Published On: Wed, Nov 2nd, 2016

Rand Paul responds to Jim Gray’s ‘Wild Ass’ accusations

The debate between the two candidates for the US Senate seat in Kentucky provided quite a contrast–statist ideas vs Constitutional ideas (Watch below).

Rand Paul on campaign trail 2015 gage skidmoreLexington, KY Democratic Mayor Jim Gray squared off against the the incumbent Republican Senator Rand Paul Monday night for their only debate.

It didn’t take long for Mayor Gray to attack Dr Paul on his “wild-ass” ideas, not once but twice.

This prompted Paul to post the following on Facebook Tuesday in response:

Last night during the Kentucky Senate debate my opponent accused me of having “wild ass philosophies.” He actually used that line several times during his unhinged debate performance. I think he may have had a little too much of our great Kentucky Bourbon personally but then I thought – what policies is he talking about?

So I created a list of my Top Ten Wild Ass Philosophies for you:

1. Balancing the budget and ending our debt
2. Supporting term limits
3. Proposing we read all of the bills before voting
4. Fighting to end the Obama/Hillary war on coal
5. Standing up for family farms against an out of control EPA
6. Asking that we only going to war if congress declares it — As the constitution intended!
7. Standing up for the entire bill of rights
8. Auditing the federal reserve
9. Arguing for lower taxes and regulations to help create new jobs
10. Continuously opposing Hillary Clinton

It’s a pretty crazy list don’t you think?

The latest polls have Sen. Paul up by more than 6 percent.





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