This really takes the cake. The knucklehead makes bigger enemies out of Conservatives & Libertarians - all whom he should be supporting, than he does Democrats. Then this:http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/03/15/john-mccain-rand-paul-is-now-working-for-vladimir-putin.htmlsigh... some guys haven't realized the train has left the station, and should have gotten on it.
After the Kentucky senator objected to a bill advancing Montenegro’s push for NATO membership, McCain lost his cool and accused his colleague of being a Putin operative.While speaking from the Senate floor in support of a bill advancing Montenegro’s bid to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), McCain noted objection from his Kentucky colleague, saying that if you oppose the measure, “You are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin... trying to dismember this small country which has already been the subject an attempted coup.”
I wanted to say big thank you to Senator Paul for taking this step, he made my day. Senator McCain is advocating for the Montenegrin regime of Milo Đukanović, probably the worst crook in the Balkans of today, connected to the Sicilian Mafia, he literally owns Montenegro, and is one of the political fathers of the current Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić. He invented the alleged coup against him during the Montenegro parliamentary elections day on October 16th 2016 in order to scare the voters and win the elections. His protege Aleksandar Vučić also invents coups against him every so often, in order to play a victim and gain more sympathies.
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/03/16/rand_paul_john_mccain_unhinged_and_past_his_prime.htmlRand Paul responds with the $ quote: 'McCain makes a good case for term limits' Paul definitely has these flashes of brilliance - how can anyone not like the guy?
Now that's funny. But you ask: "how can anyone not like the guy?"Easy, he aligned with the enemy and turned his back on TEA. But it was still funny, what he said about Johnny and term limits.
I like Rand Paul, he raises good points for discussion, over and over, when they ought to be brought into the discussion.Leader...? NOPE, he's a stone thrower. In some ways like a Democrat, if there's a legitimate objection to a bill - count on Rand Paul to FIND IT and run with it... forever, until someone says, "Ok - ok - ok... we get it, Rand", he smirks and shuts up. Not much of a leader if you can't get out in front and project your ideas ahead of the debate. He's like a caboose.I still like him - and voters like me, probably drive him nuts, 'cause there's always someone better to vote for.On the other hand.... I haven't ever liked John McCain, and though had some respect for him at one time, that's evaporating with his pointless & very public attacks on members of his own party.