Kentucky GOP Senate nominee Rand Paul's stated ambivalence about the part of the Civil Rights Act pertaining to private business was the talk of the Sunday news talk shows. On ABC's "This Week," columnist George Will had a tart response: "The simple fact is that in 1964, we as a nation repealed one widely exercised right, the right of private property owners to serve in public accommodations whom they want, and replaced it with another right, that is, the right of the entire American public to use public accommodations. We were correct to do so. And in the process, we refuted an old notion, that you cannot — and this offends some libertarians — the notion was you cannot legislate morality. Yes, you can. We did. We not only got African-Americans into public accommodations, we changed the thinking of the white portion of the country as well."