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Judge Napolitano praises Rand Paul

From his facebook page just now:

"Sen. Paul has the courage of a tiger. He used all the tools available to a U.S. Senator to bring to the country's attention a very painful and unpleasant truth: Wherever the gov't goes, the Constitution follows. The Constitution expressly states that if the gov't wants the life, liberty, or property of any person, it must follow due process. Due process means that the gov't can only kill a person after a jury trial or if that person is actively engaged in waging war on the U.S. - bank robbers, rapists, murderers, terrorists, assassins, or anyone else - without the fairness that the Constitution requires and federal law sets forth. That Sen. Paul would make these arguments fearlessly when the President, and the Democrats, nd even the congressional Republican leadership preferred to look the others way, that he would tax his body and soul in a Jimmy Stewart-like and ear solo tour de force, that he would remain faithful to the principles of the Founding Fathers, are all signs that in an age of few heroes, Rand Paul is the genuine article."

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Poof, no due process for you!!!

The whole world is the battlefield, and if you aren't with us, you're against us. Poof, no due process for you!!! Who are we at war with; a tactic? These people are murderers and all sides know it, yet nothing is done.

robot999's picture

I totally agree with you

except for the very last part. Not nothing. We must all make a PERSONAL stand, each individual. The "group mentality" is one of their weapons, and ours is our individual power to change other individuals. That is what is happening right now before our eyes. Rejoice.

"Government is the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex". - Frank Zappa

The Judge really likes Rand


scawarren's picture

Yes that was some very high

Yes that was some very high praise from the Judge!

It is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. – Mark Twain