In the libertarian world of little regulation and flourishing businesses, when people get hurt or killed by products or workplace environments, stuff happens. Stop passing blame, it's so un-American.
In one of the most revealing if not appalling statements from any conservative/ libertarian snake we've heard from so far, Paul's ideological view point is strikingly irresponsible. Take the killer BP oil spill:
MSNBC: Kentucky's Republican Senate nominee Rand Paul criticized President Barack Obama's handling of the Gulf oil spill Friday as anti-business and sounding "really un-American."
"And I think it's part of this sort of blame-game society in the sense that it's always got to be somebody's fault instead of the fact that maybe sometimes accidents happen," Paul said.
The Senate candidate also referred to a Kentucky coal mine accident that killed two men, saying "We had a mining accident that was very tragic. ... Then we come in and it's always someone's fault. Maybe sometimes accidents happen," he said.
Paul is giving every tea party protester and conservative nut job the language to use to justify their vision of a loner society where you get what you deserve. You bought the defective car, get over it. Your child choked on a toy, accidents happen.