LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Aqua Buddha (“photo” above) is a fake idol that Rand Paul demanded a woman to bow down to, claims Jack Conway. The bizarre Aqua Buddha advertisement of Jack Conway against Rand Paul took center stage during the Paul-Conway debate Sunday night.
During the political ad spot, Conway’s commercial asks “Was Ran Paul a member of a secret society that called the holy Bible a hoax, banned for mocking Christianity and Christ? Why did Ran Paul once tie a woman up, tell her to bow down before a false idol and say his god was Aqua Buddha?” Aqua Buddha’s “image” appears in the ad spot; but yet it remains unclear where the Paul idol, or Conway imagery, comes from. The woman has since been documented in the Washington Post and GQ Magazine.
The ad claims that while at Baylor University Paul member of a secret society known as the NoZe Brotherhood that forced the worship of Aqua Buddha upon the woman. Last night, the peculiar Buddha story was center stage again. Conway went at it again, asking “Why did he freely join a group known for mocking, for making fun of people with faith?” Conway asked during the debate. “When is it ever a good idea to tie up a woman and ask her to kneel before a false idol, your god, which you call Aqua Buddha?”
Paul says he is “disheartened that my opponent has sought to attack my religious beliefs…. If you wished to be considered for higher office,… step up, cast asides your attack on my religion…. Have you no shame?”