PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN ADDRESS TO THE NATION 1986 FLAG DAY – FATHER’S DAY

PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN ADDRESS TO THE NATION 1986 FLAG DAY – FATHER’S DAY

Happy Fathers Day from President Reagan 1986

My fellow Americans:

Today we celebrate Flag Day, the birthday of our Stars and Stripes. As we think back over the history of our nation’s flag, we remember that the story of its early years was often one of hardship and trials, sometimes a fight for simple survival.

Such is the story behind our Star-Spangled Banner. It was 2 years into the War of 1812, and America seemed to be teetering on the edge of defeat. The British had already taken our Capital and burned the White House. Baltimore was the next target in a grand design to divide our forces and crush this newly independent nation of upstart colonies. All that stood between the British and Baltimore were the guns of Fort McHenry, blocking their entry into Baltimore Harbor.

The British bombardment lasted for 25 hours. Through the dark hours of the night, the rockets fired and the bombs exploded. And a young American patriot named Key, held captive aboard a British ship, watched anxiously for some proof, some sign, that liberty would prevail. You can imagine his joy when the next morning, in the dawn’s early light, he looked out and saw the banner still flying—a little tattered and torn, but still flying proudly above the ramparts. Fort McHenry and the brave men manning it had withstood the assault. Baltimore was saved. The United States, this great experiment in human freedom, as George Washington described it, would endure.

Thinking back to those times, one realizes that our democracy is so strong because it was forged in the fires of adversity. In those dark days of the war, it must have been easy to give in to despair. But our forefathers were motivated by a cause beyond themselves. From the harsh winter of Valley Forge to the blazing night above Fort McHenry, those patriot soldiers were sustained by the ideals of human freedom. Through the hardships and the setbacks, they kept their eyes on that ideal and purpose, just as through the smoke of battle they kept a lookout for the flag. For with the birth of our nation, the cause of human freedom had become forever tied to that flag and its survival.

As the American Republic grew and prospered and new stars were added to the flag, the ideal of freedom grew and prospered. From the rolling hills of Kentucky to the shores of California to the Sea of Tranquility on the Moon, our pioneers carried our flag before them, a symbol of the indomitable spirit of a free people. And let us never forget that in honoring our flag, we honor the American men and women who have courageously fought and died for it over the last 200 years, patriots who set an ideal above any consideration of self. Our flag flies free today because of their sacrifice.

And I hope you all will join Nancy and me and millions of other Americans at 7 o’clock this evening, eastern daylight time, when we pause a few minutes to say the Pledge of Allegiance. Though separated by many miles, we will be together in our thoughts. These anniversaries remind us that the great American experiment in freedom and democracy has really just begun. They remind us of the terrible hardships our forefathers willingly endured for their beliefs. And they challenge us to match that greatness of spirit in our own time, and I know we will. We are, after all, the land of the free and the home of the brave.

If we ask ourselves what has held our nation together, what has given it the strength to endure and the spirit to achieve, we find the answer in our families and those basic family values of work, hope, charity, faith, and love. So, it’s appropriate that this year Father’s Day falls on the same weekend as Flag Day, for in commemorating fatherhood, we’re also expressing a basic truth about America. What does fatherhood mean today in America? I guess the same as it always has.

Fatherhood can sometimes be walking the floor at midnight with a baby that can’t sleep. More likely, fatherhood is repairing a bicycle wheel for the umpteenth time, knowing that it won’t last the afternoon. Fatherhood is guiding a youth through the wilderness of adolescence toward adulthood. Fatherhood is holding tight when all seems to be falling apart; and it’s letting go when it is time to part. Fatherhood is long hours at the blast furnace or in the fields, behind the wheel or in front of a computer screen, working a 12-hour shift or doing a 6-month tour of duty. It’s giving one’s all, from the break of day to its end, on the job, in the house, but most of all in the heart.

Now, if you are thinking, “Look who’s talking—he’s a father himself.” Well, that’s right, but on today I think we could all remember—this weekend, at least—that every father is also a son. So, on this day for fathers, we, too, say thanks to America’s dads—for the labor and legacy of our families and our freedoms.

Until next week, thanks for listening, and God bless you.

 

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PRESIDENTE RONALD REAGAN discurso a la nación 1986 FLAG DAY – DIA DEL PADRE
Compatriotas:

Hoy celebramos el Día de la Bandera, el cumpleaños de nuestras barras y estrellas. Cuando pensamos volver sobre la historia de la bandera de nuestra nación, recordamos que la historia de sus primeros años era a menudo una de las dificultades y las pruebas, a veces una lucha por la simple supervivencia.

Tal es la historia detrás de nuestra Star-Spangled Banner. Fue 2 años en la guerra de 1812, y Estados Unidos parecía estar tambaleándose al borde de la derrota. Los británicos ya había tomado nuestra capital y quemaron la Casa Blanca. Baltimore era el próximo objetivo en un gran proyecto para dividir nuestras fuerzas y aplastar esta nueva nación independiente de las colonias de advenedizos. Lo único que se interponía entre los británicos y Baltimore fueron los cañones de Fort McHenry, bloqueando su entrada en el puerto de Baltimore.

El bombardeo británico se prolongó durante 25 horas. A través de las oscuras horas de la noche, los cohetes disparados y las bombas explotaron. Y un joven patriota americano llamado Key, cautivo a bordo de un barco británico, observaba ansiosamente alguna prueba, alguna señal, que la libertad prevalecerá. Se puede imaginar su alegría cuando a la mañana siguiente, a la luz del alba, miró y vio la bandera sigue volando, un poco andrajoso y desgarrado, pero sigue volando con orgullo por encima de las murallas. Fort McHenry y los valientes hombres de dotación que había resistido el asalto. Baltimore se salvó. Los Estados Unidos, este gran experimento en la libertad humana, como George Washington lo describió, perduraría.

Pensando en aquellos tiempos, uno se da cuenta de que nuestra democracia es tan fuerte porque fue forjada en los fuegos de la adversidad. En aquellos días oscuros de la guerra, que debe haber sido fácil ceder a la desesperación. Pero nuestros antepasados ​​estaban motivados por una causa más allá de sí mismos. Desde el duro invierno de Valley Forge a la noche en llamas por encima de Fort McHenry, los soldados patriotas fueron sostenidos por los ideales de la libertad humana. A través de las dificultades y los contratiempos, guardaron sus ojos en ese ideal y propósito, así como por el humo de la batalla que mantienen un puesto de observación para la bandera. Porque con el nacimiento de nuestra nación, la causa de la libertad humana se había convertido para siempre ligado a esa bandera y su supervivencia.

A medida que la República Americana creció y prosperó y nuevas estrellas se añadieron a la bandera, el ideal de la libertad creció y prosperó. Desde las colinas de Kentucky a las costas de California hasta el Mar de la Tranquilidad en la Luna, nuestros pioneros llevaron a nuestra bandera ante ellos, un símbolo del espíritu indomable de un pueblo libre. Y no olvidemos que, en honor a nuestra bandera, honramos a los hombres y mujeres que han luchado con valentía y muerto por ella durante los últimos 200 años, patriotas que establecieron un ideal por encima de cualquier consideración de auto estadounidenses. Nuestra bandera vuela gratis hoy a causa de su sacrificio.

Y espero que todos se unan a Nancy y yo y millones de otros estadounidenses a las 7 en punto de la noche, hora de verano del este, cuando hacemos una pausa de unos minutos para decir el Juramento a la Bandera. Aunque separados por muchas millas, estaremos juntos en nuestros pensamientos. Estos aniversarios nos recuerdan que el gran experimento americano en la libertad y la democracia realmente ha hecho más que empezar. Nos recuerdan los terribles penurias nuestros antepasados ​​voluntariamente soportaron por sus creencias. Y ellos nos desafían para que coincida con la grandeza del espíritu de nuestro tiempo, y sé que lo haremos. Somos, después de todo, la tierra de los libres y el hogar de los valientes.

Si nos preguntamos qué ha ocupado nuestra nación en conjunto, lo que ha dado la fuerza para soportar y el espíritu de lograr, encontramos la respuesta en nuestras familias y los valores familiares básicos del trabajo, la esperanza, la caridad, la fe y el amor. Por lo tanto, es apropiado que este año el Día del Padre cae en el mismo fin de semana como Día de la Bandera, en conmemoración de la paternidad, también estamos expresando una verdad básica sobre América. ¿Qué significa la paternidad hoy en Estados Unidos? Supongo que lo mismo que siempre lo ha hecho.

La paternidad puede ser a veces caminando por el piso a la medianoche con un bebé que no puede dormir. Lo más probable, la paternidad es la reparación de una rueda de bicicleta, por enésima vez, sabiendo que no va a durar la tarde. La paternidad está guiando a un joven por el desierto de la adolescencia hacia la edad adulta. La paternidad es la celebración apretado cuando todo parece estar cayendo a pedazos; y es dejar ir cuando es el momento de separarnos. La paternidad es largas horas en el alto horno o en el campo, detrás de la rueda o delante de una pantalla de ordenador, trabajando un turno de 12 horas o hacer una gira de 6 meses del deber. Se está dando una es todo, desde el amanecer hasta el final, en el trabajo, en la casa, pero sobre todo en el corazón.

Ahora, si usted está pensando, “Mira quién habla, que es él mismo un padre.” Bueno, es cierto, pero a día de hoy creo que todo lo que podía recordar, este fin de semana, por lo menos, que cada padre es también un hijo. Así, en este día de padres, nosotros también decimos gracias a los papás-para el trabajo y el legado de nuestras familias y nuestras libertades de Estados Unidos.

Hasta la próxima semana, gracias por su atención, y que Dios te bendiga.

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REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP PRESS CONFERENCE – MEDICAL – TRADE – DISCUSSION

REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP PRESS CONFERENCE – MEDICAL – TRADE – DISCUSSION

Republican Leadership Press Conference
June 16, 2015

Participants:
Speaker of the House John Boehner (Republican -Ohio)
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Republican -California)
Majority Whip Steve Scalise (Republican -Louisiana)
Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Washington)
Conference Vice Chair Lynn Jenkins (Republican -Kansas)
Representative Phil Roe, M.D. (Republican -Tennessee)

Chair McMorris Rodgers, Remarks as Prepared for Delivery:

“Good morning! As we advance important legislation this week to promote American medical innovation, I want to remind you of who we are fighting for. For the parents whose son was diagnosed with Autism; for the double amputee waiting for that new prosthetic; and for the 67-year old woman who just came home with breast cancer – this work is for them. So this week we’re paving the way toward patient-centered health care reforms – reforms that put people – not Washington, D.C. bureaucrats – in the drivers’ seats of their health care decisions.

“Part of that effort is the bipartisan 21st Century Cures Initiative, which I’m proud to say will expedite the development and discovery of new treatments and cures for millions of people across this country. You know, of 7000 known diseases, we have discovered cures for only 500 of them. The work we’re doing here in Congress – to invest in research and development and advance real medical innovation right here at home – will change that. And it all starts by doing one thing: putting patients first.

“Our votes this week will extend far beyond the House floor. They’ll reach doctors’ offices and hospital rooms and homes across America. That is how we will achieve real 21st-century health care reform – and I’m proud to help champion that effort.”

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Республиканское руководство ПРЕСС-КОНФЕРЕНЦИЯ – МЕДИЦИНСКИЙ – ТОРГОВЛЯ – ОБСУЖДЕНИЕ
Республиканское руководство Пресс-конференция
16 июня 2015

Участники:
Спикер палаты представителей Джон Бонер (республиканец -Ohio)
Лидер большинства Кевин Маккарти (Республиканская -California)
Кнут Большинства Стив Скэлиз (Республиканский -Louisiana)
Председатель конференции Кэти МсМогпз Роджерс (R-Вашингтон)
Конференция заместитель председателя Линн Дженкинс (Республиканский -Kansas)
Представитель Фил Роу, доктор медицинских наук (Республиканское -Tennessee)

Председатель МсМогпз Роджерс, Заметки, подготовленный для поставки:

“Доброе утро! По мере нашего продвижения важное законодательство этой неделе содействовать американской медицинской инновации, я хочу напомнить вам о том, кто мы боремся. Для родителей, чьи сын с диагнозом аутизм; для ампутант ждет, что новый протез; и 67-летняя женщина, которая только что пришел домой с раком молочной железы – это работа для них. Так на этой неделе мы прокладывая путь к пациентом центру реформ здравоохранения – реформы, которые ставят людей – не Вашингтон, DC бюрократы – в места водителей своих решений в области здравоохранения.

“Часть этих усилий является двухпартийная 21-го века лекарства инициатива, которой я горжусь тем, позволит ускорить развитие и открытие новых методов лечения и лечения для миллионов людей по всему этой стране. Вы знаете, 7000 известных заболеваний, мы обнаружили лекарства только для 500 из них. Работа, которую мы делаем здесь, в конгрессе – инвестировать в исследования и разработки и продвижения инноваций реальная медицинская прямо здесь дома – будут менять. И все это начинается, делая одно: положить пациентов в первую очередь.

“Наши голоса за неделю будет распространяться далеко за пределы дома этаже. Они достигают кабинеты врачей и больничных палатах и ​​дома по всей Америке. То есть, как мы достигнем реального 21-го века реформы здравоохранения – и я горжусь, чтобы помочь чемпионом, что усилия “.

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RAND PAUL – THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE IS THE MOST CHERISHED OF RIGHTS

RAND PAUL – THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE IS THE MOST CHERISHED OF RIGHTS

 
  THE PRESIDING OFFICER

PAUL: MR. PRESIDENT, I ASK CONSENT TO SPEAK FOR FIVE MINUTES, THE FIVE MINUTES THAT WAS REMAINING ON THE OPPOSITION SIDE. THE PRESIDING OFFICER: IS THERE OBJECTION? NONE HEARD.

  Rand Paul M.D.

THE SENATOR FROM KENTUCKY CAN PROCEED. MR. PAUL: LET US BE VERY CLEAR WHY WE’RE HERE THIS EVENING. WE ARE HERE THIS EVENING

  THE PRESIDING OFFICER

WAS THIS IS AN IMPORTANT DEBATE. THIS IS A DEBATE OVER THE BILL OF RIGHTS. THIS IS

  Rand Paul M.D.

A DEBATE OVER THE FOURTH AMENDMENT. THIS IS A DEBATE OVER YOUR RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE. JUSTICE BRANDEIS SAID THAT THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE IS THE MOST CHERISHED OF RIGHTS. THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE IS THE MOST PRIZED TO CIVILIZED MEN. LET US BE CLEAR, WE ARE HERE TONIGHT BECAUSE THE PRESIDENT CONTINUES TO CONDUCT AN ILLEGAL PROGRAM.

THE PRESIDENT HAS BEEN REBUKED BY THE COURT, THE PRESIDENT HAS BEEN TOLD IN NO — IN EXPLICIT TERMS, THE PRESIDENT HAS BEEN TOLD THAT THE PROGRAM HE IS CONDUCTING IS ILLEGAL.

NOW, THE PRESIDENT OPINES ON — OPINES ON TELEVISION, HE SAYS ANYBODY BUT ME. BUT YOU KNOW WHAT? THE PRESIDENT STARTED THIS PROGRAM WITHOUT CONGRESSIONAL PERMISSION. EVEN THE AUTHORS OF THE PATRIOT ACT SAY THE PATRIOT ACT IN NO WAY GIVES AUTHORITY TO THE PRESIDENT TO COLLECT ALL OF YOUR PHONE RECORDS ALL OF THE TIME. IF THERE EVER WAS A GENERAL WARRANT, IF THERE EVER WAS A GENERALIZED COLLECTION OF INFORMATION FROM PEOPLE TO WHICH THERE IS NO SUSPICION, THIS IS IT.

WE ARE NOT COLLECTING THE INFORMATION OF SPIES. WE ARE NOT COLLECTING THE INFORMATION OF TERRORISTS. WE ARE COLLECTING ALL AMERICANS CITIZENS’ RECORDS ALL OF THE TIME. THIS IS WHAT WE FOUGHT THE REVOLUTION OVER. ARE WE GOING TO SO BLITHELY GIVE UP OUR FREEDOM, ARE WE GOING TO SO BLITHELY GO ALONG AND JUST SAY TAKE IT? WELL, I’M NOT GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE. I DON’T THINK THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE. 80% OF THOSE UNDER 40 SAY WE’VE GONE TOO FAR. THAT THIS WHOLE COLLECTION OF ALL OF OUR RECORDS ALL THE TIME IS TOO MUCH. THE COURT HAS SAID HOW CAN RECORDS ARE RELEVANT TO AN INVESTIGATION THAT HASN’T STARTED? THE COURT HAS SAID THAT EVEN UNDER THESE LOWER STANDARDS, EVEN UNDER THESE STANDARDS OF SAYING IT WOULD BE RELEVANT, THAT ALL OF THE STUFF THEY’RE COLLECTING IS PRECISELY IRRELEVANT. NOW, PEOPLE SAY, WELL, THEY’RE NOT LOOKING AT IT. THEY’RE NOT LISTENING TO IT.

IT’S THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT HERE. AND REALIZE THAT THEY WERE DISHONEST ABOUT THE PROGRAM UNTIL WE CAUGHT THEM. THEY KEPT SAYING OVER AND OVER AGAIN WE’RE NOT DOING THIS, WE’RE NOT COLLECTING YOUR RECORDS, AND THEY WERE. THE HEAD OF THE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY LIED TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, AND HE STILL WORKS HERE. WE SHOULD BE UPSET, WE SHOULD BE MARCHING IN THE STREETS AND SAYING HE’S GOT TO GO. WE CAN’T ALLOW THIS. WE CAN’T ALLOW THE RULE OF LAW TO BE SO TROD UPON THAT WE LIVE IN AN ARBITRARY GOVERNMENTAL WORLD WHERE THEY COLLECT ANYTHING THEY WANT, ANY TIME THEY WANT.

THIS IS THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG. THEY’RE COLLECTING RECORDS THROUGH EXECUTIVE ORDER. THEY’RE COLLECTING RECORDS THROUGH SECTION 702. PEOPLE SAY HOW WILL WE PROTECT OURSELVES WITHOUT THESE PROGRAMS? WHAT ABOUT USING THE CONSTITUTION? WHAT ABOUT USING JUDICIAL WARRANTS? THE BOSTON BOMBER, THEY SAY HOW WILL WE LOOK AT HIS PHONE RECORDS? GET A WARRANT. PUT HIS NAME ON IT. YOU CAN GET A WARRANT. THERE’S NO REASON IN THE WORLD, THE GUY HAD ALREADY BOMBED US. DO YOU THINK ANYBODY WAS GOING TO TURN DOWN A WARRANT? WE SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN A WARRANT BEFORE. GET WARRANTS ON PEOPLE WE HAVE SUSPICION ON. THE SIMPSON GUY WHO WAS SHOT IN GARLAND, HE HAD ALREADY BEEN ARRESTED.

WE HAD SUSPICION. LET’S HIRE A THOUSAND MORE F.B.I. AGENTS. LET’S HIRE PEOPLE TO DO THE INVESTIGATION AND QUIT WASTING TIME ON INNOCENT AMERICAN PEOPLE. LET’S BE VERY CLEAR WHY WE’RE HERE. PRESIDENT OBAMA SET THIS PROGRAM UP, THE PRESIDENT OBAMA WHO ONCE WAS AGAINST THE PATRIOT ACT, THE PRESIDENT OBAMA WHO SAID YOU KNOW WHAT, WE SHOULD HAVE JUDGES WRITE WARRANTS. THE PRESIDENT WHO ONCE BELIEVED IN THE FOURTH AMENDMENT IS THE PRESIDENT NOW SCOOPING UP ALL YOUR RECORDS ILLEGALLY AND THEN HE FEIGNS CONCERN AND SAYS WE NEED TO PASS THIS NEW BILL.

HE COULD STOP IT NOW. WHY WON’T SOMEONE ASK THE PRESIDENT WHY DO YOU CONTINUE? WHY WON’T YOU STOP THIS PROGRAM NOW? THE PRESIDENT HAS EVERY ABILITY TO DO IT. WE HAVE EVERY ABILITY TO MAKE OUR NATION SAFE AND I INTEND ON PROTECTING THE CONSTITUTION. THE PRESIDING OFFICER: TIME HAS EXPIRED. UNDER THE PREVIOUS ORDER, THE SENATE STANDS IN RECESS SUBJECT TO THE CALL OF

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RAND PAUL – El derecho a ser dejado solo ES EL más preciados DE DERECHOS

El Presidente
PAUL: SR. Presidente, le pido CONSENTIMIENTO PARA HABLAR DE CINCO MINUTOS, LOS CINCO MINUTOS QUE FUE restante en el lado de la oposición. El Presidente: ¿HAY OBJECIÓN? NINGUNO OÍDO.

Rand Paul M. D.
EL SENADOR DE KENTUCKY puede continuar. SR. PAUL: Seamos muy CLARO eso estamos aquí esta noche. ESTAMOS AQUÍ ESTA TARDE

El Presidente
FUE ESTE ES UN DEBATE IMPORTANTE. ESTE ES UN DEBATE SOBRE LA DECLARACIÓN DE DERECHOS. ESTO ES

Rand Paul M. D.
UN DEBATE SOBRE LA ENMIENDA DEL CUARTO. ESTE ES UN DEBATE SOBRE SU DERECHO A lo dejen solo. Juez Brandeis dice que el derecho que lo dejen solo es el más preciado DE DERECHOS. EL DERECHO A SER DEJADO SOLO ES EL más preciadas A los hombres civilizados. Seamos claros, estamos aquí esta noche porque PRESIDENTE sigue llevando a cabo un programa ilegal.

EL PRESIDENTE HA reprendido por el tribunal, EL PRESIDENTE HA DICHO EN NINGÚN – en términos explícitos, EL PRESIDENTE HA DICHO QUE EL PROGRAMA SE REALIZA ES ILEGAL.

AHORA, POR EL PRESIDENTE opina ON – opina EN TELEVISION, SE DICE ALGUIEN PERO ME. ¿Pero sabes qué? EL PRESIDENTE DE INICIO ESTE PROGRAMA SIN PERMISO DEL CONGRESO. INCLUSO LOS AUTORES DEL PATRIOT ACT DICEN LA LEY PATRIOTA DE NINGUNA MANERA LE DA PODER AL PRESIDENTE PARA RECOGER TODOS SUS REGISTROS DE TELÉFONO TODO EL TIEMPO. Si alguna vez hubo UNA ORDEN GENERAL, si alguna vez hubo UNA COLECCIÓN GENERALIZADO DE INFORMACIÓN DE PERSONAS A LAS QUE NO HAY SOSPECHA, THIS IS IT.

NO ESTAMOS recoger la información de los espías. NO ESTAMOS recoger la información de los terroristas. Estamos recolectando REGISTROS todos los estadounidenses CIUDADANOS TODO EL TIEMPO. ESTO ES LO QUE luchó LA REVOLUCIÓN MÁS. VAMOS A DAR tan alegremente a nuestra libertad, VAMOS A IR A LO LARGO tan alegremente y decir tomarlo? Bueno, yo no voy a soportarlo más. Yo no creo que el pueblo estadounidense va a tomarlo más. 80% de los menores de 40 decir que hemos ido demasiado lejos. QUE ESTA COLECCIÓN ENTERA DE TODOS NUESTROS REGISTROS TODO EL TIEMPO ES DEMASIADO. EL TRIBUNAL HA DICHO CÓMO PUEDE REGISTROS son relevantes para una investigación que no ha comenzado? EL TRIBUNAL HA DICHO QUE AUN BAJO ESTAS NORMAS INFERIORES, AUN BAJO ESTAS NORMAS DE diciendo que sería PERTINENTE, QUE TODA LA MATERIA QUE estamos recogiendo es precisamente irrelevante. Ahora, la gente dice, bueno, no son mirarlo. No están escuchándolo.

¡ES LA PUNTA DEL ICEBERG QUÉ ESTAMOS HABLANDO AQUÍ. Y darse cuenta de que eran deshonesto sobre el programa hasta que cogimos ELLOS. Seguían diciendo UNA Y OTRA VEZ No estamos haciendo esto, no está recogiendo SUS ARCHIVOS, Y ELLOS ERAN. EL JEFE DE LA AGENCIA DE INTELIGENCIA mintió al pueblo estadounidense, y todavía trabaja aquí. DEBEMOS estar molesto, deberíamos estar marchando en las calles y diciendo que se tiene que ir. NO PODEMOS PERMITIR QUE ESTE. NO PODEMOS PERMITIR QUE EL ESTADO DE DERECHO A SER TAN pisado QUE VIVIMOS EN UN MUNDO DONDE ARBITRARIA GUBERNAMENTALES Recogen lo que quieran, cuando quieran.

Esta es la punta del iceberg. ESTÁN coleccionar discos mediante la Orden Ejecutiva. ESTÁN coleccionar discos en la sección 702. LA GENTE DICE CÓMO nos protegeremos SIN ESTOS PROGRAMAS? ¿QUÉ PASA CON USO DE LA CONSTITUCIÓN? ¿QUÉ PASA CON EL USO orden judicial? EL BOMBARDERO BOSTON, DICEN ¿Cómo vamos a mirar a sus registros telefónicos? Conseguir una orden. PONER SU NOMBRE EN ELLA. USTED PUEDE OBTENER UNA ORDEN. NO HAY RAZÓN EN EL MUNDO, el tipo tenía ya nos bombardearon. ¿CREES QUE NADIE SE VA A DAR VUELTA ABAJO UNA ORDEN? Deberíamos haber conseguido UNA ORDEN ANTES. OBTENER warrants sobre PERSONAS TENEMOS SOSPECHA EN. EL INDIVIDUO SIMPSON que recibió un disparo en Garland, ya había sido detenido.

TENÍAMOS SOSPECHA. LET’S contratar a mil más F.B.I. AGENTES. LET’S contratar a personas HACER LA INVESTIGACIÓN Y SALIR PERDER TIEMPO EN PERSONAS INOCENTES DE AMÉRICA. SEAMOS MUY CLARO por qué estamos aquí. PRESIDENTE OBAMA SET UP ESTE PROGRAMA, EL PRESIDENTE OBAMA QUE UNA VEZ FUE CONTRA LA PATRIOT ACT, EL PRESIDENTE OBAMA QUE DIJO USTED SABE LO QUE, QUE DEBEMOS TENER JUECES ESCRIBA GARANTIZA. EL PRESIDENTE QUE UNA VEZ QUE CREYERON EN LA CUARTA ENMIENDA ES EL PRESIDENTE YA recogiendo TODAS SUS REGISTROS ILEGALMENTE Y entonces él finge PREOCUPACIÓN Y DICE QUE NECESITAMOS PARA PASAR ESTA NUEVA LEY.

Él podía detenerlo ahora. ¿POR QUÉ NO ALGUIEN PIDE AL PRESIDENTE POR QUÉ USTED SIGUE? ¿Por qué no dejas de este programa ahora? EL PRESIDENTE TIENE CADA HABILIDAD PARA HACERLO. TENEMOS TODA LA CAPACIDAD PARA HACER NUESTRA NACIÓN SEGURA Y tengo la intención de PROTEGER LA CONSTITUCIÓN. EL Presidente: TIEMPO HA VENCIDO. BAJO LA ORDEN ANTERIOR, EL SENADO SE COLOCA EN MATERIA RECESO PARA LA CONVOCATORIA DE

 

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Getting to know Rand Paul – Abortion – Government Dependency Flat Tax

Getting to know Rand Paul – Abortion – Government Dependency Flat Tax

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you know to a individualism in 02
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we grow up in a family and even at my family as a teenager I want it I can
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remember calculating how old I would be in the year two thousand how to be
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completely independent how to make your own decisions
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stay up as late as I want to eat what I want go or I want earn my own money
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I think we all have a little bit of that inside of us maybe some to one degree or
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more arm
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but then there’s also the nurture argument in the sense that you know I’ve
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read most the free-market economists I am A
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you know a student of history and
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what I see is that to I really like to see a government it truly is limited
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you know and and know that our freedom is much more expansive
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okay so let’s spend a moment considering what’s gone wrong William vocally wrote
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a book
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never enough on the expansion of the welfare state
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and he made his very striking point
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that from 1942 2007
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welfare spending grew at an average annual rate of just over four percent
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this as well incomes growing about 2.4 percent
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the point is that for almost seven decades
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year in and year out under presidents of both parties under congress’ a both
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parties
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the federal welfare leviathan has continued to grow and grow and grow
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ronald reagan held back the growth in spending but even he wasn’t able to
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cud why what’s the political dynamic even welfare reform affected maybe four
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programs at a
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7 near eighty program so was incomplete enough I put it more personal terms and
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I think this is something that can appeal to people across both %uh parties
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and independents as well as that
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if you look like me and you hop out of your truck we ought to be working
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and I think most people believe that we’re now registering though more people
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as disabled then we are employing people
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and that’s a real problems it’s a gradual problem Republicans and
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Democrats have been complicit in this
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but it’s growing growing growing in people worried that
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such a great deal dependency you or ultimately drag us down as a country
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and that’s where the burden of debt comes and I think there really is a
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burden
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but our message is a more difficult one we need to explain to those who are
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working class in trying to get ahead
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that is burden a big government at all this stuff the government’s offering you
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really has unintended consequences are dragging the economy down
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dragging job creation down alright in March you introduced a budget
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that would have eliminated the federal deficit in five years
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you voted against the budget the house and over
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the Paul Ryan put together because although even as you were voting against
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Paul Ryan’s
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budget the press was attacking it as to to dramatic shoes were gonna mazing yeah
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right ever that would’ve reduce the federal deficit over 10 years and Rand
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Paul said not fast enough
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I think we’re dragging a lot of the party in the right direction
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ryan’s first budget was gonna bounce in 28 years nice come up to 10 years
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you know they’re a little bit unrealistic things are going to get rid
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of Obamacare spending but he left in the Obamacare taxes
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so we really think that we need to change in time for a much more dramatic
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change than some other gradual is in our party
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I think we are just have a flat income tax seventeen percent person all 17
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percent corporate
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very few deductions you have a lot less revenue
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this would not be revenue-neutral but I think you’d see an explosion in the
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economy as you left
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all that money into the economy you center here’s the first instance if a
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question that comes up
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again and again and again listening to you reading your speeches
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what makes him think he’s different and here’s the version it
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is the instance right now republicans have been pushing for a flat tax
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since at least 1996 when steve forbes ran for president he didn’t win
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if you the one we well and I now so we need to win so that’s the point what
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makes you think you’re different what makes
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do you see it I’ll put it crudely because this is a question that’s in the
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air about you is Rand Paul just trying to make a point
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and so so be it let me make a point there’s nothing wrong with it it’s a
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valid point
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or does he see a political opportunity can he actually get things done
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but see I don’t think anybody can sit here and say well I’m different I’m
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gonna be the one on the one st
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that’s a little bit presumptuous however I would say that there is a route to
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victory for Republicans nationally
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without diluting our message being for something passionately
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but I think it takes a twist this slightly different you’re from out in
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california
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California we say bluish it’s a blue sky your
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to bring it back red you have to attract people different than the standard
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cookie-cutter republicans been
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so I am offering some things different in the libertarian twister that
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I think has appealed to both ethnic minorities as well as the youth
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as well as independents it’s really a message the gets beyond are just are
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hard-core
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republican was not an aesthetical 21 hardcore republican stand for
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but it is enough for the two est that I think it has a chance to resonate in
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areas where we have not done very well
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alright getting to know Rand Paul I’m just
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briefly go through a few other issues that people get a chance to know where
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you stand Obamacare
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this fall against I
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k done without I but where does it stand this fall
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this thing gets rolled out in a way that finally effects provisions here and
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there have been taking effect this fall
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it’ll affect the way millions of americans purchase their health
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insurance Park room in the new york times as the big surprise will be how
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well it works
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know how badly how well this will not be the first time I’ve disagreed with all
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I what I would say is we fought many different times
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but I’m not giving up the fight we fought and lost original in congress we
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fought again in the presidential Ken
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campaign loss we fought Supreme Court lost narrowly
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and I think was still wrongly decided but
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it we’re gonna have one more fight when the bills come due
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initially the federal government’s gonna pay for it because that’s free
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we know we’ve heard we have a printing press appears that really doesn’t cost
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anything
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but then ultimately the bills are gonna be directed back to state government
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and what they’ll find is is it when you offer people a free credit card
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to go get health care that they love it and to use it all the time
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but then it costs so much there’s not enough money so the net come back and
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they have to tell you oh no you can’t go unless you get
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someone’s got to screen you they’re going to ration how often you go to the
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doctor
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and then they’ll come to the position and say while we were paying you twenty
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dollars a visit
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but there’s too many people coming to see you so we have to pay you ten
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dollars a visit
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so they will have to reduce the expenditures what they pay hospitals
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what they pay doctors
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and they were all set to limit access which is another word is rationing
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and the state governments despite all of this will still face bankruptcy
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not just the states like your state like california illinois they’re in trouble
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states that are relatively sound are going to face problems with medicaid is
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already a driving force
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towards insolvency the state levels I think this will be one more big fight on
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Obamacare
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misguided state legislative level and when
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this year as the girls I as a bills come due in there I think the state
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the switching over to the state is 2014 but so that maybe 2014 2015
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by for sure but in time for the presidential too I think so I think
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it’ll still be a hot topic in 2016
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drugs the economist magazine senator paul has called for the scrapping have
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mandatory minimum sentences
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for nonviolent drug offenders but would not legalize drugs
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I’m what what i think is is that if your kid
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or arm you know one of his friends goes out and gets caught with marijuana
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sticking them in prisons are big mistake so I don’t really believe in prayer
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prison sentences for these minor nonviolent drug offenses
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but I’m not willing to go all the way to saying it’s a good idea either I think
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people use marijuana all the time lose IQ points I think they lose their drive
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to show up for work
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%uh States gonna make the decision I think ultimately to legalize of
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I am I am for letting states make that decision but I’m not in favor out
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and I want to make sure people know that I’m not encouraging young kids to do
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this
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by also don’t wanna see young kids to make mistakes be put in prison with hard
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prisoners and I think
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I think he when you talk to evangelical Christians and conserve social
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conservatives
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you ask them that question would you rather see your your teenager in your
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church get counseling
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or incarceration almost there but I’ll answer counseling but when California
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loosens as laws
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and comes into conflict with federal laws you side with California not the
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fed’s
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yes alright social issues were sent around Paul court I am 100 percent
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pro-life I believe abortion is taking the life
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have an innocent human being close call senator where I come from out Northern
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California when somebody says he’s a libertarian
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ninety-eight percent of the time he saying is a libertarian about that
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my pro-choice keep the government out of the bedroom right
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and so this is an unusual position in my experience for libertarian to take how
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do you square that one up
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what I would say is that there is a primary in fundamental role for
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government
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and the primary fundamental role for government is to stop aggression on one
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individual against another individual
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so the question comes down to when do you think someone’s an individual
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when do you think life begins and then I think you get more to the heart of the
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matter is
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the real debate is when does life begin and i think is you have that discussion
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it becomes
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I difficult I think to be flippant about it for example
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you know I’m an ophthalmologist but I examine babies in the neonatal nursery
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that can fit in the palm of my hand one-pound babies that are alive
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I look in their eyes to check against a disease that can cause blindness that
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can be treated now
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but lets a week before they were you know ins inside the mother but
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but they just didn’t they don’t exist they’re not a life at that point
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and so increasingly later on in just a shame people are somewhat horrified I
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mean people for abide by this doctor Gosnell that was snapping the spinal
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cords %uh them
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they’re horrified by people you know crushing this goal to get the baby out
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you know alive baby injecting things into in the Killam
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so I think many people towards the end like oh gosh yes not that much different
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than the nursery how can I be that this is
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just a woman’s body in it that there isn’t another individual there
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but it’s a tough debate and I think the republican party when I say
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um that I wanna be a libertarian Republican it is also that will have
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disagreements like this within the party in there will be people
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if we leave the decisions more local to their jurisdiction I think we can have a
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moreover diversity of opinion within the party within the country overturn roe
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versus wade and send it back to the states
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yeah I think no states would be a better better after this gay marriage Senator
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Rand Paul
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what I believe in the historical definition of marriage that being said
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I’m not for limiting contracts between adults close quote
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that sounds like me that’s it’s you I there’s a reason sounds like yeah
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and I think that that’s the same issue you know and I think some people get
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confused I stand with the founding fathers on this
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%um Jefferson Franklin nobody ever talked about them in marriage
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marriage was always a state issue in their day and that’s the way it was
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written within right a lot of things like that into the Federal Constitution
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in fact not only issues like that we don’t really involve crime issues have
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crime were all state issues they they didn’t I conceive other about four
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different things that were federal crime under the Constitution
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and nobody really conceived have all these things now anything anytime
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there’s
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a terrible tragedy it’s gonna be a federal law instead havel
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want to go to state legislature cuz thats may be more appropriately where
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this should be handled