Rand Paul: I Was Sullied by "Lies and...

Rand Paul: I Was Sullied by "Lies and Innuendo"

There are 84 comments on the KGWN-TV Cheyenne story from Jun 7, 2010, titled Rand Paul: I Was Sullied by "Lies and Innuendo". In it, KGWN-TV Cheyenne reports that:

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul is shown during an interview at his campaign headquarters after winning his party's primary election in Bowling Green, Ky., Wednesday, May 19, 2010.

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#1 Jun 7, 2010
Yeah Rand blame the MEDIA for the shit you spewed OUT OF YOU OWN MOUTH! What a MORON! Yet your type dont want people blaming Dubya for the shitty economy when his policies are the reason for the SHITTY economy!

You baggers want to blame EVERYTHING on President Obama and the Left. How about taking the conciqences for what you(and Dubya) say(said) and do(did)?

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#2 Jun 7, 2010
Carl rove made ole rand go into hiding. He told him to stay out of the spotlight. Shutting up may be helping him now but all of his CRAZY libertarian ideas are going to be sticking out like a sore thumb before the election. Is he going to blame the letter he wrote to the daily news about fair housing on the media too? Is he going to blame the media for his CRAZY idea that government shouldn't regulate businesses? That one is really a mind blower. If the government didn't regulate businesses, the drug companies would be killing more people, the oil companies would pollute the world in a few years, we would choke on the air we breathe because of all the industrial toxins, and there would be lead in gasoline, paint, and probably teething rings for babies.
the jerk

Bellefontaine, OH

#3 Jun 8, 2010
I won't be voting for Rand Paul. He is spewing the same garbage as Bush. It's a shame there isn't another planet where we could ship these guys and let them destroy themselves. Just leave us out of it.
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#4 Jun 8, 2010
whothehellcares wrote:
Carl rove made ole rand go into hiding. He told him to stay out of the spotlight. Shutting up may be helping him now but all of his CRAZY libertarian ideas are going to be sticking out like a sore thumb before the election. Is he going to blame the letter he wrote to the daily news about fair housing on the media too? Is he going to blame the media for his CRAZY idea that government shouldn't regulate businesses? That one is really a mind blower. If the government didn't regulate businesses, the drug companies would be killing more people, the oil companies would pollute the world in a few years, we would choke on the air we breathe because of all the industrial toxins, and there would be lead in gasoline, paint, and probably teething rings for babies.
Those regulations are working great now, are they not?
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#5 Jun 8, 2010
the jerk wrote:
I won't be voting for Rand Paul. He is spewing the same garbage as Bush. It's a shame there isn't another planet where we could ship these guys and let them destroy themselves. Just leave us out of it.
Why do you hate the concept of private property?
the jerk

Lafayette, IN

#6 Jun 8, 2010
Bill Smith wrote:
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Why do you hate the concept of private property?
That is a huge assumption to make.
Will

Columbus, OH

#7 Jun 8, 2010
Rand Paul, would-be Libertarian messiah, is revealed as just another whiny Rightie.

'The MEDIA did it to me! Waaa-aaah!'

What a dick. And I thought this guy might actually be a breath of fresh air...
Will

Columbus, OH

#8 Jun 8, 2010
Bill Smith wrote:
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Why do you hate the concept of private property?
Classic 'wingnut technique....the stunning irrelevancy.

LOL
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#9 Jun 8, 2010
Will wrote:
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Classic 'wingnut technique....the stunning irrelevancy.
LOL
What is funny is that I am not "right" wing, nor any "wing" for that matter.

Why do you hate the concept of private property? Is it because you are a fascist or a Marxist?
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#10 Jun 8, 2010
the jerk wrote:
<quoted text>That is a huge assumption to make.
It is obviously true.
Will

Columbus, OH

#11 Jun 8, 2010
Bill Smith wrote:
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What is funny is that I am not "right" wing, nor any "wing" for that matter.
Why do you hate the concept of private property? Is it because you are a fascist or a Marxist?
You sound right wing, and you ask dishonest "questions" like a right-winger, thus my comment. And now you're doing it again.

Alright, I'll play...what did I say which suggested that I "hate the concept of private property?" Let's hear it.
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#12 Jun 8, 2010
Will wrote:
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You sound right wing, and you ask dishonest "questions" like a right-winger, thus my comment. And now you're doing it again.
Alright, I'll play...what did I say which suggested that I "hate the concept of private property?" Let's hear it.
You believe in the government forcing people at gun point to allow people on their property that they do not want on their property.

I have not asked you anything dishonest. That is a typical tactic of statist demopublicans.
LocalBoy

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Jun 8, 2010
Bill Smith wrote:
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You believe in the government forcing people at gun point to allow people on their property that they do not want on their property.
I have not asked you anything dishonest. That is a typical tactic of statist demopublicans.
keep in mind, Bill, many of these posters believe that BP is actually a free market company.
Some of them even believe Goldman and GE are free market companies.

So to discuss a subject like property rights with people who actually think fascism is free market is a waste of time. In the end we will have to crash our entire way of life before the intellectuals are finally ignored for a more common sense approach...freedom.

Who here believes BP represents free market capitalism ?
Who believes they are created by government, for government ?

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#14 Jun 8, 2010
Bill Smith wrote:
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Those regulations are working great now, are they not?
We have very few regulations now because of republican deregulation. Cheney's "energy task force" doing dirty deals with oil companies and bush's gutting the mining safety regulations have caused the greatest environmental disaster in our history, the deaths of 11 rig workers, and the deaths of many mine workers. Are you suggesting that less regulation would fix the problems?
LocalBoy

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Jun 8, 2010
Why did the people of MSNBC air Jack Conways lie and slander and not peep about it anywhere ?

This mess started when Jack Conway proclaimed an hour before Rand Pauls interview, on the Mathews show, that Paul advocated REPEAL of the CRA of 64 and the ADA ?

Conway outright lied and the media took off with it, nowhere did Paul advocate repealing CRA or ADA.

The fact is the CRA of 64 used the interstate commerce clause to enforce federal law. In the SCOTUS case that supported this use the court ruled that because Ollie's BBQ had a supplier that used SOME ingredients from an out of State source that the ribs Ollie sold was under interstate commerce. Paul correctly points out that with this type of interpretation of interstate commerce the federal government can control ALL commerce. If the USC wanted the feds to control ALL commerce why was the interstate clause even written.

Broad and vast interpretations like this lead to Wall Street domination, and thus federal domination, of all things economic. It is obvious that is a failure, thus the 13 trillion dollar debt being placed upon the future wages of a child not even born yet.

I see the establishments point here, if they cant marginalize Pauls message by claiming he is racist then he may very well constitute a threat to them.
And to all those who live beyond their means by stealing from children and posterity.

Fact is what Paul really spoke against was affirmative action and race baiting by the feds. The intellectuals know this, thats why they lie to make Paul look like them, race baiters.
Will

Columbus, OH

#16 Jun 8, 2010
Bill Smith wrote:
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You believe in the government forcing people at gun point to allow people on their property that they do not want on their property.
I have not asked you anything dishonest. That is a typical tactic of statist demopublicans.
Alright...can you link me to where I said that? Those words, please, not some imaginary paraphrase of your own invention.

I don't believe I said that. But show me, if you can.
Mee

United States

#17 Jun 8, 2010
LocalBoy wrote:
Why did the people of MSNBC air Jack Conways lie and slander and not peep about it anywhere ?
This mess started when Jack Conway proclaimed an hour before Rand Pauls interview, on the Mathews show, that Paul advocated REPEAL of the CRA of 64 and the ADA ?
Conway outright lied and the media took off with it, nowhere did Paul advocate repealing
CRA or ADA.
The fact is the CRA of 64 used the interstate commerce clause to enforce federal law. In
the SCOTUS case that supported this use the court ruled that because Ollie's BBQ had a supplier that used SOME ingredients from an out of State source that the ribs Ollie sold was under interstate commerce. Paul correctly points out that with this type of
interpretation of interstate commerce the federal government can control ALL commerce. If the USC wanted the feds to control ALL commerce why was the interstate clause even written.
Broad and vast interpretations like this lead to Wall Street domination, and thus federal domination, of all things economic. It is
obvious that is a failure, thus the 13 trillion dollar debt being placed upon the future wages of a child not even born yet.
I see the establishments point here, if they cant marginalize Pauls message by claiming he is racist then he may very well constitute a threat to them.
And to all those who live beyond their means by stealing from children and posterity.
Fact is what Paul really spoke against was affirmative action and race baiting by the feds. The intellectuals know this, thats why they lie to make Paul look like them, race baiters.
Well told! These people are so brainwashed that they can't even understand how much sense Rand makes.
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#18 Jun 8, 2010
whothehellcares wrote:
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We have very few regulations now because of republican deregulation. Cheney's "energy task force" doing dirty deals with oil companies and bush's gutting the mining safety regulations have caused the greatest environmental disaster in our history, the deaths of 11 rig workers, and the deaths of many mine workers. Are you suggesting that less regulation would fix the problems?
We have more regulations than you can even imagine. You keep believing government school myths and propaganda.
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#19 Jun 8, 2010
Will wrote:
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Alright...can you link me to where I said that? Those words, please, not some imaginary paraphrase of your own invention.
I don't believe I said that. But show me, if you can.
So you do support a business owner from not allowing certain customers to enter his establishment for any reason he sees fit?
Responsibility

Long Beach, CA

#20 Jun 8, 2010
Three words re Rand - the Rachel Maddow Show.

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