Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul rejects the Boehner debt ceiling plan as ‘fuzzy Washington math’ and says adding a balanced budget mandate presents an internal conflict with other parts of the bill. Why does he believe the Boehner plan is fundamentally flawed when it comes to spending? What approach does he see as reasonable while leading the government to a balanced budget in less than a decade? How would he address the entitlement programs about to be swarmed by retired boomers? Why is President Obama’s domestic spending freeze very misleading? And what is Sen. Paul’s reaction to the war of words this week between the Tea Party and the GOP establishment? We discuss it all with Sen. Rand Paul.