Ron Paul for President

The congressman from Texas will never be elected, of course, not if he keeps proposing laws that limit the power of government:

First, Congressman Paul’s amendment to the Science, Commerce, Justice and State Appropriations bill forbidding taxpayer money from being used to support the UN’s scheme to impose a “global” tax on the American people passed the House by voice vote.

Then an amendment offered by, among others, Congressman Bernie Sanders and Congressman Paul restoring the fourth amendment requirement that the government show probable cause and obtain a warrant from an independent judge before using taxpayer funds to search library records passed the House.

We still need to watch Henry Hyde’s proposed United Nations “reform” bill, which Congressman Paul describes as a thinly-veiled attempt to turn the U.N. into an enforcement mechanism for the foreign policy of the neocons.

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