Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul (R) canceled his upcoming appearance on NBC's "Meet the Press," according to multiple reports.Apparently, Paul backed out because he's exhausted. Maybe he should shut his pie hole and quit criticizing Obama and realize that it takes more than a tea party be a leader.
The cancellation comes two days after Paul found himself in hot water over he questioned the legitimacy of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which ended sanctioned racial discrimination.
Paul is only the third guest to cancel his appearance in the 62-year history of the show. The other two are Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan in 1996 and Saudi Prince Bandar in 2003. The Hill
Friday, May 21, 2010
Rand Paul Cancels Meet the Press
Rand Paul's lack of character (narrow-mindedness) is showing. I can't believe how much he's whined already. It's as if he expected a crown and a throne. He's the third person ever to cancel a MTP appearance, according to the Hill. I thought Pastor Rick Warren had also cancelled, but that may have been for another show.