Rand Paul thinks discrimination is a terrible thing. He's against it from the government because if the government is doing it, then it's intruding on people's lives. As far as business, he thinks it's sad, not least of which because he thinks it's bad business. (In fact I think that might be the most important argument against it in his mind.)
But not discriminating? He wants that to be in the realm of civic virtue. Like not using profanity in front of children. Like mowing your lawn regularly.
He thinks it's a good choice to not discriminate. But he does not believe it should be prevented.
What an idiot. Here is the libertarian view at its bare bones. And why it is useless to making the world in any way better. About what you'd expect from someone named for Ayn Rand.
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