Rand Paul: Maddow Interview was “Fair”

May 24th, 2010 at 2:21 pm | 2 Comments |

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Although he is unhappy with how the media has treated him, Rand Paul does admit that his controversial interview on the Rachel Maddow Show was “fair”:

Prior to canceling an appearance on “Meet the Press” Friday, Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul did sit down for an interview with a local television station in which he complained about being “tortured” by Rachel Maddow but ultimately called her interview “fair.”

“I need to be very careful about going on certain networks that seem to have a bias,” the Kentucky Republican offered, by way of reflecting on the controversy he caused when he refused to endorse the totality of the Civil Rights Act. “Because it really wasn’t the interview so much that was unfair. The interview, I think, was fair. But they went on a whole day repeating something over and over again and it makes me less inclined to go on a network.”

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  • busboy33

    . . . or you could not say stupid $h!t.
    That way, when the network repeats your words, it won’t sound so bad.

    Just a suggestion.

  • Slide

    Always the victims, poor little wingnuts.