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(The Hill)   Strict constitutionalist, Rep. Justin Amash (R-ON PAUL 2.0), is one of only two votes against reauthorizing National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Well, at least he is consistent   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, national center for missing, Justin Amash, Organization of American States, missing children, reauthorization, sex trafficking, roll call vote  
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2013-09-18 09:12:37 AM  
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Im_Gumby: doczoidberg: Yes, but he was also against bombing Syria and against prosecuting Edward Snowden.

Amash ain't ALL bad.

Nobody ever is, but to take a stand against kidnapped kids? WTH?!?

That's because he is a mainstream Republican, and All Republicans stop caring about human life once the human in question is born. Which means they  never care about human life.
d23 [BareFark]
2013-09-18 08:50:44 AM  
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Does he believe in corporate rights?  If so, not a strict constitutionalist.  There is actually no such thing right now.
2013-09-18 08:47:39 AM  
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The Bill of Rights wasn't in the Constitution originally. How does he feel about it being tinkered with?
2013-09-18 08:35:55 AM  
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Strict constitutionalist State's Rights Christian Conservative Republican
2013-09-18 08:10:42 AM  
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ron paul isn't in the constitution
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