Sen. Rand Paul have been creating a lot of buzz in the political world about his possible President run in 2016. Even though he hasn’t officially announced he’s running yet, he did drop plenty of hints that he’s going to. I’ve had my eye on Rand Paul ever since his 13 hour filibuster. After that, I’ve always had a feeling that this guy is going to be something special in the future. His political views maybe more on the “Libertarian” side but I still respect the hell out of him. By the way everyone, I don’t just side with all republican/conservative government officials. I’ll side with a politician doesn’t matter what party they’re in. They don’t always have to be “right-wingers”. If I agree with their political views and issues, they’ll get my support.
Rand Paul would be the guy who would give our country back. He could be the next Ronald Reagan that we would need. Sen. Paul is a constitutionalist. He takes the constitution very seriously and he seems to understand it all pretty well. I think Rand Paul is going to get a lot of respect from people from all parties, even liberals.
If Rand Paul gets elected in 2016, he would fix all the mess that George W. Bush and Obama have left us. He would give us our Constitution back. He would end all NSA/IRS spying. He would end all use of drones. If the US is in a crisis with other countries, Sen. Paul would try to end things in a peaceful way. Unlike Obama, Sen. Paul would act on it if the US was in danger. Sen. Paul would also NOT kill people or make them lose their jobs if they disagreed with his regime. Sen. Paul would also be a transparent president. He would be honest and wouldn’t lie about stuff. He would also fix the economy and the job market. If another Benghazi/Operation F&F happened again under Sen. Paul, he would do something about it right away and get to the bottom of them. Sen. Paul will NOT cover up and lie about government crimes.
With Rand Paul’s goal of fighting back the NSA spying, he’s obviously getting a lot of help from his father Ron Paul on that. Dr. Ron Paul have been fighting government surveillance since the 1980’s and this is where Sen. Paul is getting all this from. Rand Paul is just taking it to another level. Ron is definitely helping Rand to push his possible presidency. Rand Paul is attracting a lot of young supporters just like Ron Paul did.
I know it’s early to say that Rand Paul is gonna be our next president but everyone else is predicting the same thing. That’s the deal with politics, ya know? The reason people are predicting that Rand Paul is gonna run this early is ’cause we are hoping that he will fix all the mess that Barack have left us and we know he can do it. That’s how you get politicians to run for President. It’s usually sparked out of popularity. If you get a buzz going early, that’s what makes them want to run. Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz are creating presidential buzz too. While those two are great, I like Rand Paul more.
On top of that, Rand Paul is a nice guy and he seems down to earth. He’s not an egotistical prick like Barack. Rand Paul is fearless. He’s willing to tell the truth no matter the consequences. I respect this guy for a lot of reasons and I think he’ll be great leader.
In facebook, I’m seeing a lot of hateful postings against candidate, Rick Santorum. A lot of people say he’s offensive, and hateful about a lot of things. Wrong. Rick is actually the most positive guy than the other three guys. It’s actually Mitt Romney, is the biggest asshole of them all. Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich are jerks too. That’s why their scores are getting low in the GOP race.
Rick’s honest thoughts maybe controversial, yes, but at least he has the balls to say what he wants. Rick doesn’t waste time attacking the other candidates. He focuses on the issues and more important things. Never once, I ever heard him say something negative.
Maybe this is why some people can’t stand Rick ’cause they know he’s the most honest than the other three. Rick was never opinionated about anything. He was always pretty factual. That’s why his numbers are going up and why he is kicking ass in the election.
People are starting to give him a little more respect. He improved his campaigns and he’s getting better at his public speeches. Give it time, you’ll start to give him more respect too.
He maybe hard to understand at first, but soon you’ll get it. Where he’s getting at and how he’s feeling about things. He’s just staying true to the Constitution. He also wants what’s best for families and the American people, he actually cares for us.
I’ll always support him.
I had my eyes glued to the TV all evening last night. I was watching the GOP election for the three states they were doing last night, all evening. It was pretty amazing. Rick was kicking ass last night and I hope he keeps at it if he wants to get ahead of Romney.
Right now, Romney has 106 total delegates. Rick is in third place now with 34 total delegates. Rick would now need a little over 70 delegates if he wants to beat Romney. If Rick wants to beat Romney and get ahead of him, it might take Rick several more states to do it.
Saturday will be the Maine caucus, and I’ll be watching that this weekend as well to see if Rick wins Maine.
Check out the results so far, here.
People are starting to slam me in facebook for my choice of President for Rick Santorum, but oh well. I don’t care what the haters say. I’m rooting for Rick no matter what anybody says. I just think he’s the best guy out of the 4 candidates. I’m very impressed with him and I like the way he thinks.
Rick Santorum would make a great president. If he’s elected, the economy will get better and we’ll get more jobs. Plus, there will be less violence and terrorism in this country and we could live better lives.
See? What I tell ya all? I just knew Rick was going to start kicking ass soon and I was right! Rick is on fire tonight for the Caucus for the three states in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado. Santorum is in the lead for Missouri and Minnesota, but the Colorado results aren’t in yet. I think he’s going to kick ass in Colorado too.
RICK SANTORUM 2012!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
See, I told you before, Rick has a chance to win the GOP. He’s going to get it! 🙂
The state of Nevada is extremely popular with Mormons. It’s a Mormon state. That’s the only reason why he got a large number of delegates ’cause Romney has a lot of fellow Mormon supporters. Honestly, I have nothing against Romney being a Mormon, it’s just that I’m no big fan of his political issues. He doesn’t care for the poor and he enjoys firing people. Lots of other reasons why I don’t like him. I don’t agree with a lot of Romney’s political issues.
Tuesday will be Colorado and Minnesota, so somebody else may have a chance in winning those two states. If Romney ends up winning both of those states again, I’m gonna be pissed.
Hopefully, Rick will step his game up. Rick needs to improve his campaigns and debates if he wants to catch up to Romney.
Everyone wants to see Obama get defeated and have someone else get elected president, but Obama could be victorious in the President Election itself and he may get re-elected. I’m praying Obama loses too.
If Rick Santorum drops out of the Election before Nov., I’ll just vote for anybody randomly, just to try and help get Obama out of office. I’m happy for Rick that he wasn’t in Nevada today. He was busy campaigning in Colorado instead, which is good, more power to him. Hopefully, Rick, will get higher scores in Colorado and Minn. on Tuesday, or even better win both states.
Some of you may think that Rick Santorum, or even Newt Gingrich or Ron Paul may not have a chance of getting ahead of Mitt Romney in the “GOP Race”. The other candidates STILL have a chance in getting ahead of Romney. Romney has 75 delegates so far, and if you look at the website, all you need, is “1,144” delegates to get to the GOP. The GOP election needs to do all the states in the US, they only did 4 so far. For Ron, Newt, and Rick, they would need to win a lot more states if they want to get ahead of Romney. This is still just the beginning of the GOP race. They still have ways to go. The GOP race won’t end ’til the end of June.
Today is the Nevada caucus, and I’m looking forward to seeing who will be victorious on that state. I’ll be following the rest of the GOP election. While the other guys still have a chance in getting ahead of Romney, I’m still rooting for Rick. So hopefully he’ll win Nevada today.
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