Rand Paul: Divided Government Isn't a Bad Thing
Rand Paul is at it again, being his normal, insensitive, extremist self. Senator-elect Rand Paul of Kentucky says government gridlock isn't necessarily a bad thing, signaling that cooperation with Democrats isn't high on his agenda. The Tea Party favorite said that debate is healthy and that a divided government is more likely to spend less money. The Republican told NBC's Today show that while people "complain a lot about gridlock," the most fiscally conservative government "is always divided government." After last night's elections, we can certainly look forward to no change in the future. What do you expect from a man who wants to repeal the Civil Rights Act? And yes, America voted for him anyway.
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