October 29, 2010

Bob Barr, liberal moonbat for Russ Feingold

From one consistent reader of the Constitution to another:
What I look for in Washington are folks in the Senate and the House who put the Constitution first. Not the "R" or the "D", not partisan politics but the Constitution. And what you have in Russ Feingold, and I have worked closely with him over a number of years to try to rein in the Patriot Act, to try to rein in the government surveillance and so forth — this is a man who understands the Constitution, who supports and fights sometimes against his own party to defend the Constitution in the Congress of the United States in ways that are much more consistent and much more proactive than a lot of Republicans.
Earlier: Bob Barr, liberal moonbat

I will say, y'know, prior to doing this, I've sat down and read the Constitution probably, thoroughly, three ... probably about five or six times. It is not an easy document to read. It is not, unless you study it in detail, it's hard to study. — Ron Johnson
See also: Ron Johnson's Second Amendment fantasies

1 comment:

gnarlytrombone said...

When he gets to the DC suburbs, perhaps he'll attend the Creation Museum of con law classes.