The watchdog group Right Wing Watch recently uncovered video footage of Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL) telling voters in his district that property owners should be the only ones allowed to vote.
This weekend, a far-right, anti-government group calling itself Patriots For America, plans to organize a 'huge' march on Washington, D.C. The march is supposed the be the first phase of a plan they are calling Operation American Spring.
Representative Ted Yoho (R-FL) sent out an invitation through his Facebook page for a 'Family Firearm Safety Event' that will be held in Lake City, FL on December 14th.
The reality is that the new rule requiring constitutional endorsement for legislation is a symbolic means to appease the tea party movement who voted for Republicans in the midterm election. Maybe for intellectually challenged legislators like Michelle Bachmann, the rule will satisfy her wish to take the country back to the 18th century. But she is stupid if she misses the point that the Constitution is not a clear document, but a guide for governance across the ages, and she certainly short changes the Founders by expecting the Constitution to address specific issues in the 21st century.
When you put Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann at the same rally it is only matter of time before the garbled logic and general wackiness ensues, and Sarah Palin delivered by saying the Party of No was a mistaken concept but, "what's wrong with being the Party of No." According to Sarah, Republicans aren't the Party of No, but they are the Party of No.