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originally posted by: abe froman
S and F.
I support Rand Paul and I support equality.
originally posted by: TinfoilTP
originally posted by: olaru12
originally posted by: PrinceJohnson
a reply to: olaru12
I believe this is called white guilt.
No, it's called honor, integrity and courage to address REAL problems facing American society.
It's called pandering for votes in a packed race.
He hit up the Sharptonites and pot smokers all in one sound bite.
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
Rand Paul, talking about how a white kid was driven to suicide because of an often terrible "justice" system and claiming that "white kids don't get the same justice" has nothing to do with white guilt.
originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
White guilt is a slander made up by white racists to condemn other white people who have empathy for the racial injustices of our society.
My opinion of Rand Paul just went up considerably
originally posted by: Benevolent Heretic
To the OP - I have said before, that if Rand Paul gets the GOP's nomination, I will breathe a big sigh of relief, as he is the least dangerous of the GOP's offering. I like many of his positions and could live with those I disagree with.
“Am I saying they did nothing wrong and it’s all racism? No,” Paul said. “What I am telling you is that white kids don’t get the same justice.”
Rand Paul is the Senator who recently filibustered (for 12 hours) the renewal of the Patriot Act provision that legalized the NSA bulk data collection program, and succeeded.
That's someone who stands by his words if I ever saw it.
Too bad many of his opinions aren't popular among the establishment, so he'll never be President, just like his dad.