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Rand Paul at Howard: The History of the GOP is “Rich and Chock Full of Emancipation and Black History”

topperj2 Wrote: Apr 10, 2013 3:38 PM
"If I Only Had a Brain," applies to your comments. Conservatives want the best for everyone, since a rising tide lifts all boats. But you have a mental block caused by a lack of critical thinking. Besides, Paul wasn't talking about conservatives. He was talking about the history of the Republicans, the best friend the Black community ever dissed. What has their kinship with the Democrat Party gotten them? They're still whining about the aame thngs they've been whineing about fort he last 50 years. What's been their progress living on the Democrat plantation?

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul recently wrapped up his speech (and a Q&A session) at Howard University in Washington, D.C. wherein he discussed “the importance of outreach to younger voters, as well as minority groups.” In particular, among other things, he touched on the benefits of federalism, school choice, and de-criminalizing certain drugs laws -- the latter topic garnering him thunderous applause in an otherwise relatively subdued auditorium.

But perhaps the primary objective of his public appearance at Howard -- as evidenced by his willingness to speak at the historically black college -- was to show (a) how...