Rand Breaks With Ron: All Options On Table To Prevent Nuclear Iran

PAULs“Why shouldn’t Iran have Nuclear weapons?” Those were the disconcerting words from Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) during a 2011 GOP debate in Iowa as the perennial presidential candidate gave Americans reason number one to not take him seriously as a candidate for Commander in Chief.

His son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), is probably going to run for president some day.  Some think it will be sooner rather than later.  And last week, Sen. Paul broke ranks with his father and drew a line in the sand with Iran.



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