While one stood up for us, others turned tail and ran

While Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., had the courage to stand up and insist on an answer from our imperious golfer-in-chief about his ability to legally murder Americans in this country without due process, Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain were having dinner with and sucking up to said individual, and then had the unmitigated gall to criticize Paul.


They took an oath to preserve, protect and defend our Constitution. This would seem to include protecting our constitutional rights against being murdered by the government; having our borders inundated by illegal aliens; being able to protest government actions and travel freely without being molested; and being able to possess firearms without being registered so our arms can be confiscated at their whim.

The president also took this oath, but anyone with an awareness of what the Constitution says can see his disdain for our founding document.

Unfortunately, our educational system has been dumbed down to the point where most younger Americans do not even realize they are being led into bondage by this man and his willing accomplices in our government and in the liberal mainstream media.

Some senators have been in Washington, D.C., too long, and obviously consider themselves to be among the elites who do not have to conform to the rules that bind the rest of us. They are probably planning to ratify the United Nations treaties that subjugate us to that body.

They should be so ashamed of their actions that they should step down and leave Washington with their forked tails between their legs!

N.D. Boettcher




Wed, 01/17/2018 - 22:48

Letter: Of sideshows and presidents

Wed, 01/17/2018 - 22:48

Letter: Enlist in this fight