Sunday, September 21, 2014

Rand Paul Says Former Goldman Sachs Crony “Could Be the Face of a New GOP.”

 Rand Paul was the featured speaker at the California Republican convention, being held in Los Angeles this weekend at the LAX Marriott .

According to LaTi, in an interview after his speech, Rand lauded Neel Kashkari’s candidacy for governor of California and described him as someone who “could be the face of a new GOP.”

For the record, Kashkari ran the US government’s $700 billion TARP program during the Bush administration, before that he worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs.

His campaign page indicates that he is just another politico tinkerer. There is no call for ending the coercive, inefficient public school system, where government propaganda is all present. He just wants to tinker with the education sector.

He doesn't call for ending the state run massive, bureaucratic, public university system, which includes the University of California, California State University, and California Community Colleges, but rather he is campaigning with a promise to make "higher education more affordable."

He has some kind of "jobs program," as if government can do something to create jobs.

In other words, he is a typical politician that has no plans to put California on a truly libertarian footing. Well, on second thought, maybe he does have a lot in common with Rand, and it does make sense for Rand to endorse him.


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