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Rand Paul Filibuster Prompts Twitter Discussions

As Sen. Rand Paul took to the Senate floor for hours Wednesday for a filibuster, he sparked a separate lengthy conversation — on Twitter.

Paul’s (R-Ky.) filibuster was designed to block moves toward confirmation of John Brennan, the White House’s pick to head the CIA. Paul, who has stressed his concerns over the use of drones targeting American citizens in the United States, promised to “speak as long as it takes, until the alarm is sounded from coast to coast” about the issue.

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  • CampingInYourPark||

    Keep up the good work!

  • Lyle||

    Democrats can't pull this trick now on the next Republican President when he uses drones. Brilliant!

  • SimpleMan||

    Rand Paul 2016!

  • L13||

    Stand with Rand!

  • Capt Ace Rimmer||

    Give Rand a hand!

  • ||

    I think Rand just took off his mic to take a leak..."without leaving the floor."

  • I GOT HUNG UP SILLY||

    TMZ reports the State of Florida has today offered accused murderer George Zimmerman an opportunity to prove his non guilt in Tyron Martins shooting death !

    Apparently Florida's new killer Minnie drone flying over Disney World will be used to see how fast George Zimmerman can really run when he is being shot at from above.Florida says if George Zimmerman lives after this event he is a free man<<br /
    ESPN says they will be carrying this run from the killer drone event this weekend and will also show it live on the www.ESPN also has announced that Janet Reno will be their chosen Drone Pilot with new heart Dick Cheney in the wings as their backup..

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