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PostSun Jan 08, 2012 11:35 pm » by Noentry


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PostSun Jan 08, 2012 11:40 pm » by Noentry


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PostSun Jan 08, 2012 11:58 pm » by Noentry


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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:00 am » by Rydher


Not going to post the Glenn Beck video of his thoughts? :D

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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:04 am » by Noentry


rydher wrote:Not going to post the Glenn Beck video of his thoughts? :D


Just out of curiosity what are your thoughts on the bill?
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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:09 am » by Noentry


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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:11 am » by Bettyboolean


source : http://www.addictinginfo.org/2012/01/06 ... ote-on-it/

seems the illuminati shill lizard couldnt find time to vote against NDAA

Ron Paul Supporters Claim He Opposes The NDAA, So Why Didn’t He Vote On It?
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There is a whole lot of anger regarding the National Defense Authorization Act that President Obama signed into law last week. Civil libertarians in particular have been livid over the content of the law which they think allows the indefinite detention of Americans, even though the indefinite detention provision was changed, before President Obama signed the bill into law.

Not too long after the President signed the bill, rabid Ron Paul supporters vigorously claimed that Paul opposed the bill. There’s just one problem with that. If he indeed opposed it so much, why didn’t he attend a House session to cast his vote against it?

Ron Paul took an oath to execute his duties as a member of the House of Representatives, yet he failed to show up to vote against the NDAA, a bill he supposedly opposes. He didn’t bother to take a few hours out of his day to vote against something he considers dangerous to American rights and freedom. Instead, he decided to ignore his congressional responsibilities in order to remain on the campaign trail. You’d think a self-proclaimed libertarian would do his job when bills as important as the NDAA come up.

The fact is, a sitting Congressman cannot say they oppose a piece of legislation and not vote against it when it comes up for a vote. It’s just irresponsible, which is contrary to Paul’s constant calls for Americans to be responsible. Looks like he doesn’t practice what he preaches, which begs the question: Why do people still support Ron Paul?

See who voted for the bill, who voted against it, and who else besides Ron Paul didn’t vote on it at all; http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2011/roll932.xml
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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:17 am » by Rydher


While I don't think Ron Paul is a lizard. I also brought up the fact that he didn't find the time to vote for this. Just another problem thing I have to shake my head at as I hold my nose to 'pull the lever'. I'm sure the Ron Paul followers won't have a problem with his no show. He can do no wrong.

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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:34 am » by Noentry


Only two front runners of the presidential republican candidates could vote for the NDAA bill
And neither showed ,even it they did it would of made no difference.

Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul both did not vote very true
One would have voted yes
one would have voted no
And both have a an election to run
So no excuse needed
Both are busy
That is justifiable in my opinion.
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PostMon Jan 09, 2012 12:39 am » by Rydher


noentry wrote:Both are busy
That is justifiable in my opinion.


Really? Really?! You find it acceptable that the champion of freedom and the Constitution can't find a few hours out of the day to come vote for one of the most heinous and freedom shredding bills to come out of Congress? :badair:

You are mentally ill. Thank goodness you can't vote.


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