Rand Paul Supports Gun Violence Against the U.S. Tax Code

To get himself psyched up for tonight’s Republican presidential candidate debate, Rand Paul exercised his right to bear arms and literally shot holes in the U.S. tax code. Apparently he’s unaware that they have another copy. Either that or he was expecting a bigger refund.

Back in June, he wrote an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal titled “Blow Up the Tax Code and Start Over.” All he needs to do now is release a YouTube video of one of his interns beheading the tax code, and he’ll be the ISIS of tax protesters.

He used at least three different guns because that’s the best way to show that you support the Second Amendment and hate the Sixteenth Amendment.

More like the shadow of a burly shooting range employee, but, whatever.

Rand Paul also supports term limits, so you better watch your back 7-term Utah Senator Orrin Hatch.

Image: Office of United States Senator Rand Paul/Wikimedia Commons

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