Starting a campaign for the Presidential Election begins early and the Kentucky Senator, Rand Paul, has decided to run for President in 2016. He made an official announcement on his website on Tuesday, April 7th before beginning his campaign trail through New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada and South Carolina. Nike Air Max 90 Pas Cher Pour Femme
The Liberty Stand
In Rand Paul’s speech announcing his candidacy for President, the Kentucky Senator stated that he intends to take back Washington from special interest groups and focus on regaining liberty and freedom throughout the country. fjällräven kånken pas cher The Senator stated in his speech that he wants to rescue the country because it is “adrift” and he plans to create a new vision of America. The Kentucky Senator stated that he plans to focus his campaign around the idea of liberty and limited government. His goal is returning the government to previous levels of interference in business and ensuring that citizens have the freedom to make their own decisions about their future. Fjallraven Kanken Classic UK
New Ideas for the Government
His goal in the Presidential Election is following through with the ideas that led to his rise to the Senate in 2010. He wants to focus on new laws that require the Senate and the House of Representatives to read new Bills every day and made changes to the Constitution for a better budget. In his speech, Rand Paul stated that he wants an Amendment to the Constitution that requires the government to balance the budget. Although the Senator did discuss his ideas for liberty and justice, his speech was broad and he did not get into specific details regarding his plans for both topics.
Taking a Stand Against Special Interests
Rand Paul’s campaign strategy focuses on the special interest groups and the changes in the government that allow special interest groups to focus on their personal welfare rather then the general welfare of the country. Chaussures Nike Pas Cher In particular, he plans to stop allowing tax payers and the government to pay for special interests that are not assisting American citizens or providing tools that help the general population. nike tn pas cher Since making his announcement, the Kentucky Senator has started a campaign trail through four states: Nevada, Iowa, South Carolina and New Hampshire. He is starting with the states that have an early vote for Presidential candidates. The upcoming Presidential Election will have new candidates with a fresh perspective on the future of the country.