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    And this is where the thread drifts out of the realm of the purpose of this board...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rogers View Post
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    Well while some guys are wringing their hands over all this and incredibly imagining that there are drones in the sky looking for them because they own a couple of guns, I'm praying there are a couple of drones in the sky looking to unilaterally punch the citizenship tickets of Adam Gadahn and Omar Hammadi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    ... I would greatly favor a constitutional amendment to require every bill to have 1 subject. Amendments that were not amending the main subject of the bill would be out of line. This would help the government run more efficiently and allow the voters to better evaluate their reps & sens. ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    This happens way too much these days.
    And that SC Milligan ruling apparently had no influence whatsoever on too many Senators from both sides of the aisle. Yikes. It had no effect on Roosevelt and it had no effect on little Bush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzadik View Post
    this^^^^
    Yes, it would prevent a lot of mischief and horrifically bad laws from passing. 1 Subject. 1 piece of legislation. Germain amendments.

    What a fantastic idea that will never happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    ...I agree with you that there is posturing going on. I would greatly favor a constitutional amendment to require every bill to have 1 subject. Amendments that were not amending the main subject of the bill would be out of line. This would help the government run more efficiently and allow the voters to better evaluate their reps & sens. ...
    That has been the biggest *** since I learned how Govt works in Jr. High. To this day the fact that they can add on anything completely unrelated or change wording at the last minute, call for a vote at the 11th hour when nobody is present irritates me to no end.

    I would also like to see a "Make a new law, repeal an old law" requirement at both the Federal and State level.
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    I would also like to see a "Make a new law, repeal an old law" requirement at both the Federal and State level.
    Bingo!!!
    In 2010 the leadership of the OK legislature crowed about the 200 new laws they passed during that session. Never mind that 75 percent of OK laws go unenforced.
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    It's still a law here that if you drive an automobile, you must honk your horn when entering town so those on horses will know you are coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    It's still a law here that if you drive an automobile, you must honk your horn when entering town so those on horses will know you are coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticks View Post
    That has been the biggest *** since I learned how Govt works in Jr. High. To this day the fact that they can add on anything completely unrelated or change wording at the last minute, call for a vote at the 11th hour when nobody is present irritates me to no end.
    James Polk would agree with you. He vetoed the first pork bill (Maysville-Lexington road) and his words were prophetic as they have come true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    James Polk would agree with you. He vetoed the first pork bill (Maysville-Lexington road) and his words were prophetic as they have come true.
    I think we could have an interesting discussion about Mr. Polk. If threatening war with Britain (so soon after we almost got creamed in the War of 1812) and doing one with Mexico (adventurism) and letting the slavery issue fester(actually taking a pro-slavery position and pushing through tariffs beneficial to the slave states) constitute greatness, then he was a great one.

    As for pork--- it wasn't kosher then and it isn't kosher now.
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    Granted, flying is not a right, it's a privileged means of transportation. You can still drive, bus, train, or boat.
    How is flying a "privileged means of transportation". Airlines are private business's that charge a fee for a service,"transportation" as do bus,trains and ship company's, all of which come under some form of government regulation. Government denying you the right to a mode of public transportation is BS anyway you look at it. But gee we are safer .
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    Obama wanted the indefinite detention of American citizens




    It passed the Senate again last night. I'm upset that my Senator voted Yay for it. We are in some serious trouble here people. It's time to wake up to our criminal government.

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    Too bad they didn't specifically permit drone strikes on traitorous American citizens like Hammadi and Gadahn.

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