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Thursday, August 15, 2013

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Rand Paul (Delusional, Manipulative, Dangerous)

"I don't think there's anyone in Congress who has a stronger belief in minority rights than I do." "There is no greater defender, truly, of minority rights ... than myself." Rand Paul added.
Without a concerted personal intervention, apples do not fall far from the trees when it comes to issues of race. 

"The interesting thing about voting patterns now is in this last election African-Americans voted at a higher percentage than whites in almost every one of the states that were under the special provisions of the federal government," he says. "So really, I don't think there is objective evidence that we're precluding African-Americans from voting any longer." Rand Paul August 2013.
Rand Paul is actually pulling the whole over the eyes and brains of many who feel his opportunist and very charade-like traipsing into his form of out reach to minorities is sincere.  His acts are as phony and delusional as his logic in placing himself in the figurative role of US president while alluding the Ambassador Clinton, "I would fire you." 

I am at times challenged about why I have issues about Paul's strategy to win political and social acceptance among minorities.  Black people in America almost to the person recognize the extent to which white American conservatives view them.  Yes, we have this cadre of black people who are, in their minds, crafty enough to leverage differentiating themselves from the Black Community. They do so for economic gain, personal satisfaction (DNA back to plantation life and securing favored status), or they endear themselves to the GOP because they have garner a level of success and feels it qualifiers them as equals to conservative America. The vast majority of Black Americans find no reason to hold an affinity for the GOP and conservative America. Paul's efforts to reach into the 96% of African-Americans who avoid the GOP like poison Ivy, will be met with frustration and defeat.
"Wooo, GrandMa what big teeth you have!" 

The strategy-base deploy will fail. It will fail because conservative American is predominately paradigm-ed away from tolerance of people who are non-white. Yes, you Asians (in America) that includes you also, let there be no mistake. Paul will have no success as for the following reasons. 

As you know, I love video archives.  The archives cannot simply be explained as, "I did not say that."  Imagine not being able to see this......Linked. Now, imagine no video of the original and strategically stated statement (notice applause from the audience), and his frequent and awkward denials with in days. Linked

Rand Paul "Not falling far from the tree." 

Rachel Maddow and Rand Paul three years ago. There following video segments are a bit long, but you must realize Paul is one who subscribes to the practice of, "Fake it to Make it."

The video segments are bit long as Paul seems to ramble along with maniacal drivel until he talks himself into a corner. Rachel can at times stretch questions into long statements with an ending questions. As you view the following segments you will notice Paul rambles to the point of requiring an intervening "stop."

Part 1


Part 2


After 18 minutes we leave the interview with Paul's clear statement he would be hard pressed to force a private business owner to open her/his establishment to serving all people.  You may have also noticed my previous warning about Paul's tendency to talk himself into a rambling corner. 

Paul's ill-advised condescending visit to the nation's first black university spoke volumes about his lack of common sense, and his penchant for exercising "white privilege."



http://wfpl.org/post/rand-paul-says-no-evidence-racial-discrimination-elections

All that we have written above speaks to the irrational flightiness of Rand Paul.  He reminds of his father, "....legalize heroin."  
Rand Paul as reported by WFPL News, Louisville, Kentucky.

Paul says there was once a time for the Voting Rights Act and there is still justification for the federal government to intervene if an individual's civil rights are violated. 

But Kentucky's junior senator says any new provisions shouldn’t focus on southern states based on past cases of discrimination. 

"The interesting thing about voting patterns now is in this last election African-Americans voted at a higher percentage than whites in almost every one of the states that were under the special provisions of the federal government," he says. "So really, I don't think there is objective evidence that we're precluding African-Americans from voting any longer." 

In 2012, census figures showed black voter turnout was around 66 percent compared 64 percent among whites. 

Supporters argue those figures reflect the Voting Rights Act has succeeded over the past 50 years.
Paul is showing serious signs of delusion, or he is a poor liar. In either case, his judgment is seriously and pathologically deficient. 

Paul's comments do not pass the smell test.


Al Sharpton on the voter suppression (specifically North Carolina).
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/45755884/vp/52758586#52758586
We cannot resist a slideshow related to one of Paul's most trusted and closes advisers. 
Sheeple across conservative and libertarian America may have fallen for Rand Paul as a candidate for 2016,. The Black Community will not buy into his bulls_ _ t!
Did Paul actually say: "I don't think there's anyone in Congress who has a stronger belief in minority rights than I do." 
Really, from the 535 members of the House and Senate, Rand Paul has the temerity to make such a statement? 
Did Paul actually say, he did not see any evidence of voter suppression based on the high turnout of black voters in 2012? One has to wonder why Paul's racist former adviser, Southern Avenger, did not tell him, the 2012 African-American vote may have been the result of resistance to GOP voter suppression.

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