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Published On: Sun, Apr 13th, 2014

Rand Paul spins some tunes on Twitter at #DJRandPaul, blows off Liz Cheney’s comment

It’s not every Sunday afternoon when you get to check out the musical vibes of a sitting US Senator; however, this was one such Sunday afternoon.

The junior Senator from the Bluegrass State tweeted out some YouTube video tunes for the past couple hours though none of the songs were actually bluegrass.

Rand Paul took requests from the Twitter world at #DJRandPaul , which included what he calls, the NSA theme song, “Every breath you take” by the Police. The eclectic set featured by #DJRandPaul include the Beatles classic “Come Together”, “Lose Yourself to Dance” by DaftPunk and what could considered Paul’s theme song, Tom Petty’s “I won’t back down”.

This morning on the ABC’s This Week, in an interview with Jonathan Karl, Senator Paul got to answer questions concerning the last Republican names in the White House, Bush and Cheney.

On potential 2016 Presidential primary opponent Jeb Bush’s comment on immigration and “an act of love” Paul said, “I think he might have been more artful, maybe, in the way he presented this, but I don’t want to say, ‘Oh he’s terrible for saying this. “If it were me, what I would have said is, ‘People who seek the American dream are not bad people. … However, we can’t invite the whole world.’ When you say they’re doing an act of love and you don’t follow it up with, ‘We have to control the border,’ people think, ‘Well, because they’re doing this for kind reasons, the whole world can come to our country.’”

On Liz Cheney’s comment that Dr Paul gets his foreign policy talking points from MSNBCs Rachel Maddow, Paul  responds with a chuckle, “It’s funny that my talking points would come from Rachel Maddow,” Paul said. “She is not my biggest champion.” Sen. Paul, I would lay odds that Liz Cheney is also not your biggest champion.

#DJRandPaul


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