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Rand Paul

Data de nascimento: 7. Janeiro 1963

Randal Howard Paul, conhecido como Rand Paul , é um oftalmologista e político americano do Partido Republicano. Ele foi eleito em 2010 para uma cadeira no Senado dos EUA pelo estado de Kentucky, vencendo o democrata Jack Conway.

Filho do deputado republicano Ron Paul, Rand tem posições próximas às do pai, definindo-se como um "conservador constitucional". Ele pertence ao Movimento Tea Party e defende o não intervencionismo, a redução do tamanho do Estado, o controle dos gastos públicos e o fim das reeleições ilimitadas dos congressistas americanos. Ele propõe a redução de gastos federais com o bem-estar social, como o fim do Departamento de Educação, e do orçamento militar do país.Em abril de 2015 ele anunciou oficialmente que iria concorrer ao cargo de presidente dos Estados Unidos nas eleições de 2016. Contudo, em fevereiro de 2016, anunciou que estava suspendendo sua campanha devido a fracas performances nas pesquisas de opinião e no caucus de Iowa.

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„Technology revolutionaries succeed because of the decentralized nature of the Internet, which defies government control.“

—  Rand Paul

Contexto: Technology revolutionaries succeeded not because of some collectivist vision that seeks to regulate “fairness”, “neutrality”, “privacy” or “competition” through coercive state actions, or that views the Internet and technology as a vast commons that must be freely available to all, but rather because of the same belief as America’s Founders who understood that private property is the foundation of prosperity and freedom itself. Technology revolutionaries succeed because of the decentralized nature of the Internet, which defies government control. As a consequence, decentralization has unlocked individual self-empowerment, entrepreneurialism, creativity, innovation and the creation of new markets in ways never before imagined in human history... Around the world, the real threat to Internet freedom comes not from bad people or inefficient markets -- we can and will always route around them -- but from governments' foolish attempts to manage and control innovation. And it is not just the tyrannies we must fear. The road away from freedom is paved with good intentions.

„I wasn't sure his views on marriage could get any gayer.“

—  Rand Paul

Contexto: The president recently weighed in on marriage, and you know he said his views were evolving on marriage. Call me cynical, but I wasn't sure his views on marriage could get any gayer. Now, it did kind of bother me though, that he used the justification for it in a Biblical reference. He said the Biblical golden rule caused him to be for gay marriage. And I'm like, what version of the Bible is he reading? It's not the King James Version, it's not the New American Standard Version, it's not the New Revised version; I don't know what version he's getting that from.

„A free society will abide unofficial, private discrimination, even when that means allowing hate-filled groups to exclude people based on the color of their skin. It is unenlightened and ill-informed to promote discrimination against individuals based on the color of their skin. It is likewise unwise to forget the distinction between public (taxpayer-financed) and private entities.“

—  Rand Paul

Letter to the editor, Bowling Green Daily News, 2002-05-30
Rand Paul in '02: I may not like it, but 'a free society' will allow 'hate-filled groups to exclude people based on the color of their skin'
Right Now
Washington Post

„Rachel Maddow: Do you think that a private business has the right to say we don't serve black people?Rand Paul: I'm not in favor of any discrimination of any form; I would never belong to any club that excluded anybody for race. We still do have private clubs in America that can discriminate based on race. But I think what's important about this debate is not written into any specific "gotcha" on this, but asking the question: what about freedom of speech? Should we limit speech from people we find abhorrent? Should we limit racists from speaking? I don't want to be associated with those people, but I also don't want to limit their speech in any way in the sense that we tolerate boorish and uncivilized behavior because that's one of the things freedom requires is that we allow people to be boorish and uncivilized, but that doesn't mean we approve of it. I think the problem with this debate is by getting muddled down into it, the implication is somehow that I would approve of any racism or discrimination, and I don't in any form or fashion.I do defend and believe that the government should not be involved with institutional racism or discrimination or segregation in schools, busing, all those things. But had I been there, there would have been some discussion over one of the titles of the civil rights. And I think that's a valid point, and still a valid discussion, because the thing is, is if we want to harbor in on private businesses and their policies, then you have to have the discussion about: do you want to abridge the First Amendment as well. Do you want to say that because people say abhorrent things — you know, we still have this. We're having all this debate over hate speech and this and that. Can you have a newspaper and say abhorrent things? Can you march in a parade and believe in abhorrent things, you know?“

—  Rand Paul

The Rachel Maddow Show
Rand Paul on 'Maddow' fallout begins
Maddow Blog

„I don't think either one of them literally want to incite violence. But they have to realize that when they tell people to get up in your face, that there are some crazy unstable people out there. There are truly people who have anger issues. The guy that shot over two hundred rounds from a semi-automatic weapon at us at the ballfield, was an angry guy. He was a guy that would go down to the city council and yell and scream and get angry and red in the face. He once hit a neighbor with the butt of his gun. He had all of these anger issues. But then when people stoke that and say "get up in their face", "go to Washington."“

—  Rand Paul

He showed up at the ballfield that day, and as he started shooting at us he yelled "This is for healthcare!", and then when they were finally able to kill him in his pocket was a list of five or six conservative republicans that he came there intending to kill. So instead of saying "get up in their face", we should say let's have constructive dialog. Let's forcefully present our position in a verbal way and in an intellectual way.
Rand Paul: There Will Be an 'Assassination' If Left Doesn't Ratchet Down the Rhetoric
Discussion on Fox and Friends

„I’m for an independent, strong Israel that is not a client state and not a reliant state.“

—  Rand Paul

Fonte: 18 January 2013

„Foreign aid goes from poor people in rich countries to rich people in poor countries.“

—  Rand Paul, University of Kentucky, 3-27-2013.

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„The enemy is radical Islam. You can't get around it. And not only will I name the enemy, I will do whatever it takes to defend America from these haters of mankind.“

—  Rand Paul

Rand Paul announces presidential bid with promises of 'liberty and limited government'

„I don't trust President Obama with our records. I know you gave him a big hug, and if you want to give him a big hug again, go right ahead.“

—  Rand Paul

To Chris Christie during Cleveland Republican Presidential Debate
CNS News

„It’s a minority position, yeah“

—  Rand Paul

21 March 2017 when blocking John McCain from bringing up a treaty to ratify Montenegro's membership in NATO

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