Did you catch Senator Rand Paul's response to President Obama's speech on military intervention in Syria?
With his usual eloquence and focus on Constitutional principles, Senator Paul addressed the issues raised by Obama and laid out essential criteria we must consider before pursuing military intervention:
1) The American people must be united in their support.
2) Our objective must be to win and further compelling American interests.
3) We should first consider diplomatic solutions and proceed with caution.
The president did not make a compelling case for war and Senator Paul will vote "no" and encouraged his colleagues to vote "no" on military intervention in Syria.