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“Can we not have a debate on a higher plane, a debate over whether or not there should be some constitutional protections?” Paul asked.
“Do we want a lawless land?” he added. “Do we want a land, a government without so much restraint that at any time they can come into your house? We were very worried about that. That’s why our country was founded on principles such as the Fourth Amendment.”
“This is not a Patriot Act,” Udall said. “Patriots stand up for the Constitution. Patriots stand up for freedom and liberty that’s embodied in the Constitution. And I think true patriots, when they’re public servants, public servants stand up and do what’s right, even if it’s unpopular.”
Originally posted by Skewed
Out of curiosity, are we allowed to be present in the room when the House/Senate is in session? If we are, why not start attending these sessions on behalf of the American people and start speaking up either backing certain politicians or throwing others under the bus. If they will not listen any other way, why not just invite ourselves onto their playground.
Originally posted by 7thcavtrooper
reply to post by Skewed
"There's no fighting in the war room!" Dr Strangelove."
You probably would be asked to leave/removed before you would be noticed.