By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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he said that went against his father's wishes, who had asked that it be burned.
"He was a father like any other loving father. He didn't sacrifice games with his son for his work. He never forgot about his family. He taught me various sports. He taught me to read and write, in the best sense of the terms. I think I was one of the few children who had formal grammar lessons. He shared everything," he told the AP.