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Zombie Henry Clay: Rand Paul is an Embarrassment to the Commonwealth of Kentucky

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If Luke Russert continues to score points off the state of Kentucky’s leading Senate candidate, I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see Clay get up, leave his tomb, and appear himself on this week’s Meet the Press:

Twitter is abuzz with word that Rand Paul is trying to cancel his appearance this Sunday on Meet the Press, probably because the biased media keeps asking him about things he’s said, like jerks. Meet the Press is responding with a public shaming — both host David Gregory and executive producer Betsy Fischer are tweeting about it.

Update: Luke Russert is joining in on the Twitter shaming, channeling his deceased father, the former host of Meet the Press: “Hey Dr. Paul, if you can’t answer tough questions how are you going to be able to make tough decisions as a U.S. Senator? -TJR.” (We think he’s referring to this line of Tim’s.)

The Randernaut is setting records for “not ready for prime time, or even Sunday morning time.” Incidentally, it’s obvious that Rand’s particularly vision of the relationship between the individual and the federal government would appall Clay, who strongly believed in the necessity of Federal investment in and facilitation of local economic activity.

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  • Zombie John C. Breckinridge: I kind of like this Rand Paul fellow. We have similar viewpoints on race and the federal government.

  • Boudleaux

    Who knew the Commonwealth of Kentucky was capable of embarrassment?

    • DrDick

      Given that they previously elected Mitch McConnell to the Senate, I think not.

  • Davis

    When libertarians run for office, they usually get to boldly say whatever they want because they have no chance and nobody cares. Now with a major party nomination, people pay attention and see libertarianism for the juvenile nonsense it is.

  • Matt

    Kentucky’s the one with the horses, right?

    • DrDick

      And a horse’s ass running for the Senate.

  • Daniel

    Incidentally, it’s obvious that Rand’s particularly vision of the relationship between the individual and the federal government would appall Clay, who strongly believed in the necessity of Federal investment in and facilitation of local economic activity.

    Understatement of the day. For most of Clay’s political career he pushed a set of policies called the American System which was meant to improve the young United States through investment in public infrastructure funded by a high tariff. He was a big believer in the power of government (even though he flipflopped on a national bank). It’s hard to see Paul agreeing with Clay on much other than how awesome Kentucky is.

  • Davis X. Machina

    Meanwhile the Reagan Legacy Project comes this close |……| to renaming Mt. Clay in NH’s presidential range to “Mt. Reagan”.

    • Daniel

      That’s in addition to NC Rep. Pat McHenry’s proposal to change the face of the $50 bill from Grant to Reagan. How much Reagan masturbating can we really do?

  • liberascare-ian

    Rand Paul is against stem cell research murder but supports the cloning of Hitler like that Gregory Peck movie The Boys From Brazil.

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