Here's a hint: It had something to do with pictures of a lynched black man on his Myspace page, and a problem he has with "niggers". Though forced to resign as spokesperson, in a response to the press, Paul noted that his then former spokesperson wasn't racist. And of course you know Paul knows a thing or two about just exactly what racism is, right?
But anyway, the stuff he said on the Rachel Maddow show the other night, though perceived as a major career implosion, could actually be a blessing in disguise. You know what they say, when life hands you a lemon, you squirt some in someone's eye! That said, now that the cat is out the bag on Dr. Rand "Bad Haircut" Paul, checkout his latest campaign ad that's is sure to fire up "his base", or members of the Tea Party:
Mark Twian once said, "I want to be in Kentucky when the end of the world comes, because it's always 20 years behind." There's some obvious truth to that given the contradiction that is Rand Paul who is running for a Senate seat to represent Kentucky. But sadly, Mark Twain may have been off by at least 100yrs.