Friday, September 13, 2013

Rand Paul Sees Anti-War Movement as a 'Slow Down' Movement

Anyone who believes that Rand Paul is against U.S. meddling in other countries affairs has to explain this comment in Rand's new op-ed:
Being a realist means looking at each situation carefully, thoughtfully and individually. I do not reflexively want to rush to war, nor am I reflexively against using our military when the situation calls for it.
And Rand's penchant for distorting meanings and movements has reached steroid levels:
The voices of those in Congress and the overwhelming number of Americans who stood up — and said, “Slow down!” — allowed this possible diplomatic solution to take shape.
Is there anyone besides Rand that believes the recent uproar against an attack on Syria was an uproar to slow down an attack, rather than a broad-based objection to attack?

Rand is becoming a caricature of himself.

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