At 5 p.m., the Kentuckian Senator walked into the room and began delivering his message. He didn't waste any time with boring greetings or platitudes; he got right to the point. He addressed the infringements on the American people's liberties, and told about all the bad things that the government is doing. Paul says as president he will immediately end the NSA's illegal bulk data collection and domestic spying programs. He promises to protect the Fourth Amendment rights of all Americans. Rand Paul opposes amnesty and believes we must secure our border while encouraging legal immigration. He supports defunding Planned Parenthood. He disagrees with the Supreme Court's recent redefinition of marriage; he strongly believes that the federal government should totally stay out of that issue, and all issues like it. He supports legalizing medical marijuana under federal law--he feels the states have the right to decide on that. Mr. Paul held a state-issued medical license in ophthalmology starting in 1993, and after that in 2011, he began serving in the U.S. Senate. I like his views on some things. Overall I think he would be a good president who would do his best to stand for liberty whatever the cost.
Fun Fact: Three out of the last four U.S. Presidents have been left handed. Rand Paul is the only 2016 candidate who is left handed!