Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says he will not endorse a candidate in the GOP presidential nomination race. Paul also battled with Cruz over libertarian voters. Tensions built between the two campaigns as Cruz swiped activists who had supported Paul’s father Ron Paul’s past presidential campaigns. In January, Paul said the prospect of front-runner Trump becoming the party’s nominee was more worrisome because of his broad view of executive authority. “I do worry a little bit more about Donald Trump,” he said at the time. “The main reason I do is that I believe he wants more power to come to him and ‘he’ll take care of us all’ if we just give him more power, but I’m from a limited government tradition.” Paul argued that the United States had overextended its military in the past decade, while Rubio positioned himself as one of the more hawkish candidates. Rand Paul was the only Republican candidate who didn't make his campaign about war, and only made his campaign about the Constitution. Maybe he dropped out and realized that the Senate and Congress truly has more power then the presidency. If anything if I could guess who he will endorse, it will probably be the person running under the Libertarian ticket. After all Republicans and Democrats have gotten us into all the messes we are in here at home and abroad. Also the only thing I ever hear out of the mouths of the remaining candidates when it comes to the US Constitution, is only the second amendment. Sorry but even the 10th amendment is just as important as the second, and when has any of these candidates talked about the first. I only hear crickets.
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