Is Rand Paul Too Kooky for Kentucky?

Is Rand Paul too kooky for Kentucky? An hilarious new website has popped up suggesting that the U.S. Senate candidate is the wrong answer for the Commonwealth:


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It’s a shame people don’t take campaign finance seriously and don’t bother properly disclosing anything. The Paul Campaign should consider digging around until it finds enough to file a complaint with the FEC. And the folks behind the site (they’re in Bowling Green) should sack up and reveal their identitifes.

Excerpts from a “press release” about the hilarious site:

Concerned Kentucky conservatives who believe there are unanswered questions about the political platform of Rand Paul, and how he is “Too Kooky For Kentucky” have launched a Web site (www.tookookyforkentucky.com) to raise voter awareness about his radical political beliefs.

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The supporters of “Too Kooky for Kentucky” believe that Rand Paul is too radical and out of step with mainstream Kentucky. Like his father Ron Paul, Rand Paul believes in the Libertarian platform, including the stance that illicit drugs such as LSD and marijuana should be legalized, legalization of marriage for gays and lesbians, banning Christianity from public events, providing abortions on demand and standing with the ACLU on issues such as the burning of the U.S. Flag.

Read the entire thing after the jump…

The release:

RAND PAUL: TOO KOOKY FOR KENTUCKY
Web site seeks to inform voters about radical “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out” ideology in Kentucky’s race for U.S. Senate

FRANKFORT, Ky. (October 19, 2009) – Concerned Kentucky conservatives who believe there are unanswered questions about the political platform of Rand Paul, and how he is “Too Kooky For Kentucky” have launched a Web site (www.tookookyforkentucky.com) to raise voter awareness about his radical political beliefs.

Dr. Timothy Leary, a well-known 1960’s radical once said, “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out,” and it is our belief that Rand Paul’s political beliefs ring true with that statement. The counter-culture of the 60’s is alive and well with Rand Paul’s campaign for U.S. Senate. His campaign theme should be, “Free drugs and free love,” because of his support for the Libertarian agenda. Rand Paul is a radical libertarian disguised as a conservative Republican.

The Too Kooky for Kentucky Web site contains information, including Rand Paul’s own statements regarding legalization of marijuana and his stance against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

We believe the estimated 344,000 military veterans in Kentucky, along with active troops stationed in Fort Campbell and Fort Knox would have a serious problem with Rand Paul and his anti-war stance representing Kentucky in the U.S. Senate.

The supporters of “Too Kooky for Kentucky” believe that Rand Paul is too radical and out of step with mainstream Kentucky. Like his father Ron Paul, Rand Paul believes in the Libertarian platform, including the stance that illicit drugs such as LSD and marijuana should be legalized, legalization of marriage for gays and lesbians, banning Christianity from public events, providing abortions on demand and standing with the ACLU on issues such as the burning of the U.S. Flag.

We believe that if Rand Paul goes to Washington he will stand with Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank, Harry Reid and the rest of the “Too Kooky for D.C. crowd” that includes his own father, on their own failed ideas of ending Medicaid and Medicare, and cutting off support for our troops. It is the belief of Kentuckians whose morals are based on God and country that we can’t risk our future on the kooky politics of Rand Paul.

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Too Kooky for Kentucky is an effort by a few proud Kentucky conservatives who believe the Ron and Rand Paul show is wrong for the GOP, wrong for KY and wrong for the United States Senate. Our goal is simply to educate Kentucky folk about the extreme and odd views of Ron and Rand Paul.

This effort is not affiliated with any political campaign. The views expressed at this site belong strictly to the individual writers. Their views should not be construed as belonging to any candidate. For more information on the group, go to www.tookookyforkentucky.com.

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