the definition of patriotism!
Reporter

Richmond, KY

#33173 Sep 9, 2014
Though U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is generating national buzz as he flirts with running for the White House in 2016, voters in Kentucky are not as enthused by the idea, according to the latest Bluegrass Poll.

Two-thirds of respondents did agree on one thing about the senator: They do not support changing Kentucky law to allow Paul to run for president and his Senate seat simultaneously in 2016.

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2014/09/01/3405818/bl...
LMS

Trinity, TX

#33174 Sep 10, 2014
Reporter wrote:
Though U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is generating national buzz as he flirts with running for the White House in 2016, voters in Kentucky are not as enthused by the idea, according to the latest Bluegrass Poll.
Two-thirds of respondents did agree on one thing about the senator: They do not support changing Kentucky law to allow Paul to run for president and his Senate seat simultaneously in 2016.
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2014/09/01/3405818/bl...
Yes, make him give up his seat. Then when he loses the Presidential run we can be done with him.
Area

Frankfort, KY

#33175 Sep 10, 2014
Where is everyone from?
politipsychopath s

Winchester, KY

#33176 Sep 10, 2014
Okay 1st of all this is so old! But even so it is really annoying to see people trying to make what this one guy did some how reflect on Rand Paul's character. Maybe next time Obama goes campaigning I'll show up and beat on some children. Cause you know, some how that would make Obama a supporter of child abusers......NOT. Secondly that woman who wore a disguise and went for Mr. Paul, she did appear threatening. The man who stepped on her went too far, though a psycho she's still a woman and that level of force is unnecessary. Then again, they didnt really know who she was or why she was trying to get to the Senator. However, possibly more sickening then the violence was the interview with the woman who was assaulted. She was THRILLED. Seriously she was practicality getting off right there on the fact that she had caused a stir and in her mind, made Mr. Paul look bad. Sorry lady, only psycho hags like yourself would try to make that stretch. The only people who looked bad were you and the guy who stomped your dumb ass. I wonder what organization set that up?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#33178 Sep 10, 2014
politipsychopaths wrote:
. Maybe next time Obama goes campaigning I'll show up .....
SORRY, No 3rd Terms.....You can't get enough of a good thing, you Rascal you.....

Since: Jul 12

Spring, TX

#33180 Sep 12, 2014
At a Catholic school, there was a "meet the teacher" open house for the 2nd graders. After the meeting, a Nun announced that there would be a small reception afterwards in the cafeteria.

All the children and parents filed in, and saw on a table a plate of apples, a plate of cookies, and some water bottles and juice. As the children went through the line, one boy saw that there was a sign on the plate of apples that said, "Take only one. God is watching."

So, the boy took an apple and moved on to the cookies. He helped himself, and then took a small piece of paper, and wrote: "Take all you want.” God is watching the apples."
Squirrel

Owensboro, KY

#33181 Sep 12, 2014
I love it! Rand Paul hunts I'm sure! He's so dryM momma met him and he's so full of himself he could nt even laugh! A machine ! But what if some1 fired off a few semi into the brush.! Is that a chance I like? And does it pan out
Squirrel

Owensboro, KY

#33182 Sep 12, 2014
Cautious wrote:
No matter what excessive force was used on that woman. Everyone has rights. The race card has been over played.
The violence is not always forth! The secret plots to ruin a woman's life! Destroying her means to provide! Step 1 .) break car! 60,000 miles motor ruined! Gee I wonder!
There is no hBeaus corpus in ky for domestic violence
Jobs Lost

Shelbiana, KY

#33186 Sep 14, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
If I had been in President Obama's shoes, I would have acted more decisively and strongly against ISIS.
I still see war as the last resort. But I agree with Reagan’s idea that no country should mistake U.S. reluctance for war for a lack of resolve.
http://time.com/3268581/rand-paul-i-am-not-an...
How did that Iraq thing work out for Bush?

Lmfao
Jobs Lost

Shelbiana, KY

#33187 Sep 14, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
<quoted text>
That's pretty funny coming from someone that doesn't seem to know the definition of patriotism!
Where are those WMD's Stupid?
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#33189 Sep 14, 2014
Jobs Lost wrote:
<quoted text>How did that Iraq thing work out for Bush?
Lmfao
Arizona representative Trent Franks said it best:

"President Barack Obama owes former President George W. Bush and those Americans who died fighting in Iraq an apology", after attending a classified briefing on ISIS.

Franks read excerpts from remarks Bush made in 2007 about the situation in Iraq.
“‘To begin withdrawing before our commanders tell us we are ready… would mean surrendering the future of Iraq… It would mean that we’d be risking mass killings on a horrific scale… It would mean we’d be increasing the probability that American troops would have to return at some later date to confront an enemy that is even more dangerous,’” Franks quoted Bush.
Reporter

Richmond, KY

#33190 Sep 14, 2014
Paul said those who have questioned the president's approach to the recent surge in violence should ask the same questions of those who supported the 2003 invasion of Iraq: "Were they right in their predictions? Were there weapons of mass destruction there? Was the war won in 2005, when many of those people said it was won?"

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/rand-paul-blame-d...

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