When I worked at Louisville Primary Care Center in Louisville, Ky where we did all of the city worker's physical and computer exams.<quoted text>
Q: Would you have voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
Rand Paul: I like the Civil Rights Act in the sense that it ended discrimination in all public domains and I'm all in favor of that.
Paul:(laughs) You had to ask me the but. I don't like the idea of telling private business owners, I abhor racism, I think it's a bad business decision to ever exclude anybody from your restaurant. But, at the same time, I do believe in private ownership.
Rand Paul thinks racism is a bad business decision
We performed the exams for police, fire fighters, sewer workers, etc.
We receive message from our dear mayor (liberal) to pass ALL black people applying for these jobs regardless of illnesses, mental capacity, college or other education, experience, etc.
Was this racist?
You better believe it.
Since this happen our city has had many problems and many law suits with fabricated reports in order for blacks to gain money and not have to work.
I can see Rand Paul's point.
Oh, btw where I work we have lazy and incompetent people of all races but the hiring should be based on education, experience, and the ability to do the job.....not the color of your skin.