Human Action Super PAC is aiming to release a Rand Paul for President website within the next two weeks.
As a matter of fact, we’ve already commissioned a design for the site.
Like any programming project we are going to need some 0s & 1s to get started, and no, we don’t mean binary code. We mean money.
Since Obama took office there has not been a budget and the country has been operating at $1.1+ Trillion deficits. Obama has already missed the legal deadline to submit a budget for the next FY. This makes 4 years in a row.
In the last couple of weeks Rand Paul and Human Action Super PAC have been incredibly busy. Rand has returned $600K of his operating budget to the Treasury, he has been one of the loudest voices in opposition to the Democrats' 2nd amendment-breaking gun grab. Rand even called out possible presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on her mishandling of the Benghazi debacle.
One of the most exciting announcements that Rand made is that he will decide on his Presidential aspirations next year!
Since the disaster that was the 2012 election, Republican party bosses have been seized with terror at their own inefficiency, and rightly so. After all, the entire rotten George W. Bush-era theory of the electorate has been thoroughly exploded. No more will passive aggressive, socially intolerant, economic cronyism be able to limp across the finish line with enough support from the corrupt and the ignorant.
We are in a battle for the very soul of our Republic... Are we a nation who rewards hard work, or one that redistributes wealth? Do we believe in an honest currency, or are we to continue the debasement of our dollar and the further weakening of the middle class that it brings with it?
Human Action Super PAC was created to support candidates and causes that align with the principles of the Austrian School of Economics.
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