What Tom Udall Says:
“To make this country great we should keep building and adapting for the future …”
What Tom Udall Does:
- Ignores the basic tenants of the Constitution that protects individuals from government, respects private property and privacy and allows individuals to keep the fruits of their own work and efforts.
- Believes in an unchecked Executive Branch when his party is in power, but checking the Executive Branch when the opposition party is in power.
- Strangely silent when scandals involving his party erupt (Fast and Furious, Bengazi, IRS targeting of conservative political groups).
- Seeks to change rules when they don’t benefit his party in Congress.
- Seeks to restrict American’s ability to donate money to candidates of their choice when it is to candidates who don’t agree with his ideology.
- Votes for Supreme Court justices who don’t value the Constitution and interpret it liberally.
- Involves the Federal government, which was given a limited role by the Constitution, to intrude into all aspects of American’s lives. The Federal government is now involved in the air we breath, the water we drink, the way we raise and educate our children, how we spend our money, how we get healthcare, what we can say and not say. It confiscates wealth and redistributes, runs up an unchecked national debt that enslaves the next generation, and constricts citizens from starting businesses that employ people.
- Promotes a collectivist ideology characteristic of a Socialist/Marxist country (Europe).
- Believes the Constitution looks good in a museum but is not to be taken seriously because it gets in the way of a progressive enlightened government that.
- provides to those in need from those who have.
- Disregards the rights of states, as outlined in the Constitution, for a Federal government that is over-arching, over-controlling, over zealous in its belief that what we need is a national policy for every problem men face under the sun.