10 Apr
Posted in: Uncategorized
By    Comments Off

Weekly Talking Points

Rand Paul
–This week, Senator Rand Paul announced that he will be running for the Republican nomination for President.
–During his announcement he raised $24 per second
–Sen. Paul is now polling ahead of the likely Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the two major swing states of Iowa and Colorado
–After appearing on the Today Show Sen. Paul was accused of sexism for “shushing” a female NBC host as she interrupted him while he was answering a question she had asked. The media immediately brought up that he had done a similar thing to a CNBC host a few months ago. Yet they failed to mention that he has gotten in many arguments with male hosts and reporters on numerous occasions. In 2013 a NPR host accused him of being associated with a racist and asked him if he had anything better to do then lie. In June of 2013 he had a very vocal exchange with Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King of CBS about government surveillance.

California Water “Crisis”
–California Gov. Jerry Brown recently announced a crackdown on residents and businesses in an effort to reduce overall water usage by 25 percent over the next nine months.
–While California is experiencing another drought, the unnecessary water shortages are the results of bad policy pushed by liberal environmentalists.
— Environmental extremism from the far left has prevented the state from building a single new reservoir, desalination plant, or a single new water conveyance system during a time when the population has doubled.
–This incident should serve as a warning to the rest of the country about the disastrous, unintended consequences of liberalism. In 2015, with modern technology, no state in America should suffer a water crises.

Obama Should Have Mullahed The Iran Deal Over a Little More
–As revealed by Iran’s chief cleric today, the Iran “deal” President Obama announced last week wasn’t really a deal.
–Apparently, Iran thinks the “deal” was a potential framework to maybe agree to possibly come to a bilateral decision on a potential arrangement.
–Iran contends that under the framework, it won’t have to submit to inspections of its nuclear facilities, and that sanctions will be lifted immediately.

Quote of the Week
“When I was a small boy in Kansas, a friend of mine and I went fishing and as we sat there in the warmth of the summer afternoon on a river bank, we talked about what we wanted to do when we grew up. I told him that I wanted to be a real major league baseball player, a genuine professional like Honus Wagner. My friend said that he’d like to be President of the United States. Neither of us got our wish.”– President Dwight D. Eisenhower

DISCLAIMER: This post and the contents thereof are the views of only the author identified immediately above and do not necessarily represent the views of the New York Young Republican Club (the "NYYRC"), its officers or its members. The NYYRC expressly disclaims responsibility for the contents thereof and by its charter documents may not, and does not, endorse any candidate for any office, except in a general election.

Comments are closed.