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Rand Paul for President 2016: Ad campaign against his Iran comment gets $1 million boost

Rand Paul for President 2016: Ad campaign against his Iran comment gets $1 million boost

Rand Paul for President 2016: Ad campaign against his Iran comment gets $1 million boost

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky is going to be faced by a dilemma. His different opinion on Iran means that it is one issue that will haunt him everywhere he goes. If that was not enough, reports suggest that his opponents are lining up massive advertisement campaign for his apparent “wrong and dangerous” stance on Iran.

United States and Iran have just signed a deal that, despite being very effective, has angered Israel and Republicans in the US. Republicans are claiming that they wouldn’t allow the deal to pass and that President Obama should scrap it.

rand paulBut Rand Paul is being opposed by his fellow Republicans for his stance on Iran. He has already criticized both Republicans and Democrats in his campaign announcement and there are reasons to believe that he may actually find himself an outsider within his own party when he argues that its limited-government ideals should apply to foreign policy as well as within the United States.

Now he is being opposed by many sections of his own party. Foundation for a Secure and Prosperous America, a political group said it would buy ads targeting him for his unorthodox opinion on Iran. The advertisements are already out. one of the ads make people believe that he supports Democratic President Barack Obama’s negotiations with Iran. The ad says, “He doesn’t understand the threat” and goes on to mention a Rand Paul quote, “You know, it’s ridiculous to think that they’re a threat to our national security.”

The ad further says, “Rand Paul is wrong and dangerous. Tell him to stop siding with Obama, because even one Iranian bomb would be a disaster”.

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