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Rand Paul: “What’s Not to Love?” About an Endorsement by Sarah Palin

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 16, 2013


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From article by Hadas Gold at Politico:

Rand Paul on Sarah Palin: ‘What’s not to love?’

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By HADAS GOLD | 8/14/13 6:12 AM EDT Updated: 8/14/13 5:29 PM EDT
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Sen. Rand Paul is happy Sarah Palin is on his side.

“I love an endorsement by Sarah Palin, what’s not to love?” the Kentucky Republican said on CNN on Tuesday.

Over the weekend, the former Alaska governor and vice presidential nominee said she was on Paul’s side in his recent public spat with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

“I’m on Team Rand. Rand Paul understands, he gets the whole notion of ‘Don’t tread on me, government,’ whereas Chris Christie is for big government and, you know, trying to go along to get along in so many respects,” Palin said on CNN.

On Tuesday, Paul said Team Rand can include anyone.

“Team Rand, you know, whatever that means, can include a lot of people. What I’ve been telling people is that I want to grow the Republican Party and that means that some of the libertarian ideas of respecting people’s privacy, respecting the Fourth Amendment, not spying on Americans, I think that appeals to a lot of young people and will bring new people into our party if we become the party of privacy. It’s hurt the president significantly,” Paul said.

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One Response to “Rand Paul: “What’s Not to Love?” About an Endorsement by Sarah Palin”

  1. Linda said

    yea Sara. Still want you to run for president.

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