Sen. Barbara Boxer: Rand Paul “An Absolute Disgrace” For Criticizing Dear Great Leader Obama (VIDEO)

September 12, 2013 12:19 pmViews: 5336

Senator Barbara Boxer criticizes Rand Paul

Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer from California did not like what Senator Rand Paul had to say about Obama's Syria speech on Tuesday. Paul had the responsibility to give the Republican response to Obama's address to the nation and his comments about an attack on Syria helping out Al Qaeda rebels did not sit well with Boxer.

Of course everyone knows that Syria is a mess and we really don't know who the rebels are when they are killing Christians and butchering and executing Syria troops, but regardless of those facts, Senator Boxer called Rand Paul an "absolute disgrace" for criticizing the Dear Great Leader Obama and he owes the President, "a huge apology." Boxer then launched into a straw man argument diatribe talking about Obama getting Osama Bin Laden and various other irrelevant comments to the issue at hand.

Apparently Senator Boxer thinks everything will be just peachy keen and Al Qaeda terrorists wouldn't even think of taking advantage of the situation with Assad gone or his military capability seriously hampered.

The only "absolute disgrace" in this situation is Barbara Boxer and her anti-American, pro-abortion baby killing, gun grabbing record in Congress.

Read more about Boxer's comments on Rand Paul's Rand Paul rebuttal to Obama's speech below via National Review and then watch the video after that:

Rand Paul “owes the president a huge apology” for delivering a counter-response to President Obama’s address to the nation last night, according to one of his colleagues.

California Democratic senator Barbara Boxer labeled Paul “an absolute disgrace” on MSNBC this afternoon for arguing that military strikes on the Assad regime would potentially align the United States with al-Qaeda-linked opposition forces in the country. “Twelve years after we were attacked by al-Qaeda, twelve years after 3,000 Americans were killed by al-Qaeda, President Obama now asks us to be allies with al-Qaeda,” Paul said in his response last night.

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