Now even the head of the RNC has called Rand Paul "out of touch."
In dual Sunday news show appearance, the Republican National Committee leader said he was "not comfortable" with Paul's position on the Civil Rights Act -- which he called "misplaced in these times" -- and cautioned that if he were to be elected the Tea Party-backed candidate would have to temper his views accordingly.
Proof that he will do anything to get elected:
I think in some ways the message has to be broadened and made more appealing to the entire Republican electorate because you have to win a primary. [Rand Paul on Alex Jones, 5/21/09].
Howard Phillips, founder of the US Taxpayers Party -- now re-branded as The Constitution Party. But there's much more direct evidence tying Ran Paul to the Constitution Party, whose national platform declares,
"The goal of the Constitution Party is to restore American jurisprudence to its Biblical foundations...
The U.S. Constitution established a Republic rooted in Biblical law".It's hard to get much more extreme than Christian Reconstructionism, whose founder Rushdoony was a Holocaust denier, a racist, a creationist, and an advocate for slavery who claimed that African-American slaves were lucky.
So it isn't altogether surprising that Rand Paul could be found, in April 2009, at a rally held by a political party that's been heavily influenced by a movement whose founder, Rousas Rushdoony, advocated executing homosexuals by stoning, wanted to reimpose the institution of slavery, and maintained that the Sun rotated around the Earth.
I dare you to read that again!! Stoning - slavery. Why is Rand Paul there??? Supporting him!
Accoring to Bruce Wilson on (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-wilson/rand-paul-keynoted-2009-r_b_584273.html) :
Just to make sure I talked to Tammy Houle, whose phone number is the Minnesota Constitution Party listed contact number, and she confirmed to me that Rand Paul had indeed spoken at the April 25th evening event.These people are scary!!! Rushdoony wrote in Politics of Guilt and Pity:
The white man is being systematically indoctrinated into believing that he is guilty of enslaving and abusing the Negro. Granted that some Negroes were mistreated as slaves, the fact still remains that nowhere in all history or in the world today has the Negro been better off. The life expectancy of the Negro increased when he was transported to America. He was not taken from freedom into slavery, but from a vicious slavery to degenerate chiefs to a generally benevolent slavery in the United States. There is not the slightest evidence that any American Negro had ever lived in a "free society" in Africa; even the idea did not exist in Africa. The move from Africa to America was a vast increase of freedom for the Negro...None of this, of course, is Rand Paul's direct responsibility. But it certainly is suggestive.
Does this represent your views? Would you ever go to an event where they advocate stoning?
All of that is UN-AMERICAN.