Thursday, May 20, 2010
The Apple Don't Fall Too Far From the Tree
Father and son both have antebellum views concerning black people. Yup! Talk about longing for the old days, well...the Pauls don't believe in Civil Rights for minorities. Rand Paul believes that private businesses should be allowed to discriminate against minorities if they choose too. Seeing how many jobs are in the private sector, most restaurants, housing rentals, as well as stores are privately owned that leaves only government and public places that blacks should be allowed.
Will Rand Paul be suggesting to dismantle the Civil Rights Laws altogether next? How can a person run for a public servant office representing "the people" when he feels that "the people" only means people of a certain color-white only? Yet and still he claims to believe in Civil Rights and that discrimination is wrong. That is straight up BS! You don't straddle the fence on Civil Rights. Your either for them all the way or not at all. There is no half way regarding discrimination and Civil Rights.
Paul even went on to compare the right to bring a gun in public place to Civil Rights, which I found rather odd seeing how guns kill people and Civil Rights grant people human rights. What does a person need a gun for to go into a restaurant to eat. I mean it is not like they have to kill the food that they order first. Guns should be for hunting and that is the bottom line. However, some people think that we should go back to the days of "Gunsmoke" and be able to pack a gun in a side holster like they did in the Wild Wild West days.
Apparently, that is not the only thing that Rand Paul believes needs to be done to make America more suitable to whites like him taste.
I've been warning people about Ron Paul for a while now. Now, it looks like not only should people be keeping a eye on Ron but they should keep an eye on his son Rand too because the apple doesn't fall to far from the tree. We already know Ron Paul's views on black people. I'm sure he taught his son everything he knows, including his hatred for black people.