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Rand Paul Sucking Up to 2012 Presidential Nominee Jeb Bush

Tea party favorite Rand Paul is getting help from a well-known Republican later this month, when Jeb Bush will attend a fundraiser for the Kentucky Senate candidate. Paul's campaign said Friday that the former Florida governor will attend the fundraiser July 26 at a private home in the Louisville area. Paul campaign manager Jesse Benton said tickets will start at $1,000 per person. Bush served two terms as Florida's governor, and he is the son and brother of former Republican presidents. Paul portrayed himself as a political outsider in winning the Republican Senate nomination in May, beating establishment favorite Trey Grayson. Since then, Paul has mingled with Republican insiders at a recent Washington fundraiser, while still criticizing the government-backed bailouts some of them supported.

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Comment by Justin Tyme
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We all know it's just party politics.  Now that you're part of the club, you have to go along to get along.

However, I can't help but think that this is more for Jeb's benifit than Rand's.  Jeb and the club want to tap into the 3v0l. ;-) 

Comment by Die Daily
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Jeb Bush would be great at unifying America. He is already so experienced at vote fraud and the pseudo-legal subversion of democratic principles that we would never have to have another close election. They could all be landslides. Woo hoo.

Rand is fast, I'll have to admit. I've seldom seen anyone hit the top of the slippery slope with more running speed. Hope I'm wrong. But I'm thinking "You're no Dr. Paul, Dr. Paul".

Comment by pissed off veteran
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you've got to be kidding me... you people the american citizens will never learn. 


you will all get what you deserve in the end.


open your eye's and ears people.


before it is to late... your kids future depend on it.



Comment by Mike Renzulli
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Works for me! I like Jeb Bush and if he runs I will support him. He was a very good Governor of Florida and I think would make a great President. :)

Comment by Found Zero
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Comment by Ernest Hancock
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In for a Penny... In for a ???

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