Sen. Rand Paul celebrates Festivus, airs grievances with Senate

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December 23, 2013

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It’s a Festivus miracle: bipartisan agreement in Washington, even if it’s only on Twitter.

Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, aired his grievances with the Senate on Monday morning on Twitter. One of his complaints: Sen. Cory Booker, New Jersey Democrat, didn’t retweet him enough.

“U, me & ‘feats of strength:’ Senate floor, name the time,” Mr. Booker tweeted back to Mr. Paul.

Mr. Paul asked if Mr. Booker would be willing to trade progress on mandatory minimum sentencing reform instead of a wrestling match. The New Jersey senator agreed, on the condition that Mr. Paul was willing to work together on reforming federal marijuana laws.

  • Busdriver Bill

    Unlike the Father, the son makes many “Neo-Con” sounds, since his election. I’m not certain of his trustworthiness. The TEA party is being infiltrated by stealth neo-cons. Our political process is too easily managed by large quantities of money. I don’t see a cure, since the media is all owned by this money-bloc. Keep ’em oiled, clean, and loaded. And remember- it’s the front sight that matters most.

  • Ddenney1

    DO NOT trust Booker he-s Oblanmmer light!

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