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Paul Goes A Step Further Than RNC on Immigration

There are 82 comments on the rollcall.com story from Mar 18, 2013, titled Paul Goes A Step Further Than RNC on Immigration. In it, rollcall.com reports that:

Sen. Rand Paul , R-Ky., is expected announce his support for comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship in a speech Tuesday morning.

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#62 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Stupidity become you. Way to go low information voter. Have you figured out if your male or female or black or white yet?
I figured out a long time ago that you're a stupid, dishonest troll. No big deal, we've ALL figured that out but you...:)

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#63 Mar 21, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
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I figured out a long time ago that you're a stupid, dishonest troll. No big deal, we've ALL figured that out but you...:)
Since it's you doing the figuring, I doubt anyone is going to lose sleep over it.
spud

Bangor, PA

#64 Mar 21, 2013
Libertarians are good on most things except free trade and open borders. It just so happens that those two things have destroyed our job market. Therefore Rand Paul is an idiot whose opinion on amnesty must be fought.

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#65 Mar 21, 2013
spud wrote:
Libertarians are good on most things except free trade and open borders. It just so happens that those two things have destroyed our job market. Therefore Rand Paul is an idiot whose opinion on amnesty must be fought.
What has destroyed our jobs market is open borders and unions gouging the companies. Unions used to control 40% of the work force, now it is 7%. They killed the golden goose.
conservative crapola

Allentown, PA

#66 Mar 21, 2013
Rand Paul says he supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

Oops.

hahahahahahahahahahahaha
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#67 Mar 21, 2013
spud wrote:
Libertarians are good on most things except free trade and open borders. It just so happens that those two things have destroyed our job market. Therefore Rand Paul is an idiot whose opinion on amnesty must be fought.
Don’t confuse idiocy with insanity. Rand Paul is not an idiot.

Libertarians sound good to bright young college students who feel invincible and immortal, and best of all, smoking pot isn’t a problem for them. As we mature, however, most of us recognize the wisdom of government socialistic to care for ourselves and our fellow man.

Rand Paul is not against socialistic programs, but he believes keeling it on the down low a prudent measure toward getting elected. Pandering to the tea-fringies is, of course, current GOP wisdom (and what keeps them from winning elections).

R-r-r-eince Prebus has concluded that the GOP needs to smile and wink more at hispanic Americans and Rand Paul has genuflected to St. Reince, only to turn rapidly to regurgitate in sequence as an appeasement offering the tea-fringers who demand a steady diet of raw red meat with no sweeteners or other additives.

The biggest secret is, of course, that neither Rand nor the tea-fringers understand that what they like sabot him is that he’s as crazy as the are. Water seeks its own level regardless of its color. Speaking of which, what is that thing on Rand’s head?

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#68 Mar 21, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
Rand Paul says he supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Oops.
hahahahahahahahahahahaha
Well we can't shoot them, the government bought all the bullets.

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#69 Mar 21, 2013
Kuda wrote:
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Don’t confuse idiocy with insanity. Rand Paul is not an idiot.
Libertarians sound good to bright young college students who feel invincible and immortal, and best of all, smoking pot isn’t a problem for them. As we mature, however, most of us recognize the wisdom of government socialistic to care for ourselves and our fellow man.
Rand Paul is not against socialistic programs, but he believes keeling it on the down low a prudent measure toward getting elected. Pandering to the tea-fringies is, of course, current GOP wisdom (and what keeps them from winning elections).
R-r-r-eince Prebus has concluded that the GOP needs to smile and wink more at hispanic Americans and Rand Paul has genuflected to St. Reince, only to turn rapidly to regurgitate in sequence as an appeasement offering the tea-fringers who demand a steady diet of raw red meat with no sweeteners or other additives.
The biggest secret is, of course, that neither Rand nor the tea-fringers understand that what they like sabot him is that he’s as crazy as the are. Water seeks its own level regardless of its color. Speaking of which, what is that thing on Rand’s head?
Just an FYI, Spud and Crapola are the same person. He likes judging his own post.
conservative crapola

Easton, PA

#70 Mar 21, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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They'll only need 1 for you.

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#71 Mar 21, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
Rand Paul says he supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Oops.
hahahahahahahahahahahaha
Paul's path to citizenship would be a bed of nails.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#72 Mar 21, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Paul's path to citizenship would be a bed of nails.
I doubt that Rand Paul, as a Libertarian, would actually believe that government should be obstructing the gateways into the US. I would like to know if the Libertarian philosophy can justify any role for government. Where might they draw the line? Should we have government to provide defense from foreign enemies? Punish those among us who commit murder? Deliver our mail?

Mainly just curious, Kuda wants to know.

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#73 Mar 21, 2013
Kuda wrote:
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I doubt that Rand Paul, as a Libertarian, would actually believe that government should be obstructing the gateways into the US. I would like to know if the Libertarian philosophy can justify any role for government. Where might they draw the line? Should we have government to provide defense from foreign enemies? Punish those among us who commit murder? Deliver our mail?
Mainly just curious, Kuda wants to know.
Don't expect any coherent answers from Rand Paul. He just had a glass of Ripple.

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#74 Mar 22, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
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No, the only difference is that today, Republicans think we're still FIGHTING the Civil War...:)
You're entitled to your opinion. I won't ridicule you for it, and I won't address how nonsensical it is as it is not supported by facts. But, let me ask if you have noticed how so many Progressive ideas chip some of our freedom away. For a bit of safety -- Ben Franklin said something about trading security for freedom -- or a bit of convenience, we relinquish freedom. In our schools, we are training a generation of children to remain children forever; without trust in their own abilities, even embarrassed at their own successes. Our children are being trained to aspire to slavery, wholly dependent on others.

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#75 Mar 22, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
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Yeah...let the imaginary old guy in the sky save us.
(rolling eyes)
Leave the big questions to government as God, making the electedElite the high priests and witches.
The line for ObamaPhone is over there.

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#76 Mar 22, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Paul's path to citizenship would be a bed of nails.
Do they have to wear a turban as well?

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#77 Mar 22, 2013
RayOne wrote:
<quoted text>
Leave the big questions to government as God, making the electedElite the high priests and witches.
The line for ObamaPhone is over there.
SEQUESTERED: Air Force Academy Cancels Fourth of July...but the Obama’s schedule another jaunt to the luxury posh Martha’s Vineyard……plus entourage.
conservative crapola

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#78 Mar 22, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Boohooo. The teadead quandary. Cut, but don't cut. Cut, but don't cut. Still waiting for okiohomo and coburn to grow a pair and lead in something other than snarky remarks.

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#79 Mar 22, 2013
Just about bugs,
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#80 Mar 22, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
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Boohooo. The teadead quandary. Cut, but don't cut. Cut, but don't cut. Still waiting for okiohomo and coburn to grow a pair and lead in something other than snarky remarks.
bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
Despite sequester, Obama to designate five national monuments, The Sequester Jester.

Biden's One-Night Paris Hotel Tab:$585,000.50...

$459,388.65 Hotel Bill in London...
spud

Bangor, PA

#81 Mar 22, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Just an FYI, Spud and Crapola are the same person. He likes judging his own post.
Hey Jumboo, you're even more clueless than your posts suggest. Mr Crapola and myself mostly disagree.

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