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Rand Paul: Why I Did What I Did

Jim Oakland Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 6:47 PM
It is a big mistake thinking that what is happening right now is a left or right issue. Both political parties have enemies of the US constitution in them. Not everyone in both parties is an enemy. I have been critical of conspiracy theorists in the past. But what I see right now is completely overt. The government is overreaching. I am more afraid of Home Land security, than terrorist. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LL9Jnos-GA
Earl29 Wrote: Mar 10, 2013 6:50 AM
Jim, I think you nailed it. I really appreciate Ron Wyden on this issue. This may be the only time in the history of the world when I have agreed with him, but on this he came through for the Constitution and the rule of law.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Mar 10, 2013 1:02 AM
You aren't alone. I am also angrier at the Republicans rather than the Demon RATS because be they two legged or four legged RATS are RATS. The Repub leadership will not even investigate the muslim brotherhood nest of spies that's infiltrated all our government agencies at Barry's invitation.
Including DHS, and we can see their influence with the foul rule/regs they come up with..think about that when next you fly TSA is a prime example.

Too many pundits in the national news media glibly stated over and over again that Kentucky Senator Rand Paul stood on the floor of the United States Senate -- for nearly thirteen straight hours last Wednesday -- to “filibuster” President Obama’s nominee for CIA Director. And sure, while this is technically true, in my view this sort of political analysis completely misses the mark. Writing in the Washington Times on Friday, the senator explained in his own words why he rose to speak that day -- namely, to defend the principles enshrined in the United States Constitution:

On Wednesday,...