Rand Paul & Thomas Massie

Randal Howard Rand Paul (born January 7, 1963) is the junior United States Senator for Kentucky. Thomas Harold Massie is the Judge-Executive of Lewis County, Kentucky. He is currently the Republican nominee seeking the position of United States Representative of Kentucky's 4th Congressional District in the 2012 election. 5.0/5

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Rand Paul and Thomas Massie introduce "Audit the Fed," and what Donald Trump thinks about it is encouraging | Rare
It's easy to feel hopeless when your representatives are Sen. Mitch Mcconnell, Sen. Rand Paul, Rep. Thomas Massie, & Gov. Matthew Bevin.
Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, haven’t held a public town hall in N. KY this year. None have been announced
Four takeaways from an evening with Gov. Matt Bevin, Sen. Rand Paul and Rep. Thomas Massie in Hebron, Kentucky. >
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Thomas Massie another libertarian brother of Rand Paul is another thorn in Congress.
I agree with Sen. Rand Paul on issues more than I do Mitch Mcconnell.
There are few Good Republicans. Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Justin Amash, Thomas Massie and the Liberty Caucus.
We need an allstar team in office. Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, Justin Amish and Judge Andrew Napolitano, lets get it rolling!
Thomas Massie could be a wise choice to replace Rand Paul whose alliance with neocons fail
A ceasefire of sorts has seemingly taken hold between the GOP establishment and the committed conservative wing – men like Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Justin Amash, Thomas Massie and others. The two sides of the GOP likely smell Democrat blood in the water and want to make sure that they come awa…
OK, Ron Paul, Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, Justin Amash, Judge Andrew, Jesse Ventura, and oh puhleese, Gary (I want to go after KONY) Johnson, do not exist. Who then would you like to see in the White House in 2016?
You have to listen very closely to what people like Charlie Crist say to figure out the core of the propaganda message the left and the media are pushing. Tonight on Colbert he quoted Jeb Bush saying that the leadership of the GOP is "anti-women, anti-minority, anti-immigrant, anti *** couples, anti-environment, anti-education," and he blamed these positions on the Tea Party. Yes, someone in the party is using all these issues to pander to special interests, but it's the leadership more than the Tea Party and the people they are pandering to are not the Tea Party, but linked to the establishment and likely part of the southern Democrat infiltration or the religious right which came into the party leadership in the 90s. Look at all the things they say we are against. Then look at the people the Tea Party and the Liberty Movement in the GOP have elected to high office. Does that list of issues describe Rand Paul or Mike Lee or Thomas Massie or Justin Amash in any way? To anyone even vaguely informed the ...
Congress has 535 voting members and sadly only 9 of them get an 'A' for voting with the Constitution, that's less than 2% of Congress members!! I don't care what party affiliation your "loyalty" aligns with, if your Congress member isn't one of these 9 people don't you think the bum should be voted out of office??? Most closely voting with the Constitution: CA: Dist.4: Tom McClintock - 93% GA: Dist.10: Paul Broun - 90% KY: Sen. Rand Paul - 94% Dist.4: Thomas Massie - 100% MI: Dist.3: Justin Amash - 92% OK: Dist.1: Jim Bridenstine - 90% TX: Sen. Ted Cruz - 95% Dist.36: Steve Stockman - 95% UT: Sen. Mike Lee - 91% And the worst of the bunch voting 100% of the time AGAINST the Constitution: MA: Sen. Elizabeth Warren - 0% VA: Sen. Timothy Kaine - 0% And here are the rest of the bottom feeders: CA: Dist.7: Ami Bera - 10% CO: Sen. Michael Bennet - 10% HI: Sen. Brian Schatz - 5% MN: Sen. Al Franken - 7% Sen. Amy Klobuchar - 7% NV: Dist.1: Dina Titus - 10% NH: Sen. Jeanne Shaheen - 9% NY: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand ...
Rand Paul endorses Thomas Massie for re-election | Politics Extra - . Sen. Rand Paul on...
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Despite praising the role of competitive primary elections in the past, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul endorsed U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie on Friday for re-election in Kentucky's 4th Congressional District.
Team Red is trying to regain power. Will they succeed? Probably. Will it lead to less control over people's lives? Nope. Unless you are a libertarian similar to Ron Paul I will not support you. Examples of men I'd vote for are Rep. Justin Amash and Rep. Thomas Massie. They are not perfect, but they're anti-war, anti-Fed, and are not bought by special interest lobbyists. They are not part of the system. They have the courage to oppose it and they understand, more or less, the nature of the system. They are decent men trying to make a difference. I support that. Two examples of politicians I would not vote for are Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. These men are opportunists more interested in obtaining power than anything else. They ought never to be trusted with power. Their ambition to rule is self-destructive making them completely unfit instruments to regain our liberties.
  RichardBunce.com  I believe in a set of principles that should guide how government governs:   All should be equal under the law. All should be free to live the lives that they choose, without harming others in an objective way. No one should be forced to do anything, that only through understanding why you should do something, and doing it voluntarily, we can be free.The role of government is not to rule over citizens, but to protect their rights against those that would use force to take them. These form a foundation that I use to make decisions about how a government should function. I know without a doubt if something goes against these principles or not. I am running for office to lead by example and principle, not for the lust of power or prestige.   I am part of a new breed of leadership in the Republican Party. I can, with pride, call such leaders as Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, Justin Amash, and Ted Cruz my inspirations. I will lead based on what is right and not what will get me reelected. ...
Dear Misty, Thank you for supporting my efforts to bring Constitutional values to Washington. I would like to take a second to tell you about RandPAC. RandPAC isn't your run-of-the-mill political action committee. We have a two-pronged plan of attack to advance the conservative movement: 1. RandPAC pressures members of Congress with TV ads, emails, phone calls, faxes, and petitions to oppose big government power grabs and to uphold the Constitution. 2. And if any member of Congress sells out to the big-government establishment, RandPAC will work to flush them out of office by recruiting, endorsing, and promoting candidates who are committed conservatives. RandPAC will only endorse candidates who will fight for limited government, free markets, and the right to life. You have my word on this. And despite being new on the scene, RandPAC has already had great success! In 2012, RandPAC-endorsed candidates like Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky, and Rep. Kerry Bentivolio of Michigan def ...
Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Westwood, Thomas Massie, R-Ky., and Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., say they will not support any...
President Barack Obama’s promise to send arms to rebel forces fighting against Bashad al-Assad alongside al-Qaeda operatives in Syria, has been met with much criticism from multiple Senate members. Senators from both sides of the aisle have come together to push legislation that would prohibit the President and the Pentagon from sending rebels any form of aid. Now, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) and nine other House members decided to act by introducing legislation that would challenge the President’s decision by blocking aid that wasn’t previously authorized by Congress. Co-sponsors include Rep. Joe Pitts (R-PA), Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC), Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL), Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI), Rep. Phil Roe (R-TN), Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN), and Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX). The War Powers Protection Act of 2013 would keep the U.S. from sending any military assistance to the rebel forces unless Congress has issued a formal declaration of war. Rep. Massie has stat ...
All you liberty-minded Republicans need to pressure Rand Paul to support the immigration reform bill NOW. Call Justin Amash and Thomas Massie while you're at it.
Aside from the obvious that many lawmakers are shunning the infamous National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, a select few in Congress and Senate are supporting the 29-year-old who sent classified information to “The Guardian”, which broke the story. The security dump provided details to the NSA’s PRISM program, something that Snowden believes is a huge encroachment on fundamental rights of Americans. Snowden is now in a stalemate with US officials. Coming to his defense by public officials is Senator Rand Paul and Representatives Justim Amash, Thomas Massie, *** Mulvaney, Louie Gohmert and Mark Sanford. Senator Paul has taken center role at “doing something” about government surveillance on the American people, as BusinessWeek reported, Paul will be filing lawsuit against the intrusion of privacy. It’s unknown at this time if Sen. Paul is looking to file a lawsuit as an independent party or with the American Civil Liberties Union, which has experience.
Via Rand Paul; I'd like to thank Representatives Justin Amash, Thomas Massie, *** Mulvaney, Louie Gohmert, Mark Sanford, the ACLU's Laura Murphy, Freedomworks Matt Kibbe, EPIC's Marc Rotenberg, Campaign for Liberty's Matt Hawes and constitutional scholar Bruce Fein for joining me at the NSA/government spying class action press conference this afternoon...
Who Came to Support Rand Paul's Filibuster? In his op-ed in the Washington Post on Saturday, where he emphasized that the fight against the imperial presidency—of which his filibuster was a conscious, if limited part—is just beginning, Sen. Rand Paul listed those who came to the chamber to support him. While all undoubtedly do not agree with Paul's opposition to the President's unilateral war-making, broad violations of Constitutional rights, and "signature" drone strikes on nameless individuals, these are individuals who may indeed be in the process of transition out of the party system, into sanity. Sixteen House Republicans showed up in the Senate to show solidarity. They are: Louis Gohmert (TX), Thomas Massie (KY), Justin Amash (MI), Ron DeSantis (FL), Doug LaMalfa (CA), Garland Barr (KY), Trey Radel (FL), Michael Burgess (TX), Jim Bridenstine (OK), Raul Labrador (ID), Keither Rothfus (PA), Paul Gosar (AZ), Steve Daines (MONTANA), Bill Huizenga (MI), Richard Hudson (NC), and David Schweikert (AZ). ...
I understand people who dislike the term "libertarian republican" - but fact is, despite two horrible mainstream candidates, libertarians got only 1% in the last election - we can likely beat our heads against the wall for another 40 years as the nation declines or support guys like Rand Paul, Justin Amash, Thomas Massie and make massive steps toward shrinking government and reducing govt power and educating people about what we believe. Personally I'm 100% against mainstream GOP like Bush, McCain, L. Graham and 100% against statist war mongers like Obama --- but I'm completely WITH any major candidate or office holder (of any party) who wants to drastically reduce government and who supports the Constitution. One reason mainstream parties keep winning is because they understand the need to build varied support networks. Letting others support you doesn't mean we have to compromise values.
I have nothing against Republicans like Justin Amash, Thomas Massie (and to a lesser extent) Rand Paul but no more Bush's please
Prior to World War II, Kentucky provided 94 percent of the nation's industrial hemp. Today the U.S. is the world's largest consumer of hemp, but it remains the only major industrialized country that bans farming the product. U.S. imports have consistently grown over the past decade – increasing by 300 percent over that period. Sen. Rand Paul and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, both of Kentucky, joined Oregon Democratic Sens. Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden in introducing Federal legislation to allow American farmers to cultivate and profit from industrial hemp. Hemp Could Help Eradicate Marijuana. Industrial Hemp is something that those who oppose marijuana should take no issue against. The Kentucky Senate Agricultural Committee unanimously passed legislation for growing 'Industrial Hemp'. John Yarmuth, Rand Paul, Thomas Massie and Jamie Comer supported the move. And while agricultural profits from hemp are the stated goal there is another benefit. According to a Congressional Research report the c ...
When it comes to the Tea Party we need Libertarians like Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, and Justin Amash; not neocons like Marco Rubio, Sarah Palin, and Rick Santorum.
I was thinking about how thankful I am for strong uncompromising members of Congress that give the liberty of America hope. Thank you Rand Paul, Justin Amash, Thomas Massie for Congress, and Ted Cruz.
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FRANKFORT — Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Paul Hornback, R-Shelbyville, said his panel will vote Monday on his industrial hemp bill after it hears from U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and U.S. Reps. John Yarmuth and Thomas Massie.
When 2016 rolls around, try to remember that *** Paul Ryan in today's WaPo saying that private transfer of firearms should be regulated. It's going to be hard, with every news agency calling that spendhappy neocon a "budget hawk", but at least try to plant that seed right now. He's managed opposition, no more no less. Maybe you'll have a chance to vote in the primary for an actual conservative, not a neocon. Sen. Rand Paul, Sen. Mike Lee, Ted Yoho, Justin Amash, Kerry Bentivolio, Thomas Massie ... People like that. Not people like Rubio and Ryan who are selling us downriver as fast as they can sell books and get their kids through Ivy prep. I swear, we could save a lot more lives taking pens from the likes of Ryan and Pelosi than by taking 13 round magazines from the likes of you.
"Thanks" to Dale 'The Truth' Gillespie. Neocon GOP party hack Marcus Carey of Northern Kentucky apparently doesn't like the ideas of smaller, limited government or the Tea Party. He's taking aim at one of the best smaller government conservatives in our time, Thomas Massie, Fourth District Congressman of Kentucky, and a man cut out of the same cloth as Rand Paul.
Keep an eye on Thomas Massie. Rand Paul ally in the House. Scientist. Sharp political mind.
It was wintertime in Kentucky when Thomas Massie got the call from the county jailer.
Liberty is winning. Republicans: You now have two choices: you can go down the road of bigotry and ignorance led by Michelle Bachman (who barely won despite having been a Presidential candidate), Alan West (who lost), Akin (who lost) Mourdock (who lost) and Herman Cain. the fringe element who, along with a lack of conviction and moral compass, cost Mitt Romney the election. Its a losing strategy and on the wrong side of right and the wrong side of history. Or, you can go down the road of pro-peace, anti-bailout, anti-Patriot Act small government...the road paved by Ron Paul represented well by Rand Paul which includes Thomas Massie (who won), Justin Amash (who won), David Schweikert (who won), Walter Jones (who won), Kerry Bentivolio (who won), Steve Stockman (who won), Randy Weber (who won), Ted Yoho (who won), and Ted Cruz (who won) (all were endorsed by Liberty PAC). Democrats: you can continue to call yourselves anti-war - you didn't vote that way this election if you voted for President Obam ...
Here's the great news about Tuesday's elections which neither the mainstream or traditional conservative media will tell you: It was a great night for Republican Liberty Caucus candidates. Ted Cruz and Jeff Flake are now Senators, while Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock lost. Republicans should thank the RLC for saving the Senate as opposed to the continued mistreatment of libertarians in the party. Also Steve Stockman, Kerry Bentivolio, Thomas Massie and Ted Yoho are new House members. The GOP might wanna start thinking more like Rand Paul, Jim Demint and Mike Lee and start forgetting about Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, and Lindsey Graham.
The GOP is going to need to be blown up. Say goodbye to Romney, Santorum, Gingrich; meet Rand Paul, Justin Amash, Thomas Massie, Ted Cruz.
For over two decades, Sen. Mitch Mcconnell was the unchallenged Godfather of the Republican Party in Kentucky, imparting his blessings to handpicked underlings who helped him wrestle power away from the once-dominant rule of the state’s Democratic Party. That all changed when Rand Paul and the Tea Party decided they would no longer need to kiss the ring of Lord McConnell, decisively knocking out Trey Grayson in the 2010 Senate primary and ushering in a new era for Bluegrass Republicans. This new era of competitive leadership is reflected in the 4th District congressional race, where Tea Party Republican and political neophyte Thomas Massie trounced the old guard order of the party to win his primary. Massie, not yet through his first term of his first elected office as Lewis County judge-executive, threw his hat into the ring once four-term Congressman Geoff Davis abruptly announced he would not seek re-election. Despite facing two strong establishment opponents — one of whom was endorsed by both Davi ...
This man is the next bastion of principles and integrity: via Justin Amash Check out the video of Justin's speech in Tampa. He received a standing ovation from thousands who gathered to celebrate Dr. Ron Paul's legacy of liberty. Justin spoke out about the current threats to our liberty, such as the indefinite detention provisions in the NDAA and the repeated attempts to curtail Internet freedom, and he highlighted the new champions of liberty, Rand Paul, Mike Lee, and Thomas Massie. Please make sure you watch the speech and share it:
"What Ron Paul is doing is right now is far more important than what Mitt Romney or Barack Obama are doing. Ron Paul is changing the Republican Party in a way that promises to bear political fruit for decades to come… We have elections every few years. We have very few revolutions during our lifetime. No doubt, the Tampa convention will be a coronation for Mitt Romney. This is fine. But it will also be the most high profile demonstration to date to mainstream America that the Republican Party is becoming the party of Ron Paul. And Rand Paul. And Justin Amash. And Thomas Massie. And beyond. It is this movement that stands ready to define what it means to be a conservative Republican for the next 25 years, 50 years and then some. Ron Paul will not be president. He will instead go down in history, if not this year, in future years, as the man who redefined what future Republican presidents will be. What the party will be…"
In May, I wrote a column about Republican Congressional candidate Thomas Massie in Kentucky. Endorsed by both Ron and Rand Paul, I noted that a strict c
Rand Paul clone Thomas Massie wants to end Medicare & Social Security for seniors while giving millionaires more tax cuts. Vote Bill Adkins for congress in Kentucky's 4th district!
You'll grow to appreciate more people in Congress like Justin Amash, Kurt Bills, Jim Demint, Mike Lee, Thomas Massie & Rand Paul.
The Likes of Rand Paul, Justin Amash, Thomas Massie, In the House and Senate are just if not more important than President. We need all the soldiers of virtue to hold a good POTUS up and Keep a Poor one checked and balanced, I like Rand for 2016 or 2020 POTUS. We must have all the bricks in the house level, plumb, square, and mortered, before it can hold up a good Keystone.
Al Cross | Tuesday's winners: Thomas Massie, Rand Paul and money Good short analysis of influence of $$$. Recommended.
Thomas Massie's victory on Tuesday in the Republican Primary could set an example for campaigns across the country, some said. The involvement of the Tea Party, super political action committees and Ron and Rand Paul in Massie's campaign caught nationwide attention and earned front page ink from t...
What I find odd in Kentucky is that 19,684 votes in *one* district went to a well known Ron Paul supporter (Thomas Massie), yet Ron Paul only got 22,071 votes from the *entire* state of Kentucky. Thomas Massie's support of Ron Paul is plastered throughout his website besides being a vocal supporter of both Ron and Rand Paul. So, why would *only* less than 15% of district 4 vote for Ron Paul? No proof of anything, just trying to grasp the logic.
Thomas Massie, backed by Ron Paul and endorsed by Rand Paul, wins the hotly contested 4th Kentucky Congressional District primary!! Congrats Thomas - see you next time at Shakeys!
Very gratifying evening Bill Adkins winning the primary for 4th congressional seat against Thomas Massie we will need every dollar we can muster we cannot allow the Tea Party to BUY another seat in our government . Bring out the boots on the ground and remember the Liberty PAC out of Texas bought Massie his win funny The Liberty PAC KID is from The same state as Rand Paul's daddy RON? What kind of government do you want???
Thomas Massie, who's been endorsed by Ron and Rand Paul, is winning his primary with 47% of the vote!
Please vote today! Thomas Massie is running for US Congress. He is a Tea Party favorite and leading candidate for the Republican nomination in Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District. As Senator Rand Paul stated in his endorsement of Thomas Massie, “I don’t like anyone telling me how to vote. I make up my own mind, and vote for the candidate who best supports term limits, balanced budgets, and the Constitution. Without question‚ I think Thomas Massie best fits that description." I agree.
I support Lewis County Judge Executive Thomas Massie for the Republican nominee from the 4th Congressional District of Kentucky. Our retiring Congressman Geoff Davis has served us with honor and distinction as a conservative Republican. It is imperative that we have a conservative, energetic, intelligent Kentuckian replace him in Congress. Thomas Massie wants to limit the size of the federal government, reduce our federal debt and achieve a simpler, flatter, fairer tax code to help create jobs and economic recovery. Thomas Massie wants Obamacare repealed and to replace it with a full range of options including Health Savings Accounts and unbundled insurance services. Thomas Massie is the most conservative and honorable candidate who will represent our values and principles from Eastern Kentucky. Vote on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 in the Republican Primary. Jack Ditty MD
In order to make needed changes, we must get the right people elected to congress. Thomas Massie is, IMO, one of them.
FRANKFORT, Ky. - U.S. Sen. Rand Paul promoted his Tea Party protege Thomas Massie in a TV ad that's expected to begin airing Monday night, saying he "will make a difference in Washington."
After staying out of the 4th Congressional District race, Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul will endorse Thomas Massie in the seven-candidate GOP primary, Massie’s campaign chairman confirmed.
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