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    Thumbs down Justin Amash voted to sanction North Korea today too

    In addition to voting for Obamacare Lite he also voted to sanction North Korea today.

    What the hell is wrong with this guy lately?



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    I disagree with this vote, agree with the other one.

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    There was only one vote against this in the entire House. This is an Israel lobby priority, and everyone in the Congress knows it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    "Massie Nay"

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    There was only one vote against this in the entire House.
    There was a time when I couldn't quite decide whether I liked Justin Amash more than Thomas Massie or vice versa.

    I don't have that problem any more ...


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    Sanctions are an act of war. N. Korea has not attacked us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    There was only one vote against this in the entire House.
    Massie is da Man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Sanctions are an act of war. N. Korea has not attacked us.
    Actually only if the government that is being sanctioned considers the sanctions an act of war. If they don't then it doesn't matter.


    That being said, the US government has no business at all whatsoever sanctioning a foreign government in this manner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    Actually only if the government that is being sanctioned considers the sanctions an act of war. If they don't then it doesn't matter.
    LOL. Yeah I suppose if Haiti put aggressive sanctions on the U.S., the U.S. would not necessarily consider it an act of war. On the other hand, what if we asked Iraqi civilians in the 1990's if U.S. sanctions were tantamount to war?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
    "Massie Nay"



    There was a time when I couldn't quite decide whether I liked Justin Amash more than Thomas Massie or vice versa.

    I don't have that problem any more ...

    That was a good problem to have.
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    My theory is that Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, and Justin Amash work together and have a goal for one of them to get elected President.

    They represent the three sides of the Republican Party.

    Rand Paul is the Trump fan, Justin Amash is the Trump hater, and Thomas Massie is a moderate trying not to lean one way or the other.

    Do you think this vote helps to prove my case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    LOL. Yeah I suppose if Haiti put aggressive sanctions on the U.S., the U.S. would not necessarily consider it an act of war. On the other hand, what if we asked Iraqi civilians in the 1990's if U.S. sanctions were tantamount to war?
    'snicker..'






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