GQ thinks Rand Paul deserved broken ribs because he ‘is an a–hole neighbor’

To the left, it is perfectly acceptable to get attacked if you happen to be a white person, a Republican, a conservative or a libertarian.

GQ magazine, the fledgling left-leaning publication, thinks it is OK that Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul suffered five broken ribs and was sent to the hospital. Why? Because of his yard and his belief in private property rights.

First, here is the tweet:

Now, here is what the magazine writes:

So, according to interviews conducted by the New York Times, it seems as though the root of the dispute between the two men is landscaping. Yep. Of all the possible causes for these two to dislike each other, it’s the oldest neighborly issue in the book: “I don’t like the way you take care of your lawn.” Now, you might be wondering how that has anything to do with politics? Well, it turns out that Rand Paul is a bit of an asshole about his yard….

So, let’s read between the lines a bit here. Rand Paul is an asshole neighbor. He bought a house in a neighborhood that has certain rules with regard to lawns, and he decided that he doesn’t need to follow those rules because of his belief in “property rights” that don’t actually exist. This is, at its core, the problem with libertarianism. Libertarians don’t want to follow the rules that we as a society have agreed upon, because they feel those rules step on their freedoms. And sometimes they might even be right, but that doesn’t mean that they are above those rules and can do whatever they want.

Shame.

Senator Paul, and other libertarians, have it coming because they belive in property rights? OK, GQ.

These people are disgusting.

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  1. Marines. 1985, Marine Security Guard-Embassy Guard School the staff referred to GQ magazine as “Gone Queer”. Semper Fi

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