Sen. Rand Paul for Easing Voter Restrictions

Good for him.

Sparking The Left

rand-master675 Living in Kentucky, I get a lot of news of Republican and Tea Party favorite Sen. Rand Paul, and it’s usually disappointing. But in a meeting in Memphis, TN (where there is a heavily African-American population) Sen. Paul came out for less restrictive voting laws.

According to an article in the NYT, he said these restrictions insults blacks and the poor who usually have a harder time obtaining an I.D. which are required by these new laws.

But as the last couple of paragraphs in the report states with quotes from G.A.Hardaway of the Tennessee General Assembly, is this a cynical ploy by Sen. Paul to make the GOP look like a kinder, gentler party which respects people with a lower socio-economic status?

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2 Responses to Sen. Rand Paul for Easing Voter Restrictions

  1. That is a good sign from Rand Paul. 🙂

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  2. jamesbradfordpate says:

    That’s the thing about both Pauls: they’re really bad on some issues, and really good on others!

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