“Thank you, Senator Ben Sasse” – Gov. Sarah Palin

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This is why we respect this guy… his guts and gumption in expressing what many Americans recognize as a foundational problem resulting in an insolvent, less sovereign nation – and his commitment to taking action.

I appreciate him taking responsibility “…to blow the whistle on these problems so Americans are aware of them.”
Thank you, Senator Ben Sasse.

SEN. BEN SASSE’S MAIDEN FLOOR SPEECH: SINCE ‘THE PEOPLE DESPISE US ALL,’ WHY EVEN HAVE A U.S. SENATE: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/11/03/sen-ben-sasses-maiden-floor-speech-since-the-people-despise-us-all-why-even-have-a-u-s-senate/

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Ben Sasse was endorsed by Governor Palin in the Republican primary election for Nebraska’s Senate seat on March 13th, 2014

C4P has video of Senator Sasse’s full remarks below the excerpt

Governor Palin shared a link to an article by Matthew Boyle

 

Sen. Ben Sasse’s Maiden Floor Speech: Since ‘The People Despise Us All,’ Why Even Have A U.S. Senate?

by MATTHEW BOYLE  3 Nov 2015  Washington, DC

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) delivered his maiden speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, in which he dropped a major bomb: He’s questioning the existence of the U.S. Senate.

Sasse began his speech by explaining exactly why he waited a full year after the 2014 elections to deliver his maiden speech. A newly elected Senator’s maiden floor speech is always a significant deal for them, and Sasse has been outspoken against the permanent political class in venues outside the Senate floor until now. Now that he’s fighting against Washington, D.C., on the floor, he’s likely only going to get bolder and bolder in how he goes after the career politician class.  (read the full article at Breitbart)

 

Senator Ben Sasse delivers a landmark speech decrying the U.S. Senate as a “broken institution

11-04-15 Ben Sasse - Senate Speech - video

 



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