Rand Paul: 'We Can't Endlessly Supply' Ukraine with Weapons

Rand Paul: 'We Can't Endlessly Supply' Ukraine with Weapons


Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) sees U.S. foreign aid for Ukraine as a fiscal issue tied to inflation.

During an interview with Mobile, AL radio FM Talk 106.5, the junior Kentucky Republican U.S. Senator likened the expenditures for Ukraine to any other government expenditures, which he said all contribute to government debt.

However, noting his sympathies for Ukraine in their plight against Russia, he said U.S. spending on the problem did not make sense.

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“Inflation is caused by spending money that you don’t have that the Federal Reserve buys the debt,” he said. “So whether it is for Ukraine, whether it is for food stamps here, whether it’s studies of Panamian frogs, it all goes to the debt. And so, it doesn’t make

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