While addressing the Clark County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner tonight, Rand Paul’s Campaign Manager, David Adams [above photo], made a stunning revelation. Rand Paul is running a national campaign to be the next US Senator from Kentucky.
MSNBC, CNN, FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, and national print media exposure has been carefully orchestrated to garner national support, influence, money, prestige, and recognition.
We know that 90% of his $2 million has come from outside the Commonwealth.
We know that his “Spring Break in Kentucky” is for training astroturf campaign workers from outside of Kentucky and that he has rental lodging for them to stay in.
We know that Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty is coordinating this national effort.
We know that the Republican Party of Kentucky is powerless to stop it.
Should Rand Paul win the US Senate race in Kentucky this year it will be the first time in Kentucky’s history that the rest of the nation elected our Senator.
We certainly won’t be the ones electing him.
How do we know? Well, for example, Rand Paul didn’t bother to send a representative to the Pike County Republican Women’s LDD last night. Why not? Well, for one thing, he’s got this all sewn up of course. I think he’s got hard feelings towards the guest speaker, Congressman Hal Rogers, so he blew off the entire Republican party in the heart of the coal region. Some “Friend of Coal.”
He’s no “Friend of Coal.” He’s no friend of Kentucky, people. Look closely at the fox in our henhouse. He’s buying his way to the General Election when the media will pull out all the stops to shatter him so they can get a another Democrat into the US Senate.
Only 10 weeks left. What’s amazing is I can’t find too many people that say they actually respect the man for personal integrity. Everyone knows the citizens are seeing Ron Paul campaigning behind Rand Paul with Sarah Palin’s misguided endorsement.
I have greater confidence in the people of Kentucky. We must end this outside national interference and meddling in our internal affairs.
Bill Johnson has made it clear from day one  that he strongly stands for the true conservative values that mirror that of Ronald Reagan. He has ran a legitimate campaign by merely taking his message to the people of Kentucky that actually are the only ones able to vote in this primary. Given they are registered as either Republican or Democrats, Independents are unable to cast a vote until the general election. Rand Paul has stated his reasons for running as a Republican in this election…
I know that third party candidates can’t win in KY. Although I’m a libertarian at heart, I’ve decided to run as a Republican. Once I win I’ll be able to promote my father’s principles and work towards reforming the Republican party”. ~ Rand Paul, 2009
So I ask the voters of Kentucky do they want someone who is only running to further the cause and platform of their father or do they want someone who is willing to once again answer the call of service not only to Kentuckians but Americans as well. I will take DUTY-HONOR-COUNTRY any day over more of the same of what we have in DC. So Kentuckians if you really want to show the nation that here in Kentucky we are capable of making up our own minds regarding the candidate we choose to vote for then I beseech you to become informed and not let the “main stream media” dictate to you or influence your vote…
H/T Dr. David Duncan