Utah Representative Mike Lee and Judge Napolitano discuss the gross inconsistencies in Obama’s words and actions, as well as the possibility of Obama engaging in the Libyan war as a snubbing of the nose to Congress – like they were “potted plants.”


A quite entertaining look at Obama’s conflicting stances with regard to this latest Libyan conflict.

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International military operation has begun in Libya, as a result of a UN Security Council Resolution authorizing a no fly zone, and other necessary measures. Some lawmakers are questioning how Obama could make this decision, without approval. Congressman Dennis Kucinich says Obama’s unconstitutional move would appear on its face to be an impeachable offense. He explains why he thinks the Constitution has been violated.

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Obama has consistently undermined his own promises, the constitution, our dollar, but most of all, our security. His every move has become ever more threatening to the American people, and it’s time the people take a stand for their liberty.

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Ron Paul 2012 Petition

Never before has America needed a visionary of your courage more than now. The next election will be the most crucial one in our history, and you are at the right place and at the right time not only to educate Americans about the principles of personal liberty, sound money, free markets and a sensible pro-America foreign policy, but also to continue the Revolution and lead us to victory.

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http://www.cnbc.com/id/41969508/Welfare_State_Handouts_Make_Up_One_Third_of_U_S_Wages


Government payouts—including Social Security, Medicare and unemployment insurance—make up more than a third of total wages and salaries of the U.S. population, a record figure that will only increase if action isn’t taken before the majority of Baby Boomers enter retirement. Read more…

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Rand Paul’s Key Points

  • Rand points out the contradiction between the Administration’s Pro Choice position on abortion and their “anti-choice” position on consumer items.
  • Our choices are restricted on light bulbs, refrigerators, toilets, etc., and result in higher prices caused by laws and restrictions passed by the Department of Energy purporting to know what’s best for you and me.
  • Rand blames the Department for his malfunctioning toilet which is the result of them dictating what we can and cannot install in our homes, restricting our choices, and thus engaging in hypocrisy.
  • Rand is insulted by the Department refusing to allow us the choice of what we install in our homes.
  • Jobs are shipped overseas because of laws governing what can and cannot be produced domestically.
  • Rand believes in energy conservation, however we should be given the choice to conserve, as opposed to fines, threats of jail, and threats of being put out of business.
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Ron Paul and Peter DeFazio Key Points

  • Rand Paul clip argues that even eliminating all non-military spending will not balance the budget. We need to make cuts in military spending if we’re serious.
  • Ron Paul differentiates between “defense” spending and “military” spending. The two are not synonymous – in fact our military spending is likely threatening our defense.
  • Peter DeFazio questions why we are still in Europe 60-70 years after World War II?
  • Ron Paul points out we are still building infrastructure in Afghanistan, and Peter DeFazio agrees that we need to spend our money in building local infrastructure, not foreign infrastructure.
  • While rhetoric varies slightly, foreign policy does not, and Obama’s Foreign Policy is coming very close to mirroring that of George Bush.
  • We have a “bipartisan mess,” with too much bipartisanship working in the wrong direction.
  • Peter DeFazio reiterates the vast difference between military spending and waste, and defending the real interests of the American people.

Ron Paul’s Key Points

  • Who will lend us the money to invade another country? China?
  • Senator John McCain supports a no fly zone – that would constitute war. What if foreigners controlled our airspace?
  • As Hilary Clinton stated, we don’t even know who the good guys are yet.
  • The US does not need to be involved in foreign affairs to protect our oil interests. Countries like Saudi Arabia have become dependent on our consumption, and therefore need the US as a customer regardless of our foreign protection.
  • David Andolfatto has called Ron Paul a “pinhead” for his “attacks” on the Fed. This demonstrates that those opposed to Ron Paul’s position have lost the intellectual argument. Robert Wenzel has responded in defense of Ron Paul.
  • The government shutdown is unlikely – it’s simply a game of who is to blame. There will be no major cuts – the cuts being discussed are so token that their effects would be inconsequential.
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Welcome to Vote 4 Reason

On March 8, 2011, in General

This site was created with the goal of putting a modern face on a very old philosophy – the philosophy of Man’s rights, of reason, of logic, of the principles that the United States was founded upon.  The recent and current presidential offices have caused a wave of people who are seeking answers in an attempt to discover or rediscover what it means to be Man and what it means for man to be free.  The Constitution has become so obscured by the policies of our recent government, our only hope to reclaim the individual rights that are inherently ours is to spread the truth.  I hope, with your help, we can begin this transformational process.

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