“Meet the Press”: Senator Rand Paul Refuses to accept his part in shutting down the U.S. Government


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Savannah Guthrie took charge for David Gregory yesterday on “Meet the Press.”  She came well-prepared and did an excellent job.  I especially liked her questions for Rand Paul of Kentucky who is the second most vocal Republican in the news.  When asked to take ownership for his part in the GOP shutdown, Senator Paul took the coward’s way out by deflecting the questions with talking points and slick rhetoric.  It was ludicrous of him to attempt blaming the shutdown on Democrats. Mr. Paul even refused to respond to the suffering the American people are experiencing because Republicans are ignoring the will of the people who are overwhelmingly against shutting down the U.S. government to gain a political advantage. They don’t all watch Fox: They watch the real news and know that it is Republicans who are putting  American lives at risk and harming the welfare of the American family which does not have the resources to withstand the loss of paychecks for an undetermined length of time. Rand Paul is so ego-driven that he thinks Republicans should dictate to Democrats who enjoy a larger share of government power.  Mr. Paul, the American people call a spade a spade.  They say that “this is a GOP shutdown” and voters will hold Republican Party to account. It is time for Republicans and the Tea Party element to yield!

—GoodOleWoody

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