Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Friday said that President Barack Obama was trying to violate all of the Bill of Rights and would "start quartering soldiers in people's homes soon."
Speaking to the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., Cruz told the audience that the country was facing "extraordinary times."
"You look at our Constitution, you look at our Bill of Rights, this is an administration that seems bound and determined to violate every single one of our Bill or Rights," he explained.
"Tyranny!" a man in the audience shouted.
"I don't know that they've yet violated the Third Amendment, but I expect them to start quartering soldiers in people's homes soon," the Texas Republican said.
Cruz added that the president was also violating the First Amendment by forcing businesses to cover birth control -- which he referred to as "abortifacients" -- in their employees' health insurance plans.
"This is an administration that is telling Christian companies like Hobby Lobby, is telling the Little Sisters of the Poor that they must provide abortifacients or pay millions of dollars in government fines," he opined.
The CEO of a Tennessee company that specializes in weapons and tactical training is threatening to "start killing people" if President Barack Obama moves forward with gun control measures.
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Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum (R) on Sunday insisted that President Barack Obama was imposing his beliefs on corporations and preventing them from exercising their "right" to deny women contraception coverage in health care plans.
MSNBC, The Rachel Maddow Show, July 2, 2014. Rachel Maddow reports on the fact that the Hobby Lobby case was definitely not narrowly decided and is already creating new religious demands on President Obama from those who want to be free to discriminate against gay people.
Jon Stewart was back from his summer vacation with a vengeance this Tuesday and he let the Obama administration have it for the push for military intervention in Syria. Stewart, like a lot of us, wanted to know why the push now to go in there when we've already seen a hundred thousand Syrians slaughtered by other means than chemical weapons, and thinks he found his explanation.