David Eldridge
The Washington Times
April 18, 2011

Freshman Sen. Rand Paul, one of the leading voices of the tea party in Washington, said on Sunday that military spending will have to be cut if the country is going to get its debt problems under control.

“I think there is a compromise, but the compromise is not to raise taxes,” Mr. Paul, Kentucky Republican, said. “The compromise is for conservatives to admit that the military will have to be cut.”

Mr. Paul, speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union,” brushed aside questions about supporting tax increases.

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