Friday, January 11, 2013

Rand Paul Sends a Coded Message

Earlier today, while campaigning in the 51st state, Rand took a quick dip in Israel's famous Dead Sea.


Notice the t-shirt he is wearing.





(photos via Business Insider's Grace Wyler, who is travelling with Rand)  




15 comments:

  1. I thought it was cold as hell in Israel.

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  2. Message to neocons (really right wing Progressives), Rand Paul supports the area of government you guys worship and love.

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  3. why is he wearing war paint?

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    1. aw its just mud, better than egg i guess.

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  4. Yep, what a warmonger. I mean, for the love of God, wearing an Army t-shirt... then there's what this warmongering psycho is wearing here...

    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://r3volution.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/ron-paul-in-air-force-uniform1.jpg&imgrefurl=http://r3volution.org/who-is-ron-paul/&h=640&w=478&sz=73&tbnid=QWEEou2T3wB2UM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=67&zoom=1&usg=__tCrXBx1V5tM8Int4Bp_J8JioiAs=&docid=Rluq5SJq1Sca8M&sa=X&ei=io7wUMi-Oo_V0gGzh4CABw&ved=0CD0Q9QEwAQ&dur=362

    just terrible

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    1. You mean before Ron Paul discovered the evils of the U.S government and its military industrial complex? I really don't care of Rand Paul wears an "Army Strong" t-shirt as long as he understands that if elected president he should bring all the troops home and close down all of the military bases as his father would have if elected president. But we all know that Rand rolled down the hill a little ways when he fell off the tree. I might even vote for him, as a protest vote. And if he wins, as long as I am alive I will support anyone willing to take the next step in unseating a quasi libertarian from office. There will always be a lesser of two evils in my book, until evil is purged entirely and we live in a society without a state. That won't happen in my lifetime, or probably in the history of the U.S (however long it lasts)

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    2. I'm not sure how much choice Ron Paul had in the matter considering he was drafted.

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    3. Anonymous,

      I totally agree with you. This site's bashing of Rand is starting to get really funny. Every day I anticipate another over-the-top criticism.

      Rand is solid and he will do well in 2016. :)

      Cheers.

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    4. Does anyone know if Ron signed up to go save lives during the war or was he 'choosen' by his gov't to serve?

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    5. How many decades ago was that picture taken?

      More recently Ron has described conditions in Gaza as "like in concentration camps" while Rand accepts a VIP vacation from The Military Industrial Complex.

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    6. And Ron Paul has also said that Israel should be able to do whatever it feels it needs to defend itself without interference by the United States, and Rand's trip was privately financed so I don't know why this trip to Israel is such a problem.

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  5. Rand Paul is not in a race with Marko Rubio for President of the United States of America: but who can grovel, scrape, and genuflect to prove his worth as Benjamin Netanyahu's prison b'otch. Pull your pants up boys, we don't need to know what size Fruit of the Looms you wear!

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  6. Rand Paul is now on the powerful Senate Foreign Relations committee and Israel is quaking.

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