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June 23, 2014 3:26 PM

Merlene Davis: Rand Paul's recent comments are resonating with blacks, young voters

Just when I'm about to push Republican Sen. Rand Paul into a round hole, he mutates into a triangle. Over the weekend, the Tea Party's favorite son and Libertarian announced he would introduce a bill in Congress to restore the voting rights of nonviolent ex-felons. That was when he was round. Then, during that same weekend, Paul challenged former Vice President Dick Cheney's assertion that the mess in Iraq is President Barack Obama's fault. That was when Paul became a triangle.

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