TPMtv: Rep. Don Young’s Plot Against the Constitution (video)

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August 15, 2007
From:  Veracifier

There’s been a system in place for some 200 years of how a bill passes through congress to become a law. It’s a standard enough process that Schoolhouse Rock was able to sum it all up in a 3 minute cartoon in 1975. But no matter for Rep. Don Young (R-AK). When it comes to legislation, he makes his own rules.

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  2. Namiste,

    HAHAHHA I remember school house rock cartoon hahahaha… Cool.

    Wow I sure hope that they all get bitten. I don’t think he has to much bite left in him really!!!

    What a scam and a bunch of crooks,

    Oh our great Congress and Senate of the US defenders of the Constitution…Where have you been? OH yeah off on a month long Vacation!!!

    Due to our Majority led Congress who decided right before they left on vacation to sign away our bill of rights and the US Constitution which they swore to uphold we no longer have the rights we used to have. We no longer have the checks and balances to the fear of propaganda of the evil terrorist regime. Yes we can Trust our Congress and we can also trust Roberto Gonzalez with our freedom of speech and the head of the CIA they make good judgments I am sure as a court or judge might make in any civil matter or might that be considered under national security? I feel so violated!!!!

    Sorry we no longer have our civil liberties as they were given away recently,

    Vote for Kucinich is the only one who has a plan to end WTO and NAFTA and ending the war, universal health care for everyone!!!

    No More Nukes, No More Nukes, No More Nukes, No More Nukes, No More Nukes, No More Nukes,

    Namiste and peace,


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