Rosendale's stances seem extreme

2014-04-27T00:00:00Z 2014-04-28T14:51:08Z Rosendale's stances seem extreme The Billings Gazette
April 27, 2014 12:00 am

Isn't there a law against shooting drones? Or would that violate candidate Matt Rosendale's Second Amendment rights? Is the government really spying on his snow-covered wheat field? Sounds a little like political paranoia to me. If the government is too big and too powerful, I'm not sure taking a rifle to Congress in order to "get Washington out of our lives" is a solution. Sounds more like a fear-fueled advocacy of anarchy to me.

Harold Everson

Billings

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