Apologies, but your comment misses what appears to be TMOT's main point - following the Constitution as it is written. TMOT's goal is both on target and nobel. If we did have both Senators and Representatives who followed the Constitution 100% of the time then we as a nation would have many, many less problems and perhaps then we might have the bandwidth to address your comment about taxation.
The point here is when tackling large and complex problems a spiral type approach can at times be a wise approach - fixing the big things first and as the big problems are solved then concentrate on the little problems - it is a matter of priorities. The military understands this very well as enumerated here (http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/f...).
Please, please, please - let us all rise above our personal hot button topics and concentrate on rallying together on the big problems we can agree upon and work together to solve. I, too, need to resist the urge to run down the rabbit holes (which actually aids the enemy as we divide ourselves thereby diluting our strength). This site was named after Ron Paul and many Paul supporters did not agree with him 100% and yet they came together to support him.
Please - focus on what we can agree upon and retain the fine point disagreements for the days of liberty ahead when we have successfully rid ourselves of the current members who do not follow the law (Constitution).
“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost." -- John Quincy Adams
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