Discussion in 'Politics' started by Lakhota, Jan 1, 2012.
More: Ron Paul: Civil Rights Act Of 1964 'Destroyed' Privacy
Not only would I not want this Neanderthal clown in the White House, I wouldn't even want him working on White House property - as gardener, janitor, or anything else.
Ron Paul's stance on this issue is that you cannot legislate morality, and by giving special privileges or entitlements to one group you strip the rights of another.
P.S. Your a partisan shitstain on the clean white undies of the United States. Go fuck yourself you do nothing liberal. All you and your party can do is bitch and complain while holding your hand out expecting others to provide for you.
So you can't prove him wrong and all you have left is teh crying game.
Thanks for being such an open and honest leftist. It gives me and others an incite into what the rest want but are smart enough not to say out loud.
What a way to totally ignore all of that interview except for the part that best suits you.
You and people like you fucking make me want to vomit. You claim to care about people and this and that but its all bullshit.
Here is the full video, people can watch it and judge for themselves if Ron Paul is a racist.
Ron Paul Interview On CNN's State Of The Union 01/01/12 - YouTube
Spin all you wish, but he still voted NO. And he was the only one who voted NO.
NO WAY YOU JUST SAID THAT. That is so full of shit. What about the GOP's war on abortion rights? Euthanasia? Marijuana use?
The GOP is the party that GOVERNS on legislating morality. Why the fuck do you think that the supposed MORAL Majority played such a big factor in their party?
Paul’s stance on the issue indicates his ignorance of – or contempt for – the Constitution, its case law, and the rule of law.
The Civil Right Act of 1964 doesn’t attempt to ‘legislate morality,’ nor does it bestow a ‘special privilege’ on anyone. And no one lost his rights in favor of another.
To maintain such nonsense only exhibits one’s ignorance of the Act.
When the Supreme Court reviewed the constitutionality of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it determined, among other things, that segregation statues – such as restrictions in public accommodations – violated the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment, where laws may not be enacted which effect only a particular class of persons. See: Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States
Indeed, the Act ensures that all Americans have equal protection and access to the laws, just as required by the Constitution.
You are the one that posted the spin and not the whole video.
Thanks for showing just how much the left will lie and lie to get what they demand and to Hell with the law and Constitution.
Hey, Sparky, I posted the first three paragraphs of the article and provided the link for the balance.
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