Skip to comments.Rand Paul Defends President Obama From Dick Cheney
Posted on 06/20/2014 12:02:44 PM PDT by nhwingut
Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.) defended President Obama from former vice president Dick Cheneys critiques of his policy in Iraq, saying that he faults Cheney and the rest of President George W. Bushs team for launching an invasion of Iraq that ultimately strengthened Iran.
Whats going on now, I dont blame on President Obama, Paul told NBCs David Gregory. But I do blame the Iraq War on the chaos that is in the Middle East. I also blame those who were for the Iraq war for emboldening Iran.
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Randy is such a card.
FURP!! Leftist surrender monkey!!
What color is the sky on his world? What a retard.
Rand Paul, yet another pizzle.
Invasion of Iraq was all about the ‘Petrodollar’
Bush and Maliki signing the Status of Forces Agreement in Dec, 2008
Rand is off my list. I had better hopes for him.
Rand Paul is a jerk just like his Dad.
wow did he lose points in my estimation
whadda idiot statement
Someone tell me again why libertarians are an alternative to dims and GOPe?
I suppose Rand has a plan for his future. I can’t quite discern it. Getting headlines like this makes it a little touch to understand his political thought process.
touch = tough
oh sure it was
at best we only ever got 4% of our oil from Iraq and less after the war than before
I guess you should worry we’ll invade Canada on behalf of the mighty petrodollar
And Rand Paul defends this fraudulent construction. Fie on him.
Something about fruit not falling far from the tree.
He is as dangerous and loony as his father.
Hate to say it, but I agree. We should never have become embroiled in Iraq.
Go in and kick the $4I7 out of them and get out. Nation building, meals on wheels...leave it to the blue helmets.
There will NEVER be peace in the middle east, that is until the day of the Lord.
Rand Paul is the (all) white Obama who will say anything to pander to what he thinks is the majority.
He is positioning himself to run, disastrously of course, as an ‘independent’-—pro-amnesty, pro-dope, pro-homo, anti-Israel, anti-defense-—or perhaps even more likely as a Democrat.
“The Republican Party left me,” he will say to the thrall of the lunatic left.
Rand Paul is wrong.
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