CASIDA 2012 Team First Constitution/Bill of Rights Tour
The Casida for Congress Team is back from another week traveling Colorado’s third congressional district. The journey was full of intense study concerning the Constitution of the United States of America. And the conclusion is this – most of what the government does is unconstitutional.
There were ample examples of the intrusion of the federal government upon many of the citizens and small-business owners who were present at these town-hall events.
Michael Badnarik, constitutional scholar, author, and former Presidential candidate, educated people in Delta, Grand Junction, Gunnison, and Pueblo about the Bill of Rights, and what power we have as people to stand up and protect these rights. Badnarik’s educational efforts, a part of the Casida campaign strategy, resulted in even more interest and support to continue such a program for the duration of the 12-month campaign trail in 2012.
Casida says, “Regardless of political party affiliation, most people can agree on the following principals, which are Michael Badnarik’s conclusion from over 30 years of research: number one: ‘don’t hurt me’, number two: ‘don’t take my stuff’.”
“It is imperative that we get back to basics for the American people,” says Casida. “This includes a good understanding of the Constitution, and eliminating the red tape and bureaucracy that are choking small business owners, farmers, ranchers, and the American people at-large.”
Tours and town-halls around the district will continue in January of 2012. There will be more opportunities for the citizens of the third congressional district to learn about the Bill of Rights, engage with Casida and the campaign team, and empower their communities with information that will protect them from problems with the national economy and federal agencies.