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Rand Paul Could Be Biggest Shock of 2016

MoreFreedom Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 7:52 PM
If you think that black or Jewish owners of a hotel/restaurant should not be forced to serve KKK and Nazi members, then you agree with Paul on the CRA. Paul's position is that such owners shouldn't be forced to serve those they find offensive and don't want around. But then, it's always black activists who complain that whites should be forced to serve them.
Fooling Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 8:42 PM
Amen. It is so obvious that, well, what else can you say. We live in an idiot country. Enough said.
Fooling Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 8:42 PM
Amen. It is so obvious that, well, what else can you say. We live in an idiot country. Enough said.
Stuart95 Wrote: Mar 28, 2013 8:20 PM
The idea that property owners cannot control who comes on their property is patently ridiculous. No citizen has an a priori right to occupy the property of another.

A side benefit of that policy would be the self-identification of bigoted business or porperty owners. Other citizens would be free to choose to patronize, or choose not to patronize, that business.

Mention his name to most Washington, D.C., insiders and plenty of his GOP colleagues, and you will hear everything from "frustrating" to "crazy." But Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky might be just conventionally unconventional enough to stun his party and the nation in 2016.

A cleverly written op-ed piece in The New York Times had the unintended effect of convincing me that Paul may well be both the GOP Establishment and left-of-center Democrats' worst nightmare.

In his Times piece, columnist Frank Bruni does a very good job of reciting what he considers fatal past remarks by Paul. And...