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Andrew Napolitano - A Power Without Limits



March 30, 2011 – Comments (5)

Plus I found this which fits in perfectly with the first video and had to share:

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#1) On March 30, 2011 at 11:49 AM, kdakota630 (29.01) wrote:

Another good one:

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#2) On March 30, 2011 at 12:12 PM, mtf00l (46.44) wrote:

I'm sure your room is being prepared at Gitmo as we type... =D

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#3) On March 30, 2011 at 1:37 PM, smartmuffin (< 20) wrote:

I've been watching his show fairly regularly as of late.  He's a little over the top and crazy-sounding at times.  But more often than that, he sounds like the only sane man in an insane world.  For those who don't watch, every show opens with him stating his three basic principles:

 1.  That government is best which governs least

2.  The people are entitled to a government that stays within the confines of the Constitution

3.  The Constitution was written to keep the government off the people's backs.

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#4) On March 30, 2011 at 3:32 PM, Starfirenv (< 20) wrote:

+1.  You know, according to #DoD^, anyone who exercises their right to peaceful assembly is now considered a "Domestic Terrorist" and maybe they should be incerated for life also. Seen this?  --

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#5) On March 30, 2011 at 10:15 PM, rfaramir (28.60) wrote:

Napolitano for President! (though he probably wouldn't take the job)

In the second video, you feel like calling the cops on the trespassers and destroyers of private property. Until the cops are called by the perpetrators and it turns out they are on the same side! Oh, no! What can we do? Nothing. The raw power of the State at work.

Stop asking the State to do things for you. Everything you ask has to be backed up with lethal force when it comes right down to it. That makes every statist who says, "there ought to be a law...!" as evil a person as the one who hires a hitman.

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