In a meeting with the Editorial Board of the Louisville Courier Journal, Republican Candidate for the United States Senate, Rand Paul, said he wouldn’t have voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

This is the teabaggers’ boy, y’all.

He wouldn’t have voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

They are who we thought they were. Plain and simple.

Rand Paul is as much a racist as his father is.

He can talk all the bullshyt he wants to about ‘commerce clauses’, but at the end of the day, he’s a proponent of STATES RIGHTS, and in his world, I guess my families in Mississippi and Tennessee just IMAGINED that they were oppressed by the foot of JIM CROW for nearly 100 years.

IF you say that you wouldn’t have voted for making me a 1st Class Citizen in the laws of this land, then you are saying that it’s ok that I don’t have those rights. I consider that non-negotiable, and you a racist.

Watch him bob and weave on the Rachel Maddow Show.

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This is the entire interview with the Louisville Courier Journal Editorial Board.

And, he’s not just for State’s Rights for Black folks….

if you’re disabled…..

get in the back of the bus…oh, I’m sorry, you can’t get on the bus, because it hasn’t been equipped.

From Think Progress

Rand Paul Wants To Abolish The Americans With Disabilities Act, Citing Fairness ‘To The Business Owner’

U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul (R-KY), a darling of the tea party movement, has gained notoriety for his extreme views and close relationships with fringe leaders like Alex Jones. Part of Paul’s appeal has been his supposed support of individuals over large interests, like the government. But Paul appeared to reveal his true priorities during an interview with the candidate in Lexington over the weekend.

Paul was asked whether he supports the Americans with Disabilities Act, the landmark 1990 legislation that established a prohibition of discrimination on the basis of disability. Paul said he advocates local governments to decide whether disabled individuals deserve rights.

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