I Never Expected Rand Paul to Quote This Guy on Drones

I Never Expected Rand Paul to Quote This Guy on Drones

30 minutes. That doesn’t seem very long. It’s only a droplet of time compared to Rand Paul’s epic 13-hour filibuster, but that’s all he had Wednesday to defend the Bill of Rights. Most of us just watch a T.V. show for 30 minutes.

You may not be standing up like Rand Paul on the Senate floor fighting against a judge who has a twisted definition of what “due process” means, but you can pay attention. I’ll even make it entertaining.

Rand Paul has some great one-liners of his own but this time he borrowed a few from Stephen Colbert during his filibuster of David Barron. And, boy, does it hit the nail on the head!

If you think drones are no big deal, think again. This is how “due process” really fits within Obama’s current drone policy, courtesy of Colbert:

“Trial by jury, trial by fire, rock, paper, scissors, who cares? Due process just means that there is a process that you do,” said Colbert. “The current process is apparently, first, the president meets with his advisers and decides who he can kill. Then he kills them.”

We appear to be missing a few steps. Maybe it’s just me.

Are you ready for the death of the Constitution? Because I’m not. Neither is Rand Paul. Make some noise below, on Facebook or Twitter so I know there are still good Americans out there who believe in the Constitution!

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