"And though tyranny, because it needs no consent, may successfully rule over foreign peoples, it can stay in power only if it destroys first of all the national institutions of its own people."

Monday, October 29, 2007

Tancredo Says His Days in Congress are Over

Tom Tancredo will likely join the growing list of politicians and former politicians ala Mike Gravel who come out against the lies of big government when he steps down from his seat in the House after the elections. After writing his book 'In Mortal Danger' he obviously has a lot to say that he knows he can't get away with saying in Congress. He is well-known for his embracing the truth such as welcoming Ron Paul as a bona-fide presidential contender. More and more well-versed politicians and big names are coming out against things like the New World Order and 9/11 lies, and I suspect a good man like Tancredo to be no different.

The five-term lawmaker said illegal immigration, his core issue, now has national prominence and he doesn't need to remain in Congress to promote it.

"The issue now has a life of its own and it doesn't need one particular person to champion it," he said.

"I feel my job, my task, has been completed. And I am very much at peace with the idea that if I'm not elected president then I won't be running" for another term in Congress, he said.


He said he wants to stay involved in public policy after he leaves the House.

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