Rand Paul plagiarizes part of speech…from Wikipedia.

…in order to argue that people who are pro-choice are also pro-eugenics.  Rachel Maddow nails him for it.

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  • RobMcCune

    Rand Paul was probably just deeply moved by the Wikipedia article, it’s probably one of the most intellectual things he’s read in a while. Any way, I’m sure his fan base will swarm over the article to add citations to the parts he plagiarized in order to try to make it look like those sections were citing him.

    • Baby_Raptor

      He could have avoided this if he’d just have quoted Conservapedia. Nobody would have cared.

      • RobMcCune

        You mean he didn’t plagiarize from Conservapedia? Then why did Rand Paul go off on an incoherent paranoid tangent… Oh wait never mind.

  • Zinc Avenger

    It has to be true! Someone who works for him saw a movie about it once!

  • Daniel Schealler

    I doubt he writes his own speeches. His speech writer needs to be reprimanded, though.

  • ansuz

    …I don’t understand how anyone who isn’t religiously obsessed with other people’s sex lives can think it’s a good idea to vote for Cuccinelli.