Comment: Since the dawn of this

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Since the dawn of this

Since the dawn of this country, there have been disagreements in regards to the Constitution.

If Rand Paul is so arrogant to think that his view of the Constitution is perfect, then there is no helping him. Ultimately, that constituents of other elected officials keep on voting those people to their seats is an affirmation of said officials' views on the Constitution. Hell, even amongst the "conservartive" Republican party, people like Ron, Rand, Woods, and Napolitano have significant disagreements in regards to Constitutional policy.

Look at Obamacare. It has passed Congress, the Judicial Branch, and the Executive Branch. It was essentially voted on by the people again in 2012 and they put Obama back in charge. Yet, Rand Paul and the House constantly tries to prevent its enactment. At what point are you simply being obstructionist to the will of the American people?

I don't like it, you don't like it. But ultimately, it has passed every test conceivable to be made law. The proper thing to do would be to let it pass, and when it fails, hold it up as an example so we never do something like that again.

Regarding concessions:

Yes, because approximately 2% of this nation holds views similar to Rand Paul. So of course he's going to be conceding things. If he holds the nation hostage so that whatever small minority of people get what they want, then he's going against the intended purpose of government.

Plan for eliminating the national debt in 10-20 years:


Specific cuts; defense spending: