“Mr. Dent, as a 20-year career politician, you have sworn an oath to protect the U.S. Constitution multiple times. This document with its 9th and 10th amendments greatly limits the powers of the federal government. I believe you have broken your oath innumerable times, but in the spirit of debate, can you please explain where in the Constitution you have the right to free taxpayer-paid healthcare and pension benefits but the rest of your constituents do not, where in the Constitution do you have the power to authorize funding for undeclared and unconstitutional warfare, where in the Constitution do you have the power to bailout private corporations with taxpayer funds, and where in the Constitution do you have the power to violate the 4th Amendment by authorizing federal agents to commit warrant-less wiretaps, secret searches and nude body-scans of residents under the PATRIOT Act and other legislation you support?”

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