Rand Paul Quotes and its meanings

Rand Paul has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Business Change Courage Dad Fear Freedom Government History Home Politics Society Success War Work

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What does Rand Paul write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Rand Paul?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Rand Paul.

  • The Republican platform specifically says we don't believe in bailing out private business, and yet we did.
  • Giving someone a one-time stimulus check, or a one-time tax cut that expires doesn't allow the predictability that business needs.
  • I don't think I'm really open to having Washington change me.
  • What I've always said is that I'm opposed to institutional racism, and I would've, had I've been alive at the time, I think, had the courage to march with Martin Luther King to overturn institutional racism, and I see no place in our society for institutional racism.
  • I think my dad has helped me tremendously.
  • Do we fear terrorism so much that we throw out our Constitution, and are we unwilling and afraid to debate our Constitution?
  • If our freedom is taken, the American dream will wither and die.
  • I have a message from the Tea Party, a message that is loud and clear and does not mince words. We've come to take our government back.
  • You can't have it both ways. You can't tell me that you're taxed enough already, and that you want constitutional government and then in the next breath say, 'Bring me home some bacon.' The pig has been picked clean.
  • I think if you have a two-story office and you hire someone who's handicapped, it might be reasonable to let him have an office on the first floor rather than the government saying you have to have a $100,000 elevator.