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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Senator Rand Paul will go to Detroit

During the last Republican primary the only campaign that brought new voters to the party was that of Congressman Ron Paul. Paul could sell his libertarian ideas to millennials and minorities. Now Senator Rand Paul will go to bankrupt Detroit Friday to make his case for less government in a city that has been ruined by government. Paul will propose several ideas that will naturally be rejected by geniuses who created the current mess but may strike a chord with the young, the lost, and the discouraged.
He will propose providing eligible areas with a reduction in individual and corporate income tax to a single, flat 5 percent rate and reducing the payroll tax. He would also providing child education tax credits to parents while suspending the Davis-Bacon prevailing wage mandates and EPA non-attainment designations. The Senator has already visited Howard University where he was warmly received.
The millennial vote is up for grabs! Harvard's Survey of Young Americans’ Attitude Toward Politics and Public Service shows the 18 to 24 group rejects Obama and the Democratic Party.

While the survey is not all good news for Republican this quote should dispel any notion that Obama remains popular among the young.
Additionally, we found that a majority (52%) of 18- to 29- year olds would choose to recall all members of Congress if it were possible, 45 percent would recall their member of Congress (45% would not) and approximately the same number indicate that they would recall President Obama (47% recall, 46% not recall).
The Party of Reagan must stop talking about Reagan and start acting like Reagan. Senator Paul has made a start.

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