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  • Reft added a comment

    If anyone does want to get a group started in Colorado for some voter base power go ahead an contact me through Open Congress. I'm independent and I would guess anyone on here would be the sort that vote by being informed and by thought. After all, those who get on here are showing more action than most. A group of people willing to move a finger or two more than others could get a lot done. T~

    July 31, 2014 4:39 PM Comments (0)

  • Reft posted a bill S. 555: Student Non-Discrimination Act of 2011

    Bringing another level of sex education to public schools and away from homes.

    February 24, 2012 12:15 AM Comments (0)

  • Reft added a comment

    Well, this could be somewhat handy. Anyone out there? Here is an issue that could use some attention. Look over the NDAA and it's sections 1021 and 1022 in particular. Indefinite detainment of Americans... without trial. Nowhere near constitutional and this act is VERY similar to what Hitler enacted two years before using it in his regime. Apparently some other agree as an amendment, H.R.3676, fixes SOME of the most fearsome flaws in the NDAA and has 43 Congressmen as cosponsors. In my opinion this must pass /as a first step/ in taking the NDAA back down to the constitution that holds the USA together. Of course H.R.3676 is not a perfect fix for everything…but getting half a payment that is offered is better than refusing anything until you get it all.

    January 24, 2012 1:58 PM Comments (1)

  • blmcgarr added a comment

    Greetings Colorado Group

    December 05, 2011 12:29 PM Comments (0)