...then OBAMA is now a RADICAL RIGHT-WING 'divine right of kings' PETTY TYRANT, and Rand Paul is a "liberal" DEFENDING THE RIGHTS of a now DESPISED, downtrodden, abused, and discarded MINORITY !!
Sen. Rand Paul blasted the federal government for trying to block World War II vets from visiting their memorial [much of which was paid for by PRIVATE DONATIONS] saying “some idiot in government sent goons out there to set up barricades.”
...all so Mr. Obama can SCAPEGOAT Republicans and TERRORIZE AMERICAN CITIZENS for his government SHUTDOWN 'Obama-care' EXTORTION - as the TREASONOUS Mr. Obama permits 'Fed' Chairman Ben Bernanke to just GIVE the traitor bankers EIGHTY FIVE BILLION DOLLARS _EVERY MONTH_ in "free money for bankers," the so-called 'Quantitative Easing' that DEVALUE, DEBASES and erodes the paychecks, savings, incomes, and pensions, of tens of millions of Americans...
WE KNOW WHO THAT "GOON" IS - BARACK OBAMA, the COWARD HIDING behind and fronting for his traitor BILLION DOLLAR BANKERS, as he BLOCKS AMERICAN PUBLIC ACCESS to _OUR_ national parks & memorials... while he lives the life of an emperor in the White House and on Air Force 1 flying from vacation to vacation on the American taxpayers' dime, overseeing a vast, mass-murderous imperial military empire that would make Caesar, Hitler, or Genghis Khan jealous...
Rand Paul: ‘Goons’ blocked WWII Memorial
by LUCY MCCALMONT Politico October 2, 2013
Sen. Rand Paul blasted the federal government for trying to block World War II vets from visiting their memorial, saying “some idiot in government sent goons out there to set up barricades.”-
“If Harry Reid and the President want to keep the parks closed — I mean did you read the story today? Some IDIOT IN GOVERNMENT SENT GOONS OUT there to set up barricades, so [veterans often visiting from distant states] couldn’t see the monument. People had to spend hours setting up barricades where there are never barricades, to prevent people from seeing the World War II monument, because they’re trying to play a charade,” Rand (R-Ky.) said Tuesday on Fox News’s “Hannity.”