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|#314 - Sometimes he's said that he didn't know what was in there, oth…||12/17/2014 on This white guy got it right||0|
|#132 - That's odd coming from a guy who hangs out with white supremac… [+] (3 new replies)||12/16/2014 on This white guy got it right||-5|
#150 - kanadetenshi (12/16/2014) [-]
Newsletters written three decades ago under his name that he personally distanced which was also heavily edited and ghost written by others. Seems legit.
Don Black donated money to him so it's only reasonable to at least be together on picture. Doesn't mean Paul even remotely supports him. I've also seen Rand Paul shaking the hand of Al Sharpton, does that mean he's a democrat now?
#314 - malifauxdeux (12/17/2014) [-]
Sometimes he's said that he didn't know what was in there, other times he did, and sometimes he endorsed them during interviews. How I feel about it is that if you're a politician, and your name is going to be put on to something, then you know what they say because everyone wants to avoid bad publicity in politics.
No, it's not reasonable to take a picture with him. If you are a reasonable person who is trying to maintain a good reputation, you don't chum up with gutter trash, especially on camera.
Also, Rand Paul meeting up with Al Shaprton is obviously a political move to appear more palatable to the African American demographic for his upcoming presidential grab. For him, it's a sound politcial move. Ron Paul doesn't quite have that luxury because the demographic of white supremacists is going to be smaller than the number of votes he'd throw away by hanging out with and soliciting donations from groups like this.
Furthermore, he kept on payroll for over two decades a guy who claims that the civil rights movement constitutes indentured servitude of whites. In 2008, he endorsed Chuck Baldwin's presidential run despite the fact that the guy is an Islamaphobe, homophobe, and just out and out conspiracy nut, posting to sites like VDARE.
|#7 - Please don't try to revive that silly rivalry.||11/27/2014 on How I felt when I went to 9GAG||-4|
|#99 - The ring. Think of all the mischief you could do. Sne…||11/27/2014 on OC 2||0|
|#106 - The original picture is irrelevant given that it's been modifi… [+] (1 new reply)||11/17/2014 on ShirtShaming||0|
|#76 - You realize there's a difference between doing something as pa… [+] (1 new reply)||11/17/2014 on Oppression||0|
|#111 - That's baloney, some guy talking to you about what nice weathe… [+] (1 new reply)||11/17/2014 on Give me money to stop...||0|
#112 - ninjaroo (11/17/2014) [-]
No one is talking about nice weather, mate. And I wasn't talking about getting mugged or stabbed. I was talking about getting yelled at. I live in Perth, I have fucking aboriginals drunk off their ass yelling shit at me regularly, including that I deserve to be stabbed for being on "their land." To me, "hey babe, nice tits" is less uncomfortable than "HEY CUNT C'MERE SO I CAN CUT YA YEAH NAH DIDN'T THINK SO YOU DOPEY CUNT"
|#96 - So, you're telling me that it's not okay for women to say they… [+] (3 new replies)||11/17/2014 on ShirtShaming||0|
#102 - lxxlxxxlxxl (11/17/2014) [-]
Except your claims are backwards. this is pointing out a group who says you shouldn't be judged by your clothes judging someone by their clothes, not anywhere implying that "she was asking for it" and by the way the person who used the original sign was a guy who was presumably raped, not a girl.
#106 - malifauxdeux (11/17/2014) [-]
The original picture is irrelevant given that it's been modified to make a certain point; the point I'm addressing. Sure, this picture isn't saying anything about "she was asking for it" but that's the rhetoric that's been going around the site, and it's what I assume the poster had in mind.
If we can't judge men for wearing shirts with sexy girls, then we can't judge girls for wearing sexy shirts. It goes both ways, which is what people on here claim to be advocating, but I still see the whole victim blaming thing going on on the site, despite the fact it is incoherent with the current outrage over this debacle.
And no, I don't actually have any problem with his shirt, although it may have been a little inappropriate given the context of appearing on the media to talk about science and stuff. In that instance, I'd wear something more formal or at least something plain as to not distract people from the significance of his achievement.
|#109 - Boston and Birmingham are in America [+] (1 new reply)||11/15/2014 on Give me money to stop...||0|
|#8 - does your computer only have room for 1 reaction pic? [+] (1 new reply)||11/14/2014 on Obligatory skeletor title||+1|