Thursday, May 20, 2010

GOING LOLT: The Rand Paul Story

Ladies and gentlemen, I present Rand Paul on the subject of whether lunch tables (slash, everything) should have been desegregated during the Civil Rights era:
"What I think would happen -- what I'm saying is, is that I don't believe in any discrimination. I don't believe in any private property should discriminate either. And I wouldn't attend, wouldn't support, wouldn't go to. But what you have to answer when you answer this point of view, which is an abstract, obscure conversation from 1964 that you want to bring up. But if you want to answer, you have to say then that you decide the rules for all restaurants and then you decide that you want to allow them to carry weapons into restaurants."
Ahahahaha, there you have it, the Teabagging Prince, the future of the movement. Great stuff.


  1. in fairness, I am not in favor of physical objects discriminating against people either.

  2. is the blonde woman behind him in this clip his wife? if so, he must be doing something right.

  3. I think "going LOLT" has to be a regular feature on whatever stupid thing a libertarian said this week. With tuesday's events, I'm guessing it will be 90% Rand Paul

  4. 6.54- yeah, you just hate to see that happening

    JJ- i feel like we're gonna get a lot of mileage out of that if Rand keeps up this pace