Friday, November 16, 2012

32 Questions That All Americans Must Answer

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Ron Paul, in his historic farewell speech to Congress this week, asked 32 thought-provoking questions addressed to his fellow Americans.

It's very clear upon examination of these questions that something is very wrong with our government.  Below are his questions:

  1. Why are sick people who use medical marijuana put in prison?
  2. Why does the federal government restrict the drinking of raw milk?
  3. Why can’t Americans manufacturer rope and other products from hemp?
  4. Why are Americans not allowed to use gold and silver as legal tender as mandated by the Constitution?
  5. Why is Germany concerned enough to consider repatriating their gold held by the FED for her in New York? Is it that the trust in the U.S. and dollar supremacy beginning to wane?
  6. Why do our political leaders believe it’s unnecessary to thoroughly audit our own gold?
  7. Why can’t Americans decide which type of light bulbs they can buy?
  8. Why is the TSA permitted to abuse the rights of any American traveling by air?
  9. Why should there be mandatory sentences – even up to life for crimes without victims – as our drug laws require?
  10. Why have we allowed the federal government to regulate commodes in our homes?
  11. Why is it political suicide for anyone to criticize AIPAC ?
  12. Why haven’t we given up on the drug war since it’s an obvious failure and violates the people’s rights? Has nobody noticed that the authorities can’t even keep drugs out of the prisons? How can making our entire society a prison solve the problem?
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Mr. Shife said...

Ron Paul makes a lot of sense.

Bob said...

Making sense is not the goal of most politicans... It's making money.

texlahoma said...

Mr. Shife - I think so too. It's too bad the Republicans screwed him out of the nomination. I think in a Obama vs Paul election, Paul would have won by a landslide. They got greedy, wanted someone they could control in the WH but wound up loosing. I guess they got what they deserved, but we didn't.

Bob - Sad but true, he may have me fooled, but I don't think he's like most politicians. He knew how to play the game and brought lots of money to his district, but that's what he's suppose to do.

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