It showed us that we have maybe three or four Senators who care about the Constitution, the rest were too busy to show up or make a statement about killing Americans in the streets of the USA. Is that so hard to understand? Rand Paul is in a position where he could stand up and be heard, I think it's up to the rest of us to punch on our Senators until they stand with him. Or let our freedoms go in a drip, drip, drip manner. Because that's what is happening.
I don't get what the naysayers on this thread are about, just criticism, no suggestions.
posted on 03/07/2013 6:25:09 AM PST
( I still get a thrill up my leg when spell check doesn't recognize the name/word Obama!)
Yes, we need to be pounding our Senators as to why they didn’t stand with Rand Paul.
I suggest we ask them the following question: List 10 things the current regime could NEVER do, the legal reasoning they would use to try to justify doing them, and the names of the exact persons who have the ability and willingness to stop them if they tried doing those things TODAY.
Come to think of it, this should be a required question for anybody nominated for a cabinet position as well.
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