U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul talked with supporters at the Fayette County Republican Party picnic Saturday.  He said "capitalism, private property, profit" were the ways to help the jobless.
U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul talked with supporters at the Fayette County Republican Party picnic Saturday. He said "capitalism, private property, profit" were the ways to help the jobless. AP
U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul talked with supporters at the Fayette County Republican Party picnic Saturday. He said "capitalism, private property, profit" were the ways to help the jobless. AP