Coming in at over 2200 pages, votes are already starting on a budget that no one in congress has actually read.
Anyone who still thinks that voting for republicans means smaller government in Washington D.C. is either totally ignorant – or lying. The focus needs to shift completely – states, communities and individuals should reject, resist and nullify all unconstitutional acts.
Thankfully, a foundation has already been set and is growing – see our annual State of the Nullification Movement report here.
Well here it is, all 2,232 budget-busting pages. The House already started votes on it. The Senate is expected to soon. No one has read it. Congress is broken… pic.twitter.com/izvJlUEgUM
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) March 22, 2018
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