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TXconfidnz
Schpelling Bea Regect
01:50 PM on 03/15/2012
Bipartisan urination on the Constitution is even MORE unacceptable than partisan urination...
01:22 PM on 03/15/2012
First Amendment? We don't need no steenking First Amendment!

OK, we'll go with the Second. Your decision, your loss...
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For Realz
Silence is compliance.
09:22 AM on 03/15/2012
NOT even 200 posts.
60k on Ms. Fluke and Rush Limbaugh.
We are a poor prioritized people.
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glockman
07:58 AM on 03/15/2012
Dude, Congress, presidents, and the Federal government have been stomping on our rights since the document was first signed.
12:37 AM on 03/16/2012
dat don't make it right!
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nova1215
06:42 AM on 03/15/2012
It seems like Congress can only act in a bipartisan manner these days to hurt a majority of Americans.
06:40 AM on 03/15/2012
I used to think that the Constitution of the United States was the "Supreme Law" of our nation, and that my rights to freedom of speech, assembly, and religion were absolutely guaranteed. I also thought that I would be shielded from "unreasonable search and seizure," that I could not be jailed without charges, and that I was entitled to a trial before "a jury of my peers." But, now that we have a Patriot Act, a Defense Authorization Act, and laws such as this one, I understand how very wrong I was.
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glockman
07:58 AM on 03/15/2012
I agree with everything you said, and I add that I thought my rights to own firearms were also guaranteed.
06:00 AM on 03/15/2012
Radical. Explained: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voKh-nahhcE
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For Realz
Silence is compliance.
04:46 AM on 03/15/2012
"In 2008, I was told that if I voted for John McCain we would remain in war, we would topple another middle east country, trample our Constitution and civil liberties at home, etc...
Well, I voted for John McCain anyway. And do you know what? They were right."

~Paul Kagan Feb 2012
06:45 AM on 03/15/2012
The differences are minor. Had McCain been elected, thousands of young American servicemen and women would have died in Libya, we would have invaded Pakistan, and we would currently be sending combat troops into both Iran and Syria. But large American corporations would be making money in all these adventures, so I suppose that everything would be "better."
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Silence is compliance.
07:08 AM on 03/15/2012
Hyperbole. You are just speculating. You don't know that McCain would have done anything different than Obama when all was said and done and whatever McCain decided to do he would have respected Congress' right to approve as per the war powers agreement of 1973.
04:00 AM on 03/15/2012
You might be a good blogger if your language wasn't so crude.
06:46 AM on 03/15/2012
Probably not. Offensive language is used in place of reasoned argument.
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glockman
08:00 AM on 03/15/2012
Or to highlight the absurdity of what congress is doing.
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rickroland
Two Parties, Same Crap
03:50 AM on 03/15/2012
Obama signed this?

Surely this must be a mistake. Like, expanding and extending the Patriot Act, which he also signed.

Oh, and NDAA, hmm, yeah, he signed that too.

Are you all sure that this is the same Barak Obama that you voted into office?
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Silence is compliance.
07:10 AM on 03/15/2012
How do you spell that again? Oh yes, SOPA and HCC and PIPA...
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Jim Milks
Ecologist
01:59 AM on 03/15/2012
This is a bill that should be challenged on Constitutional grounds. Unfortunately, I have little faith in the current Supreme Court to actually uphold the Constitution.
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shankapotomus
04:07 AM on 03/15/2012
Theses will but if O gets another one you may sa weel just throw it away.
01:32 AM on 03/15/2012
We know where Ron Paul and Barack Obama sit on the HR-347 issue. I wonder where Romney/Santorum/Gingrich stand. I figure they would take the Obama route.
Ron Paul is a true patriot, for the people.
The others are traitors.

[Ron Paul - 2012]
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Priestess of Ryleh
panem et circenses!
07:34 AM on 03/15/2012
unless your are not white heterosexual cisgendered or male...
05:51 PM on 03/15/2012
Ron Paul is a politician like all of them. Plus in his world is there such a thing as the U.S? I thought Paulandia it was all about states taking your liberties.
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Chris1962
NYC
01:04 AM on 03/15/2012
Wow, this sounds as unconstitutional as O's "mandate."
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pixeloid
Reality has a liberal bias.
12:55 AM on 03/15/2012
Who are those 3 representatives that actually believe in the Constitution?
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Rowsdower
For extra fun, read my posts in Igniknokt's voice.
03:45 AM on 03/15/2012
Not even the ACLU has a significant problem with HR 347:

https://www.aclu.org/blog/free-speech/how-big-deal-hr-347-criminalizing-protest-bill

This article is yet another sensationalized opinion piece that is mostly divorced from reality; it's nearly the left wing equivalent of "death panels".
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pixeloid
Reality has a liberal bias.
07:53 AM on 03/15/2012
Thanks for the link.
12:48 AM on 03/15/2012
Obama only has my vote because all of the Republican candidates are more despicable. If there was anyone else (even if they were a vegetable with a pulse), I would vote for them in a heartbeat. Obama has truly lost his moral compass.
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Silence is compliance.
04:33 AM on 03/15/2012
But, as you said, you'll vote for him anyway.
No one really cares why.
Obama can do anything to civil liberties and you will continue to support the abuser. It's a sickness.
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Sajwert
07:09 AM on 03/15/2012
It is unfortunate, but those of us who will vote for Obama are more aware of how dangerous and destructive the GOPer would be as POTUS. We had 8 yrs of one of the most destructive and dangerous Republican presidents that anyone would have thought possible. And he promised to be a good president. He lied.