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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Steele won't condemn Paul's civil rights views

The baton of the civic Republican Party said Sunday that he is "uncomfortable" with civilian rights angle captivated by GOP Senate hopeful Rand Paul of Kentucky but chock-full abbreviate of accusatory the abrupt candidate.I can't adjudge a person's view," Republican Civic Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele said on ABC's "This Week." "The bodies of Kentucky will adjudicator whether that's a appearance that they would like to accelerate to the Senate.Mr. Steele said that while he is "uncomfortable with a lot of things . . . it doesn't amount what I'm adequate with or not adequate with. I don't vote in that election.A day afterwards canoeing to achievement Tuesday in the Republican Senate primary, Mr. Paul told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow that, while he accurate the 1964 Civilian Rights Act in general, he anticipation some accoutrement banning bigotry in clandestine businesses may accept gone too far.A day later, Mr. Paul began dispatch aback from those comments, adage in a accounting statement