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And I am at least somewhat sympathetic to Rand Paul's position from the standpoint not of whether or not government CAN ban private discrimination, but in regard to whether it OUGHT to. I'd ratehr know who the racists are and drive them out of business.

I also believe that there is a place for discrimination in hiring -- after all, why shouldn't a gay publication be permitted to choose to hire an all-gay staff? Why shouldn't the NAACP be permitted to choose to hire only African-Americans?

Posted by Rhymes With Right at May 20, 2010 10:02 PM

The MSM set a trap for Rand Paul and he walked right into it. No-one is advocating changing the Civil Rights law. No-one. Not the Congress, the Supreme Court, the Ku Klux Klan, the governor of Arizona, the Catholic Church, the Salvation Army. It's settled law, a done deal. So why bring it up?

To set a trap for the unwary. Too bad Paul is not talented at fudging like Obama.

Posted by miriam at May 22, 2010 11:45 PM