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Must Share Video: Rand's 13-hour Filibuster In 120 Seconds

If there ever was common ground for the "left" and "right" to stand on, it's this!

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Filibusters in Senate History.

Here are the 9 longest filibusters. Submitted by Mark Twain, 03/12/2013.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

How many Americans (on US soil and without due process)

have been killed by Drones?

There are 540 Americans killed without due-process, per year, by police officers -- by guns.

About 60 of these (per year) are "bad" shootings (where the cop was essentially assassinating the individual).

These numbers do not include being struck by police-officer vehicles, death by stun gun, bludgeoned, or stabbed. Gun shoots would account for 95% of all death-by-cop (without due process) "murders"

There are 310M Civilians and 1M cops (only 300,000 or so of these interact with civilians).

How many Drones do we have and how long before there are more Drones then there are cops -- realistically?

How many more murders by Drones will we face per year? Projected? Where do these numbers come from?

What will kill more people per year -- bad diet, FDA drugs, chemtrails, aspirin, domestic violence, or cop assassinations (approx 60 per year)?

If there were a million drones in the sky -- death by accident would probably be higher than actual death by assassination.

Drones will not be out on patrol -- they'd be used tactically.

I will not leave the house today with death-by-drone weighing heaviest on my mind, hahahahaha.

Drone-Spying is NOT the most pragmatic form of spying -- there are 310M people for god-sake!!!!

Maybe in 200 years or 100 years -- but by then people will (by their own accord) have their entire lives on Facebook.

Our spending/consumptive habits -- our love of tech, is what's ushering in the all-seeing-eye (it's hard wired into our social philosophy that if someone is watching someone might save us or love us or help us or entertain us -- we purchase the tech that will make one-world-surveillance possible -- your using it right now).

We are Complicit

We are the Borg

Taking a stand on principle...

in spite of the odds against you, has always been a force for good in the world. Check out this post, "Rand Paul: One person can make a difference"


http://www.dailypaul.com/277342 (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference)
http://www.StandUpForYourRights.me/?p=1264 (Fast and Furious hearing)

ReutersTV? Intersesting

Wait for the "Einsteins" of our country to ONLY pick up and note that Rand was eating, while completely ignoring the fact that he was 7 hours into his speech, or the importance of the rest of the filibuster for that matter.

I'm a little burnt out from many of the comments simply stating that "ALL"(REALLY? that was all?) he was doing was trying to draw attention to himself for a 2016 run while selfishly holding up the senate and working on important things like the sequester. Sometimes after reading shit like that - all I want to do is bang my head against the wall.

Right when that video cuts off

The President of the floor starts banging his toy-hammer and states, "Order. Order. The House is not allowed to applaud," and they just keep clapping.

It can't be said enough: good fucking job, Rand. *Salute*

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

It was cool to see the respect he got from the people there

I don't like or agree with Rand on many issues, but this was good to see


anyway to get the vid embedded?

Pretty Please?

Pretty Please?

Awesome!! Thank you!!



This is a great video to share with people who don't have an extra 13 hours to watch it! lol

I came across it on another site where the "liberals" were actually praising Rand for doing this.