Supporters of the presidential campaign of U.S. Representative Ron Paul go to an awful lot of trouble to depict Congressman Paul as a great defender of American liberty. However, when he had the opportunity to take action to defend liberty this week, he didn’t even show up to the fight.
When the House of Representatives voted for H. Con. Res. 13, it was promoting the idea that the USA is a Christian nation, with an official government endorsement of belief in the Christian deity, God.
That’s in plain violation of the Constitution of the United States of America, which plainly states that Congress cannot pass laws to establish government religion.
So, where was Ron Paul, the supposed defender of liberty, during this vote?
He didn’t even come to Congress. He was too busy, out on the campaign trail, promoting himself as a champion of the Constitution, to be bothered to actually show up to defend the Constitution.