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(1) In what significant ways do you see your voting diverging from that of your Father. (2) Which Presidents were your favorites and why? (3) What can we do to most effectively advance the Liberty movement? (4) What important lessons have you learned so far? (5) What NON TP/Liberty Federal politicians, appointees, and judges do you find most open to the cause of Liberty (recognizing that, at least for a time, we need to work with what we have and we should perhaps try harder to influence those who are most worthy of supporting who are already in office...for example, the politicians who dared to speak out for or endorse Ron Paul during the primary process)? There are probably some more questions I have, but mostly I'm expecting him to continue to support the causes he has previously either identified explicitly or via his voting record. I am very pleased with Rand Paul's performance so far, I made a pretty large donation to his original election, and I hope to support him in his future endeavors. I'm not in favor of asking him too many probing questions about the specifics of his motivations in coming out to endorse Romney (once Romney had the nomination all sewn up, btw). I am in the club which feels that pushing him too far on that is actually pushing him to speak to long term strategy and I think that is best kept quiet; READING HIS LIPS IS NOT NEARLY SO IMPORTANT AS READING HIS VOTING RECORD.

Bill of Rights /Amendment X: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Do you need a politician or judge to "interpret" those 28