Freedom Watch: ‘Tea Party Summit’ With The Judge

I am so glad to see more libertarians on the screen these days, and am thrilled to post Judge Napolitano’s initial FreedomWatch show on a major cable news station.

The Judge definitely has the right focus for today’s initial show where he asks the question of whether social conservatives like Sarah Palin can find common ground with strict Constitutionalists like Dr. Rand Paul and Dr. Ron Paul, and how this will effect the November elections.

Please feel free to allow Ed Rendell’s lies about tea party attendance roll right off your back like water off a duck.  He is just doing his masters’ bidding and attempting to influence people’s thinking that the tea party movement is just a small, fringe element that can’t do any harm.  Let them; the quiet time is now, they will hear the roar in November.

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Dr. Rand Paul’s Candidacy Is The Bullseye

The liberal left, tool of the progressive globalists, has found their “one size fits all” attack; the race card. For over a year, tea party patriots have had the ‘honor’ of being called racists at every turn, and with Dr. Paul’s win Tuesday night, his candidacy is the bullseye because of his Constitutional stance and his Tea Party backing.  Dr. Rand Paul is now the poster child for the Tea Party Movement as Scott Brown only could hope for in his dreams.

Before you get all bent out of shape, remember what the federal government has actually been charged with doing, and how far off the reservation the administrations of the past 120 years have gone.  Dr. Paul isn’t a racist, the left just wants to paint the Tea Parties in that light in hopes of stopping the electoral bleeding to come.

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Judge Napolitano: Tyranny, 230 Years Later

The judge interviews Dr. Rand Paul, Betsy McCoy, and Charlie Gasparino on the un-Constitutional Healthcare Reform ‘law’, the ‘red crayon’ math used to sell this law, and the rationing that will ensue.

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