The Obama administration is facing so many potential scandals that senator Rand Paul thinks they might be harder to keep track of than a calamitous barnyard.
“We have sort of Old MacDonald’s farm of scandals: Here a scandal, there a scandal, everywhere a scandal. We’re not sure which scandal to even talk about,” Paul said on Fox News last night.
He suspected that President Obama’s counterterrorism speech yesterday was part of a “misdirection campaign” to take the focus off of the scandals. “I don’t think this will work, because he’s putting off, really, the ultimate reckoning” of when President Obama will have to address the scandals, Paul explained.
The Kentucky senator continued to express his dissatisfaction with the president’s drone policy as well, saying the president didn’t “really come clean with” what changes he plans to make.