Van Hollen has some silly ideas, like collecting DNA from people who are ....ah....charged....with a misdemeanor. Not convicted, just charged. Not a crime--a misdemeanor.
Obviously, Van Hollen needs something to do that's useful for the State rather than invasion of persons and privacy.
Here's a model:
[A.G.] Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma [is so] dedicated [...] to the
principle of “federalism” – the vertical diffusion of power
allowing the states on some subjects to limit the dangerous
centralizing power of the federal government – that he has assigned
a team of attorneys to a separate “office of federalism” devoted
exclusively to fighting abuses by the feds. Within two months, his
team was fighting expensive, overly burdensome, bureaucratic
meddling with small community banks, without proper rulemaking
authority, by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Due to
Pruitt’s efforts, the FDIC backed down.
He's also taking on ObozoCare with a new and different angle. Read the linked story.
So, ya' think that ol' JB will abandon his Statism/Stasi inclinations for actual Conservatism?
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So when a (R) does it, it's "silly?"
Shut the fuck up, Spice.
I see anony 1:04 a.m. got home from the bar early to comment.
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