These two Polish Jews are sheer hypocrites big time. Their statements on libertarism are great, but then they want them to apply only to White people.
Rand Paul might as well bite the bullet. He DESERVES to embar-ASS himself on the Rachel Maddow Show when he advocated for segregated lunch counters. Unless you have been in a 46-year coma, the United States Congress adopted the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which was signed by President Lyndon Johnson that same year. That law finally made it illegal in all 50 states and territories to have separate accommodations for all races, and in all areas of life. There are no more "Whites Only" and "C----ed Only" signs anywhere.
However, with Rand Paul's nomination and passage of Arizona's SB 1070, the racist tide of the Republican Party has reared its head. They "want their country back"-WARD! Bill Maher was right when he said "I want my country to go FORWARD!" Rand Paul's statement that President Obama was "un-American" in Obama's comments against British Petroleum, well I have a question to these two Polish Jews:
WHAT ABOUT ALL THOSE FISHERMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES WHO WILL LOSE THEIR LIVELIHOOD, YOU MOTHER FUCKING ASSWIPE NUTJOBS?!!!!!
So much for Sarah the Stupid Cunt Palin, and "Drill, Baby, Drill!" The Democrats should not lose, but win in November, since it was the Republicans that backed the oil industry thanks to their GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS!
Rand Paul, the new Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate seat from Kentucky is a hero of the Tea Party.
Some hero. For starters, he said that he believes businesses should have the right to refuse seating to minority customers. Welcome to the Kentucky of 1955.
And now he's out there saying that President Obama and his administration are anti-business and "un-American" for criticizing oil giant British Petroleum over their handling of the oil spill.
I guess "American values" now includes having no clue how to stop the gusher, and it's perfectly OK (pro-business) if you kill off miles of coastline for at least a generation. Hey, it's 'business,' right?
One almost has to feel for minority leader Mitch McConnell. He and Senate political architect John Cornyn (R-TX) pushed his state's other Republican Senator, the gaffe-prone Jim Bunning, into retirement so he could put his hand-picked candidate, Trey Grayson up against the Democrats in the general. But then Paul beat Grayson Tuesday, and by a large margin. And then the past reached out and grabbed him. Don't blame Democrats for that either. Paul's past statements are public record; if Grayson was too dumb to look them up, well maybe he should have. Paul said it, didn't he? And it was Paul, and Paul alone, who contended that not only is it wrong to criticize an oil company for an oil spill, but in fact that to do so is 'un-American.' Presumably that's his favorite adjective, one we can expect to hear pop out of Paul's mouth frequently if he ever gets to the U.S. Senate. Joe McCarthy, anyone?
This has all backfired so exquisitely on McConnell, that Bunning, who was known to resent McConnell for pushing him out of the Senate, can hardly be blamed if he is having a secret but hearty laugh about this somewhere.
Kentucky Republicans have made their choice. Now they have to live with him, at least until November.
Also from www.eschatonblog.com:
Rand Paul was supposed to on Meet the Press this Sunday, but he cancelled.
Perhaps they could invite on the person who got the most votes in a Kentucky Senate primary that day?
Why wasn't Rand Paul on Meet the Press? Because Rand Paul is
A BIG FAT PUSSY!
When you open your big dick mouth on the Rachel Maddow Show, and then don't have the balls to be on Meet the Press, it's open season (figuratively speaking).
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