Yesterday, while talking to Ari Melber in the filthy liberal demagogue echo chamber of MSNBC, Senator Rand Paul went into the defensive, whiny-ass titty-baby mode he always goes into when anyone calls him out for saying something stupid (somewhere around 7:50 in the above video). And since Rand Paul says many stupid things, there is a plethora of material. Like four years ago when he had to reassure everyone he would not try to overturn the Civil Rights Act of 1964 while also raising questions about whether the law should have outlawed discrimination by private businesses based on race.
On his show “The Cycle,” Melber asked Paul why he has “evolved” on that issue since then, and old Aqua Buddha did what he always does: attacked mean liberals for continuing to ask him about it.
What I would say to be fair to myself, because I’m always in favor of being fair to myself, is that I’ve always been in favor of the Civil Rights Act, so people need to get over themselves writing all this stuff that I’ve changed my mind on the Civil Rights Act. Have I ever had a philosophical discussion about all aspects of it? Yeah, and I learned my lesson to come on MSNBC and have a philosophical discussion, the liberals will come out of the woodwork and they will go crazy and say, you’re against the Civil Rights Act and you’re some terrible racist. And I take great objection to that.
See, libtards? Rand Paul just wanted to have a philosophical discussion about the Civil Rights Act, and not even the entire Act, just Title II, that little section that told private businesses they could not serve only white people at their lunch counters, among other places. Not because he likes racism, but because Rand Paul is uncomfortable with telling private businesses what to do. Next thing you know, the government will be telling private citizens they have to serve faggots and Chinamen as well, and then what kind of a world will we live in, when a business owner cannot exercise his First Amendment right to be a boorish racist or homophobe? But you liberals can’t have even a philosophical discussion without pointing out the actual, real-world consequences of Rand Paul’s position, which makes Rand Paul look like an idiot who has never set foot out of his house, so he’s just not going to bother talking to you about it.
We think it is cute the senator believes this philosophical discussion about Title II is something we should even still be having fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act — as if we didn’t have the conversation then and his position lost and still holding to it is a Lost Cause, if you will – or that he cannot distinguish between conversations on national television and whatever bullshitting he used to do in his frat house at Baylor in between bong hits. Or it would be cute, if he wasn’t lining himself up for a run at the presidency in 2016.
On the plus side, his campaign is going to be so much fun because it’s going to be so easy to get Senator Aqua Buddha’s head to explode like an overripe melon. Just call him out for saying something dumb, and since he says something dumb every day, there will be a vast trove of incidents to pick from.