Good news.
Sen. Rand Paul was selected today to deliver the Tea Party response to Barack Obama’s State of the Union address this coming week.
Political Ticker reported:

Tea party leaders are turning to Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, to deliver their message following President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address, a speech that will compete with the official Republican response.

Paul will make his remarks soon after Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, wraps up the GOP response Tuesday night, a Paul spokeswoman confirms to CNN.

“We are giving a voice to the tea party movement when the mainstream media and the Republican establishment wants to write us off as dead,” said Amy Kremer, chairman of the Tea Party Express. This is the third year in a row that Kremer’s organization has sponsored the tea party response.

 

 

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  1. So they essentially picked there most obvious dork to deliver the completely baloney that will emanate from their side–Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Oh the lib progressives will go out of their mind.. Sen. Paul will lay out the truth about this administration. Law breakers. We the People are Obama’s boss. We would be in jail. To think he is for the middle class is such a lie. Join his collective and recieve your benefit. This sounds alittle like history. (stalin)

  3. a Rand Paul / Tea Party response to the SOTUA is a bad idea, because it plays into Obama’s ‘divide and conquer’ strategy.

  4. Oh dear…this isn’t good. Even when he is right (and he’s often not) he sounds like a whining child and i find myself wanting to slap him.

  5. Rand will show up Rubio as he is a lightweight.

  6. Rand Paul is honest. He says what he thinks without pretense. He has a conservative
    viewpoint that I mostly agree with. It is refreshing.

    I look forward to his comments.

  7. Yes, he says what he thinks without pretense, but more often than not he also says it without thinking. He’s a crank and we can do better.

  8. Rand Paul isn’t perfect? Well, let’s just get Karl Rove to speak for us instead. He’s a wordsmith, I tell you. A true genius. Just ask him.

    /sarc

  9. In all seriousness, the Tea Party movement needs to work furiously to elect members of Congress. We need more spokespeople who carry the “gravitas” [sorry - I hate that word] of elected office.





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