Thursday, June 28, 2012
Surely Senator Paul jests. Not.
Paul added another claim to his bogeyman behavior in the Senate this week by strangely linking federal flood insurance to the abortion issue. He warned that he would block a bill extending FEMA's flood insurance program for five more years unless the Senate voted on a measure declaring that life begins at the moment of conception - the so-called personhood concept.
Surely, he jests. Surely, he doesn't. And his timing is awful, coming just as flooding caused by Tropical Storm Debby was driving tens of thousands of Floridians from their homes. Paul says he's "just trying to get a vote for the people who elected me". Kentucky, the Beautiful.
Mad Senator Paul? I'm getting used to the idea.