6 comments

  1. Icarus says:

    Spacey,

    We all know that Mohamed Al-Fayed is the real killer, and he’s just framing Camilla Parker-Bowles to get back at the Royal Family for setting up the car crash that killed his son.

    (Perhaps this is now an open thread for Ron Paul supporters to discuss their favorite conspiracy theories?)

  2. Paul Shuford says:

    Like finding where in the U.S. Constitution our government is authorized to enact programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and the Prescription Drug Benefit?

  3. Carpe Forem says:

    Paul
    You do it by making up rights you are not born with and then delegate them to the federal government.
    Try robbing your neighbor and telling the judge it is for a good cause. But , it’s OK if the government does it. Makes no sense to me.
    What makes sense is that people should realize the Constitution doesn’t give us our rights, we’re born with them. The Constitution gives the government its rights. Or better, it states the rights the people have delegated to the government. You can’t delegate something you don’t have. Now that makes sense.
    Therefore, to answer your question. Nowhere.

  4. Paul Shuford says:

    Make’s no sense to me either. But I was mainly responding to Icarus’ “Perhaps this is now an open thread for Ron Paul supporters to discuss their favorite conspiracy theories?” jibe. Marginalizing the one candidate that’s willing to actually take on these issues by portraying his supporters as “conspiracy theory nuts” and the like shows how really, incredibly corrupt the other Presidential candidates truly are.

  5. Icarus says:

    I don’t do much talk radio.

    Prefer XM, ether Ethel, Lucy, Flight 26, or the audio feed of FoxNews or CNBC.

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